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    Killer V

    Any old killer V's out there ? I am rebuilding mine and was wondering if any of you could post a pic or throw out some opinions on the Killer V's in general?

    I have had mine almost 15 yrs and I love it!

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    Not a Killer V, but it's a Delta V
    My understanding is that Killer Vs never came with the Headshok.
    '93 Delta V 700 with upgrades...
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    Love the fade paint job. Mine has the 1 1/8 headset so I guess it is a killer . Nice bike

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    I've had my Killer V about 12 years I guess, though all that's left of the original spec is the front mech (Shimano STX, still going strong). I would have loved one with a headshok... that one above looks great. Mine is a small (14"?) which I used for jumps and trials, plus some XC with the saddle pushed right up.

    This is mine in its current guise, I don't use it for anything big anymore. I'm thinking of putting a shorter stem on it, mainly because it looks pug-ugly with that one

    I'm new here as well btw. Hello.
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    wow, sweet. I have never seen one so small. I think the smallest one I have seen is 15 inches.That is the same color as mine. I am going to go with an anodized red powder coat. I think it looks sweet. I am also getting cannondale decals that look like carbon fiber.

    Thanks for the pics everyone. Please keep em coming. I will post mine when I get finished

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    I don't think I've ever seen another one so small either! It might be a 15" though, I'm not sure.

    I got it cheap way back in 1998 or 1999 when it was already 'last year's model.' I guess I was one of the few to want one so small. They are great bikes though, I absolutely caned that one on jumps, trials, dual slalom, touring (with panniers!), and street for two years or more before I got an Azonic and it is still in one piece.

    Your one sounds pretty cool. Are we going to get pictures? Where did you get the Cannondale decals from? The red is such a classic colour for Cannondales of that period, I wish the current range would offer some of the simpler block colours like the older models. Simple and classy!

    Are you going to keep yours rigid or put a fork on? I have considered getting a short travel fork for mine just to take the edge off things, but I'm worried it will mess up the handling.

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    I am going with a rigid carbon fiber fork. I got the decals from a guy in England , his store is Decal and Stickers made to Order. I am trying to get a really light weight build.I have carbon bars,seatpost,and fork.I also picked up some spinergy xyclones. I am shooting for around 20lbs. Alll the parts I have weigh in about 17 lbs. I am not sure what the frame weighs. I have to take off the crank(need a puller) and get it to a scale.I should be really close.I will try to post some pics later.
    If you get a fork, check on SASO. They make a carbon fiber susp. fork with around 65-80 mm travel.I think it is around $200. It will work perfect and its really light.

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    Here's my Killer V Single Speed I built...

    I built this up a couple of months ago...an absolute blast to ride.
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    that is a beautiful ride
    I really like that color combo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginga View Post
    Not a Killer V, but it's a Delta V
    My understanding is that Killer Vs never came with the Headshok.
    '93 Delta V 700 with upgrades...
    Hey - I have that exact same bike! Looks like you don't have the original fork, or painted it black maybe?

    Not sure, but I think maybe Delta's all had 1.5" head tubes, while the Killers all came with the smaller (non-headshok compatible) head tube??
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    @jhbinal

    Very nice. Is that the original colour? Very unique it seems to me. Also, did it come with disc mounts or have you got some kind of cunning adaptor going on at the back? I think I must have got one of the last ones without disc mounts

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexAbroad View Post
    @jhbinal

    Very nice. Is that the original colour? Very unique it seems to me. Also, did it come with disc mounts or have you got some kind of cunning adaptor going on at the back? I think I must have got one of the last ones without disc mounts
    Not the original color...went to the powder coater and picked a stock color, looks even better in person. I used one of those A2Z adapters for the rear...it sucked, had to cut and do all sorts of mods to get it to fit...seems to work well enough though.

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    I am so jealous. I cant wait to get mine going.
    Nice bikes everyone.

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    A couple of mine... Mind you, one is technically an F1000.

    1998 Killer V800
    It was originally Patriot Blue, but I stripped and polished it myself a few years back.


    1999 F1000, original Purpleen paint (Purple/green flip)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbarnhart View Post
    I am going with a rigid carbon fiber fork. I got the decals from a guy in England , his store is Decal and Stickers made to Order.

