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    Nice steed Duckman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckman
    No typo. 22 pounds 12oz. including bottlecage and pedals.

    Best wheelset includes 400gm 2.25 Furious Freds run w Stans Olympics(Revos front/Supercomps rear) w yeller tape only/1 scoop sealeant(my XC race only wheelset). Front 160 Stans alum rotor/140 floating rear. 11-34XTR cog. Bolt on skewers. 168gm 4ti Eggs replace the 2ti Eggs in the pics.

    Those wheels shown are an old bastage set with big tires(2.4 King, 2.2 Karma), tube in the back(Stans front), heavy 11-34XT cog. 2ti Eggs.

    Other parts include old school but light 5 bolt RF Turbine LP cranks w 135gm 'all alum spindled' FRM ISIS BB(replaceable bearings) w alum crankarm and chainring bolts. Alum=steertube/cap bolt, shift pinch bolts, rear caliper bolts. Ti=rotor bolts, post clampbolt, post saddle rail bolts, stem bolts. Ritchey Pro stem. Titec Ti riser bar(cut down to 24"). XTR 952 triggers(w/o indicators) XTR RD. XT FD. Foam grips. 165gm Flite TT saddle. Thomson Masterpiece post. Float 140 fork. Hope Minis w above mods. King HS. Topeak stainless cage.

    Pick w above stuff but no FD yet. Yes the weight includes the FD . I wanted to see how light I could get it w my best stuff. Obv its not practical w those tires. Except for maybe the very technical Snake Creek Gap 34 mile TT race this winter.
    The ML is a killer climber but I can't imagine what it is like to climb on a a 22 lbs ML!

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    Probably a Loco Moto 1st gen, without the brace strut.

    But just my 2 cents
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    2007 Motolite Large 27lbs




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    my HCR. I love this bike.
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    My Xmas Gift and in to the Titus family...

    took delivery of her a month ago and have 60 miles on it. Love it so far...it is a screaming fast bike

    build highlights:

    medium 2008 ML Ti
    2009 Reba team 120 Maxle
    Stans olympic rims on Hope II hubs
    raxe face Next SL bars, stem and seatpost.
    King red anondized headset, salsa seat collar
    2008 XT drivetrain
    Race Face Next LP cranks
    need to install; straitline anondized red brake levers, courtsey of santa

    Have not officially weighed her, but estimate 26 lbs.
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    Sweet bike. And that fork is great, isn't it?!
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    Nice build! That thing is Blingggggggggy!
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    You can sleep when you are dead!

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    That is impressive! What's she weigh?
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    24 even.

    24 even. Thinking of upgrading to Stans or Edge rims.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickytan
    My Racer X Titanium. Havent really ridden it enough yet, or have the skills to justify the build. Will cut the steerer down and may put a riser bar on for trail use.
    Don't apologize, that's a gorgeous bike - just keep riding, the skills & build will take care of themselves!!!

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    Took a while...

    but found some red Strailine levers to go with the red anondized theme on the TiMoto
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    Quote Originally Posted by []D[][]v[][]D
    but found some red Strailine levers to go with the red anondized theme on the TiMoto
    Pretty nice!

    Congrats

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    2005 Racer X

    FSA K-Force Light crankset, with ceramic bearings, Chris King headset, Hope Pro II hubs, KCNC brake levers, XTR shifters, front derailleur, tuned Ultegra rear derailleur, 12-28 cassette. 25 pounds.

    After 30 attempts to download photos, I give up............
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    2005 Moto Lite / 08 Carbon Seat Stays

    Gives new definition to the term 'Carbo Loading' hehehe

    XTR
    Avid 7 Juicy Discs
    Mavic CrossMax (UST rear)
    RP3
    Rock Shox Revo with poplock

    Fun stuff!
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    ... and if we just ... Titus Racer X Ti

    My first build, currently a little portly at 27 lbs but should get a little better by changing out the Hayes with some Avid Juicy Ultimate Hydraulic Disc Brakes. I stole the Hayes and Sun Rhyno rims from my old Giant ATC to try it out unitl the Avid's arrive next week.I'm still thinking about rims.
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    Titus Moto Lite GE (Ganja Edition)

    Eat your hearts out, *****es. More to come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neutron1082
    Eat your hearts out, *****es. More to come.
    Are you fricking kidding me? How do you get a paint job like that?
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    03 Locomoto, am I crazy or just plain Loco?

    So, I have this crazy idea that I can race this classic frameset with a bunch of cool stuff on it and compete at high level. It's 23.5 pounds and rides like a dream.





    F100x Pushed w/ 2008 high volume air chamber
    Am Classic/Stan's Olympic disc
    K-Force Lite w/ 38t ring (1x9)
    XO shifter and RD
    Juicy Ultimate rear and Juicy 5 front (a budget thing)
    Trigon integrated carbon bar/stem combo
    Thomson Elite setback SP
    Special Ed tires for now, Furious Fred 2.4 rear and Rocket Ron 2.4 front later.

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    Maiden voyage of my ML1

    "Studies have shown that riding your bicycle everyday makes you more awesome then the general population"

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    I just put new tires and clean and polish the old girl. After 2 years she still rides like new.

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    She still looks like a charm.. thats the magic of titanium
    Titanium or Bust !

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    2005 supermoto
    Just a tease, still collecting parts. color is way brighter in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piedogger
    2005 supermoto
    Just a tease, still collecting parts. color is way brighter in person.

    That looks sweet! Post pics when you are finished with the build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neutron1082
    Eat your hearts out, *****es. More to come.


    Ya I wanna know to! how the hell did you manage to get that custom paint??

