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How is the suspension? Tunability of the power? Handling?

Riding technical stuff, Mountain ST, and Desert. I live in Moab Utah, so all that stuff and Rocky mountain ST. Current ride 400xc-w (I'll keep it) some time on a 200xc.

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that gas gas craves singletrack and technical riding... suspension .. it depends on what is on it.. they are all good, but there are variations.. I love my 01, just bought an 08 last month.. mine have been as reliable as an anvil..

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