    I guess that's Del-cals? He's one of the best for custom and repop decals. I've use him a few times myself, most recently on my 1985 GT Pro Performer build.
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    those are sweet. I love the polished look. Killer V's are such beautiful bikes.
    I wanted to go lefty, but I wasnt sure if it would throw off my geo. Guess not. I will have to get an adaptor for the 1 1/8 headset.Maybe in the future
    Any idea what they weigh? or what the frame alone weighs?
    I said it before but I am really jealous of all these nice bikes!!!!!

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    I have a Killer V 500 polished aluminium with all original parts. I have used it infrequently over the last 14 years. Recently looking to either sell or upgrade it to more of a road bike.

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    I always wanted one of these! A KillerV with a Headshock. Unsure of the years. I'd like to know if the frame weight is any different to the DeltaV frame, anyone know?
    These links aren't mine so I hope I'm not breaking any rules... 1 day left on them and they appear darn cheap.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/CANNONDAL...item2a11fe1258

    and

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/CANNONDAL...item2a11fe1b91

    I wants it!

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    A slight diversion while we wait for sbarnhart's pics , does anyone know what the reasons behind the Killer/Delta V design were? I have never seen anything official from Cannondale but looking at them m guess would be having a long seat post tube but also having good standover height... or something.

    Or is it just too look cool?

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    Do you have any more info on the A2Z adapter? Would love to have disks on my V.

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    This is a Delta that I have put together. Bought a well used frame off ebay and picked up components here and there. Stripped the old paint and had it powder coated. It's a biy heavier than I'd prefer but I lover the ride and geometry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cebeas View Post
    Do you have any more info on the A2Z adapter? Would love to have disks on my V.
    The A2Z fits like doodoo....get one by brake therapy...much better design.
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    Has anyone replaced a headshock fork with a rigid fork. My local C'dale store has several peperoni forks but they are so much shorter than the headshock fork I am afraid the ride would be negatively affected. Actually I'm am sure the ride would be negatively affected.

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    Killer V / Delta V / M(with some number) / F(with some number), I LOVE THEM ALL!

    This has to be the Coolest hard tail bike frame ever!
    I have a Delta V 700 and i just got a Killer V 900 HT that im going to build up with a Lefty DLR (2000).

    From what i can tell this frame design has had different names over the years. Ive never been able to figure out Cannondales naming conventions. But what ever Name is decaled on the Frame, it's still my Favorite frame style.

    The only difference between the "Delta" and "Killer" that i see is the way the seat stays meet the chain stays.

    (Well, other than some having the 1.5 inch head tube and others having the 1&1/8 inch head tube's that is.)

    (this is my first time posting so i cant post images yet)

    From what i have learned from KillerV800's blog is the only frame that had disk mounts were the "F(with some number)" and i think thy only came in size small.

    I see a few of you have installed adapters to get disk brakes to mount. I would LOVE to set up my bikes like this. not so much for the functionality of the disk brakes, (im happy with the way the v-brakes "work") but more so for the way thy LOOK.

    I have placed some rear wheels that have a rotor on them in the rear drop outs and the rotor is RELY close to the stays. Too close for comfort. It look like the rotor is like only a few millimeters from touching the stays. on my 2007 Rush 4 the rotor is 10 Millimeters from the frame where on the killer V the rotor and frame are all but touching (2, maybe 3 Millimeters from each other).

    Did any of you have to do something to the hub/wheel to get them to fit so the rotor is not too close to the frame?

    If not how close do thy sit to each other?

    I see that the A2Z adapter is frowned upon (some having to be modded to get to work) and that the Brake therapy seems to be the better option. i just don't care for the look of the Brake therapy with its long bar running up the side of the seat stay. (No offense KillerV800, your bike is gorgeous!)
    Im ok with having to mod the A2Z, my only worry is spacing the rotor away from the frame.

    Oh, And giving that the brakes are kinda important for the safety of the bike, ( I like being able to STOP)
    I also want to have the confidence in them to work at least as well as the v Brakes and not mess up the frame. after all, it's these frames that i Love.

    Other than the disk brake thing, what i have planed is first to build up the killer V.
    Im thinking to have it powder coated a flat black and do a Cannondale BadBoy kind of a thing with 3M reflective tape for the Cannondale logo/accents. Get the Lefty on there (once it gets back from Mendon cycle smiths) and slap on some fat knobbly tires. Depending on how that turns out i then want to do the Delta the same way but with road tires/gearing and maybe a rigid lefty.

