Evil Undead 3

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Vital MTB member prestondh
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Evil Bikes Undead
Rear Shock Rock Shox Vivid Air
Fork Fox Racing Shox 40 FIT RC2 Kashima PUSH'd
Headset Other Evil Adjustable Geo Headset
Handlebar ENVE Carbon DH
Stem Point One Racing Split-Second DM
Grips ODI Ruffian
Brakes Shimano Saint M820
Brake Levers Shimano Saint M820
Shifters Shimano XTR M980
Rear Derailleur Shimano Saint M820
Chainguide e*thirteen LG1+
Cranks e*thirteen LG1r
Chainrings / Sprocket e*thirteen 32t
Bottom Bracket e*thirteen DH External Bottom Bracket TiNi Bearings
Chain KMC X10SL
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano Dura Ace CS-7800 10SP Cassette
Pedals Point One Racing Podium
Front Rim Easton Havoc
Rear Rim Easton Havoc
Hubs Easton Havoc
Spokes Easton Havoc
Front Tire Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 3C
Rear Tire Maxxis High Roller 2.4 3C Exo
Saddle SDG I-FLY I-Beam
Seatpost Race Face SIXC
Seatpost Clamp Other Evil Bolt On
General Info
Model Year 2013
Riding Type Downhill
Weight 35 lb 0 oz (15876 g)
Additional Info Also a Fox DHX RC4 w/ CaneCreek Ti Spring, Easton Havoc DH Wheelset. Ti Stem, handlebar and brake rotor screws.
3 comments
  • taldfind

    3/16/2014 9:09 PM

    I read somewhere that when you put the Vivid Air on some frames, you have to run more sag then you do on a coil shock just to get full travel out of it. Have you had to do this?

  • prestondh

    3/16/2014 9:32 PM

    Maybe I need to add air but it seems to bottom out easily.

  • taldfind

    3/16/2014 10:21 PM

    Well, I wasn't expecting that, though that doesn't sound too bad. Maybe add some volume spacers to the air can to make a more progressive spring rate, if you find that the ride gets too harsh when you add air.