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Thoughts on 2007 Specialized FSR Comp?

Old 03-26-07, 12:51 PM
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Need feedback on 2007 Specialized FSR Comp?

I'm looking into this bike LIKE NEW for $1100. The only component I'm really skeptical about is the rear shock, X Fusion 02RC, does anyone have any +/- feedback about this brand? Is this a fair deal considering the specs?

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FRAME FSR M4 butted frame w/ ORE downtube, sealed cartridge bearing pivots, replaceable derailleur hanger, two sets of water bottle bosses, disc only, 100mm travel

REAR SHOCK X Fusion 02RC, Specialized tuned, rebound/compression adjust w/ lock out, 7.0x1.6"

FORK Rock Shox Recon 335, 100mm, fixed coil, lock out, turnkey damper, ext rebound adj, alloy steerer

HEADSET 1 1/8" threadless, black steel cups, loose ball bearings w/ seals

STEM Aluminum, 7 degree rise, OS 31.8, 4 bolt, black

HANDLEBARS Specialized XC low rise, butted alloy, 640mm wide, 6 degree up, 8 degree backsweep

TAPE / GRIPS Specialized MTB, dual density

FRONT BRAKE Avid Juicy 3, hydraulic disc, G2 Clean Sweep S/M: 185mm rotor, L/XL 203mm rotor

REAR BRAKE Avid Juicy 3, hydraulic disc, G2 Clean Sweep S/M: 160mm rotor, L/XL: 185mm rotor

BRAKE LEVERS Avid Juicy 3 hydraulic

FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano FD-M530, Deore, top swing, duall pull, 34.9mm clamp,

REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano M-751 Deore XT, long cage, standard spring

SHIFT LEVERS Shimano SL-511 Deore, 9-speed

CASSETTE / FREEWHEEL Shimano HG50, 9-speed, 11/34t

CHAIN Shimano HG73

CRANKSET Shimano FCM-442-8, Octalink Spline, 9-speed, replaceable rings w/ alloy outer

CHAINRINGS 22s/32s/44A 4mm thick outer, 4 bolt 104/64mm

BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano ES-25 Octalink Spline, 68mm shell, 118mm spindle, 50mm chainline

PEDALS Shimano 505 SPD

RIMS Mavic X117 Disc, 26", 32h, black, presta valve

FRONT HUB Specialized disc, loose ball bearing, high/low flange, 32h

REAR HUB Shimano M-475L disc, 32h, 8/9-speed, alloy QR

SPOKES 1.8mm stainless, black, brass nipples

FRONT TIRE Specialized Resolution 26x2.0", 60TPI, aramid bead, dual compound

REAR TIRE Specialized Resolution 26x2.0", 60TPI, aramid bead, dual compound

TUBES Specialized 26x2.0", schraeder

SADDLE Specialized BG MTB

SEAT POST 6061 alloy, black, 30.9 x 350/400mm

SEAT BINDER Alloy collar with QR, 34.9mm clamp ID, black

NOTES Protective clear coat, derailleur hanger, reflectors, owners manual
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Old 04-13-07, 03:24 PM
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Just picked up this exact bike. I'm not too sure about the rear shock either. After several rides, I'll post some reviews. Love the bike, so far...
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The rear shock should hold up just fine.
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I've got an '06 comp with the same shock. I am 220 pounds and I have had no problems. I just aired it up to recommended specs and rode it. My buddy tells me it isn't as good as his Fox, but we ride the same trails and he isn't the one that stops and waits for the other. :0

The valve lets you cut it off and the bob is minimal, which I like for all the climbs around here. When on, it is plush enough for rough, slow trails, and fast choppy downhills too. I don't know if rear shocks "bottom out" or not but mine never has, and I am a little heavier than everybody else I ride with.

I have confidence in mine, and it hasn't let me down yet, so my advise would be "don't sweat it".
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