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2019 S-WORKS Stumpjumper "LT" 11

Parts
Frame: Specialized Stumpjumper S-Works 29
Rear Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe Coil
Fork: RockShox Lyrik RC2 - 2019. Misc.: 160mm
Headset: Cane Creek
Handlebar: Chromag BZA 35mm
Stem: Race Face Turbine R 35 70mm
Grips: SRAM DH
Brakes: SRAM Code RSC
Brake Levers: SRAM Code RSC
Shifters: SRAM XO1 Eagle
Rear Derailleur: SRAM XO1 Eagle
Cranks: SRAM XO1 Eagle
Chainrings / Sprocket: SRAM X01 Eagle 32T
Bottom Bracket: SRAM
Chain: SRAM
Cassette / Rear Cog: SRAM XO1 Eagle
Pedals: HT Components T1
Front Rim: Other Carbon asym 32
Rear Rim: Other Carbon asym 32
Hubs: Onyx
Spokes: Wheelsmith DB14. Misc.: Brass oil slick nipples
Front Tire: Specialized Butcher 29x2.6. Misc.: Cushcore
Rear Tire: Specialized Butcher Grid 29x2.6. Misc.: Cushcore
Saddle: Specialized Henge Expert Ti
Seatpost: BikeYoke Revive 185mm
Seatpost Clamp: Other
General Info
Model Year: 2019
Riding Type: Trail / All-Mountain
Weight: 31 lb 8 oz (14288 g)
Additional Info: Here is my 2019 S-Works Stumpjumper that I am running 160F/154R travel.

Vital MTB member bikenboards681 bikenboards681 5/31/2018 7:23 AM

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May I ask what the Head angle is in this configuration? Thinking about buying one and running a similar setup. Thanks

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Do you run this in the high or low setting? Also, did you stick to a 51mm offset fork or try something different? Thanks!

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Haven't had any issues, the longer stroke just makes for a little more bottomless feel i suppose. I love the super deluxe coil, the pedaling platform is arguably better than an air shock, and wide open it's incredibly plush. I never rode the bike any other way so it's hard for me to compare to the stock setup.

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What shock length are you running to get the 154mm you have listed in the specs? Also what position do you have the “flip chip” in? I’d imagine the lower setting if it’s a longer shock than stock. Pretty build! Bet she rips.

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eye to eye remains the same, just a slightly longer stroke (55) run in the high position, utilizing the extra travel the frame affords for the low position. DO NOT run a longer stroke in the low position!!!

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So don't run the 55 shock you have in the low position? Is that where contact to the frame or just too much on linkage?

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