Banshee Rune (Neon Orange) 4

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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Rune v2
Rear Shock Fox Racing Shox Float X CTD Kashima
Fork Fox Racing Shox 36 Float 160 RC2 Fit
Handlebar Spank Spike EVO 777
Stem Spank Oozy
Grips Other SDG
Brakes Shimano XT
Brake Levers Shimano XT
Shifters Shimano XT
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT
Chainguide MRP
Cranks Shimano XT
Chainrings / Sprocket Shimano
Bottom Bracket Shimano XT
Chain KMC X10
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano XT
Pedals HT Components
Front Rim Spank subrosa
Rear Rim Spank subrosa
Front Tire Schwalbe Fat Albert
Rear Tire Schwalbe Fat Albert
Saddle SDG Falcon
Seatpost Clamp Hope QR
General Info
Model Year 2014
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 31 lb 4.9 oz (14200 g)
  • Shishka

    11/24/2013 7:42 AM

    Nice setup! I'm thinking of getting a rune soon because the design is brilliant. Make a bike that fits two wheels sizes imagine that, I guess it's not soo hard. Have you noticed any issues with those rear adjustment bolts by the dropouts? I know your build is new but my only issue is if those would ever get squirly after many years of thrashing. The wildcard is nice also but too heavy. If they could get the Rune frame down to 7.5lbs I would buy one tmrw. 2014-2015?????

  • shutter2ride

    11/24/2013 11:16 AM

    those drop outs & bolts are bomb proof, overbuilt, shared between the Rune and Spitfire and I haven't had any issues with them on my Spitfire...

  • ryan_daugherty

    11/26/2013 7:28 AM

    You won't notice the weight much. Mine is built up at around 31lbs and it feels well balanced for a bike with these angles and travel.

    Also as shutter2ride said, these dropouts are very unlikely to develop play. They're very robust.

  • iceman2058

    11/24/2013 4:27 AM

    Bike of the Day November 24, 2013!

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