2024 · SpecializedTurbo Levo SL Pro Carbon

2024 Specialized Turbo Levo SL Pro Carbon

A 29″ / 27.5″ carbon frame full suspension enduro e-bike with ultra high-end components. Compare the full range

MSRPCA$15,499 (about $11,420)
Travel150mm rear, 160mm front
ForkFox Factory Float 36
Wheels29″ / 27.5″ Carbon
Drivetrain1 × 12 Electronic
GroupsetX0 Eagle Transmission, X01 Eagle AXS
MotorSpecialized 250W 72Nm mid-drive
BatterySpecialized 320Wh (♻️ Call2Recycle supporter)
BrakesHydraulic Disc
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Specialized S-Works Turbo Levo SL II review

Alex EvansMay 2023

All-new Turbo Levo SL II is a Stumpjumper Evo with a motor, and we love it

  • Amazingly adaptable geometry

  • Incredibly wide performance band

  • Well-tuned suspension

  • Damped ride

  • Drool-worthy spec

  • Rear tyre casing is inadequate

  • Cost

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Specialized Turbo Levo SL Gen 2 Has More Power & Torque, Mixed Wheels & Adjustable Geo

May 2023

Specialized says not a single bolt was reused to make the new Turbo Levo SL 1.2 motor. The frame is all new too!

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New 2023 Specialized S-Works Turbo Levo SL first ride review – The new benchmark in the light eMTB segment?

Peter WalkerMay 2023

Specialized’s new light eMTB rolls into the new season with a more powerful motor and more potent character, which should make it the ultimate trail bike.

  • Very harmonious overall concept

  • Wide range of applications

  • Massive feel-good feeling and top fun factor

  • Many customisation options through software features and geometry adjustments.

  • Short travel dropper post

  • Main battery can’t be removed

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The New Specialized Turbo Levo SL Gen 2 | Dissected

Drew RohdeMay 2023

Compared to the outgoing Levo SL, Gen 2 is exactly what aggressive riders had been hoping Specialized would deliver.

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Specialized S-Works Turbo Levo SL Gen 2 e-bike first ride review - MBR

Alan MuldoonMay 2023

If ever there was a bike that I totally misjudged, it was the original Specialized Levo SL. Launched in Feb 2020, it instantly had what appeared to be outdated geometry and sizing where the 35Nm motor seemed seriously underpowered too. Factor in the flimsy tyre casings and a Fox 34 fork, both fitted for impressive weight saving, rather than impressive performance, and I basically looked the other way. Not the most professional approach for a professional bike tester, I know, but the numbers simply didn’t add up. Want to know more about the updates in general? Find out more about the new Specialized Turbo Levo SL Gen 2 updates and range overview. Need to know Full carbon frame with no side-arm – more freedom for linkage/kinematics and shock options Moves to S sizing, S1 to S6 – Travel is 160/150mm (S1:150/144mm) New SL 1.2 Motor has 50Nm torque, 320W peak power with two-piece honeycomb casing to reduce noise – 43% more torque 33% more power Battery capacity is 320Wh integrated, S-Works build come with 160Wh range extender Mastermind TCU on both models, customisable via Mission Control app Adjustable geo – three features – Horst link flip chip adapts geometry for 29in rear wheel, head seat cups offer +/- 1.25º adjustment 63º-65.5º, shock eyelet flip-chip offers +/- 5mm of BB height adjustment Revised kinematics give a more rearward initial axle path and increased anti-squat Two models: S-Works and Comp £7,000, stock builds come with MX wheel sizes S-Works bike get’s new SRAM XX1 AXS T-type drivetrain, without a jump in pricing Fork offset changes from 51mm to 44mm, to reflect new geometry and sizing To be fair, Specialized was breaking new ground, so it had no way of knowing how the Gen 1 Levo SL would be received, let alone how riders would use and abuse it. It was, after all, in a category all of its own. Twelve months on, Specialized had the feedback it needed and it was clear that the Levo SL frame was much more capable than the original build kit adorning it. As such, the fork got bumped up to a Fox 36, the shock grew a reservoir for better heat management, and the tyres got tougher casings. Sure, the overall weight crept up, but it was all lean muscle, which gave the Levo SL a swagger that it lacked previously. Now it had my full attention. I tested the Expert model in 2021 and the S-Works verison in 2022, and both times I was impressed by the overall feel of the Levo SL. The supple suspension response offers ridiculously high levels of grip and control, combined with the subtle frame flex that mirrors the response of an analog bike. Sprinkle on the assistance of the motor and the Levo SL totally won me over. Yes, the frame proportions were short-ish and a touch tall, and other brands were beginning to catch up and even exceed the power output of the SL motor, but in our …Continue reading »