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    That's one bright color. Very Cool.
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    bought the frame used


    powder coated the front


    built up

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay.schubert

    built up
    Where did you get the titus decals?

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    Red Barn Bicycles ordered them for me - http://www.redbarnbicycles.com. It's actually a RacerX decal set and they weren't cheap but they come on a nice stiff sheet, laid out in a way that it made it super easy to apply them perfectly straight and exactly where you want em.

    I actually also have a full original Switchblade decal set if anyone else has a switchblade and wants it, the Titus factory gave it to me but I decided not to use it. I never cared for the original logo (with the exception of the metal head tube badge, which is awesome) so I went ahead and paid for the new style stickers.

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    <a href="http://s270.photobucket.com/albums/jj104/motoxkfx/?action=view&current=IMG_2318.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/jj104/motoxkfx/IMG_2318.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay.schubert
    Red Barn Bicycles ordered them for me - http://www.redbarnbicycles.com. It's actually a RacerX decal set and they weren't cheap but they come on a nice stiff sheet, laid out in a way that it made it super easy to apply them perfectly straight and exactly where you want em.

    I actually also have a full original Switchblade decal set if anyone else has a switchblade and wants it, the Titus factory gave it to me but I decided not to use it. I never cared for the original logo (with the exception of the metal head tube badge, which is awesome) so I went ahead and paid for the new style stickers.
    Thanks for the info, the bike looks great btw.

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    Hammerhead 100X

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    Nice shot. I like how the top tube follows the slope of the mountain behind it.

    How did the HH handle the trip?

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    Thanks!
    It was a great bike for this trip. Almost as fast as the big bikes on the descents but much easier and faster to get to the summit. I put a 180mm rotor on the front which was a big improvement - no fade and less finger fatigue.
    AW.

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    Hammerhead 100X

    My 2004 Hammerhead on another overseas adventure: Summer 2009 in the Pyrennes

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    Hi there,

    Here is my small FTM in the Swiss Alps.



    Others pix there, http://www.alpavista.ch/Alp09/titus-ftm/

    Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2fly
    Hi there,

    Here is my small FTM in the Swiss Alps.



    Others pix there, http://www.alpavista.ch/Alp09/titus-ftm/

    Enjoy.
    Wow,wow and more wow! Great looking bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vespasianus
    Wow,wow and more wow! Great looking bike.
    Not only, it's a great riding bike too

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    My new RX-1 "Roxy" in Tyler State Park, Tyler, TX. Loving the bike. Can't wait for my first race on her.
    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/2-sCg4syAT-ke-BxAkrjjQ?authkey=Gv1sRgCPXx-K-JrZX0sgE&feat=embedwebsite"><img src="http://lh3.ggpht.com/_BF2v4a8jgKk/SlQW00l_OII/AAAAAAAAAHw/GSoNx0ZpbDU/s800/P7031050.JPG" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/e.biebighauser/TitusRX1?authkey=Gv1sRgCPXx-K-JrZX0sgE&feat=embedwebsite">Titus RX-1</a></td></tr></table>

    <table style="width:auto;"><tr><td><a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/9qUEDMKfiGGXzDOe0ER63Q?authkey=Gv1sRgCPXx-K-JrZX0sgE&feat=embedwebsite"><img src="http://lh6.ggpht.com/_BF2v4a8jgKk/SlQW6-hGQhI/AAAAAAAAAH0/w8Ncv40Md7E/s800/P7031056.JPG" /></a></td></tr><tr><td style="font-family:arial,sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:right">From <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/e.biebighauser/TitusRX1?authkey=Gv1sRgCPXx-K-JrZX0sgE&feat=embedwebsite">Titus RX-1</a></td></tr></table>

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    RX29 in Oregon

    My 2008 SM RX29, from a recent June ride in Oregon.
    The RX29 has been a great bike in the varied terrain of Western OR. Built up with X0, Deus, Martas, DT/Salsa wheel & 600gm tires, plus a few lighter components, it's 25.1#s. Could be worse.

    Haven't been so impressed with a frame, since my 1994 Brodie Expresso.
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    No action shots, but she's a looker.
    2006 Titus Racer X with a few bells.
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    A classic beauty. Excellent photography as well.

    How does the RX like Vulture's Knob?

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    Hey grymes. Great RX you got there! Talk to me about the Fulcrum's.
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    Bikebob, it sounds like I need to update my profile. I am actually now out in Denver riding the front range for the most part. I can only imagine that the RX would eat it up at Vulture's Knob though. That's still one of my favorite trails.

    Thanks for the kind words on the bike. The Fulcrums are doing their job very well. I have been riding on them for about two months now, generally 3 times a week and they are what they say they are. Light, but not the lightest, super stiff and staying very true. No complains so far. Bought them through chain reaction cycles when they were on sale for 35% off making my wallet like them a little more too.

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    My 08 Titus El Guapo

















    Handle Bar: Truvativ Hussefelt
    Stem: Truvativ 40mm Hussefelt
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    Saddle: WTB Shadow V
    Seat Clamp: 09 Hope
    Headset: 09 Chris King Threadless Headset w/ red hope spacers
    Grips: Oury Grips with Odi bar end
    Wheelset: 08 Mavic Cross Max SLR w/ Face Red ti skewers
    Fork: '09 Fox Talas 32 RLC
    Rear Shock: Rockshox Pearl 3.1
    Shifters and RD: Shimano SLX
    FD: Shimano SLX
    Crank: Shimano SLX
    Chain: Sram PC971
    Cogs: Sram PG990 red Spider
    Brakes: 09 Avid BB7
    Tires: Kenda Nevegal 2.1
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