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S-Works Enduro 2020 Tuned 16

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Frame: Specialized S-Works Enduro 2020. Misc.: S3
Rear Shock: Fox Racing Shox Float X2 Factory 2-Position Lever. Misc.: 205x60 Trunnion
Fork: Fox Racing Shox FOX 36 170 Grip2. Misc.: Offset 44mm
Headset: Other Specialized. Misc.: Integrated
Handlebar: Truvativ Descendant 35. Misc.: 760mm 25mm Rise
Stem: OneUp Components EDC Stem. Misc.: with Preload Kit and Tool System
Grips: Other Supacaz. Misc.: Splash, color Cosmic Splash
Brakes: Shimano Saint M820. Misc.: 203mm front/rear
Brake Levers: Shimano Saint M820
Shifters: Shimano SLX M7100 12-Speed
Front Derailleur: -------
Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX M7100 12-Speed
Chainguide: -------
Cranks: Shimano SLX M7100. Misc.: 170mm with All Mountain Style Crank Defender
Chainrings / Sprocket: Shimano SLX M7100. Misc.: 32T
Bottom Bracket: Shimano XT BB-MT800
Chain: Shimano SLX CN-M7100 12-Speed
Cassette / Rear Cog: SRAM XG1275. Misc.: 10-50
Pedals: OneUp Components Aluminium Flat. Misc.: purple
Front Rim: Stan's NoTubes ZTR Flow MK3 29. Misc.: black stickers
Rear Rim: Stan's NoTubes ZTR Flow MK3 29. Misc.: black stickers
Hubs: Other Tune King/Kong Boost. Misc.: 32h, 6bolts with Endurance bearings and Endurance Freewheel
Spokes: Other Pillar. Misc.: reinforced with oil slick coating
Front Tire: Schwalbe Magic Mary SG 2.35. Misc.: Cushcore inside
Rear Tire: Schwalbe Hans Dampf SG 2.35. Misc.: Cushcore inside
Saddle: WTB Koda. Misc.: 142mm
Seatpost: OneUp Components V2 210mm
Seatpost Clamp: Other specialized. Misc.: 38,4mm
General Info
Model Year: 2020
Riding Type: Trail / All-Mountain
Weight: 34 lb 2.7 oz (15500 g)
Additional Info: Always been fan of not having anything in the pockets: EDC and SWAT are just perfect. Bike is completely new. Looking forward to ride it. All the photos have been taken by a friend Maximilian Schwann @bubaswan Cheers Arthur

Vital MTB member Arthur_fritzou Arthur_fritzou 2/2/2020 10:49 AM

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Amazing Bike!!!! Why did you install a combo slx with sram cassette? work fine?

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Nice bike man. Still contemplating about one but I really don't get to terms with that gray and that effect. One question, if I may: why do you chose the endurance freewheel?, I thought is was for e-bikes and hard-hitters/big-senders.

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Hi Eugen, Thanks for asking. Endurance bearings are for me the nobrainer. You forget about it. The endurance freewheel because:
1-fullequiped I am around 95-100kg
2- 40+ Shuttle/Liftdays in 2019
3- 15g difference when it comes to the whole bike pfff
4- the freewheel is gold :D

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Yeah..actually, after I posted the comment, I took a look at your picture and you seem to be a big guy. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฟ add that to the many park-days and it is, like you said, a no brainer.
I have king/kong-s on all my bikes and they are great little hubs; they could use a little more engagement but they are still good enough for pretty much any type of off-road riding. Beside the freewheel(5-10 days of park per year for me, if any..so not really necessary), my enduro wheel set-up differ in the fact that I choose to use sapim cx-rays. Pretty light and pretty strong; how are the Pillars?, beside that really nice color effect?

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I have no idea how they are, my first day on the bike will be saturday. When you compare it to the D-Light from Sapim, when you are mounting the wheels it is harder because they are way stiffer. The weight is about the same as D-light, so heavier as CX-Ray. CX-ray are also great for cutting wood when it is stuck in your wheels. Pretty stoked about the color effect. I was wondering which hubs color would best suits ? Orange, silver,... at the end, it looks good and that is enough smile

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