Canfield Brothers Jedi 4

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Vital MTB member chazdog
19272 chazdog http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/19272/avatar/c50_DSC_5983_2.jpg?1351183838 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/chazdog,19272/all 10/25/12 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/chazdog,19272/setup 3
Stealth for the win, and who needs carbon for lightness huh?
Stealth for the win, and who needs carbon for lightness huh? my tasty new rear shock :) my tasty new rear shock :) my tasty new rear shock :)
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Canfield Brothers Jedi
Rear Shock Cane Creek Double Barrel Air 6mm i2i shorter than stock
Fork RockShox Boxxer Avalanche Racing Cartridge
Headset Chris King No Thread modded top race for lower bars
Handlebar Other Renthal Fatbar
Stem Other Canfield Brothers
Grips ODI Stay Strong Lockons Custom Half Flange
Brakes Formula The One Saint rotors
Brake Levers Formula stock
Shifters Shimano XTR
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT M772 Shadow 9-Speed Rear Derailleur Moddes with 105 short cage and gold jockey wheels
Chainguide Sunline travel guide modded
Cranks Shimano Saint Slik Graphics decals
Chainrings / Sprocket ethirteen Guidering 35 tooth
Bottom Bracket Shimano Saint
Chain Other no idea anymore
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano Tiagra modded to 6 speed
Pedals Point One Racing podiums
Front Rim DT Swiss EX500 Rim
Rear Rim DT Swiss EX500 Rim
Hubs Shimano Saint
Spokes DT Swiss
Front Tire Specialized Chunder SX / Cltuch SX
Rear Tire Specialized Chunder SX / Cltuch SX
Saddle Other Some cheap ridgeback thing
Seatpost Thomson Elite layback
Seatpost Clamp Other Custom made from old rockshox maxle parts
General Info
Riding Type Downhill
Weight 35 lb 2 oz (15932 g)
Additional Info Stealth for the win, and who needs carbon for lightness huh?
4 comments
  • taldfind

    9/28/2013 6:06 PM

    How well does the DB Air match up with the Avalanche Cartridge? Does it feel like it has equal performance?

  • chazdog

    9/30/2013 12:17 AM

    Honest opinion? Really didn't get on with the air double barrel on this frame, its just too progressive. The avalanche fork was mind blowingly smooth and easy to set up, the shock was the opposite, and even at 50% sag would never reach full travel!
    I also put a BOS void on the back for a week for a laugh (their am air shock) and that was actually really good!

    An avalanche at the back to match would be my preference.

  • sspomer

    10/25/2012 11:46 AM

    do you just lock out your rear derailleur limit screw for the 6-speed setup?

  • chazdog

    10/25/2012 1:39 PM

    well its quite heavily modded as its a non shadow road cage that needed to clear a shadow mech body, but essentially you need longer limit screws to limit the movement more. the 6 speed cassette is in the middle of the freehub too (better chainline), so my lower limit screw is also a longer one to stop it shifting off the bottom or the top