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  • Premier Icon flowmtbguy
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    Obviously it’d void your warranty – but should be OK – just speak to a framebuilder to figure out where you can drill a hole in with out much worry –

    There’s a “Bike check” over on VitalMTB where some bloke drilled his carbon Nomad – he did it on the side of the down tube. He was a pro (ish) enduro racer, and was still alive.

    patriotpro
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    Anyone fitted a stealth to a non-stealth frame? Any issues?

    I_Ache
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    A bike shop mate has done it a fair few times, they are a Specialized dealer do you want me to ask if he has done a Pitch before?

    robarnold
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    I’ve done my Rumblefish on the front of the seat tube where the second set of bottle cage mounts would be if it had them. No issues so far

    ChunkyMTB
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    Amazing Ibis Mojo HD mode, he’s a brave man!!

    womp
    Member

    Managed to route all the way down the down tube and up the seat tube with-ought removing the bottom bracket, looks neater than most Stealth ready frames TBH

    Premier Icon richP
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    Running 1×10 meant I had a spare ‘port’ in the frame due to the internal gear cable routing of my PIVOT-LES.

    I knocked up new cable guide to suit the larger diameter of the hose and threaded the hose down the downtube and up to the post et voila…

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