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New Intense Tazer VP

William42

fork ways
Jul 31, 2007
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Just saw this over on MTBR.

mr. intense said:
2009 Tazer vp FRO will finally go into production after all these years of racer only availability.Based on the VPP 4x bikes ridden by Intense team riders over the past several years. See website for specs.Avail in red or white in standard small size @ 22" tt.















geo:

* Top Tube 22"
* Head Tube 4.5"
* Head Angle 68.5 w/100MM fork 67.5 w/120mm fork
* Seat Tube 15"
* Wheel Base 42"
* Seat Angle 72.5
* Chain Stay 16.75"
* BB Height 12.75"
* BB Width 73mm
* Seat Post 31.6mm
* Front Der 34.9mm
* Headset 1.5"
 

haromtnbiker

Turbo Monkey
Oct 3, 2004
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Cary, NC
Not exactly the ideal looking e.13 setup though. The lower linkage looks like it doesn't allow the guide to be angled properly. It's probably not a big deal and the bike looks amazing.
 

djivotno

Monkey
Oct 3, 2008
108
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Not exactly the ideal looking e.13 setup though. The lower linkage looks like it doesn't allow the guide to be angled properly. It's probably not a big deal and the bike looks amazing.
But should be great with one of THOSE. And it is a short travel frame you won't need that much higher bottom roller - it'll just add tension and some more resistance, wich is not ideal for this use.