Specialized 2016 SWORKS custom Enduro 650B 9

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Frame: Specialized S-Works Enduro 650b
Rear Shock: Öhlins
Fork: Rock Shox Lyrik 170mm
Handlebar: Specialized SWORKS Carbon handlebar
Stem: Thomson Elite X4 50mm
Grips: ODI Sensus
Brakes: SRAM Guide RSC
Brake Levers: SRAM Guide RSC
Shifters: SRAM XX1 Trigger Shifters
Rear Derailleur: SRAM XX1
Chainguide: Other
Cranks: Race Face Next SL crankset
Chainrings / Sprocket: Race Face Direct mount
Bottom Bracket: Race Face
Chain: SRAM
Cassette / Rear Cog: SRAM XX1 10-42
Pedals: Time ATAC MX8
Front Rim: Roval Traverse SL
Rear Rim: Roval Traverse SL
Hubs: Roval Traverse SL
Spokes: DT Swiss
Front Tire: Specialized Butcher Grid 2.3
Rear Tire: Specialized Butcher Grid 2.3
Saddle: Specialized Phenom Ti
Seatpost: Specialized Command Post IRcc
Seatpost Clamp: Other
General Info
Model Year: 2016
Riding Type: Trail / All-Mountain
Weight: 29 lb 8.7 oz (13400 g)

Vital MTB member Kooliner7 Kooliner7 1/1/2016 7:10 AM

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What made you pick the Lyric over the Pike? Just interested in knowing the rationale behind the fork choice.

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I had alrdy used a pike on my previous 2015 Enduro.
For this 2016 bike, had compared the lyrik was not far off in terms of the weight scale from pike (144g) and the 0.5degree slacker due to 10mm difference in travel does not effect me much on the climbs. Felt similar as on 160 pike.
The ride benefits I looked at was the better stiffness of the Lyrik especially the axle area for the descends.

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How did the stock slaughter tire handle that kind of terrain, assuming you rode it before swapping to a Butcher? :D

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For this bike I did not use slaughter as I had it set up separately, not full stock bike.
However, on my previous Enduro 2015, I had the slaughter tyres went through these rocks. It was during a dry season trail conditions, so slaughter was OK.
But currently now these rocks section are very slippery during this wet monsoon season, so I preferred to have them butcher for the back. And it's Grid Butcher.

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Can't really give my review yet cos had only rode it once so far.
Initial feel it feels different from my previous Enduro set up of using Debonair. Will update when I get at least a couple more rides

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