Revolver 9.1 HT

$5699 CAD

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Overview

The Revolver 9 HT is the ultimate 29" XC Race weapon. A high modulus carbon frame surges up climbs and dominates any descent. Power transfer is anchored by sleek, oversized tubing from headset junction to rear dropout, providing an exceptionally stiff pedaling platform that channels every ounce of energy through to the rear wheel and rigid 142 x 12 axle. Built on blood, sweat and grit, the Revolver has what it takes to win - you supply the heart.

Speed, skill and stamina will earn you a spot on the start line, but owning the climbs on race day will get you to the podium. An impeccably timed attack and the day is yours.

Technology

Specifications

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Frameset

Frame

Revolver XC Mid-Modulus Carbon 29 HT Frame 

Fork

RockShox Sid RLC 29" 100mm/15mm" 

Rear Shock

N/A 

Components

Seat Post

Norco SL Alloy Post 

Seat Post Clamp

Norco Alloy 34.9 

Shifter Casing

N/A 

Saddle

SDG Duster RL  

Headset

Angular Sealed Cartridge Bearings - Tapered 

Headset Spacer

N/A 

Top Cap

N/A 

Stem

Norco SL Alloy Stem 

Handlebar

Norco DB Lite 720mm Flat Top Bar 

Grips

Norco Lock On Grip 

Front Brake

SRAM Level TLM 180mm 

Chain Tensioner

N/A 

Rear Brake

SRAM Level TLM 160mm 

Brake Levers

Hydraulic 

Brake Cable Casing

N/A 

Brake Rotors

N/A 

Wheels

Front Hub

DT Swiss X1700 Spline Two Wheelset 

Front Hub Skewer

100x15mm Rock Shox Maxle Stealth Thru Axle 

Rear Hub

DT Swiss X1700 Spline Two Wheelset 

Rear Hub Skewer

DT Swiss RWS 142x12mm QR Thru Axle 

Spokes/Nipples

DT Swiss 

Rims

DT Swiss 

Tires

Maxxis Ikon 29"x2.0 3C/TR/EXO" 

Tubes

N/A 

Drivetrain

Shifter Front

N/A 

Shifter Rear

SRAM X01 12spd 

Front Derailleur

N/A 

Rear Derailleur

SRAM X01 12spd 

Cassette

SRAM XG1295 10/50 12spd 

Crankset

SRAM X1400 12spd 34T 

Bottom Bracket

SRAM PF30 

Pedals

N/A 

Chain

SRAM X01 Eagle 12spd 

Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Geometry

Geometry Diagram
 
 
S M L XL
 
 
S M L XL
 
Front Travel (mm)
100 100 100 100
 
Rear Travel (mm)
- - - -
ST
Seat tube length (centre to top)
405 445 483 533
HA
Head tube angle
70.25 70.5 70.75 71
ESA
Effective seat tube angle
73.75 73.5 73.25 73
ASA
Actual seat tube angle
N/A N/A N/A N/A
TTH
Theoretical (horz) top tube length
568 595 622 650
HT
Head tube length
90 90 105 120
FL
Fork length (axle to crown)
506 506 506 506
BBR
Bottom bracket rise/drop
-65 -65 -65 -65
BBH
Bottom bracket height
303 303 303 303
WB
Wheelbase
1065 1089 1114 1139
RC
Rear Centre (chainstay length)
435 437.5 440 442.5
FC
Front Centre
638 659 681 704
 
Reach
390 414 433 454
 
Stack
611 612 627 643
SOH
Stand over height
745 785 812 841
 
Crank Length
170 175 175 175
 
Bar Width
720 720 720 720
 
Stem Length
90 90 100 100

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