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How many FR hardtails are out there? Post pics
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Posted: Jul 20, 2010 at 3:17 Quote
pasteldepapa wrote:
a bunch of updates on my bike, new slx cranks, new seat and new handlebars and stem.


comments? enjoy Smile
just wondering - did you buy those slx cranks as a double crankset then just remove the granny ring... - im thinking of doing that for my hardtail but not sure if i would have to make any adjustment to the position of the ring or anything...? cheers

Posted: Jul 20, 2010 at 10:47 Quote
i bought it and the shop did everything for me hehe
they're great cranks tho i'd definately recommend them

Posted: Jul 28, 2010 at 13:43 Quote
my 05 Norco Manic still going strong

Posted: Aug 3, 2010 at 3:08 Quote
Attention My little update. Still riding hardtail Army

Frame: DunCon Cocker 14" 2008
Fork: Rock Shox Domain 318 2008
Front Brake: Avid Elixir R 203mm.
Rear Brake: Avid Juicy 7 160mm. 2009
Handlebars: Truvativ Hussefelt DH Riser Bar
Stem: Truvativ Hussefelt DH Stem 2007
Grips: ODI X-Treme Lock-On
Headset: PROdigy PROspin
Bottom Bracket: Truvativ Howitzer XR
Crankset: Truvativ Hussefelt Chainset - Howitzer 2008
Chain: KMC Z510 HX Chain Silver
Front Wheel: Atomlab Pimp Wheel 24" 2009
Rear Wheel: Atomlab Pimp Wheel 24" 2009
Tyres: Schwalbe Big Betty Evolution Heavy Duty 2.4
Pedals: Azonic Accelerator
Saddle: SDG Freestyle Saddle
Seat Clamp: Deity Choker
Seat Post: Da Bomb Dalux

The bike:

In action shot:

Salute

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 10:52 Quote
At least - Finished Beer

Frame – 24 bicycles Toy 4
Fork – RockShox Totem Solo Air
Headset – FSA Orbit uppers, FSA Big Fat Pig bottom, 1.5 – 1 1/8
Stem – NS SuperMoto
Handlebars – RaceFace Atlas FR 785
Grips – RaceFace Strafe
Saddle –TFS
Seat clamp - Brave Pogo Double Bolt
Chainring – FSA DH
Bottom bracket – Shimano Saint
Crankset – Shimano Saint
Pedals –24/7
Chain guide – E13 LS1
Shifter – Sram X.0
Rear der. - Sram X.9 Short
Cassette – Sram PG970 DH 11-26
Chain – Shimano XT
Brakes – Avid Code
Brake rotors – Avid G2 203mm

Front hub – Novatec
Rear hub – Novatec
Spokes – DT Swiss
Rims – Sun Ringle Double track
Tubes – Maxxis DH
Tyres – Maxxis HighRoller 2.7


So, what you think about this? Wink

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 10:54 Quote
Barons13 wrote:
At least - Finished Beer

Frame – 24 bicycles Toy 4
Fork – RockShox Totem Solo Air
Headset – FSA Orbit uppers, FSA Big Fat Pig bottom, 1.5 – 1 1/8
Stem – NS SuperMoto
Handlebars – RaceFace Atlas FR 785
Grips – RaceFace Strafe
Saddle –TFS
Seat clamp - Brave Pogo Double Bolt
Chainring – FSA DH
Bottom bracket – Shimano Saint
Crankset – Shimano Saint
Pedals –24/7
Chain guide – E13 LS1
Shifter – Sram X.0
Rear der. - Sram X.9 Short
Cassette – Sram PG970 DH 11-26
Chain – Shimano XT
Brakes – Avid Code
Brake rotors – Avid G2 203mm

Front hub – Novatec
Rear hub – Novatec
Spokes – DT Swiss
Rims – Sun Ringle Double track
Tubes – Maxxis DH
Tyres – Maxxis HighRoller 2.7


So, what you think about this? Wink

Wow, that's a beast. Makes mine look like nothing Frown lol

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 13:30 Quote
Barons13 wrote:
At least - Finished Beer

