Vitus Dominer DH 27.5" - size Large


Rockshox Boxxer Team upgraded to Boxxer World Cup (SoloAir)

Oneup Components RadR rear derailleur cage (for 11-42t cassette)

Sunrace MX3 11-42t cassette (Alloy Spider Carriers)

Shimano XTR Chain (for 11-42t cassette)

Race Face Chester pedals - Orange (brand new in box)

Rockshox Vivid R2C 500lb coil spring(also comes with 450lb spring)

New chain stay protector, q.r. seat post clamp, cable/frame protectors

**(bike comes with all brand new stock parts that were removed for the upgrades. upgrades can easily be put back to stock. keep the parts for spares, or sell them. full parts list below)**

I am selling this bike because the manufacturer specs the size Large for people 6' to 6'3". I am 6'3" with longer arms, and I feel like this bike would fit better for someone like 6'2'/6'1" or someone 6' and under that likes a little more room. After a short test ride on a walking trail behind the house, it feels just a tiny bit to small for me. The bike was only ridden that one time for like 30 mins, and is still in new condition. It has never been on any kind of MTB trail. Asking $2,500 O.B.O. This is an awesome bike with a lot of upgrades, and top of the line parts. Please see the parts/component specs below, and contact for more info or questions.

Frame: Hydroformed 6061-T6 triple butted Aluminium, Horst link suspension with horizontal floating shock mount/ Four-bar V-Link Rear Suspension, 200mm Travel

Forks: RockShox BoXXer Team**(upgraded to Boxxer World Cup/Solo Air Spring)** 200mm Travel, Coil spring preload, Charger Damper, Rapid Recovery rebound, Ψ35mm Aluminium Stanchions, Fast Black coating,1-1/8" aluminium steerer, 20mm Through Axle

Shock: RockShox Vivid R2C, 222mm x 70mm **(comes with a 450lb and 500lb coil springs)**


Chainset: Shimano Zee FC-M645, 165mm, 34t

Bottom Bracket: Shimano Zee (BSA)

Shifters: Shimano Zee SL-M640 Rapid Fire Plus, 10-Speed

Chain Guide: E.Thirteen LG1

Rear Derailleur: Shimano Zee RD-M640 Shadow Plus **(upgrade OneUp Components RadR Cage)**

Cassette: Shimano 105 CS-5700, 11t-25t, **(upgrade Sunrace MX3 11t-42t 10spd)**

Chain: KMC X10, 10-Speed **(upgrade Shimano XTR chain)**


Rims: WTB Frequency Team i25 TCS (tubeless ready), 27.5"

Front Hub: Novatec DH61 Disc - 6 Bolt, 110mm x 20mm

Rear Hub: Novatec DH82 Disc - 6 Bolt, 150mm x 12mm Rear

Spokes: Stainless double butted

Tyres: Maxxis High Roller II, 27.5" x 2.4"


Front Brake: Shimano Zee BR-M640 Hydraulic Disc, 203mm Rotor

Rear Brake: Shimano Zee BR-M640 Hydraulic Disc, 203mm Rotors

Handlebars: Nukeproof Warhead, 7075 Double Butted Alloy, 760mm Wide, 20mm Rise

Headset: FSA Orbit 1.5 Zero Stack (No.57.1), 1.1/8"

Stem: Nukeproof Direct Mount, CNC 6061-T6 Aluminium, 30 Degree Rise, RockShox BoXXer Direct Mount standard with 45mm Extension

Saddle: Vitus

Seat post: Nukeproof Warhead Inline, AL7075, 0mm Offset, 30.9mm x 350mm

Seat clamp: Vitus bolt ***(upgraded quick release
seat clamp)***

• Large 15mm main axle with Collet lock security
• Shimano 150Χ12 Trough rear axle system
• Aggressive Down Hill Geometry
• ISCG 05-mounts for chain guide compatibility
• Main pivot location -- This is located in a forward position position, this gives natural anti squat/bob when pedaling in the most commonly used 32 to 34T setup without relying on excessive chain tension and none of the related pedal feedback.
• Chain stay pivot location -- This pivot is placed in line with the chain stay eliminating any force directed to the shock linkage causing the shock to compressing (pedal bob) due to chain tension. This pivot location also maximizes active suspension when using the rear brake similar to a floating brake design without the added weight.
• Rearward Axle path -- Because of the main pivot location the Dominer has 70mm of travel with reward axle path helping to keep your momentum.
• Leverage rate design -- The leverage rate is designed to have a falling rate to sag point then go mildly progressive; this helps the bike sit comfortably in the sag position with a stable platform. The lower shock mount moves forward with the suspension, this helps to keep a linear rate without falling off at full travel. This movement also reduces the shock angle change at full travel reducing side loads and improving the reliability of the shock.