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    My On-One 456

    Almost finished. Need to put on a fresh rim up front and cut the steer tube/remove stemlock and purchase a qr post clamp.

    IŽll try the Lyrik out for now since the Sektor coil and Lyrik solo air weigh about the same and share the same AC. I like the feel of the Lyrik more. Stiffer and better damping.

    Its about 30.4lbs or 13.7kg with theese hefty components and extra spacers/stem lock.










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    thats real nice !!!!

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    Nice......that is the burliest Ti hard-tail I've ever seen.

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    looks sweet! Although I wish they would paint the Ti.

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    That looks great. And I'm sure the Lyrik performs better, I prefer the look of the white Sektor with the red bits and the frame. Either way, sick hardtail there.

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    Wow

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    beefy. that weighs more than my 6" fully.

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    Glad you all like it

    Its a heavy build yepp. All the parts are from my old FR/DH bike. In the future a lighter setup will most likely evolve. Thinking of running a single ring up front with the new Alfine 11sp rear. So new wheels, no HS and a lighter fork would shave alot of weight.

    The 2350 rims are about 600g, not that bad. And the tyres are pretty light aswell, just big volume.

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    Hammerschmidt

    No issues with the Hammerschmidt cable routing?

    Also, did you have to face the ISCG tabs or anything else for that matter?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by eauxgod
    No issues with the Hammerschmidt cable routing?

    Also, did you have to face the ISCG tabs or anything else for that matter?

    Thanks
    Didnt face the tabs, but the routing could be better. Had to be a bit inventive with the zipties.

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    How does the TI feel in comparison to a steel frame (if you have ever ridden one)? I have a steel frame and it feels so much better than an AL frame. I would get TI if I knew it felt the same as steel but didn't rust.

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    IŽve had an Evil Sovereign - first version with the expensive tubing, but since then been riding FS freeride and downhill bikes and then been mostly of the bike for almost 2 yrs beacause of injury.
    The new 456ti frame is my comeback and I must say feels pretty stiff compared to my memory of the Sovereign, but it was a while back now so... my rear is used to the plushness of a Marin Quake for AM riding so a HT is kind of a shock for the old daeiraiooorr. The 456 has yet to be fully tested. IŽll get back in a week or so about the ride quality. Need to get used to the hardtail thing and decide on witch fork/stem to run on it.

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    Nice! Did u run a 10x135 thru axle rear?

    I've got my 456 Ti frame couple of days back...now just waiting for the parts to arrival...
    Let's ride...

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    I've just ordered mine too....looking forward to build my 456 ti ...soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycad
    Nice! Did u run a 10x135 thru axle rear?

    I've got my 456 Ti frame couple of days back...now just waiting for the parts to arrival...
    Just an ordinary qr axle; Token titanium I found for cheap. IŽm guessing you asked beacause of the rear hub? It was 12x135 originally but I converted them to 9x135.

    For you guys nŽ gals selecting components for you 456 or other frame with the same headtube internal upper cup and external 1.5" lower IŽve heard that you can fit a straight 1.5" fork. Just fyi so maybe you can get a deal on a 1.5" fork wich are being sold dirt cheap sometimes. Just buy a 1.5" headset that fits a 44mm upper and 1.5" lower. Wich I knew this before buying my fork. Double check this info before doing anything crazy with your money though.

    And regarding the steel vs titanium question I forgot to mention that what matters more than material for feel is the way the frame is constructred and what type of titanium/steel is used, thickness of tubing and so on. The variables are endles so there is no real answer. You can only compare one frame to another. A titanium frame can feel like poo just like an alu frame can feel great. And then theres the human factor and most objective thing called personal liking. What I like in a frame doesnt mean you will to, I can only try to describe it from my limited experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matsnork
    For you guys nŽ gals selecting components for you 456 or other frame with the same headtube internal upper cup and external 1.5" lower IŽve heard that you can fit a straight 1.5" fork. Just fyi so maybe you can get a deal on a 1.5" fork wich are being sold dirt cheap sometimes. Just buy a 1.5" headset that fits a 44mm upper and 1.5" lower. Wich I knew this before buying my fork. Double check this info before doing anything crazy with your money though.
    possible yes, but youd need to do some funky things with a headset. you need a regular (i think internal) 1.5 lower cup. but on top you would need a nuke proof external cup that makes 44 zs accept a 1.5 steerer. as far as i know you can only buy the complete nuke proof head set which is like $100 and then your looking at another $50 for the lower cup.

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    Very nice frame! Wow... what size frame is that?

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    Thx! It's an 18" frame.

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    That bike is SPECTACULAR
    bunnyhopbikes.com
    morewoodbikes.com

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    Who sells Token skewers in the US?

    Nice bike btw.
    No it never stops hurting, but if you keep at it you can go faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorilla Griff
    Very nice frame! Wow... what size frame is that?
    pull the trigger sexy thick

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    How tall are you? The 18" looks pretty long. I am torn between 16" and 18" .

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    Im about 5.9" /180cm with a pretty long inseam. The frame feels pretty big but it's designed for a shorter stem. I'm gonna switch the 70 for a 50mm stem to see how that goes. I'm starting to get comfortable on it but still feels weird riding an xc type frame being used to fat fr/dh frames for last 3 yrs.

    Contact on-one with your question, they are super helpful.

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    I'm 5'11 and the 18 feels perfect on the Blue Pig. Pretty sure they have the same geo/really close, but check to make sure.

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    Finally got mine build today...after 2 months of wait...

    Here are specs build and pictures...going to have the maiden ride in the next 7 hours time...


    here are the pictures and specs below

    456 Ti - Large Frame
    Fox Float 150 RLC FIT 15QR
    On One ultralight CNC Stem 70mm
    Easton EC70 MonkeyLite Low Riser (685mm) with ESI Foam grips
    KS-i950R
    WTB Deva SLT ti
    SRAM X0 Shifters
    SRAM X0 RD Medium Cage
    SRAM X9 FD
    Shimano XTR Brakes
    Shimano XT crank (175mm)
    Blackspire Chain ring (26T, 34T) with Raceface Bash guard
    Blackspire Stinger ISCG 05
    Shimano XT Cassette with Actiontec 36T
    KMC X9 SL Chain
    Mavic CrossMax ST Wheelset
    Panaracer AM/4x Front tyre (2.35) ghetto tubeless
    Panaracer Rampage Rear tyre (2.1) ghetto tubeless

    Weight - approx. 11.67kg @ 25.73 lbs

    While the LBS ....waiting patiently






    Finally....







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