    Did i mention the only thing i like from Cannondale more than this frame style are the Lefty forks?

    Now if Cannondale would only reissue this frame in a 29're...............

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    1993 Delta V SS

    Here is mine, it is a Delta V as well. The frame is a '93 from what I could figure out and it has a circa '99 headshok. Set up as an around town/trails SS, I love it. Great thread, good to see others out there!

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    Cool Stuff............

    .................Brings back memories!

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    Nice!

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    wow, other vintage bikes

    I was searching on putting a newer fatty 80mm on my '93 Delta V700 which I bought new years ago...my headshock finally gave out ! It still holds air but no dampening left. Saw a video on youtube going to try to rebuild it.

    Its been an amazing bike, I've ridden east coast and Moab, now in Texas and upgraded most everything (those funky brakes were first to go) like wheels and from thumb to grip shifter Sram 9.0 with rear derailure, etc. But the BB and headset never failed. Mine is all beat the crap from many endos and rough rides but still is light and works fine. My only beef is that the thing seems to understeer (front end washes out) no matter what I do - tried tires, flipping stem, sitting back, putting weight on front, etc. Tried a Super V back in like 2000 and rode same trail I usually rode and it RAILED and did not wash out so I don't think its my riding style. Anyone else have that issue? Basically relegated mine to light off road and stuff now.

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    Finally

    Finally got it back about a month ago. Comp prob, teeth prob, geez.It has a rainbow metal flake clear coat , but yuo cant see it in the pics. I forgot how stiff it is. Kinda beats you ,glad for the carbon bars.Sorry for the wait.
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    t came in at 26-27 lbs. I think I will put my spinergys on it.A little heavier than I wanted. Oh well. I like upgrades.

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    The bomber got rebuilt, smooth as butter
    I only weigh 125 and it came out perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoulian View Post
    Here is mine, it is a Delta V as well. The frame is a '93 from what I could figure out and it has a circa '99 headshok. Set up as an around town/trails SS, I love it. Great thread, good to see others out there!

    That's a wicked look! Can't tell it's almost 20 years old!
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    I posted this on the vintage thread already....
    Will upgrade the wheels, crankset and bb in the near future....it weighs in at a bit over 24lbs. right now.....
    I'm very happy with the outcome although I can't ride it for more than 14miles without hurting everywhere...
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    Just found this thread. Bringing my '94 Killer V frame out of mothballs. Going to update with a RockShox Reba front fork, some KNobby Nic tires and start riding her again

    Oh, and she needs a new chain. I think I am eventually going to give her a complete upgrade, but I'll keep all the old parts.
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    That's one sick oldschool rig there, buddy! Very nice!
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    here is my killer & have no clue about it. what it's worth, how dependable, any comments?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdalemaniac View Post
    I posted this on the vintage thread already....
    Will upgrade the wheels, crankset and bb in the near future....it weighs in at a bit over 24lbs. right now.....
    I'm very happy with the outcome although I can't ride it for more than 14miles without hurting everywhere...
    Revived an old thread for an update....

    Duracoat is a very durable epoxy based coating developed for firearms.....so why not use it to refinish a vintage, handmade cannondale frame from the good ole' days?
    This bike was made in 1992 and in dire need of a makeover.
    Titanium grey metallic base coat and black logos. All logo's were designed using cannondale's 2014 font style and airbrushed as well, then the entire frame got a coat of protective satin (Hot Rod flat) automotive 2K clear (Not some cheap rattle can clear or ready to use duplicolor crap!)
    All components and the fork were replaced with updated ones as well (HeadShok Ultra)... Can't wait to hit the trails with it...
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    Nice!
    I like the Delta WEE!

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    That is a sweet one!

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    Hi Folks! I haven't been on here in years!
    I have a the Killer V500 and I'd like to upgrade the cranks.

    The original chainrings are shot, and instead of replacing the 2 of 3, I wanted to upgrade that area.

    All else is original from purchase, except that when I purchased it, it had CODA cranks,a nd when I test drove it, while standing it would jump teeth or something in the cranks would flex, so when they sold it to me me, they swapped it for Deore LX cranks.

    I just need something as good or prefer better than the LX setup. The rear I don't think they changed and is stock. Oh, I did get a downgraded shifter/brakes setup. I miss the original, but thats all they had at the shop at the time I needed to ride.

