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    My '05 Coiler Dee shiggy

    Mostly together. Front fender and a few adjustments to finish.
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    Awesomely cool and so different looking.

    Love the colour combination too.
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    I like it, did you paint the brackets that were fabricated for the stem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmb
    I like it, did you paint the brackets that were fabricated for the stem?
    Yup. Bashring, spider and caliper brackets, too Did not turn out as well as I hoped so I may redo them in the future.
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    It's unique to say the least...

    Have you checked to see it that rear fender is going it crash into the seat tube? If that rocker lin gets anywhere near the seat tube that the one on my Kikapu does that fender won't be on there for long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Mostly together. Front fender and a few adjustments to finish.

    UGLY!!!!!!!!!

    I have been told Kona is confiscating the bike and destroying those damn handlebars and horrible looking fender, and donating the bike to someone who normally couldn't afford a bike of that caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SingleSpeedPA
    UGLY!!!!!!!!!

    I have been told Kona is confiscating the bike and destroying those damn handlebars and horrible looking fender, and donating the bike to someone who normally couldn't afford a bike of that caliber.
    You have brought this up before. Joe-Kona has told you he thinks it is cool.

    Would i put drop bars on my personal Coiler? Nope. But i think it's way cool that Shiggy is doing it to his, make no mistake about it. His bike, he likes them, more power to him!

    That is, of course, if you're looking for some sort of "official" Kona statement on Shiggy's bike.

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    My friends at Kona have been asking if it ready to ride yet.

    You have no connection to Kona.
    You are not the fashion police.
    This is not your bike.
    You do not have to ride it.
    You do not have to look at it.
    They are drop bars, not damn bars.
    You should seek help for your fear of fenders.
    Get over it!
    Kona is not going to give you this bike no matter how much you are lusting for it.

    Go ride your MonoCog and forget about it.
    Hopefully there will not be something new on the trails that scares you too much.
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    Wow!

    Shiggy, Bravo!
    That's an awesome looking Coiler, and easily the most unique i've ever seen. Beats the pants off of Kevin's Coil-Air. I'd love to see that thing in our catalog next year...

    Oh, and i'f Kona DOES confiscate your bike, it will only be because we want to ride it.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe - Kona
    Shiggy, Bravo!
    That's an awesome looking Coiler, and easily the most unique i've ever seen. Beats the pants off of Kevin's Coil-Air. I'd love to see that thing in our catalog next year...

    Oh, and if Kona DOES confiscate your bike, it will only be because we want to ride it.

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    I will have to make a trip up to ride Galbraith (sp) with you guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    I will have to make a trip up to ride Galbraith (sp) with you guys.
    That would be great. Just let us know when. The trails are dry, since we haven't gotten any rain lately... i'm hoping we do get some rain, otherwise the trails will get rutted out this summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    I will have to make a trip up to ride Galbraith (sp) with you guys.
    LOL, I don't think they would allow you across the border with that!

    Why ruin such a beautiful bike?

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    I dont see why you have to bash his bike so much. It has already been pointed out that it is HIS bike NOT YOURS. Dont be a hater, envy can be an ugly thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SingleSpeedPA
    LOL, I don't think they would allow you across the border with that!
    What border? Your ignorance is showing.
    Why ruin such a beautiful bike?
    By going to Bellingham, Washington to ride?


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    Not my style but more power to you. Individualism and creativity are two of the greatest traits anyone can possess. Right on brother - happy trails!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Mostly together. Front fender and a few adjustments to finish.
    Stem shot


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    Nice bike.

    Are the handlebars custom, or are they usually used on a different kind of bike? Could you have regular trigger shifters with them and still reach the brakes easily?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuruAtma
    Nice bike.

    Are the handlebars custom, or are they usually used on a different kind of bike? Could you have regular trigger shifters with them and still reach the brakes easily?
    The bars are older WTB offroad dropbars. Made for mtbs. mtb levers do not fit and are the wrong shape for drops.

    On-One Midge bars are the drops to get for off road use now (mine are in the mail).
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    QUestion for ya shiggy

    Is it hard to drop/jump with thoses bars? It seems like it would stretch out the cockpit so are they better for climbing? thanks alot man
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    It is a higher/shorter, more upright position than my XC bike. I can do small drops and jumps just fine on the XC bike.
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    Where are you going to relocate that rear fender to? It has to be hitting the ST.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acme54321
    Where are you going to relocate that rear fender to? It has to be hitting the ST.
    No contact yet as far as I can tell. I will trim the fender if needed.
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    Hey Shiggy...not to hijack the thread, but how close to the WTB bars are the On-One in shape? I barely remember the WTB dirt drops, but the Midge looks bent closer to the road shape.

    For XC they would seem better than bar ends. I tend to ruin bar ends in one way or another fairly easily, so I went with a wider bar...which means a shallow rise bar for me. I like my Titec HellBent flattrackers at 25" wide, and the Easton MonkeyLite low rise. Just looking at other options.

