Thread: VPP Impressions
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Old 08-19-09, 06:44 PM
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Originally Posted by dminor View Post
To the point of feeling weird or just different?
It was strange at first, but It's getting to feel better


Originally Posted by never View Post
I find the Horst-style smoother when
pedalling in a granny gear. I can feel the chain growth in the granny on my
VPP trail bike.
Exactly, I spend a lot of time in granny cause downhills are short here and most of my time seems to be climbing.


Originally Posted by mtnbiker66 View Post
I've ridden a few VPP bikes here and there.
There was something that seemed strange about them.
If I had one and could play with the shock settings I'm sure
I would get it dialed in. B2 just send me your bike and I'll work on it.

That's what I'm working on now, never had a rear shock this adjustable, so I'm still playing. It's gotten alot better for kansas since I first started, but really this bike was built to come your way. Trouble is I'm broke now and can't afford the trip.

Thanks for the "Informed" responses guys and the sneak preview of the 2010 Komodo! If they made that in a 5X5 it would definately be a keeper!
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