Banshee Rune V1.5 - MY2010

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Model
Additional info

Parts

Frame
Banshee
Rune (2010)
Frame: Banshee Rune (2010)
Rear Shock
FOX
DHX 5.0
Rear Shock: FOX DHX 5.0
Fork
SR Suntour
Durolux R2C2
27.5", 20mm axle, coil negative spring
Fork: SR Suntour Durolux R2C2. Misc: 27.5", 20mm axle, coil negative spring
Headset
Works Components
Angleset
-2°
Headset: Works Components Angleset. Misc: -2°
Handlebar
Spank
Spike 777 Evo
Handlebar: Spank Spike 777 Evo
Stem
Spank
Split Stem
48mm
Stem: Spank Split Stem. Misc: 48mm
Grips
Spank
Spike
35mm
Grips: Spank Spike. Misc: 35mm
Brakes
Shimano
SLX M7000
Brakes: Shimano SLX M7000
Brake Levers
Shimano
SLX M7000
Brake Levers: Shimano SLX M7000
Shifters
Shimano
Saint M820 10-Speed
Shifters: Shimano Saint M820 10-Speed
Rear Derailleur
Shimano
Saint M820 10-Speed
DH mode
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Saint M820 10-Speed. Misc: DH mode
Chainguide
MRP
Chainguide: MRP
Cranks
Shimano
SLX M7100
165mm
Cranks: Shimano SLX M7100. Misc: 165mm
Chainrings / Sprocket
Other
34T 6mm OFFSET
Made in Slovakia, custom made by skilled guy with offset to get the chainline back for 135mm rear axle
Chainrings / Sprocket: Other 34T 6mm OFFSET. Misc: Made in Slovakia, custom made by skilled guy with offset to get the chainline back for 135mm rear axle
Bottom Bracket
Shimano
MT500
Bottom Bracket: Shimano MT500
Chain
KMC
10-speed
Silver / Black
Chain: KMC 10-speed. Misc: Silver / Black
Cassette / Rear Cog
Shimano
Deore 11-36
Cassette / Rear Cog: Shimano Deore 11-36
Pedals
Spank
Spike Flat
Pedals: Spank Spike Flat
Front Rim
Spank
Spike 33
26"
Front Rim: Spank Spike 33. Misc: 26"
Rear Rim
Spank
Spike 33
26"
Rear Rim: Spank Spike 33. Misc: 26"
Hubs
Other
My own design
Rear hub can use two types of clutches
Hubs: Other My own design. Misc: Rear hub can use two types of clutches
Spokes
Sapim
Spokes: Sapim
Front Tire
Schwalbe
Nobby Nic 2.4
Front Tire: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.4
Rear Tire
Schwalbe
Nobby Nic 2.4
Rear Tire: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.4
Saddle
Ergon
SM Downhill
Saddle: Ergon SM Downhill
Seatpost
KS
Rage-i
170mm travel
Seatpost: KS Rage-i. Misc: 170mm travel
General Info

General Info

Model Year
2010
Model Year:
2010
Riding Type
Trail / All-Mountain
Riding Type:
Trail / All-Mountain
Weight
35 lb 4.4 oz (16,000 g)
Weight: 35 lb 4.4 oz (16,000 g)
Additional Info

I've been riding this this frameset since 2010, originally with SLX M665 drivetrain, dropperpostless, with indestructible Novatec hubs on Spank Tweet Tweet rims aka Superstar Components. Since then it has seen only few dramatic changes which I now deeply regret that I haven't made sooner.

1, In 2015 I designed and got machined suspension links to accomodate ball bearings instead of original bushings crap. There are two ENDURO MAX bearings on each side of both main pivots, ID 17mm. All bearings are in place and nicely working, still after 7 years!

2, In 2022 Works Components Angleset -2° headset replaced the original 1.5" Superstar Components headset.

3, In 2022 the WHEELS. I completed long process of designing, getting manufactured and built wheels of my own design. The front hub is standard 110x20mm, non-boost with beautiful ID 25mm bearings :-).
The rear hub is my design of the same concept used by ONYX, BOX, True Precisions, and some else long before them. My design can switch between sprag clutch and one-way roller clutch. It doesn't use any dust seals, yet it stays nicely clean inside. The biggest difference however it its robustness as it uses larger diameter clutches than ONYX Classic or True Precision.
What I love about this type of clutch is its engagement speed, elasticity and the feeling of void when you literally can only feel and know that you are actually falling as there is no sound telling you how fast your riding.

165mm cranks are another very helpfull improvement.
Spank Spike 777 Evo handlebars are original, being ridden since 2010. I'm never going to lay them off.

Additional Info:

I've been riding this this frameset since 2010, originally with SLX M665 drivetrain, dropperpostless, with indestructible Novatec hubs on Spank Tweet Tweet rims aka Superstar Components. Since then it has seen only few dramatic changes which I now deeply regret that I haven't made sooner.

1, In 2015 I designed and got machined suspension links to accomodate ball bearings instead of original bushings crap. There are two ENDURO MAX bearings on each side of both main pivots, ID 17mm. All bearings are in place and nicely working, still after 7 years!

2, In 2022 Works Components Angleset -2° headset replaced the original 1.5" Superstar Components headset.

3, In 2022 the WHEELS. I completed long process of designing, getting manufactured and built wheels of my own design. The front hub is standard 110x20mm, non-boost with beautiful ID 25mm bearings :-).
The rear hub is my design of the same concept used by ONYX, BOX, True Precisions, and some else long before them. My design can switch between sprag clutch and one-way roller clutch. It doesn't use any dust seals, yet it stays nicely clean inside. The biggest difference however it its robustness as it uses larger diameter clutches than ONYX Classic or True Precision.
What I love about this type of clutch is its engagement speed, elasticity and the feeling of void when you literally can only feel and know that you are actually falling as there is no sound telling you how fast your riding.

165mm cranks are another very helpfull improvement.
Spank Spike 777 Evo handlebars are original, being ridden since 2010. I'm never going to lay them off.

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