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    I need this for my Komodo...


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    What? So it looks like you spent 8K on a bike
    “Speed has never killed anyone, suddenly becoming stationary... that’s what gets you.”- Jeremy Clarkson

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    Yup...sold the Komodo, the crapper, car, van, wife, kids, house...bought a bike.

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    hmm i read this as "i need this [rear shock] on my komodo", and I feel like I should start some "yeah i bet you wish you had a full suspension" or "wait you are a rear suspesion get off that komodo you don't even fit" Meh

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    Your sentence doesn't make sense to me. If you need it explained:

    Wow this is an interesting bit of technology worth showing...let's give it an irrelevant title to get peoples attention.

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    I can't believe you are wasting our time with something that you can't even use. Argh, ugh, geez, you jerk poseauraewwaghghghghuer.


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    The caveat with a strap-on, of course, is you will have to get creative with a couple of lock cables and an anchor point

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    It looks like a large chunk of equipment for a "trail bike" or "endurance race" sorta thing. When I first saw it...I thought it was a DH application. Pretty slik though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chelboed View Post
    Your sentence doesn't make sense to me. If you need it explained:

    Wow this is an interesting bit of technology worth showing...let's give it an irrelevant title to get peoples attention.
    i am very aware of that but I choose to pretend to misunderstand the meaning for my own ammusment

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    Looks like one of those "enhancer" contraptions you get in your SPAM folder that will guarantee that "you will make her scream with joy". They don't work.
    First Class Jerk

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    What does it actually do?

    I mean, aside from all the usual moving up and down, rebound adjust, etc.

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    That is found on the Scott Genius bikes. It offers 150mm of rear travel and three traction control settings which can be adjusted from the handle bar. Its also extremely light at 410 grams. Meant for long distance racing and touring. Wish I had a couple grand sitting around

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    If I had money like that to burn, I would go Curnutt or Avy.

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    It's the Scott Genius bike IIRC.

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