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Storck Rebelion carbon

WheelspinnerWheelspinner Posts: 4,788
edited August 2013 in Your mountain bikes
Finally finished... bought this frameset about a year ago, and have been using it mainly as a commuter/hooligan thing for fun with a rigid fork in it. now fitted with a new Rock Shox SID XX, and ready to hit the dirt. First ride today... after chilling by the pool a while... 8)

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Spec is:
Storck Rebelion 1.3 frameset, carbon monocoque, gloss clearcoat finish, no paint.
Forks: Rock Shox SID XX, 100mm
Wheels: Stans Alpine rims on Rotaz (???) hubs.
Tyres: Nobby Nics 2.1"
Brakes: XTR M975 brakes, 180/160
Cranks: e-thirteen XCX, but only single front ring, 1*9 drive. Chain guide fitted as well.
Pedals: XTR SPD
Shifter/rear mech: Shimano XT, 9 speed
Bars: Crank Brothers Cobalt 11 carbon flat, flexy but comfy
Post: Syntace P6 carbon, 31.6mm
Saddle: San Marco SKN
Stem: Syncros FL Carbon, 120mm
Cassette: XTR 9 speed 11-32
Chain: XTR 9 speed
Grips: Ritchey
Headset: Acros. Hope Head Doctor and bar ends, plus spacers in gold.
Weight: Dunno, silly light. Will get scales, but I think around 9kg at most.

Needs some dialling in for the position and fork settings, but it's brilliant to ride.

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