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Posted: Sep 15, 2012 at 0:41 Quote
Nicolai UFO-DS built up for freeride but still with its 4X roots

Nicolai UFO DS
  Nicolai UFO DS

Nicolai UFO-DS
  Nicolai UFO-DS

Nicolai UFO-DS
  Nicolai UFO-DS

Posted: Sep 15, 2012 at 0:42 Quote
Sneebyl wrote:
STeveN83 wrote:
To small for you, what size chain ring are you planning on using?

Its an E13 LG1

I think he meant "too small" as in the picture is too small, and he couldn't see what guide it was.

Oh i see.

Posted: Sep 15, 2012 at 0:48 Quote
gledz wrote:
Nicolai UFO-DS built up for freeride but still with its 4X roots

Nicolai UFO DS
  Nicolai UFO DS

Nicolai UFO-DS
  Nicolai UFO-DS

Nicolai UFO-DS
  Nicolai UFO-DS
holy seat tube angle batman Robin

Posted: Sep 15, 2012 at 0:59 Quote
rhys-the-rider wrote:
gledz wrote:
Nicolai UFO-DS built up for freeride but still with its 4X roots

Nicolai UFO DS
  Nicolai UFO DS

Nicolai UFO-DS
  Nicolai UFO-DS

Nicolai UFO-DS
  Nicolai UFO-DS
holy seat tube angle batman Robin

Yep super slack but does seam to work, geometry feels great, its got a 15" seattube and 20.5" toptube to put it in context

Posted: Sep 15, 2012 at 9:34 Quote
gledz wrote:
Nicolai UFO-DS built up for freeride but still with its 4X roots

Nicolai UFO DS
  Nicolai UFO DS

Nicolai UFO-DS
  Nicolai UFO-DS

Nicolai UFO-DS
  Nicolai UFO-DS

it seems.. heavy... or maybe the paintjob effect Confused

Posted: Sep 15, 2012 at 10:06 Quote
wrote:
it seems.. heavy... or maybe the paintjob effect Confused

currently 36lbs may shave a couple more pounds off by replacing the fox van 36 with 831's or floats at the very least

Posted: Sep 16, 2012 at 17:15 Quote
wrote:
gledz wrote:
it seems.. heavy... or maybe the paintjob effect Confused

currently 36lbs may shave a couple more pounds off by replacing the fox van 36 with 831's or floats at the very least

floats dont weigh much less then a van, If your gonna buy one get the 831. they are really light 2 cents

Posted: Sep 16, 2012 at 21:28 Quote
Keep the 36! Worth itsweight imo. What wheels you running?

Posted: Sep 16, 2012 at 23:45 Quote
Budi-san wrote:
Keep the 36! Worth itsweight imo. What wheels you running?

The wheels are spank subrosa on superstar switch hubs setup tubeless with ardents. Other changes im going to make are changing out the rp3 to a double barrel and putting a higher rise bar on, the raceface atlas just dont feel right since lowering the forks 20mm. Maybe some renthal 38mm rise fatbars?

Posted: Sep 17, 2012 at 9:57 Quote
Just finished my Identiti Krisis SL build today. Really happy with it. Let me know what you think

Identiti Krisis SL finally finished
  Identiti Krisis SL finally finished
Identiti Krisis SL finally finished
  Identiti Krisis SL finally finished

Posted: Sep 17, 2012 at 10:02 Quote
Love it! I was going to get a Krisis SL, but the Dartmoor Phantom is half the price, so I took a gamble.

Let us know how it rides.

Posted: Sep 17, 2012 at 10:04 Quote
Looks fun. Can you tell the difference between carbon and non carbon bars?

Posted: Sep 17, 2012 at 10:29 Quote
Identiti Krisis SL - My birthday present to myself

I also finished building my new Krisis this weekend

Posted: Sep 17, 2012 at 10:37 Quote
Big fan of the Krisis, look super light & quick....Chrome or yellow!? Hell I love um both!

Posted: Sep 17, 2012 at 10:41 Quote
Circes wrote:
Looks fun. Can you tell the difference between carbon and non carbon bars?
Yeah! I had carbon bars on my specialized enduro before and the best way I have described it is by slapping the end of the bar. With an aluminium bar it vibrates but carbon just numbs it so when your riding just get less trail buzz and these eastons are even better then the FSA bars I had before.


 
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