Just add your 5cc of oil in and see how the fork feels. In my 888RC I have 205 ml of oil in each leg and get still get full travel Spectro is good fork oil.
I was more concerned about mixing different oils from different companies.
I got a couple of left over parts from putting together my RMX R3 that I can't figure out where the heck they go.
Two yellow plastic blocks that say Shimano on them. They look like shipping spacers.
Two cone shaped dust boots for the Saint Hubs, heck if I know how to install them on the hubs as they don't fit nicely to any side.
One last thing are the bikes ready to go out of the box, the assembly seemed pretty easy, almost too easy. Is there anything that I need to do to the forks or shock.
Anyone know if its possible to have the SRAM X9 rear D. replace the Saint Rear D while still having it mounted on the axle.
I like the idea of mounting the rear derailer to the axle but the saint rear derailer sucks compared to my X9. I don't want to connect the X9 to the drop out either.
Perhaps I would just need a threaded adapter to mount the X9 to the axle. But even then I'm not sure of the derailer would function properly that high up in that location.
Originally posted by carter
**There are only a couple of sections of GMG where its crazy other than that I think most people are disappointed by the hype.
For crazy high stunts circus or jerry rig, but for tech it has to be cypress. **
Don't get me wrong, their is some crazy sh!t but I found that the stunts were rather sparse for a trail that long.
There are only a couple of sections of GMG where its crazy other than that I think most people are disappointed by the hype.
For crazy high stunts circus or jerry rig, but for tech it has to be cypress.