Intense Carbine SL 13

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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Intense Carbine SL Small
Rear Shock Fox Racing Shox Float CTD Kashima
Fork RockShox Revelation WC XX 150 Carbon Tapered
Headset Cane Creek 110 Series
Handlebar ENVE Carbon AM
Stem Other ENVE AM 75mm
Grips SRAM XX1 Grip Shift
Brakes Shimano XTR Race BR-M985 Disc Brake
Brake Levers Shimano XTR Race
Shifters SRAM XX1
Rear Derailleur SRAM XX1
Cranks SRAM XX1 175mm
Chainrings / Sprocket SRAM XX1 32T
Bottom Bracket SRAM BB GXP BlackBox Ceramic PressFit MTB BB92
Chain SRAM XX1
Cassette / Rear Cog SRAM XX1
Front Rim Easton EC90 Carbon
Rear Rim Easton EC90 Carbon
Hubs Easton EC90
Front Tire Schwalbe Racing Ralph EVO SS 2.1"
Rear Tire Schwalbe Racing Ralph EVO SS 2.1"
Saddle WTB Silverado Carbon
Seatpost Other ENVE Carbon 31.6
Seatpost Clamp Other Intense QR
General Info
Model Year 2013
Riding Type Cross Country
Weight 21 lb 8 oz (9752 g)
  • glyn.singson

    5/22/2013 5:58 PM

    In the middle of a Carbine SL build. I am also using the XX1 setup and am not grasping which Q Factor to use. I am the exact same size bike, which did you go with?

  • fredro

    4/17/2013 6:45 AM

    love the lightness! if you can get away with a super-light build...great!!! i just built a carbon v10 at 29lbs. love it!

  • bmoc97209

    4/17/2013 7:05 AM

    what's the spec on that?? syndicate team bikes aren't that light.

  • fredro

    4/17/2013 7:11 AM

    not quite sure how to send link to the particular page, but its in vital's bike check under fredro sc v10 carbon

  • bmoc97209

    4/16/2013 9:07 AM

    Sure, it's ridiculously light, but how practical is it for it's intended use? XC weenie wheels on a 6" trail bike? No dropper post?

  • cuban B

    4/15/2013 1:13 PM

    super simple. super sick.

  • Dr. Sylesej

    4/15/2013 4:43 AM

    Nice bike!
    I am considering grip shift as well with shimano xt brakes, but i have heard the gripshifters take up a lot of space, making it hard to reach the brakes.
    How is it in your oppinion?

  • cizznycle

    4/15/2013 2:39 AM

    why 175mm cranks on a small?

  • PaulsBikeFlies

    4/15/2013 8:34 AM

    well the longer the crank the easier to pedal

  • Lee.Norman

    4/15/2013 1:41 AM

    WOW insanely light !!!

    the perks of being on a small frame !

  • iceman2058

    4/15/2013 1:34 AM

    Bike of the Day April 15, 2013!

  • sspomer

    4/12/2013 10:35 AM


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