Member since February 2013
Location: Ceredigion, UK
Reason for Sale: I'd like a DH bike again
Postage: May deliver within the UK
I'm considering selling my 2010 Specialized Enduro to get another full on DH rig, so I might be willing to swap/px for a size medium DH bike. I bought the bike in February last year off a middle aged guy who had barely touched it. Specialized didn't change the frame design between 2010-2011 and the stock spec is pretty much the same. Since then I have changed a lot of the spec to make it a bit more burly.
The spec is:
Specialized enduro medium frame - 160mm travel
fox rp2 shock
rockshox lyrik solo air - 170mm travel (I've got the spacer to reduce it back to 160mm)
sun ringle mtx rim on an unbranded 20m front hub - has a few dings and the stickers are peeling but the spokes are tight, the wheel runs true and the bearings are good
nukeproof generator rear hub/rim (re-branded mtx rim) - I put this on the bike this Tuesday
truvativ hussefelt 40mm stem (60mm stock stem if you want it)
kore bars cut to 750mm - 20mm rise
avid elixir r brakes - 200mm rotors (can change rear to 180mm)
odi troy lee lock on grips - brand new!
sram x7 shifter - sometimes doesn't return after changing down a gear so you have to pull it back with a finger but I don't notice it when riding at all
sram x9 rear mech
I can include the front x7 shifter and mech if you want it
brand new inner and outer gear cable
shimano deore crankset
shimano 32t chainring
sram pg950? cassette - brand new
gamut p20 chain guide
rockshox reverb seatpost - new at christmas
sdg i-fly seat - a few scuffs and a slit but it doesn't hold water
I've got a pretty much new set of continental baron 2.3 black chili tyres that have covered about 60km - I've been really impressed by these tyres!
I think thats pretty much it for the spec.. I serviced the forks in november and they are still running really smoothly. I serviced the shock at the same time, and replaced all of the air seals. I also bought a set of volume reducers which are plastic rings that fit inside the air can to increase ramp up, it really transformed the handling of the bike! Now you can set it up so its nice and plush but doesn't bottom harshly. I've got the medium size spacer installed but have a small and large too.
There are a few scratches on the frame, no dents or dings! I think there is a very small mark on one of the stanctions but you cant feel it with your fingernail and haven't noticed any problems at all. There should be a picture of this on my account. The anodizing on the bars is a bit flaky where the stem tightens.
All in all this is a really reliable, fun bike to ride and it can handle any downhill track, just maybe not quite as fast as a DH rig. If you have any questions or if I have missed anything then give me a call or send me a message.
If you want a bike that can handle pretty much any descent but is comfortable to cover miles of singletrack then this is it. It really is the most fun mountain bike I have ever ridden.