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Scott: Spark RC 900 World Cup - 2018

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Scott: Spark RC 900 World Cup - 2018

The Spark RC 900 World Cup is a cross-country full-suspension bike on a mission to win. Keeping the ride smooth, a Rock Shox SID RLC fork is paired with a custom FOX NUDE 3-mode rear shock via our TwinLoc Suspension System. The SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain will move you up the trail and Sram Level disc brakes will slow you down when it’s time to step onto the podium.

 

KEY FEATURES

  • Spark RC Carbon HMX Frame

  • Rock Shox SID RLC 100mm Fork

  • FOX Nude, TwinLoc Remote

  • Sram XX1-X01 Eagle 12 Speed

  • Sram Level TLM Disc Brakes

  • DT Swiss X1825 TR Wheels

  • Maxxis Aspen Kevlar Tires

  • Syncros Carbon Parts

 

SPECIFICATIONS 

FRAME

 

  • Spark RC Carbon / IMP technology / HMX

  • 1x optimized / BB92 /

  • Carbon swingarm / SW dropouts for Boost 12x148mm

  • TBC Trunnion Box Construction

FORK

  • Rock Shox SID RLC Air

  • Charger Damper with low Speed adj.

  • 15x110mm Maxle Stealth / Tapered steerer / 2 Modes / Lockout / Reb. Adj.

  • 100mm travel

REAR SHOCK

  • FOX NUDE Trunnion

  • SCOTT custom w. travel / geo adj.

  • 3 modes: Lockout - Traction Control -Descend

  • DPS / Reb. Adj./ Travel 100 - 70 - Lockout / 165X40mm

REMOTE SYSTEM

  • SCOTT TwinLoc Suspension System / below Bar Remote

  • 3 modes / integ. Grip clamp 

HEADSET

  • Syncros FL1.5 Drop in / Tapered 1.5" - 1 1/8"
  • Ti bearing diameter size 42mm and 52mm

REAR DERAILLEUR

  • Sram XX1 / Eagle 12 Speed

FRONT DERAILLEUR

  • SCOTT Chainguide

SHIFTERS

  • Sram X01 Trigger

BRAKES

  • Sram Level TLM Disc / tool free reach adj

  • 180/F and 160/Rmm Centerline CLX Rotor

CRANKSET

  • Sram XX1 Eagle GXP Boost PF Carbon crankarm

  • QF 168 / 32T

BB-SET

  • Sram GXP PF integrated / shell 41x92mm

HANDLEBAR

  • Syncros FL1.0 Carbon T-Bar

  • T shape flat / 9° / 720mm

  • Syncros Pro lock-on grips

H'STEM

  • Syncros XR1.5 -8°

  • Integrated Spacer & Top Cup

  • 2014 Alloy / 31.8mm / 1 1/8" / Garmin mount

SEATPOST

  • Syncros FL1.0 Carbon

  • 10mm offset / 31.6 x 400mm

SEAT

  • Syncros XR1.5 / Titanium rails

WHEELSET

  • DT Swiss X1825 Spline CL

  • F: 15x110mm, R: 12 x 148mm Boost

  • 25mm Tubless ready rim / 28H / XD

  • DT RWS w/Removable Lever with Tool

CHAIN

  • Sram PCX01 Eagle

CASSETTE

  • Sram X01 / XG1295 / 10-50 T

TIRES

  • Maxxis Aspen / 2.25 / 120TPI Kevlar Bead

  • TR Tubeless Ready / EXO / 3C maxx Speed

APPROX WEIGHTS IN KG

  • 10.30

APPROX WEIGHTS IN LBS

  • 22.71

 

GEOMETRY

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S

 

M

 

L

 

XL

 

A

HEAD TUBE ANGLE

68.5 °

 

68.5 °

 

68.5 °

 

68.5 °

 

