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    2006 Grey ML

    Finally decided to take a few pics after a few rides.
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    I really like the blue headset. It really pops against the grey.

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    Just finished building it

    Here is my Motolite (small black 2006). I'll try and get some better photos at the weekend out on the trials for the first time.
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    Heres my rides

    My current Titus Moto
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    Cool-blue Rhythm 05 Moto-Lite (large)

    Posting up.

    - 05 Titus Moto-Lite - Large - Metallic Blue
    - RP3 rear shock
    - 06 Rock Shox Revelation 426 U-turn 100-130mm
    - Shimano XT crankset
    - Avid BB7 disk brakes (160mm rotors) running Galfer pads
    - Avid SD-7 Ti levers
    - Sram X9 rear derailleur
    - Shimano XT front derailleur
    - Sram XO grip shift
    - Panaracer FirePro XC tires 2.1"
    - Magura Pro disk wheelset (hugi 240 hubs)
    - Easton MonkeyLite XC cabon bar 1.5" rise
    - Thomson 110x5 stem
    - Thomson 27.2x330 setback seatpost
    - WTB Rocket V Ti saddle
    - Chris King Headset
    - Sram PC-990 Chain
    - Shimano PD-540 pedals
    - Grips Sram grip shift
    - Weights about 28.5lbs on the bathroom scale

    For reference:
    Height- 6'
    Inseam- 34/35"
    Weight- 155lbs w/ gear
    RP3 rear shock- 5" mode- 125-127.5lbs, 4" - have not been in that mode yet
    Fork- Not ridden yet

    Bike climbs like a goat!
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    does this count?

    Rule of thumb- 1 Lb. costs 2 sec. per mile of climb

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    New '06 Grey Moto-Lite

    Here's my new acquisition. Ordered through, and built by Mad Duck in Grapevine Texas. Great fellows to work with. The bike looks and rides fantastic. I can't wait to put some more miles on it.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangeruss
    Here's my new acquisition. Ordered through, and built by Mad Duck in Grapevine Texas. Great fellows to work with. The bike looks and rides fantastic. I can't wait to put some more miles on it.
    Dangeruss... pretty nice build! You'll enjoy it very much. I'm going to put a Revelation on mine, I expect it to arrive in two weeks.

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    Proud New Daddy

    Finally got my new MotoLite in and had to post a picture. (Admittedly though a poor quality picture, with dirty bike, however it just didn't feel right to pretty her up just for a photo.) I must say it has surpassed all expectations so far. While there should be plenty of growing pains associated with getting to know a new bike, it took less than 10 miles on it to feel like a war-torn trail veteran. The scary part is how much confidence it gives me. I am certain I now have confidence to exceed my skill level.

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    Is that an adjustable long travel fork?... if so, how is the ride with it?.. I was thinking of putting a fork that is 90-130 travel in the front on an rx100.. just wanted an opinion.

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    From the Easter bunny

    Ok not from the bunny but I finally took the time to do some assembly today. It's going to be a little wierd not riding a SS everywhere. How do you use shifters again?
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    It's a Talas

    Quote Originally Posted by xc_flip
    Is that an adjustable long travel fork?... if so, how is the ride with it?.. I was thinking of putting a fork that is 90-130 travel in the front on an rx100.. just wanted an opinion.
    Yeah, it's a TALAS. I've only ridden just over 60 miles with it so far, but I think I'm going to like it. I like it already, it seems to match the Fox rear end well. Once I get done playing mad scientist and experimenting with the travel, rebound, air, etc. on the front and the air & pro-pedal rear and get it truly dialed in I think I'm going to absolutely love it. Straight from the shop it came set on full travel front & back. I left it there for the first 2 rides, then the last ride I reduced the travel some because it seemed to help on long climbs. Anyway, to answer your question, I don't think you can go wrong because you can get it set up for whatever riding style/trail you please.

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    It was actually clean only 1 day in its life....


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    2006 Racer-X

    Here's my new Racer-X 100, built by Keith at OTE in Fruita. Thanks!
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    My Motolite after winter UGI

    Found some cool wheels (CK hubs + Stan Olympic rims), changed the cranks to Deus from an Atlas, Pushed the Talas, put on a light KMC chain and a Heim 3 chain guide.

    Now I'm officially a Titus MMTS poser.
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    Some minor upgrade

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinFrank


    Some minor upgrade

    Martin

    OK what are the upgrades and 'splain That seatpost. Looks like a thomson? Also what is the flap thing by the shock?
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    OK what are the upgrades ?
    Well, one main upgrade are the 06-decals on a 04-Blade (originally bought from Titus with 05-decals).
    And I definitely prefer those new color-enhancing decals to the psyco-05-decals.
    As you might know, there are no "real" 06-SB's anymore ...

    and 'splain That seatpost. Looks like a thomson?
    It is a Thomson seatpost wtih an extra collar. Going downhill, I just lower my seatpost until the collar stops it.
    This doesn't give me trouble that the (shortened) post might interfere with the shock.
    I measured the post and where to place the collar, of course.

