Santa Cruz Bicycles

VP Free


Versión del modelo: 1
Inicio de producción: 2004
Final de producción: 2006
Suspensión / sistema de pivote: VPP - Virtual Pivot Point
Material: Aluminum - 6000 series
Viaje rueda trasera: 215mm
Rango de tamaño: S,M,L,XL


Gráfico de la geometría aquí
Horquillas compatibles: 160mm to 200mm total travel - 203mm travel max
Tubo de dirección / auriculares: 1-1/8" Straight - External. S.H.I.S EC34/28.6 EC34/30
Tija del sillín: 30.9mm - Minimum insertion 100mm
Desviador delantero: 34.9mm-Top Pull/Top Swing-Shimano Saint model #M815 For Double CR - 34.9mm-Top Pull/Top Swing-Shimano Saint model#M805 For Triple CR
Ancho caja del pedalier (BB Shell): 73mm - Threaded - ISO
Especificaciones de línea de cadena: 55mm
Frenos: Disc Brake - ISO
Eje trasero: 150mm x 12mm Through-Axle
Tija del sillín de la abrazadera: 34.9mm
Notas de componentes

Notas de componentes

Component Notes:
For modern external bearing type BB/Cranks with some older generation VP-Free frames -
You will have to face the bb shell to use this setup, as there is a ridge of aluminum on the non-drive side of the shell that will interfere with the external cups.
Not really a big deal to face them off if you have the correct tool (talk to your bike shop).
Later models were made compatible with external bearing type BB.


Distancia tornillo a tornillo amortiguador trasero : 8.75"
Stroke: 2.75"
Ancho buje de montaje delantero: 22mm
Ancho buje de montaje trasero: 22mm
Diámetro del perno montaje delantero : 8mm
Diámetro del perno de montaje trasero: 8mm
Ratio de apalancamiento: 3.1 : 1
Configuración del amortiguador trasero

Configuración del amortiguador trasero

Because it is highly likely the original rear shocks on older models are repaired/replaced/upgraded throughout the lifetime of the frame, we offer some very basic tuning guidelines, and recommend using the original rear shock manufacturers manual for more detailed set-up for the specific rear shock you have. Contact the rear shock manufacturer for info if you do not have it.
The key component for set-up with any rear shock here is sag. Once you have that set-up correctly, the rest of the shock settings are fine tuning adjustments (Rebound and Compression damping, etc.) set to rider preference.

Recommended sag is 18-22mm at the shock shaft - This equates to approximately 25-30% of the total rear wheel travel. Less sag = a firmer suspension feel.

For Coil rear shocks here is a rough spring size to weight guideline for average coil shocks.
This can vary based on rear shock model and manufacturer.
100-130lbs - 350#
140-160lbs - 400#
160-170lbs - 400#
180-200lbs - 450#
210-230lbs - 500#


Rodamientos-solo número de pieza: 04-05039
Dropout / puntera: 04-05054 (Axle Kit only)
Tornillo QR tija de sillín : 34-15543
Herramienta de extracción y de ajuste de rodamientos: 10-05032
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