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Trickstuff brianpark's article
Mar 19, 2021 at 13:47
Mar 19, 2021
Staff Ride: Brian's '10 Year' RAAW Madonna V2 Project Bike
@hamncheez: @dave-f: We have been around since 2003 and we still offer service for every brake we have made. We even keep producing spare parts If necessary. No worries.
Trickstuff bicyclerider's article
Feb 9, 2021 at 2:22
Feb 9, 2021
Dangerholm's Back With Another Wild Build - The Hyper Spark Project
Loving everything about this bike! Especially the brakes. Haha, Reading these comments one might get the feeling that should start a second career to present you thighs. #Dangerthighs
Trickstuff bicyclerider's article
Apr 29, 2020 at 7:39
Apr 29, 2020
Video: XC Meets BMX? Dangerholm’s Completely Custom Scott Spark
He did it again. Thanks Gustav! We love to see these bikes you're building. Especially when our parts are on those insane machines. Keep it up.
Trickstuff mikelevy's article
Mar 6, 2020 at 12:05
Mar 6, 2020
Prototype Enduro Fork - Crankworx Rotorua 2020
Haha. I Just Had Beers with Cornelius here in Freiburg, Germany. Really wish we were in Rotorua to promote a fork.
Trickstuff dan-roberts's article
Jan 7, 2020 at 3:09
Jan 7, 2020
Trickstuff mikekazimer's article
Sep 12, 2019 at 3:44
Sep 12, 2019
Review: Trickstuff's Powerful & Pricey Maxima Brakes
First: Pad clearance is 0,2mm on each side Second: All you have to do is compare the size of the master poiston surface to the surface of piston in the calliper e.g. Shimano XT 10mm master piston / 2x22m piston = 78,5mm²/759,88mm² = 1/9,68 Trickstuff Piccola 9 mm master / 2x22mm piston = 63,585mm²/759,88mm² = 1/11,95 the higher the ratio, the higher the braking power
Trickstuff mikekazimer's article
Sep 12, 2019 at 3:35
Sep 12, 2019
Review: Trickstuff's Powerful & Pricey Maxima Brakes
@Minikeum: took us a while. but more traanslations will follow.
Trickstuff mikekazimer's article
Sep 12, 2019 at 3:34
Sep 12, 2019
Review: Trickstuff's Powerful & Pricey Maxima Brakes
If you go from 200 to 220 you increase the leverage by 10%. So you increase your power by 10% The Maxima is more than 20% stronger than other brakes. So if you swap your direttissima/MT7/Saint for Maximas it would be more like going from 200 to 240 and staying on the same brake. At least when we speak about power. Modulation and haptics are something else. We think that the Maxima is the best option but that is really hard to measure as every finger is different and everyone has a different riding style.
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