    Lately I have had the itch to ride...So I need to get this puppy back up and crankin' (ha!)

    Any help with size ext would be helpful. I think I remember something about a square cassete, or I'm likely off, as I don't know much about the components.
    HELP!

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    Something like this
    Truvativ Stylo MTB Crank Set GXP Bottom Bracket 175mm Triple 3x9 SRAM | eBay
    would be the easiest fix...replace the whole crankset with bottom bracket.
    Trying to source a square tapered crankset will be problematic, plus it will most likely use a 5bolt chainring which are harder to get now a days as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdalemaniac View Post
    Something like this
    Truvativ Stylo MTB Crank Set GXP Bottom Bracket 175mm Triple 3x9 SRAM | eBay
    would be the easiest fix...replace the whole crankset with bottom bracket.
    Trying to source a square tapered crankset will be problematic, plus it will most likely use a 5bolt chainring which are harder to get now a days as well.

    Thanks.

    It looks like I should switch out. I don't see any new/oldstock 42/32T-90mm BCD.

    Will this effect my chain(just got new as part of rebuild!), rear derailleur as well?
    My shifters are also 3x7! Will I need a new set of those too?!

    If so, any links to quality parts are appreciated!
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    Also, in my hand I have 2 used beat up 42t chain rings.
    One is Aluminum, the other a chrome/metal.
    The weight difference in just these pieces is BIG! Imagine all the parts!

    I would like to get a good balance of quality, durrable lightweight, yet cost effective(do they fit in the same sentence in retail, NO, but for clean, sometimes new or used on Ebay, Perhaps). Keeping in mind that I am 250#+ guy. So strength is important. I don't do much at all downhill-bomber style offroad. In fact I have semi-slick tires on as I have been and will be doing more road bike, and get back in shape for swapping to Mtnbike riding.

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    Your rear shifters don't have anything to do with the front ones... you might have to find a sweet spot when adjusting your front derailleur as the 7spd chain is a bit wider than the newer 8/9speed ones. Buy crankset, install it, go ride, be happy. lol
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    Thanks...I think I'll give that a shot!

    Now to watch some install videos to DIY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdalemaniac View Post
    Your rear shifters don't have anything to do with the front ones... you might have to find a sweet spot when adjusting your front derailleur as the 7spd chain is a bit wider than the newer 8/9speed ones. Buy crankset, install it, go ride, be happy. lol

    This has a different bb. how do these vary and how specific are they?

    Truvativ Stylo +

    For $10 he gives a new outer ring(the OG has a tooth missing).

    Reason I'm looking at this vs the one you posted is the steel vs black finish and possible BB difference.

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    that ISIS bb maybe only compatible with ISIS cranks?

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    Any input with the above please, before I make the purchase?!

    I guess not knowing what fits this frame is part of my problem(and original question). I was hoping to have some options before I select this blindly.

    Any I should consider that will adapt besides this one (Same as ebay link).

    BTW, I totally appreciate the link CndalManiac..just wondering what options I might have.
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    Truvativ Stylo MTB Crank Set, GXP Bottom Bracket, 175mm, Triple 3x9, Sram
    Speeds: Triple
    Crankarm Length: 175 mm
    Teeth Range: 44/32/22
    Bottom Bracket Type: GXP
    Bottom Bracket Shell Width: 68 or 73mm
    Weight: 904 grams as pictured


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    Help, thanks!

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    ISIS has the axle integrated in the bottom bracket which is the old standard after the square taper so to say. The one I had posted is GXP with outboard bearings and not hard to get parts for where the axle is part of the crankset and the bottom bracket consists of 2 cup with bearings.
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    I like that it has parts easy to get, but is this pretty much my only option?

    I came across that link looking through isis vs gxp bb :-)

    The problem is that I don't know what fits or what the KillerV takes as a standard fit.
    (Only thing I know is that the stem is 1.125 vs a 1.25). This was when I had the idea of putting a Lefty on it :-) That was almost a decade ago when I was an avid mtn rider. Now I need to work up to that.

    here is another . I don't know if it fits...
    Shimano XTR FC M960 Mountain Bike Crank Set 44 32 24T 175mm 146 102 64BCD 3x9 | eBay

    How do they compare?

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