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Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp 6Fattie 27.5+ Mountain Bike 2016 - Full Suspension MTB

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The 2016 Stumpjumper FSR Comp 6Fattie is a fun, hard hitting full sus MTB, that’s ideal for taking on challenging tracks. At home on technical trails the Stumpy 6Fattie debuts the all-new 27.5 plus (650+) wheel size.

9/10 MBR Plus Bikes Test (November 2015 issue)

You get the same diameter wheels as the 650b but with wider tyres - 3” tyres on the 6Fattie models. A plus sized fork and a wider 148mm boost rear hub accommodates the tyres.

Wider tyres deliver more grip and extra float. Extra grip will allow you to corner faster, brake later and nail those technical climbs while the additional float supplements the suspension . The Stumpjumper 6Fattie feels like it has more than its 135mm of rear suspension travel.

Rolling resistance is slightly increased but is far less important than the extra grip you get in return.

The M5 aluminium frame on the Stumpjumper 6Fattie shares the same slack head angle, short chainstays and low bottom bracket height as the regular models. This translates into stability at speed and a lower centre of gravity for better handling in the corners.

The Fox 34 Plus Performance fork offers premium level trail performance with 150mm travel that perfectly matches the DPS shock.

RX trail tune on the rear suspension means that every shock has the volume, compression and rebound range tuned for each Stumpy. You don’t get this from every manufacturer.

SRAM’s new GX 1x11 drivetrain offers all the gears that you need in a simple system that offers excellent chain retention. Specialized Deore hydraulic disc brakes are powerful with good modulation so you can control your speed with confidence.

Ride with more traction and control on the Stumpjumper FSR Comp 6Fattie

Key Features:

  • 27.5+ wheels and tyres offer more grip and float
  • M5 aluminium frame is strong, stiff and lightweight
  • Fox Float shock and 34 fork offer plush suspension travel
  • SRAM 1x11 speed drivetrain offers a wide range of gears
  • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large
  • Colour: Orange
  • The Stumpjumper FSR Comp 6Fattie is available with 0% APR finance

The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp 6Fattie 27.5+ 2016 Features are:

Frame: M5 alloy, Trail 6Fattie Geometry, internal cable routing, 148mm dropouts, sealed cartridge bearing pivots, replaceable derailleur hanger, 135mm travel

Rear Shock: FOX FLOAT Performance DPS, AUTOSAG, Rx Trail Tune, Kashima coating, 197x47.6mm

Fork: FOX 34 Plus Performance, 150mm travel, 3-position compression adjust, tapered steerer, 51mm offset, 15mm thru-axle

Headset: Hella Flush, 1-1/8" and 1-1/2" threadless, Campy style upper w/ 1-1/2" lower, cartridge bearings

Stem: Specialized XC, 3D forged alloy, 4-bolt, 6-degree rise

Speed: 11

Rear Mech: SRAM GX X Horizon, 11-speed, alloy cage

Chainset: Custom SRAM GX-1000, carbon, PF30 spindle, 28T, direct mount

Bottom Bracket: SRAM, PF30, OS press-in bearings, sealed cartridge

Cassette: SRAM XG-1150, 11-speed, 10-42t

Chain: KMC X11L, 11-speed, w/ reusable MissingLink

Front Brake: Shimano Deore, hydraulic disc, Ice-Tech resin pads w/ fins

Rear Brake: Shimano Deore, hydraulic disc, Ice-Tech resin pads w/ fins

Rims: Roval Traverse 650b, alloy, disc, 29mm wide, 24/28h

Front Hub: Specialized, Hi Lo disc, sealed cartridge bearings, 15x110mm thru-axle, 24h

Rear Hub: Specialized, Hi Lo disc, 4x sealed cartridge bearings, 12x148mm thru-axle, 28h

Tyres: Specialized 6Fattie Purgatory Control, 60TPI, 2Bliss Ready, folding bead, 650bx3.0" Front Specialized 6Fattie Ground Control, 60TPI, 2Bliss Ready, folding bead, 650bx3.0" Rear

Seatpost: Command Post IRcc, cruiser control technology, micro-adjust height adjustable, alien head design, bottom mount cable routing, remote adjust SRL lever, 30.9mm, S: 100mm travel, M/L/XL: 125mm

Pedals: Nylon, CEN std., w/ toe clips

Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp 6Fattie 27.5+ Mountain Bike 2016 - Full Suspension MTB Reviews

