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    2008 Ignition 1

    Thanks to the advice from this forum, I was able to choose this new Iggy-one. I am extremely satisfied. Thanks Jack!
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    Damn, that color is sick. Which color is that?
    BTW, congrats on the new wheels!!!!!!

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    motomountain,

    The Storm Gray Metallic in the real world is gorgous..

    Congratz and welcome to the Clan...

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    nice bike!! XD Love the colour too... XD

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    Grey

    The shade of grey/silver is better then expected; welcomed surprise.

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    very nice

    looks waaay better than the image @ Ibex

    congrats moto!

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    wow, much better looking in real life. Digging that color!

    Congrats

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    Congrats on the new ride.
    Enjoy.
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    Looks Nice Congrats and welcome to the Cult

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    ... and if we just ... Color is great, hows the ride??

    Considering getting one for my wife, but I'm afraid of the weight. Just wondering how it rides? specifically: handling, brakes and fork smoothness. Does it feel heavy?

    By the way, I think you have a cable routed on the wrong side of the stem. Probably wont effect the function, but will cause the paint to rub.

    Congats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.wilkinson@datacon.at

    By the way, I think you have a cable routed on the wrong side of the stem. Probably wont effect the function, but will cause the paint to rub.

    Congats.

    moto,
    That front derailliure cable goes around the head-tube and down on the "DRIVE-SIDE" (right side) of bike....


    Good eye John.....That WILL rub the paint BIG time..........

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    This Iggy-one is not heavy, turns good, brakes are responsive and overall handling is smooth; however, I had to increase the pre-load on both ends. And, after I brought the Iggy-one back after its initial test run, I fixed the cable. Thanks.

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    Congrats! It looks great!!!!

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    You building some DJ's withe those toys???

    Awesome bike.
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