Frame – 24 bicycles Toy 4
Fork – RockShox Totem Solo Air
Headset – FSA Orbit uppers, FSA Big Fat Pig bottom, 1.5 – 1 1/8
Stem – NS SuperMoto
Handlebars – RaceFace Atlas FR 785
Grips – RaceFace Strafe
Saddle –TFS
Seat clamp - Brave Pogo Double Bolt
Chainring – FSA DH
Bottom bracket – Shimano Saint
Crankset – Shimano Saint
Pedals –24/7
Chain guide – E13 LS1
Shifter – Sram X.0
Rear der. - Sram X.9 Short
Cassette – Sram PG970 DH 11-26
Chain – Shimano XT
Brakes – Avid Code
Brake rotors – Avid G2 203mm

Front hub – Novatec
Rear hub – Novatec
Spokes – DT Swiss
Rims – Sun Ringle Double track
Tubes – Maxxis DH
Tyres – Maxxis HighRoller 2.7


So, what you think about this? Wink

Le Toy's are awesome. Whats the weight? If my Le Toy 3 is anything to go by your bike must be 40 pounds!

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 13:34 Quote
grahamc wrote:
Barons13 wrote:
At least - Finished Beer

Frame – 24 bicycles Toy 4
Fork – RockShox Totem Solo Air
Headset – FSA Orbit uppers, FSA Big Fat Pig bottom, 1.5 – 1 1/8
Stem – NS SuperMoto
Handlebars – RaceFace Atlas FR 785
Grips – RaceFace Strafe
Saddle –TFS
Seat clamp - Brave Pogo Double Bolt
Chainring – FSA DH
Bottom bracket – Shimano Saint
Crankset – Shimano Saint
Pedals –24/7
Chain guide – E13 LS1
Shifter – Sram X.0
Rear der. - Sram X.9 Short
Cassette – Sram PG970 DH 11-26
Chain – Shimano XT
Brakes – Avid Code
Brake rotors – Avid G2 203mm

Front hub – Novatec
Rear hub – Novatec
Spokes – DT Swiss
Rims – Sun Ringle Double track
Tubes – Maxxis DH
Tyres – Maxxis HighRoller 2.7


So, what you think about this? Wink

Le Toy's are awesome. Whats the weight? If my Le Toy 3 is anything to go by your bike must be 40 pounds!

umm actually don't know the weight Big Grin but a lot. with those tyres and tubes it's monster. for city i run a holy roller + normal tubes, and then it's about 16 kg's Wink

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 13:37 Quote
Barons13 wrote:
grahamc wrote:
Barons13 wrote:
At least - Finished Beer

Frame – 24 bicycles Toy 4
Fork – RockShox Totem Solo Air
Headset – FSA Orbit uppers, FSA Big Fat Pig bottom, 1.5 – 1 1/8
Stem – NS SuperMoto
Handlebars – RaceFace Atlas FR 785
Grips – RaceFace Strafe
Saddle –TFS
Seat clamp - Brave Pogo Double Bolt
Chainring – FSA DH
Bottom bracket – Shimano Saint
Crankset – Shimano Saint
Pedals –24/7
Chain guide – E13 LS1
Shifter – Sram X.0
Rear der. - Sram X.9 Short
Cassette – Sram PG970 DH 11-26
Chain – Shimano XT
Brakes – Avid Code
Brake rotors – Avid G2 203mm

Front hub – Novatec
Rear hub – Novatec
Spokes – DT Swiss
Rims – Sun Ringle Double track
Tubes – Maxxis DH
Tyres – Maxxis HighRoller 2.7


So, what you think about this? Wink

Le Toy's are awesome. Whats the weight? If my Le Toy 3 is anything to go by your bike must be 40 pounds!

umm actually don't know the weight Big Grin but a lot. with those tyres and tubes it's monster. for city i run a holy roller + normal tubes, and then it's about 16 kg's Wink

Mine is going on a diet.

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 13:41 Quote
grahamc wrote:

Mine is going on a diet.

your bike is siiick. i've never think about ss on mine, but your looks really good Smile

actually weight is a problem on my bike, because i like massive parts (stem, rims, seat clamp), so i can't make it light. but ... i build it for myself, so it's the best bike for me, and weight doesn't matters too much, i love it anyway Wink

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 14:26 Quote
Schism wrote:
how do you like the kowa?

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 20:14 Quote
SS is the way to go... kind of an old pic...

Posted: Aug 4, 2010 at 20:49 Quote
knightridersix04 wrote:
Schism wrote:
how do you like the kowa?
a lot its perfect except it could use a little bit more bottom out

Posted: Aug 5, 2010 at 0:18 Quote
more bottom out? uhmmm care too explain?


 
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