Craftworks ENR

jrewing

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Frame- Craftworks ENR 160mm
Fork- 170mm fox rc2
Shock- EXT Storia 500lb
Wheels- spank 295 650b tubed
Tyres- maxxis shorty front/ dhr2 rear
Cranks- slx 170mm
B bracket- xtr
Brakes- xtr 200f/180r
Shifter- Xt 11spd
Derailleur- Xt
Cassette- Xt 11-40
Chain- kmc11sl
Seatpost- magura vyron
Seat- slr carbon
Stem- spank oozy 50mm
Bar- Deity 780mm
Grips- odi TLD glow
Headset- works -1.5
Pedals- nukeproof composite
Weight- 15kg
 

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Plankosaurus

Hydraulic Jack specialist
Nice bike, but what's with the dick over the numberplate? Most people just black them out, this is a nice touch

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wkkie

Eats Squid
I think you forgot to post some more photos! And some kind of ride report too! But looks good and nice build too.
 

Knuckles

Burner
I think you forgot to post some more photos! And some kind of ride report too! But looks good and nice build too.
+1 on the pics. There's a ride report floating around in another thread, I'll give you the Cliff Notes....."fast"

If'n you're going to post a single pic of a bike like the ENR, why the flugelhorn would it be of the NDS?
 

jrewing

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+1 on the pics. There's a ride report floating around in another thread, I'll give you the Cliff Notes....."fast"

If'n you're going to post a single pic of a bike like the ENR, why the flugelhorn would it be of the NDS?
Very good point. Like most things it never occurred to me to post that side up as it's obviously a bit different! This Arvo I'll add the other side and a bit closer up.
 

jrewing

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Is one brand new chain long enough or did you need two?

What do you think of the Magura Vyron?
New chain and a couple of links off the old but same model chain. Vyron is the only dropper I had used but yeah it's a touch slow. You get used to the 1-2 second delay and no cables looks clean. Reliable for me so far and charge lasts ages
 

crank1979

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New chain and a couple of links off the old but same model chain. Vyron is the only dropper I had used but yeah it's a touch slow. You get used to the 1-2 second delay and no cables looks clean. Reliable for me so far and charge lasts ages
I have a Vyron as well and I'm hoping there is a firmware update that will help speed it up. Apparently the latest version is a bit quicker. The big button cover will also be a worthwhile investment I think so it's a bit easier to hit the centre button only.
 

jrewing

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I have a Vyron as well and I'm hoping there is a firmware update that will help speed it up. Apparently the latest version is a bit quicker. The big button cover will also be a worthwhile investment I think so it's a bit easier to hit the centre button only.
Do you swap yours from bike to bike?
Yeah I was hoping there'd be a software update. Not heard of the big button cover that'd be a handy touch I reckon. I'll look into that.
 

crank1979

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Do you swap yours from bike to bike?
Yeah I was hoping there'd be a software update. Not heard of the big button cover that'd be a handy touch I reckon. I'll look into that.
Yeah, being able to swap it between bikes was the main reason for buying it.
 

jrewing

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Long long term update.
Just put a coil shock on and wow it really makes the rear end come alive v the ccdba! Much quicker everywhere even up hills.
Also running 11-40 11spd XT after years of 9spd haha.
Ordering the longer front triangle soon too.
Seriously now the bike is unreal. Heaps of runs at Thredbo DH track and it doesn’t creak and the bikes still tight as.
 

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