achtet mal genau auf den Sattel Der Anschlagpuffer ist noch nicht einmal komprimiert. Tretlager ist auch deutlich tiefer als angegeben. Nochmal nen cm tiefer als beim Sunday. Angeblich arbeitet zwar Intense schon daran diesen Fehler zu beheben, aber es fahren ja doch schon ein paar M6 rum.
In Antwort auf:Official response ! First off thanks to the M6 owners for being patient waiting for me to get involved and everyone else who has gotten involved for you concerns. I wanted to analize what was really going on here so I could provide the correct answers. We have a replacement drop out that will allow running a 2.5 Intense FRO tire ( same as 2.7 maxxis )with room to spare @ bottom out, it will also raise the BB by 1/2". The M6 replaceable drop out setup (also used on Socom, SS, Uzzi, M3 ) was origanally designed with the intention of being able to offer different dropouts for tuning purposes, unfortunatly we haven't quite gotten around to producing all the options I planned just the 150, 135 & Maxle to date.Here we go, we will make the new M6 drop out available no charge to current M6 owners that want to make the change. With in a week or two we will make them avail through distributers and dealers. We will also ship all new M6's with the new Drop out. Also the drop out will be available for purchase to anyone wanting to modify their Socom , SS, Uzzi, or new M6. Might be nice for anyone using their SS for more trail application to help in the climbing geometry. I realize my mistake here with my intention to give the consumer a DH exactly like our top WC racers run ( Matti, Chris etc.) a true FRO (for race only)and not some deluted down model but see now that this is not for everyone and was a bad idea. Intense has always pushed the geometry envelope starting way back with Palmer. Just because it works for Chris or Matti doesn't mean it will work for everyone. One guy posted a comparison to a BMW but my intention with the M6 was more like athe BMW m3 GTR and yes the tolerances are tight and at times on the track it will throw sparks and burn rubber and most of us would never get it out of the pits with the 6" clutch & flywheel. Yes most of us would love a GTR but what we really need is a sport coupe. I think the Drop out is a great fix and will allow either setup choice. I was, am really proud of this bike and hope that no one has been discouraged with this thread as I have never seen a WARNING posted like this. The bike is the best performing Intense DH frame to date. The new drop out solves the tire issues and allows for more range of adjustment with the BB height as fork clamp placements seem to be all over the place and really affect BB height. Again hope this is acceptable and my mistake. JS