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29-07-13, 11:45 #1
2011 Scott Spark 40 (L)........now with upgraded spec.
2011 Scott Spark 40 (L) was stock spec apart from tyres (now Maxxis ADvantage) + see bold.
Bought Oct 2010 and then not used for 6 months due to knee injury. Not ridden a great deal since (maybe 15 decent rides in last 18 months or so). A few peripheral scuffs/marks and some heel rub on the rear triangle (size 11 feet!)
Rides great but just not getting out much, MTB-wise, since the road bike turned up.
Looking for £900 + p&p(cost £2100 in stock form)
Pics on expression of interest.
Located in North Leeds area.
PM me with said interest.
This model -
Frame: Spark Alloy 6061 DB hydroformed tubes with replaceable hanger / sealed aircraft bearings /110mm rear travel / optimised SLS kinematic
Rear Shock: DT Swiss M210 / Air / reb. Reb. with Lockout
Fork: Rock Shox Reba RL / Air spring Motion control / Lockout /reb. A. 120mm travel - Original black QR version replaced in mid 2012 with white 15mm.
Headset: Ritchey Super Plus 1 1/8 inch semi integrated 44/50mm
Stem: Scott Comp oversize 31.8mm 1-1/8 inch / 6 degree angle replaced with Easton Haven 85mm (Mag) + EC70 carbon bars
Front Mech: Shimano SLX FC-M661-10 / 34.9mm clamp
Rear Mech: Shimano XT RD-M773 SGS Shadow Type
Chainset: Shimano XT FC-M770-10 hollowtech 2 42Ax32Ax24A T
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Cartridge / 68mm shell
Cassette: Shimano SLX CS-HG81-10 11-36 T
Chain: Shimano CN-HG74
Front Brake: Avid Elixir 5 185mm Rotor - replaced in April with SLX 180mm
Rear Brake: Avid Elixir 5 160mm Rotor - replaced in April with SLX 160mm
Front Hub: Hope Pro II 15mm 719 rim
Rear Hub: Shimano XT 719 rim
Seatpost: Scott Comp / 31.6mm + unused Scott saddle.
03-08-13, 16:27 #2
Many thanks to the random word generator....
03-08-13, 17:07 #3
What do you reckon, google translate?
03-08-13, 17:22 #4
MongTard translate, more like.
27-08-13, 11:31 #5
£840 + p&p. C'mon, I'm crucifying myself, here.
27-08-13, 11:48 #6
Put it on Ebay, with a 99p start and no reserve. I've sold three cars and countless other things using this process and it works! (9 day auction)
After the idiots who think they can pick it up for £50 have died away, you actually get a huge amount of interest and people will pay what its worth.
You gotta have balls though!
27-08-13, 18:26 #7
My now antiquated (2010) Trek Elite carbon 26er, Pimped up Pace 100mm Carbon forks, USE carbon Bars/Post, Carbon Stem, Full XTR, ZTR crests Pro 3 XC6 SP hubs, RoRo's, Rotor Cranks 2x9, Eggbeater 4ti, Nokon cables, Elixir Brakes, Alligator discs, mostly titanium bolts. Easily well over a grand over the build cost of that Scott and I'd be thinking in the region of around £8-900...it's worth much more to me sitting up in the attic thinking about it's former glory...every now and then picking it up and going fuck me that's daft.
Have you tried Gumtree?
09-09-13, 20:55 #8
It's depressing but if you're that attached to it keep it.
I'm not, though. I want shot of it so that I can buy a plastic clown/semi-clown bike. :¬/