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2009 Scott Spark Ltd - What it worth


mark ellis
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I can get a brand new 2009 Scott spark ltd (spec below), with full warranty, problem is Im not sure what it is worth, was told Wheels alone worth R20 000?

 

What would you pay for this?

 

Rear Shock:

Scott Nude TC

Fork:

Rock Shox SID Team

Front Derailleur:

Shimano XTR

Rear Derailleur:

SRAM X-0 Carbon medium cage

Shifters:

SRAM X-0 Trigger

Chainset:

Truvativ Noir 3.3 TM

Chainrings:

44/32/22 Tooth chainrings

Bottom Bracket:

Truvativ GXP Team / 73mm shell

Cassette:

Shimano XTR CS-M970. 11-32 Tooth range

Chain:

SRAM PC 991

Pedals:

Crankbrothers Egg Beater

Front Brake:

Formula R1 180mm Rotor

Rear Brake:

Formula R1 160mm Rotor

Brake Levers:

Formula R1 Carbon

Handlebars:

Scott Pilot SL

Stem:

Scott Pilot SL

Headset:

Ritchey WCS Carbon 1 1/8 inch

Grips:

Scott light grips

Rims:

DT Swiss XRC 330

Front Hub:

DT Swiss 240 S Disc Int.

Rear Hub:

DT Swiss 240 S Disc Int.

Spokes:

DT Swiss Aerolite Black

Front Tyre:

Schwalbe Rocket Ron 26 x 2.25

Rear Tyre:

Schwalbe Rocket Ron 26 x 2.25

Saddle:

Selle Italy SLR XP Kevlar

Seatpost:

Ritchey WCS integrated clamp / 38.2mm
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not a bad price... but... where is the DT fork, thats what made that bike so light

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for what it's worth, I spoke to a guy at Cajee's in Centurion the other day and they sold a Spark ltd that week for very little money.

 

Also the 2009 range of Scotts are going for peanuts. I'm still upset that I didn't put a Spark 50 on my credit card for R10500... smiley19.gif

 

The MTB trails in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada better be worth missing out on that deal...

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sorry it has this fork: DT Swiss XRC 100

will see the bike in the flesh tomorrow, so can double check it all.

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man oh man! 

 

went and saw this bike today, incredile!  the neatness of it blew my mind, Scott certainly makes a very high quality product, comparing it to the other top end bikes i have been looking at and it is just a cut above the rest.
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