Cube stereo SL 150 29er 4

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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Cube Stereo SL 150. Size Large
Rear Shock Rock Shox Super Deluxe RC3
Fork Rock Shox Lyrik RCT3 160
Headset FSA orbit
Handlebar Race Face Turbine R35
Stem Race Face Aeffect R 35
Grips SDG Slater
Brakes SRAM Code R 200F/180R
Brake Levers SRAM Code R
Shifters SRAM GX Eagle Trigger
Front Derailleur -------
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle
Chainguide MRP
Cranks SRAM X1 Eagle Carbon
Bottom Bracket SRAM DUB
Chain SRAM GX Eagle
Cassette / Rear Cog SRAM GX Eagle
Pedals Crank Brothers Mallet Enduro
Front Rim Other Newman Evolution SL A30
Rear Rim Other Newman Evolution SL A30
Hubs Other Newman
Spokes Other Newman
Front Tire Schwalbe Magic Mary EVO 2.35
Rear Tire Schwalbe Hans Dampf EVO 2.35
Saddle SDG Fly Mtn
Seatpost Brand-X Ascend Dropper 150mm, its named Cube, but its the same as Brand-x
Seatpost Clamp Other Cube
General Info
Model Year 2018
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 29 lb 15.7 oz (13600 g)
Additional Info Just got this rig. Really pleased with the first impression. Went from a On-one Codeine 275 medium, but if felt natural at first pedal. The longer reach and big wheels was a spot on for me. Have changed the routing of the cables since I have my brakes "the English"-way. Still need to trim down the dropper and rear-brake cable tho. With larger ports through the head tube the change up was easy! (On a side-note: My last two bikes have been form On-one, and they were awsome bikes! But when I got the first one of them, the brakes was on the wrong way. And b/c the cablerouting was a bit awkward and didnt have the patients to tinker with them I went for a go at them the way they were. And man, to change up the brakes after a couple of years mountainbiking was an experience. I really had to think about my braking so i wouldnt go flying! And it change my ringing a lot. Mostly bc i had to so ON and aware of my braking. I ended up not doing anything with it, and now have gone all in on the wrong way. haha. And I also, now, really like to have my front brake on my right index finger(I am right handed). I feel really precise with my front braking, when i brake and dont. So, thank you On-one for teaching me how to brake again!) I do have some suspension setup to get this dialed. At the moment i dont have any spacers, but i will def put one in the rear. Since the bike is so light i might opt for some beefier tires or maybe some sort of insert. Tho im not really the one to get a puncture. After hearing Ewan at Starling cycles theories on 29er wheels on the downtime podcast, I might get an insert b/c weight.
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