The Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper 2015 is a HT with the Brain SuspensionKing Boonen said:The brain is a rear suspension system. It doesn't matter if it's a tiny amount of travel or not, it requires a frame with pivots and bearing to fit it. They are not hardtails no matter what Specialized want to call them.
If you work in a bike shop I don't even know why you would need to ask this question. You could look to the Specialized frame, look at your Scott and see if it would fit, or ask someone who would know who works with you if you can't work it out.
you may be talking about the front forks (Specialized have started adding it to those I believe) but then your question doesn't make any sense as it's not the brain technology that would determine if a fork fitted your frame and anyone who works in a bike shop should know this.
Because I started to think about this yesterday, and next day I'll go to work is Thursday. So I was hoping someone here could give me the answer.King Boonen said:I'm still struggling to understand how someone who works in a bike shop couldn't get this answer in about 10 seconds from one of the mechanics there.