B

HEAD TUBE LENGTH

95.0 MM

3.7 IN

95.0 MM

3.7 IN

105.0 MM

4.1 IN

115.0 MM

4.5 IN

C

TOP TUBE HORIZONTAL

570.0 MM

22.4 IN

600.0 MM

23.6 IN

630.0 MM

24.8 IN

650.0 MM

25.6 IN

D

STANDOVER HEIGHT

739.0 MM

29.1 IN

737.0 MM

29.0 IN

756.0 MM

29.8 IN

787.0 MM

31.0 IN

E

BB OFFSET

-50.5 MM

-2.0 IN

-50.5 MM

-2.0 IN

-50.5 MM

-2.0 IN

-50.5 MM

-2.0 IN

F

BB HEIGHT

319.5 MM

12.6 IN

319.5 MM

12.6 IN

319.5 MM

12.6 IN

319.5 MM

12.6 IN

G

WHEEL BASE

1,097.7 MM

43.2 IN

1,127.7 MM

44.4 IN

1,158.6 MM

45.6 IN

1,179.6 MM

46.4 IN

H

BB CENTER TO TOPTUBE CENTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I

BB CENTER TO TOP OF SEATTUBE

410.0 MM

16.1 IN

440.0 MM

17.3 IN

490.0 MM

19.3 IN

540.0 MM

21.3 IN

J

SEAT ANGLE

73.8 °

 

73.8 °

 

73.8 °

 

73.8 °

 

K

CHAINSTAY

435.0 MM

17.1 IN

435.0 MM

17.1 IN

435.0 MM

17.1 IN

435.0 MM

17.1 IN

L

REACH

399.5 MM

15.7 IN

429.5 MM

16.9 IN

456.8 MM

18.0 IN

474.1 MM

18.7 IN

M

STACK

586.9 MM

23.1 IN

586.9 MM

23.1 IN

596.2 MM

23.5 IN

605.5 MM

23.8 IN

N

STEM LENGTH

60.0 MM

2.4 IN

70.0 MM

2.8 IN

80.0 MM

3.1 IN

90.0 MM

3.5 IN

0

TRAIL

90.9 MM

3.6 IN

90.9 MM

3.6 IN

90.9 MM

3.6 IN

90.9 MM

3.6 IN

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TECHNOLOGIES

ASYMMETRIC DESIGN

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The Spark down tube shock and linkage are clearly asymmetric, when looking from the top of the bike. Carbon fibres achieve their full potential when used in smooth straight lines. Off setting the shock slightly to the left hand side of the bike gives a clean and continuous structure from the down tube through the shock mount to the main pivot.

 

CHAIN GUARD

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Our integrated chain guide was developed in collaboration with the SCOTT SRAM MTB Racing Team. 

The idea behind was to create a reliable component that helps to avoid dropping chains but that was light, versatile and integrated in the design of the frame. The new Spark chain guide weighs just 23 grams and is easy to assemble thanks to the smart assembly system and can accommodate chain rings from 30 to 36 teeth.

 

SW DROPOUTS

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On the Scale, Spark and Genius we’ve redesigned all the parts that can give us significant benefits in terms of performance and functionality. On the previous model the support of the dropout was a bulky additional part molded to the carbon chain stay. The new dropouts are designed to be integrated on the thru-axle system thanks to a hollow tubular design that allows a simple and light weight structure. Available for SRAM and Shimano DM derailleurs, this dropout increases the stiffnessand avoids damage to the frame in case of impacts on the rear derailleur. 

 

TRUNNION CONSTRUSCTION

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We have adopted the new Metric shock sizing standards with a Trunnion mount. Since the shock body now extends between the two lower mounting bolts, our suspension partners have more design space. This means the shock has more stroke for the same eye to eye length. Stroke on the 165mm eye to eye shock has increased from 38mm to 40/45mm.The Trunnion standard also offers structural gains. The shorter shock enables us to build a very compact frame and shock package, which integrates tightly to the seat tube. We managed to have a very tiny yet stiff linkage-lighter than ever. Thanks to the Trunnion mount construction, stand over height on the new Spark is very low. We are still able to realize a super compact full suspension frame and provide the ability to mount both a small and big water bottle.

