Sunday, October 23, 2011

Santa Cruz Nomad Carbon


Frame: Santa Cruze Nomad Carbon (Medium)
Shock: CCDB coil (Ti-Spring 2.5 x 350 lbs)
Fork: Fox Talas 36 TALAS FIT RLC Kashima
Handle bar: Deity Dirty30 handlebar
Stem: Point One Split-Second
Seatpost: KSi950R
Saddle: WTB Rocket saddle
Headset: Chris King Headset
Hubs: Chris King
Rims: ZTR Flow Wheelset
Tires: Hans Dampf 2.35 Tubeless (Front), Nobby Nic Evolution UST 2.25 (Rear)
Brake: XT Brake set
Groupset: XT Groupset
Chain guide: MRP mini G2 SL
Pedal: Point One Podium
Weight: 30.84 lbs (14kg)

Essential Specifications
BB: 73mm (SM-BB70)
Chainline: 50-51mm
Chain guide: ISCG05
Chainring: MRP 32T Single Chain ring
Cogs(CS-M771-10): 11-36T (36/32/28/24/21/19/17/15/13/11)
FD: 34.9mm top swing (low clamp)
Seat collar: 34.9mm
Seat post: 30.9mm
Shock: 8.5" x 2.5" 8mm hole
Rear hub: 135 x 10mm

Suspension Setting
Shock sag: 30%
Fork sag: 30%
Fork rebound: 8 clicks anti-clock
Fork high speed: middle
Fork low speed: middle

4 comments:

  1. Hi Chris , do you recon putting on raceshield on this frame ?

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  2. It depends on your preference. Raceshield helps to protect your carbon frame against paint chip. However, it adds weight to your bike. Personally, I only use it on certain parts of the frame to prevent cable rub. After all, Nomad carbon is designed for aggressive ride. Paint chip and scratch marks are part of the deal in mountain biking. I would not be too bother about it.

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  3. Thanks Chris ! Was thinking to buy the full frame package but the gloss film over the matt kinda destroys it, I'll just get some cable rub ones I guess , how about the top and bottom tube ?

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    1. I did not put anything on my top and bottom tube. If you are concerned, you may put a mud guard on the bottom tube.

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