    Also what is the flap thing by the shock?
    The flap is a little DIY-mudguard (made out of a plastic bottle) that protects the shock (works actually quite nicely).

    Martin

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    This is an 03 Switchblade with PUSHed Float on the 5.7" rockers, a Float 130 fork, Crossmax wheels, El Camino Brakes, and mostly XT/XTR components. Very nice ride.




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    Got Me My FR Lowers...

    05 Lite-Moto./ Thought I'd post some more bad pics. Got a new camera as a gift, but it's a digital vid camera, and it dosen't seem to take as good a pics as everyone elses. Great vid camera though...
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    Cool-blue Rhythm Moto- delicious

    Feast Your eyes on the fine instument of my single track adventures.
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    ... and if we just ... New 2005 Racer X 100

    I had a HH 100X. Sold it. Missed it. I was able to get a great deal on a brand new 2005 Racer X 100. All built up and ready to ride. I remember what the "X" stands for - Xceptional, Xhilarating, Xciting.
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    Could't stay away

    Jeff,

    I knew you couldn't stay away too long from the TITUS family. Congrats on the new bike.

    Ed
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    ... and if we just ... 2006 medium Grey ML

    2006 Medium ML:
    5-10'
    165-170 pounds

    Chris King/ Mavic 819
    Conti vertical Pro 2,3 front/ conti explorer 2,1 rear
    old style XT gruppo (from my previous bike- Santa Cruz SL)
    Avid BB7 (185F/160R)
    Thompson seatpost
    Monkey lite low riser bar
    Oddi grips
    Talas RLC 2005 (about 70 PSI)
    WTB laser V
    Aheadset
    959 Pedals
    Race Face stem 100mm

    RP3 (still playing with air to set up-120/150 PSI)
    Total weight: 28,5 pounds

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    Racer X Team America World Police Edition

    One of a kind. I was getting a bit tired of building black and blue and grey bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbob.com
    One of a kind. I was getting a bit tired of building black and blue and grey bikes.
    The toe clips truely compliment the colors.

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    The Standard

    Though I've been lurking in the shadows a bit, and not so open about my bike selection analysis as say ivguy I assure everyone that I have been no less discriminatory. I am an engineer working at NIST and am accustomed to doing exhaustive research on a project then using the absolute best equipment that money for my experiments. Why should I do anything different when choosing equipment for my hobbies? So from a guy who works at the place that keeps the standards for lengths weights and measures for the U.S. and makes the most accurate measurements of neutron lifetimes in the world the motolite is the equipment of choice.
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    awwwww!!!!
    tooo sweet.....

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    23.38lbs if you believe my Calculations....
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    It's a Moto-Lite in the limited pink with RP3 shock. Rohloff rear hub (14-speed internal gear). The saddle is lowered so that my wife could give it a try, it's usually up to the bar level.

    A few other parts: Race Face Deus crankset, Fox Talas fork, Moots ti bars, Ritchey stem, King pink headset, Thomson post, WTB Pure V Stealth saddle, Avid Juicy 7 brakes, Nokon cables, E-13 ring and guard, Crank Brothers Mallet M pedals, Spinergy Xyclone front wheel.

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    Here's My Racer X

    '04 Racer X with Ti bolt Kit
    Full XTR
    Crossmax SL Disc
    Chris King
    Thomson X4
    Easton EC90 Carbon
    Rockshox SID World Cup
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    Finally starting to get properly tweaked and broke in.

    Ti 29er XL Racer-X. LOVE THE BIKE!



    Basic setup is:
    X0 Twist w/ XT Front Der.
    Salsa Delgado w/ King Hubs
    Avid Juicy 7s
    etc etc etc

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    2003 Loco Moto

    This is actually a combo 2003 front/2001 rear triangle. Weight is 25.9 lbs, and travel has been setup to 4x4 inches. Despite an old design that's not even produced by Titus, this is still an awesone ride!

    Emax
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    My 2005 Titus RacerX, I'll post the setup in the RacerX setup page...
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    New MotoLite

    Just built up a new 06 MotoLite for a friend.
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    my 04 dual TALAS blade
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    2001 Racer-X

    Frame stripped down and polished



    A few hours later its built back up and ready for more abuse


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    Quasi 1.5

    all saint
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    Out with VPP, in with FSR!

    2006 Motolite, large, grey


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    My 06 small blue ML

    X-post. My setup posted to ML setup page.

    1 of 3 ML frames ordered from BikerBob. Mine was the last one to arrive as I had to wait for 07 Talas RLC to get in. I was a little worried about replacing my RX with it, but after the first ride, my worries just seemed to disappear to thin air.
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    New single speed beauty... sub 22 lbs with '02 CrankBro Eggies, non racing tubes and a bar mounted bell!!!



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    sick single speed...best one i've seen yet

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    Here's my new baby:




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    Very nice looking bike. Those WTB saddles are the max.
    Titanium or Bust !

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    Bikes I am currently riding....


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    That Racer X looks great with the golden touches.. how do you like the Maverick fork?
    Titanium or Bust !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bad Wolf
    That Racer X looks great with the golden touches.. how do you like the Maverick fork?

    Thx... love the fork... much plushness.


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