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The Spark family maintains the 165mm eye-to-eye shock length of the previous Spark 900 (our shortest shock), but realises up to 7mm more shock stroke. All Spark RC and most Spark and Spark Plus bikes utilize the FOX Nude shock, specially made for SCOTT:

-165mm Metric Trunnion shock

-40mm (100mm travel RC Spark line-up) vs. 38mm (old Spark)

-45mm (120mm travel Spark line-up)

By turning the Trunnion shock upside-down, we can fully integrate it into the frame which results in several benefits.Since the Trunnion mount is the same width as the down tube and mainpivot, we can have a very clean frame design in this critical area. The lack of tight transitions and small details allows for an efficient, continuous carbon structure. Carbon material added to reinforce the shock mount also stiffens the connection between the down tube, main pivot and bottom bracket, a key stiffness path.

The flipped shock also lowers the frame’s center of gravity helping to give a more planted feel when riding. Unsprung mass is reduced since it is the lighter part of the shock, connected to the linkage, not the heavier body which must move during an impact – the suspension system can react faster.Our TwinLoc remote cable can be routed cleanly into the down tube.

 

BOOST TECHNOLOGY

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Boost is a hub and drivetrain standard developed by SRAM. Boost is built around a wider rear and front hub and enables stiffer wheels due to a wider spoke bracing angle. Boost 148 rear hubs move each flange of the rear hub three millimeters wider.

Boost is designed as a complete system so drivetrain performance isn’t compromised. Even though Boost pushes the cogs three millimeters outboard, the crankarm Q-Factor remains the same as the Boost system’s crankset utilizes front chainrings that sit a corresponding 3mm outward to ensure the required chainline. Boost cranks can onlybe used when paired with a 148mm hub. On the front the hub spacing is increased by 10mm to 110mm. Increased wheel stiffness and greater clearance for bigger tires are the main advantages of Boost technology. On our bikes, we wanted to go beyond the basics and reap all the benefits of this innovation by optimizing frame design and geometry.The 3 mm outboard chain ring adds clearance in the chain stay area that allows a substantial increase of the chain stay tube cross-section. Correspondingly,the stiffness in this part of the frame improves. Also, with a wider range of positions for the rear wheel, the frame geometry can be adjusted. We can shorten the chainstays for more agile handling.

 

EVO-LAP TECHNOLOGY

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With the proper selection of materials, eighty percent of the work to create a frame is done. But the remaining twenty percent requires most of our efforts. For this reason, our choice of the most advanced carbon fibers in the market is followed by intensive use of specific tools, like FEA(finite element analysis) software, to map out the carbon lay-up.

With FEA software, we can simulate different forces on a virtual model of the frame and adjust the frame construction accordingly. FEA software enables us to create complete virtual prototypes incorporating all the physical phenomena that exist in real-world environments.

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With our Evo-Lap technology we model the frame to optimize the surfacearea, simulate tube structures with different ply orientations, observethe results of using diff erent configurations, and test the stress distribution in different areas of the frame. Thanks to this extensive computer modeling, we’ve optimized the carbon layers in all the parts of our frame. When the parts were bonded together in the first prototypes, the result was a super light and compact frame without a sacrifice in the stiffness, comfort or impact resistance. The entire range benefitted from our EvoLap technology.

 

29 WHEELS

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Improved roll-over is the most noticeable attribute  when it comes to 29” wheels. The big wheels are great for rolling over nasty roots and rocky sections, essentially making it easier to ride these conditions. Improved traction is also a key factor with the increased wheel diameter compared to 27.5” wheels as tire contact to the ground is larger.

 

• Best Roll-Over Performance

• Carries Momentum

• Maximum Traction surface

• Best stability on easy trails

• Lowest suspension stress

• Great for larger frame sizes

• Increase stability on long curve

 

ROCKER LINK

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The Spark carbon linkage is constructed with a compression moulding process. It’s 37g lighter than the aluminium equivalent and half the weight of the previous Spark linkage. Making the link in two pieces means all excess material can be removed from the inside of the linkage,without sacrificing stiffness.

 

 

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