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    Banshee Spitfire Pics

    I've been looking online for a while and have found loads of pics of some Ripper Runes... Can't seem locate many of the Awesome Spitfire though. Come on, lets see em.. Get your Spitfires out...

    This is mine... Still not managed to get a proper ride on her due to a calf injury... Sunday is looking promising though!!
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    dats purdy... what cranks are those?
    What mountain bike forum do pirates use? .....



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    Race Face - Atlas FR

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    You take the dog with you?

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    was wondering if you can choose the suspention linkage colour options when ordering the frame? ...and the same for the decals? The grey ano u hav is real sweet.
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    Mate I don't think you can, otherwise I would have gone for the Orange... : ) You do get a blue one if you go the Gucci Build.

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    So where are all the other Spitfires...?? Come on people, I wanna see some Photo's of your Banshee Spitfires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge68
    So where are all the other Spitfires...?? Come on people, I wanna see some Photo's of your Banshee Spitfires.
    mine's getting ordered today. with any luck it'll be here later this week.

    I can put all the parts I have for it on my bed and take a picture though?

    nah, that would spoil the surprise

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    Another Spitfire

    I think this picture should belongs to here too, the ever famous WWII fighter plane - Spitfire

    My all time war plane (WWII), and i think the banshee spitfire name is well selected.
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    Drop'N'Zone Spitfire

    Here is an awesome Spitfire from Drop'N'Zone


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    Quote Originally Posted by morebravo
    Here is an awesome Spitfire from Drop'N'Zone
    Looks like I'm headed in the wrong direction with my build (assuming I ever get the frame) with all the Skittles colors going on here. Mine will end up looking like a primer gray Camero sitting in some butt rockers yard waiting for a new tranny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slcrockymountainrider
    Looks like I'm headed in the wrong direction with my build (assuming I ever get the frame) with all the Skittles colors going on here. Mine will end up looking like a primer gray Camero sitting in some butt rockers yard waiting for a new tranny.
    a couple cans of rattle spray can take care of that...
    I'm not very fond of the drop'nzone spitfire; it kind of makes me want to barf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade
    a couple cans of rattle spray can take care of that...
    I'm not very fond of the drop'nzone spitfire; it kind of makes me want to barf.
    Admittedly I don't like the Green but the rest is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade
    a couple cans of rattle spray can take care of that...
    I'm not very fond of the drop'nzone spitfire; it kind of makes me want to barf.
    I'll put my name into the barf hat as well. The OP's Spitfire is very nice though.

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    Agreed; the O.P.'s spitty looks great.
    Mine is going to be so black and white boring compared to all of the spitty pics I've seen.
    I'm pretty stoked that it won't be so boring to ride though.
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    a simple build..

    * Lyrik Coil
    * EX823\Hope pro II\Maxxis advantage front + minion rear
    * Banshee headset
    * Gravity 777 bar
    * SRAM gears
    * Avid Brakes
    * temporary post and stem...

    total weight is about 15K (33lb) but it feels much lighter when hammering the pedals.
    action pics will follow... i guess a chain-guide will be added soon..
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    Nice!
    I like your riding shoes too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewOriginal
    * Lyrik Coil
    * EX823\Hope pro II\Maxxis advantage front + minion rear
    * Banshee headset
    * Gravity 777 bar
    * SRAM gears
    * Avid Brakes
    * temporary post and stem
    Did you get the Lyrik for the Spitfire? I have a Lyrik now, but I'm planning to ditch it and get a Revelation Team before my Spitfire arrive. You got me wondering if I should keep it and wait allthough I feel 127mm rear and 160mm front is a weird combination.. The Lyrik coil u-turn is HEAVY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slcrockymountainrider
    Looks like I'm headed in the wrong direction with my build (assuming I ever get the frame) with all the Skittles colors going on here. Mine will end up looking like a primer gray Camero sitting in some butt rockers yard waiting for a new tranny.
    same here. I think the only colorful things on mine are going to be the gold bolt on my 20th anniversary XO mech, and the gold bits on my joplin. everything else is black, grey, or silver.

    and a little OT, did you end up getting your frame in a timely manner? or are you waiting 3 weeks like the rest of us schlubs?

    Interpidity, hold onto the lyrik and try it out. worst that happens is you decide you want a revelation. best, you keep the lyrik and save some money

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    I had the Lyrik before, and although i also thought about replacing it, I decided to try it first.

    The revelation is great and no-doubt better\lighter riders will benefit its light-weight and travel.. but for me, the stiffer Lyrik is more confidence inspiring (and IMHO looks better in compliance with the frame's tubes).

    anyway, i think you should try before you buy
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    Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads..

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    Quote Originally Posted by slcrockymountainrider
    Looks like I'm headed in the wrong direction with my build (assuming I ever get the frame) with all the Skittles colors going on here. Mine will end up looking like a primer gray Camero sitting in some butt rockers yard waiting for a new tranny.
    Is it the Camaro or the butt rocker that's waiting for the tranny?

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    Here's mine!




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    im no weight weener, but any one had one of these on a scale yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Punkeyboozter
    im no weight weener, but any one had one of these on a scale yet?
    here you go, 29.5 lbs. This bike rips


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    Quote Originally Posted by climbingbubba
    here you go, 29.5 lbs. This bike rips
    Very respectable for a bike with flats and adjustable seatpost.

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