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2021 Specialized Stumpjumper Evo LTD - Pinky Boy 14

Parts
Frame: Specialized Stumpjumper EVO S-Works. Misc.: Cascade link to make it back into a 29er
Rear Shock: Öhlins TTX22M Coil. Misc.: Toxic Barbie Pink anodised head. Custom Shim Tune
Fork: Öhlins RXF 36 m.2 Coil. Misc.: Pink Invisiframe Graphics
Headset: ------- Specialized Integrated
Handlebar: Burgtec Ride Wide Enduro 38 Josh Bar
Stem: Burgtec Enduro MK3. Misc.: Toxic Barbie Pink
Grips: ------- Burgtec Bartender Minnaar Grips. Misc.: Black
Brakes: SRAM Code RSC
Brake Levers: SRAM Code RSC
Shifters: Shimano XTR M9000 11s. Misc.: Problem Solver adapter
Front Derailleur: -------
Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR 11 Speed
Chainguide: Absolute Black Bash Guide
Cranks: Cane Creek eeWings 170mm. Misc.: Rainbow Tie Die
Chainrings / Sprocket: absoluteBLACK 32t Oval
Bottom Bracket: Race Face BSA30
Chain: SRAM XX1 Black
Cassette / Rear Cog: SRAM XX1 11 Speed
Pedals: Crankbrothers Mallet DH 11
Front Rim: DT Swiss EXC 1200
Rear Rim: DT Swiss EXC 1200
Hubs: DT Swiss EXC 1200. Misc.: Ceramic Bearings
Spokes: DT Swiss DT Aerolite
Front Tire: Maxxis Assegai 2.5 DD MaxxGrip
Rear Tire: Maxxis Minnion DHR II 2.4 WT DD
Saddle: Specialized Bridge Titanium Rails
Seatpost: OneUp Components Dropper V2 34.9 210
General Info
Model Year: 2021
Riding Type: Trail / All-Mountain
Weight: 34 lb 0 oz (15422 g)
Additional Info: Yeah, you know me it's PinkyBoy Live in the flesh Big up my crew, Roll Deep massive You know who we are Listen up yo [Pre-Chorus] I'm on a hype ting and you can't stop me My name's Pinky if you don't know me I'm on a hype ting and you can't stop me My name's Pinky if you don't know me I'm on a hype ting and you can't stop me My name's Pinky if you don't know me I'm on a hype ting and you can't stop me My name's Pinky if you don't know me [Chorus] PinkyBoy, what's my name now PinkyBoy, PinkyBoy PinkyBoy, what's my name now My name's PinkyBoy Whats my name now, PinkyBoy (Ow) PinkyBoy, listen up yeah PinkyBoy My name's PinkyBoy, PinkyBoy Listen up, yo

Vital MTB member BRINK BRINK 4/19/2021 8:20 AM

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How do you like the coil on that bike? I was told by someone that this new EVO frame wasn't meant to be used with a coil but didn't give a good reason why it wouldn't work.

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TTX works perfectly, zero issues. I couldn't possibly comment on issues on coil shocks from other notable companies 🤐

Then cascade link makes the progression perfect 👌

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The Evo LR isn't all that progressive but the Cascade link gets it there nicely. Since a coil shock is linear, a more progressive LR helps keep the bike up in it's travel a fair bit better, among other things.
If you just ride chundery trails the coil shock will work very well with the stock linkage and this would be preferable even to having more progression. But if you like to go big, this frame sure likes the Cascade link, really with either an air or coil shock.

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Can someone explain how a bike like that, with these parts came in at over 34lb? Thats a top end build all across the board and the Stumpy is already on the lighter end for that kind of bike....so confused.

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It adds up. My S5 Evo was under 30#s at one point. Now it's approaching 33#s and it's pretty WW. Inserts, better seat, longer dropper, coil shock, Cascade link which while the same weight as the stock unit requires a much heavier shock spring, it all conspired against me!

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Yeah, I saw those and they definitely add up. Was still just surprised given the EXC wheels, all the Ti goodies etc.

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PINKY BOI !!
Can I please join your 'roll deep massive' crew? Do you have an online application process?

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