  • More sizes, more adjustability, more travel, more support from the suspension, more power and more torque than before, Same price, same weight. 160Wh range extender included with S-Works bike.

  • Rear suspension isn’t as plush as before. It’s still a ton of money.

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First Ride: Specialized Turbo Levo SL - The Electric Stumpjumper EVO

Mike KazimerMay 2023

The Levo SL now has more power, more torque, and a wide range of geometry possibilities.

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Specialized Turbo Levo SL Comp Carbon review: stealthy eMTB thrills

Apr 2023

The pinnacle of the current Levo range offers electrical assistance without blunting the trail experience

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One Year on the Specialized Turbo Levo Gen 3

Ryan PalmerMar 2022

It's been through the gauntlet and come out unscathed—mostly.

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All new Levo SL SW Frame, Fact 11m carbon, carbon shock extension, 150mm travel, adjustable head angle, BB height, 12x148mm UDH compatible rear spacing, and compatible with 27.5 or 29" wheels.

Hanger StandardUDH

ColorGloss Oasis / Oasis Tint over Silver / Satin Black / Silverdust


Fox 36 Factory, 29", 44mm offset, Grip 2 damper, Kashima, S1: 150mm, S2-S6:160mm

Rear Shock

S2-S6: Fox Float X Factory series, Kashima, 210x55mm, S1: Fox Float DPS Factory, Kashima, 210x50mm


Deity, 35.0mm


Roval Traverse SL Carbon, riser bar, 6-degree upsweep, 8-degree backsweep, 30mm rise, 780mm, 35.0mm


Bridge, 155/143mm, Hollow Ti-rails


Bike Yoke, Revive Max, 34.9 (S1:120mm, S2-S3:150mm, S4-S5: 185mm, S6: 213mm)


Deity Grips

Rear Derailleur

SRAM X0 Eagle Transmission Derailleur


SRAM Carbon Crankset, Dub interface, New SL 1.2 spider, 104BCD w/SRAM 32t Transmission compatible alloy ring


SRAM AXS POD Controller


SRAM X0 Eagle Transmission Cassette, 12spd, 10-52t


SRAM X0 Eagle Transmission Flattop Chain


SRAM Code Silver Stealth, 4-piston caliper, hydraulic disc, 200mm


Roval Traverse Carbon, 29 Front, 27.5 Rear, 30mm inner width, hand-built, 2Bliss Ready


DT Competition Race

Front Hub

DT Swiss 350, sealed cartridge bearings, 15x110mm spacing, 28h

Rear Hub

DT Swiss 350, Star Ratchet, 36t engagement, SRAM XD driver body, 12mm thru-axle, 148mm spacing, 28h


Front: Butcher, GRID TRAIL casing, GRIPTON® T9 compound, 2Bliss Ready, 29x2.3", Rear: Eliminator, GRID TRAIL casing, GRIPTON® T7 compound, 2Bliss Ready, 27.5 x 2.3"

Electric Components

New Specialized 1.2 SL Custom Rx Trail Tuned Motor


Specialized SL1-320, fully integrated, 320Wh


Custom charger, 48V System w/ SL system charger plug

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