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YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend 1

fourth version now? This version rips - super fun for wet and slippery autumn trails
fourth version now? This version rips - super fun for wet and slippery autumn trails YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend HC3 lever belongs on another bike - kinda prefer the stock lever FlexxBar - the hype is real YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend I run it in the high setting for more leverage due to slightly too stiff spring. YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend YT Jeffsy 29 Pro Race - mini-enduro fiend
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame YT Industries Jeffsy 29 large, high setting to compensate for slightly stiff spring in the rear (higher initial leverage)
Rear Shock Push Elevensix 500 spring
Fork Fox Factory 36 Grip2 Vorsprung Smashpot conversion at 160mm / 45 spring
Headset Works Components 1.5 slacker
Handlebar Renthal Fatbar Carbon 35 30mm rise, 770 wide
Stem Renthal Apex 40mm 35mm
Grips ODI
Brakes Magura MT7 203/180 - Formula discs
Brake Levers Magura MT7 HC3
Shifters SRAM GX
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX
Chainguide OneUp Components
Cranks e*thirteen
Cassette / Rear Cog SRAM XG-1275 GX Eagle 10-50
Pedals Crankbrothers Mallet DH
Front Rim DT Swiss XM1501 compliments the frame better than the stock E13 carbon rims imho
Rear Rim DT Swiss XM1501
Hubs DT Swiss 240s
Front Tire Maxxis Minnion DHF 2.5 WT MaxxTerra tubeless
Rear Tire Maxxis Minnion DHF 2.5 WT MaxxTerra tubeless
Saddle SDG
Seatpost FOX Transfer
General Info
Model Year 2019
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Additional Info Took this badboy for a spin again following all the hype around the new Stumpjumper EVO. What can I say - this bike still rips. Some slight modifications to the stock build - converted to coil front and rear while bumping front travel to 160mm up front. I also added a 1.5 headset to make it slacker, longer and lower, while added stopping power with MT7s and sticky rubber transforming it from a trail slayer to a mini-enduro fiend. This bike is increadibly capable and fun at ripping the local trails to bits. Mini enduro is where it is at :)
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