I've beat the **** out of my 2003 Specialized Hardrock Pro. I replaced all the components with a build kit off of JensonUSA this spring but the frame and fork are just shot. I realized that is time to replace even more. Here's my ideas.
I wanna pick up a 2007 Sette Flite frame due to mainly cost and it definately can take much more abuse than my Hardrock can.
I also am looking at getting a 2005 Manitou Nixon Super IT fork also due to the great factor of cost.
I don't need this bike to be top of the line, just something I can rip with. I already have an AM bike, I just want something I can use at my dads house instead of my Wal-Mart quality Raleigh M50.
How does this build look?
*New Parts in Red
*Parts From P.2 in Blue
Frame- Sette Flite
Fork- Manitou Nixon Super IT
Headset- Cane Creek S2
Stem- Truvativ Hussefelt
Handlebars- Specialized Alloy OS
Grips- ODI Rogue
Brakes- Hayes HFX9 w/ Formula Rotors
Rear Derailleur- Shimano Deore
Shifters- Shimano Deore
Cassette- SRAM PG980
Chain- SRAM PC991
Cranks- Truvativ Hussefelt
Bottom Bracket- Truvativ Hussefelt
Pedals- Specialized Alloy Platform
Wheelset- Transition Revolution
Tires- Continental Desil
Saddle- WTB Laser V
Seatpost- Race Face Evolve DH
I'm buying a P.2 Cr-Mo within the next few weeks so some of the parts I am taking from that.
If you have any veto's let me know. The biggest thing I am worried about is the Sette frame, I've never heard much about them and I havn't heard of anyone who has used one.
Oh, and I need to know about sizing and the shock. I am 5"7" and weigh 125. I am 15 and in good shape, so don't think I am anorexic
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