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Frame: Specialized S-Works Enduro Carbon
Rear Shock: Cane Creek DB Coil CS. Misc.: 205x65 with 2mm spacer so 205x63
Fork: RockShox Lyrik Ultimate. Misc.: 180mm Vorsprung Smashpot
Headset: FSA
Handlebar: DEITY Carbon. Misc.: Trimmed to 780mm
Stem: OneUp Components 35mm EDC
Grips: ODI
Brakes: Shimano Saints. Misc.: 203/180 Freeza Rotors
Brake Levers: Shimano XT Trail
Shifters: SRAM X01 Trigger Shifter
Rear Derailleur: SRAM x01. Misc.: 11 Speed
Chainguide: MRP
Cranks: SRAM XX1 GXP
Chainrings / Sprocket: SRAM 28t
Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP 73mm
Chain: SRAM XX1 11-speed
Cassette / Rear Cog: SRAM XX1 10-42
Pedals: Shimano XTR Race
Front Rim: Other Ibis 942 Carbon. Misc.: 35mm Internal width
Rear Rim: Other Ibis 942 Carbon. Misc.: 35mm Internal width
Hubs: Industry Nine Torch Classic
Spokes: Sapim CX ray. Misc.: 32 spokes
Front Tire: Maxxis Assegai 2.5 WT. Misc.: 3C EXO
Rear Tire: Maxxis Minnion DHR II 2.4 WT. Misc.: Dual Compound
Saddle: Selle Italia
Seatpost: OneUp Components Dropper Post 170mm
General Info
Model Year: 2020
Riding Type: Trail / All-Mountain
Weight: 32 lb 9 oz (14770 g)
Additional Info: Weight as shown including XTR Pedals and the coil fork (35lb spring) is 32.6lbs.

Vital MTB member vanillarice19 vanillarice19 10/17/2019 9:04 PM

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In the static position in the picture you are correct. However, when you sit on the bike and the fork is sagged, it feels no different than it does when the fork was at 170mm because I am using a slightly softer spring.
In terms of the 28T, is it better if I get Eagle and change the chainring to 30T? I like the 1x11 because the deraillier is shorter than the eagle and doesn't stick out as much so I don't have problems damaging it or bending the hanger. Also it's lighter than Eagle.

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150lb or 160 geared up. It’s what Vorsprung suggests for my weight and fork travel. It seems to be ok (20% sag). Gotta put more ride time on the bike.

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