Pues eso, después de haber ganado esta subasta, no se que opinión me daréis vosotros, yo creo que he hecho buena compra, como la calificariais vosotros. 795 en casa Descripción El vendedor asume toda la responsabilidad por la publicación de este anuncio. Características del artículo Estado: Nuevo This is a Specialized Epic Disc specific frame in Medium. The frame has been built up but apart from a test ride the frame has been unused. I thought I would leave many years of hardtailing behind and go for an Epic Suspension however after building this frame up I realised that I definately prefer hardtails, although this is the only full suspension frame I would ever consider riding until another manufacturer uses this brain technology. At the heart of the Epic is 'the Brain', the result of a four-year joint project, dubbed the Holy Grail, between Specialized and Fox Racing. The Brain, for want of a simple explanation, is an automatic switch which locks out the four-bar linkage rear suspension when it's not needed. At the heart of the system is an inertia valve which sits slightly awkwardly off the bottom of the rear shock, as close as possible to the axle movement it's designed to sense. It keeps the shock completely locked out until the rear wheel hits a bump and then it instantly breaks into proven FSR plush. Nice. Chain forces do not affect the Brain. Obviously they affect the rear end of the bike in the same way as they do on any other bike. But pedalling doesn't, under any circumstances we experienced, affect the lock out function of the Brain. The frame is fitted with a Truvativ Isis Downhill Bottom Bracket which has been professionally aligned so I'm inclined not to remove it but if the winning bidder requires a Shimano Isis then I can swap them over. If you intend to build the frame up immediately and require me to set the Brain's pressure to your actual weight then I'll do that. Sizes 18" Centreline Bottom Bracket to Centreline of Toptube = 320mm Seattube length. Centreline Seattube to Centreline of Headtube = 570mm Toptube length. Accepts 30.9mm Seattubes. This frame is not V-brake compatible. Avid cable disc brakes work incredibly well on these Epics, have low maintenance and are relatively cheap if you can't justify Hope Hydraulics. There are tiny chips in the paint where brake callipers have been fitted and I have shown this in one of the pictures, no chip is visible when the bike is built. Larger pictures can be requested by email. There are 120 reviews of this phenomenal Specialized Epic on MTBReview.com with an incredibly good rating by owners/riders, the negative reviews are either relating to components not the frame or from hardtailers who just can't be persuaded away from hardtail frames (that's me and that's why the Epic is for sale.) Read for yourself MTBReview Specialized Epic review's: -Chollo. -Buena compra. -ni fu ni fa. (no está mal). -la podías haber conseguido igual sin recurrir a ebay. -te han timao calamar.