Evil Wreckoning "Walking Dead" 2

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Vital MTB member Good Guy
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Evil Wreckoning
Rear Shock Cane Creek DB Air CS
Fork DVO Diamond Boost 160mm Custom tuned
Handlebar ENVE DH Carbon
Stem Renthal Duo 40mm powder coated orange
Grips Other Chromag
Brakes SRAM Guide RSC
Brake Levers SRAM Guide RSC
Shifters SRAM xx1
Rear Derailleur SRAM xx1
Cranks Race Face sixc
Chainrings / Sprocket Race Face
Bottom Bracket SRAM
Chain KMC X11SL DLC orange
Cassette / Rear Cog SRAM xx1
Pedals Race Face Atlas
Front Rim ENVE M70 NL Design Graphics
Rear Rim ENVE m70 NL Design Graphics
Hubs Industry Nine Torch Boost Orange
Spokes DT Swiss Custom powder coated blue
Front Tire Maxxis Minnion DHF 2.5
Rear Tire Maxxis Minnion DHF 2.5
Saddle Chromag
Seatpost RockShox Reverb stealth 170mm
General Info
Model Year 2016
Riding Type Downhill
Weight 30 lb 6 oz (13778 g)
Additional Info The Walking Dead graphics on the frame and wheels were created by NL Designs.
2 comments
  • hbelly13

    3/1/2017 6:07 AM

    How's the DB Air CS? Do you use the climb switch that much? Are you using a standard or XV can and could you share your tune? I ask as I am getting a Wrecker, am a bigger guy and have long been a Cane Creek fan. Seems like a perfect shock for the bike even though Evil won't go record about endorsing it.

  • Good Guy

    3/18/2017 12:08 PM

    Sorry for the late reply. The DB CS Air is great. I use the climb switch if the it gets bumpy or real steep. For a mellow to moderate fire road climb I can keep it in descend mode and enjoy the comfy ride. I'm running full PSI on the cane creek; like 300 I think. DVO added some shims to my fork (as well as the Topaz rear shock I just got for my Intense).

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