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my brand-"new" GT Sanction 2.0 (2012.., actually 2015)

my brand-"new" GT Sanction 2.0 (2012.., actually 2015)
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame GT Sanction 2.0 2012, brought in 2015
Rear Shock FOX Float RP23
Fork Rock Shox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160mm 2 tokens
Headset Nukeproof
Handlebar Syntace Vector Carbon High 20 780 mm
Stem Syntace Megaforce 2 50 mm
Grips ESI Chunky
Brakes Shimano Saint BR-M820
Brake Levers Shimano Saint M820
Shifters Shimano XTR 11 Speed
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT M8000
Cranks Shimano XT M8000
Chainrings / Sprocket Other Absolute Black Oval 32T
Chain KMC X11SL DLC
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano XT M8000 11-46
Pedals Shimano XT M8020
Front Rim Stan's NoTubes ZTR Flow EX 26"
Rear Rim Stan's NoTubes ZTR Flow EX 26"
Hubs Other Tune King/Kong
Spokes Sapim CX-Ray
Front Tire Other Vittoria Morsa G+ changed to Schwalbe MM 2.35 Trailstar
Rear Tire Other Vittoria Morsa G+
Saddle Other Fabric Scoop Radius Elite
Seatpost KS LEV 125mm
General Info
Model Year 2012
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 29 lb 11.5 oz (13480 g)
Additional Info I have purchased it in September last year, from a bike-shop's unsold stock, paying for it around 1400 USD. I have ride it all autumn(until November) and then, in January, decided to strip it to the bare metal and build it again with brand new parts thinking that, "if it rides that good with the average/medium quality and performance parts, then it should be pretty good with "high"-performance parts. easier said then done: I have sold to a friend all the parts from it, got around 500 USD for them and then, started a long process of buying new parts. I'm still working my way to the suspension settings but the bike feels almost perfect. I should say that a brand new shock with piggy-back is in order but, I'm waiting for the off-season sales. It took 7 months but, now my little red beast is ready to blast every trail I can offer to it! :D
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