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first full susser

its my first full susser !! having been a hardtailer for 25 years i must say this is like an armchair for comfort , i've given it 5 stars on value as i've not stopped smiling since ive had it . the gears seems well dialed in although ive ran out of gears on tarmac ( road ride to make sure id adjusted everything right ) 24 mph and spinning like crazy . the space in the cockpit is smaller than you'd think , my Kona is a twitchy little bike , this being 250 mm longer is not much bigger , BUT it makes you grin A LOT... not ridden anything hard yet but the grass verges i was hitting and the grass parkland i rode round felt dead easy to peddle on , the tyres and the size of the wheels deffo make up for the small 26 wheels i had on my older bike .. The orange is a lovely colour really bright but a matt finish almost ..., every one who's seen it and rode it say the same its bloody lovely .... the kit the rear shock very easy to set up , body weight in pounds ( kitted up ) plus 50 is the base setting in psi , pump it up , sit on it , press the auto sag valve , jobs done .( although it did feel strange letting air out of the shock and the bike height rose up ) . front shock follow the instructions ( which there are NONE ) just go on line , these are a little more tricky to set up as theres so much adjustment , BUT the ride is supper smooth , i rode 8 miles on the road finding every bump and grass verge to ride over in climb mode , switched to trail mode OMG ....like a magic carpet . in descent mode is supper soft but with no bounce !!! the tyres on tarmac sound like a land rover ..lovely sound lol. the dropper post is good and works as it should although its sounds clunky compare to the more expensive posts around . I have wrapped the frame and forks lowers in helicopter tape in all the areas i think are more likely to get chipped or scratched ...i used 3 meters of 50 mm ( they say its enough to do 3 bikes ????... I was going to use my spd peddles on this bike , as that's my preferred type BUT and its a BIG BUT your heels will hit the rear frame triangles .....so big flat peddles is the way im going this time , you may find your heels are ok , but i walk like a duck and peddle the same lol. the grips are a little harder than im used too , but after 8 miles on tarmac i didn't have any pressure points on my hands . the bars are a lot wider than i've used before ,it felt that if i put the front brake on hard and sharp i was going to go through between my own arms ...i've got used to that very quickly. Over all i'm really happy with this bike .i mean really happy , not many things i've bought that make me smile just looking at it riding it made me get cramp in my cheeks smiling so much .

its my first full susser !! having been a hardtailer for 25 years i must say this is like an armchair for comfort , i've given it 5 stars on value as i've not stopped smiling since ive had it . the gears seems well dialed in although ive ran out of gears on tarmac ( road ride to make sure id adjusted everything right ) 24 mph and spinning like crazy . the space in the cockpit is smaller than you'd think , my Kona is a twitchy little bike , this being 250 mm longer is not much bigger , BUT it makes you grin A LOT... not ridden anything hard yet but the grass verges i was hitting and the grass parkland i rode round felt dead easy to peddle on , the tyres and the size of the wheels deffo make up for the small 26 wheels i had on my older bike .. The orange is a lovely colour really bright but a matt finish almost ..., every one who's seen it and rode it say the same its bloody lovely .... the kit the rear shock very easy to set up , body weight in pounds ( kitted up ) plus 50 is the base setting in psi , pump it up , sit on it , press the auto sag valve , jobs done .( although it did feel strange letting air out of the shock and the bike height rose up ) . front shock follow the instructions ( which there are NONE ) just go on line , these are a little more tricky to set up as theres so much adjustment , BUT the ride is supper smooth , i rode 8 miles on the road finding every bump and grass verge to ride over in climb mode , switched to trail mode OMG ....like a magic carpet . in descent mode is supper soft but with no bounce !!! the tyres on tarmac sound like a land rover ..lovely sound lol. the dropper post is good and works as it should although its sounds clunky compare to the more expensive posts around . I have wrapped the frame and forks lowers in helicopter tape in all the areas i think are more likely to get chipped or scratched ...i used 3 meters of 50 mm ( they say its enough to do 3 bikes ????... I was going to use my spd peddles on this bike , as that's my preferred type BUT and its a BIG BUT your heels will hit the rear frame triangles .....so big flat peddles is the way im going this time , you may find your heels are ok , but i walk like a duck and peddle the same lol. the grips are a little harder than im used too , but after 8 miles on tarmac i didn't have any pressure points on my hands . the bars are a lot wider than i've used before ,it felt that if i put the front brake on hard and sharp i was going to go through between my own arms ...i've got used to that very quickly. Over all i'm really happy with this bike .i mean really happy , not many things i've bought that make me smile just looking at it riding it made me get cramp in my cheeks smiling so much .

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5