Custom Nukeproof Mega AM 2013 CCDB 6

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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Nukeproof Mega AM Frame 2013
Rear Shock Cane Creek Double Barrel Coil Gravityworkz Ti-springs
Fork Fox Racing Shox 36 Van 180 RC2 Fit Fork
Headset Nukeproof Warhead 44IETS
Handlebar Spank Spike EVO 777
Stem Funn Strippa
Grips Other Token SRAM Bar end plugs
Brakes Shimano ZEE 203/180
Brake Levers Shimano ZEE
Shifters SRAM X0 10 Speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM X0 10 speed Mid Cage
Chainguide e*thirteen LG1+ Chainguide
Cranks e*thirteen TRS AM
Chainrings / Sprocket e*thirteen 34t
Bottom Bracket e*thirteen
Chain KMC KMC X10 Silver
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano XT 11-36
Pedals Nukeproof Electron Pedal
Front Rim Other e*thirteen TRS+
Rear Rim Other e*thirteen TRS+
Hubs Other e*thirteen TRS+
Spokes DT Swiss black spokes
Front Tire Continental Mountain King II 2.4
Rear Tire Continental Mountain King II 2.4
Saddle Nukeproof Plasma Core Saddle CrN Ti Rails Black
Seatpost Race Face Chester 31.6
Seatpost Clamp Nukeproof
General Info
Model Year 2013
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 32 lb 0 oz (14515 g)
  • emuted

    1/22/2014 5:01 PM

    Hi xander, im guessing there should be enough space between crown and downtube. Not sure exactly how much, but on mine, there's about 30-40mm gap

  • xander_d

    1/13/2014 11:14 PM

    Hi. Is your build ok for riding uphill or almost flat? I mean is it impossible\almost impossible\ possible but not fast? (I understand that 180ΠΌΠΌ front travel is alot for uphill, but...) Asking just cause planning to buld something like your build, on the same frame. And it will be great if I'll be able to ride from home to spot and back again on this bike (almost flat road, few uphills) some how. Not just puling it uphill on my back. Thank not ok for me to build it only for dh. Thanks.

  • emuted

    1/14/2014 6:25 AM

    Hi, it is definitely possible to ride this bike on flat roads or even uphill. How fast depends on your personal fitness level.

    Based on my bike specs, what you can do to improve on the weight and make it more pedal friendly is change the fork to an air fork, or preferably the FOX 36 Talas 140-180mm. When riding to your trails or uphill, you can drop down the travel to 140mm. The Talas is also a lighter fork.

  • xander_d

    1/14/2014 6:57 AM

    Thanks. And what about fox36 rotor compatibility? Problems with rotors on spider and floating rotors are still there?

  • emuted

    1/14/2014 7:18 AM

    I'm not sure about problems with rotors though, been using Avids 203s forever without any issues.

  • xander_d

    1/21/2014 10:18 PM

    Another question. Is it possible to use fork like yours (180mm fox 36) with zs bottom headset cup? I mean if you turn handlebar 90 degree left or right is there enough space between crown and downtube? How much space is there? Thanx