Norco Evolve

Discussion in 'Observed Trials Discussion' started by FliPP, Apr 7, 2004.

  1. FliPP

    FliPP Guest

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    Anyone know the weight of just the 2004 evolve frame?
     
  2. Elan

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    go to norco.com dewd! rock ON!
     

  3. 61

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    about 30.5 lbs.
     
  4. Elan

    Elan steve french

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    which means the frame weighs an approximationed 4lbs
     
  5. FliPP

    FliPP Guest

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    no exact weight?


    oh well,thx anyway Elan.
     
  6. doraemon

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    the frame+fork is about 3.1lbs including the given headset

    Cheers, I am riding a evolve
     
  7. doraemon

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    Oopz sorry should be 7.1lbs, typo error :p

    Cheers, I am riding a evolve
     
  8. FliPP

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    so you ride an evolve huh?


    did you modify it, or you riding it how it came?
     
  9. t-bone

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    I ride a evolve. I just got it and the winter snow hit. so I havent riden it much. it is as it came and kind of heavy. but its good for a newbe, and the price was right. I have an old kuwahara 24" that I'd like to sell. any takers? :eek3:
     
  10. doraemon

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    i didnt buy as a stock bike, i got the frameset only

    Frame : Norco Evolve 2004
    Fork : steel(came with frame)
    Stem : Echo
    Bar : Echo
    crank : Deore + Truvativ
    Wheelset : Ryhno lite + CK
    Drivetrain : 105 RD, ulterga cassette, PC99
    Brake : Magura HS-33 (Front&Back)

    evolve is nice for beginner, yes it is a bit heavy for me, as i am only 1.60m(very short)

    if you are budget and looking for frame with trials spec go for evolve..
    coz i dont see much diff with my monty urban ... it feel much the same :p :joshers:
     
  11. RomanR

    RomanR DualDisc 26"

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    my friend rides the 04 evolve complete bike, and for the money, its a really good deal. he had to swap some parts out to get the bike feeling decent, like new levers, a non parallel push rear v, and a grind on the rear rim. besides that, evrything else is good, and the bike doesnt ride bad.
     
  12. FliPP

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    ye, the brakes on the back suck, i changed everything with brakes. I have avid SD 7 on the back with plazmatic pads. Also i bought the flak jackets... they work nice, along with Avid SD7 levers.

    Work better than my friends HS33, but dont feel as nice...lol

    cant beat the hydros
     
  13. t-bone

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    I also changed the rear brake to a magura blue I had laying around. I do need to grind the rim. can someone explain the best way? The hayes seams to be ok so far for the little I have riden it. the mountains just got a foot of much needed snow, so it looks like I need to head down the hill for a Boulder group ride. I just got a new canon digital SLR camera that would be a good chance for some still shots. Also I am 6'5" and 190# the stem seams short . whats the best position and where would I get a longer stem?