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Ghost ASX modified - (not in my stable anymore) 2

Ghost ASX modified - (not in my stable anymore)
Ghost ASX modified - (not in my stable anymore) Ghost ASX modified - (not in my stable anymore) Ghost ASX modified - (not in my stable anymore) Ghost ASX modified - (not in my stable anymore) Ghost ASX modified - (not in my stable anymore) Ghost ASX modified - (not in my stable anymore)
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Ghost ASX Yellow and blue
Rear Shock RockShox Vivid R2C Coil 300lbs spring medium
Fork Fox 34 Float 27.5 160mm Fit4 damper
Headset Other Ghost
Handlebar Race Face Atlas 785mm width
Stem Other Twinworks 35mm +5
Grips Ergon GE1 Slim
Brakes Magura MT5 180/160 ice Tech rotors.
Brake Levers Magura MT5
Shifters Shimano XT M8000
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT M8000
Cranks Shimano Deore XT M785
Chainrings / Sprocket SRAM XX1 32T
Bottom Bracket Shimano BB70
Chain Shimano XT 11speed
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano XT M8000 11-42
Pedals Nukeproof Neutron Pedal
Front Rim Mavic Crossmax XL
Rear Rim Mavic Crossmax Enduro
Hubs Mavic Crossmax Mavic Crossmax xl front and Enduro rear
Spokes Mavic Crossmax Mavic Crossmax xl front and Enduro rear
Front Tire Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 SG TS 650b
Rear Tire Maxxis Tomahawk 2.3 3C MaxTerra DD 650b
Saddle Nukeproof Sam Hill Signature
Seatpost KS Supernatural 150mm drop
Seatpost Clamp Other Ghost Aluminum qr clamp
General Info
Model Year 2014
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 33 lb 8.2 oz (15200 g)
Additional Info ***This Bike is no longer in my stable***This is my Ghost ASX 4900 that has been upgraded a lot from its entry level base components, so that it has become a great all around trail/enduro shredding machine. The front fork the bike came with was a 130mm RST arieal fork which was quickly swapped for something better. It now ride with a fox float 34 160mm 2016 fork with fit4 damper. Recently changed the damper for an rockshox vivid r2c coil damper with 300lbs spring rate, preforms very well on small bumps and can take some serious punishment within the short travel frame with 120mm of rear wheel travel. The bikes geometry is setup so that it feels it wants to be pointed downhill but it can handle up hills just as well. Brakes are Magura MT5 four piston brakes, running performance pads so 4 pads one for each piston and on ice tech rotors a serious stopping combo. I've recently installed a KS supernatural 150mm dropper post and i have to say I'm loving it. The only other dropper post I've tried is the rockshox reverb and I must say my KS supernatural preforms way better even though being a few years old and bought second hand. My bars and grips are race Face atlas 785mm wide, grips are blue and bars are green. As probably the only one in my local area I'm riding on flats a set of nukeproof neutron pedals keeps my attached to the bike. At the moment I'm running Hans dampf front and rear a maxxis tomahawk. The hans dampf because it has amazing grip, combined with low rolling resistance, and aggressive side side knobs of the tomahawk makes for a fast rolling Tyre combo that glues to the trail when cornering.
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