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Do it all Voodoo Wanga

mike1-2mike1-2 Posts: 456
edited June 2011 in Your mountain bikes
I like Wanga's I do.

And when I say do it all, I have no desire to get a road bike so I ride lots of road miles on this.

Frame: Voodoo Wanga 17"
Forks: Fox F100RL
Bars: Raceface Deus XC
Stem: Raceface Evolve XC
Headset: Hope
Grips: ODI Intense Lockons
Bar Ends: ODI

Front Brake: Avid Elixir R with Carbon Lever
Rear Brake: Avid Elixir R with Carbon Lever

Shifters: Sram X9
Cables: Shimano
Front Mech: Sram X7
Rear Mech: Sram X0

Seat: SDG Bel Air iBeam
Seat Post: SDG iBeam
Seat Post Clamp: Voodoo Bolt up

Cranks: Shimano SLX
Chainring(s): SLX 44/32
Chain: Sram PC991
Cassette Sram PG980 11-32/Shimano Ultegra 6500 11-23
Pedals: Crank Brothers Candy X/Shimano DX Flats
Bottom Bracket: Shimano HT2

Front Wheel: MTB
Rim: Sun Singletracks
Spokes: DT Swiss
Hub: Hope Pro 2
Tire: Geax Barro 2.1

Back Wheel:
Rim: Sun Singletrack
Spokes: Dt Swiss
Hub: Hope Pro 2
Tire: Geax Barro 2.1

Front Wheel: Road
Rim: Mavic A317
Spokes: DT Swiss
Hub: SLX Centerlocks
Tire: Continental UltraSport 700x23c

Back Wheel:
Rim: Mavic A317
Spokes: DT Swiss
Hub: SLX Centerlocks
Tire: Continental UltraSport 700x23c

Weight: N/A


Pics:

MTB

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Road

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Posts

  • CraigXXLCraigXXL Posts: 1,852
    How does it ride and do those extra, extra long valves create their own gyroscope effect?

    Do you find having different hubs that you're having to adjust the Calipers and gears when you change wheels?
  • mike1-2mike1-2 Posts: 456
    Rear end I think is the same, as both the brake and gears are spot on when I swap them, the front just requires the two bolts undoing and a re-center which is easy enough.
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