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    Different and nice bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronk
    Hey Shiggy...not to hijack the thread, but how close to the WTB bars are the On-One in shape? I barely remember the WTB dirt drops, but the Midge looks bent closer to the road shape.

    For XC they would seem better than bar ends. I tend to ruin bar ends in one way or another fairly easily, so I went with a wider bar...which means a shallow rise bar for me. I like my Titec HellBent flattrackers at 25" wide, and the Easton MonkeyLite low rise. Just looking at other options.
    Check Matt Chester's review of the Midge: On-One Midge bars = rad. [x-post SS/low-RPM forum]
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    Ok I have decided that the your bike looks cool dude. Also I have been thinking about drop bars myself. So what can you tell me about riding with drop bars on a mt bike? It sems like a good idea but I want to know how it feels with out shelling out the money for the bars and for a stem (I dont think mine would work with any of the drop bars I have seen but i dunno).

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    Quote Originally Posted by accorddude
    Ok I have decided that the your bike looks cool dude. Also I have been thinking about drop bars myself. So what can you tell me about riding with drop bars on a mt bike? It sems like a good idea but I want to know how it feels with out shelling out the money for the bars and for a stem (I dont think mine would work with any of the drop bars I have seen but i dunno).
    How do dropbars feel? Natural for me. I feel like I am riding IN the bike rather than ON the bike.

    You need a short reach, high rise stem to use drops on production mtb frames. It is easier to setup with the On-One Midge dropbars.
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    The bars look OK Siggy but I could never use them on my ride for a few reasons.

    Drop bars on my ride would force me to lean forward more - can't have that my back can't take it.

    Also my current hardware setup isn't compatible.

    Not to mention all my friends would laugh me off the trail.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197
    The bars look OK shiggy but I could never use them on my ride for a few reasons.

    Drop bars on my ride would force me to lean forward more - can't have that my back can't take it.

    Also my current hardware setup isn't compatible.

    Not to mention all my friends would laugh me off the trail.


    My 3" risers do the best job for me!
    Ride what works for you!

    The way my drops are set up I do not lean forward any farther than a would with straight bars. When I am in the hooks my hands are in the same place.

    The drops on my Coiler are really close to the same position as the stock risers. I will have to try to get a side by side pic.

    My preferred position is fairly low and forward. I find it easier on my back and I get more power.

    Hardware: You can not use drops without a change in stem and levers. Hydro brakes are out, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Ride what works for you!

    The way my drops are set up I do not lean forward any farther than a would with straight bars. When I am in the hooks my hands are in the same place.

    The drops on my Coiler are really close to the same position as the stock risers. I will have to try to get a side by side pic.

    My preferred position is fairly low and forward. I find it easier on my back and I get more power.

    Hardware: You can not use drops without a change in stem and levers. Hydro brakes are out, too.
    Yeah I'm getting hydros here pretty soon and I run a 8-speed setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197
    Yeah I'm getting hydros here pretty soon and I run a 8-speed setup.
    You can use 9 speed shifters with 8 speed cassettes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    You can use 9 speed shifters with 8 speed cassettes.
    NO you can't due to the spacing of the rear cassette. 9 speed cassettes are nothing more than an 8 speed cogset squished closer together (hence the reason a narrower chain is required) and another cog is added. Therefore 8 speed shifters can't be used on a 9 speed cassette and the same holds true for a nine speed shifter - it can not be used for a 8 speed cassette because of the spacing between cogs. You would suffer from constant shifting problems and ghost shifting. 8 speed shifters can only be used for 8 speed cassettes or 7 speed cassettes because they both share the samne space between cogs. 9 speed shifters can only be used with 9 speed cassettes.

    The same holds true for rear derailluers - you can only use a 9 speed rear derailluer on a 9 speed setup, however a 9 speed rear derailluer can be used for 8 or 7 speed setups but a 7 or 8 speed derailluer can't be used for a 9 speed setup.

    ANYHOW - I try to stay away from putting anything "road bike" related on my ride. I don't like road bikes. And I don't like using STI shifters either - to much like the new dual control stuff and a bit too "road bikish" for my tastes.

    (By the way I got my info from Shimano and MBA magazine and personal experience.)
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    You are right about the shifters (my mistake) but wrong about the derailluers. 8 and 9 speed derailluers CAN be used with either 8 or 9 speed cassettes. It is the shifter that controls the amount the derailluer moves.

    No reason not to like road bikes. There are plenty of parts on a mtb that are road bike related.
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    Shigg....i like your over the top tastes. This bike has shiggy-stylie' embroidered from tip to tail....refreshing to see people build bikes that fit the individuals style and not copy the front cover a mtb action mag. Great job with the stem too !

    later, Chad

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    Thank you, Chad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    How do dropbars feel? Natural for me. I feel like I am riding IN the bike rather than ON the bike.

    You need a short reach, high rise stem to use drops on production mtb frames. It is easier to setup with the On-One Midge dropbars.
    What's the difference between a regular, every day trail care crew, and a "cream puff" trail care crew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SingleSpeedPA
    What's the difference between a regular, every day trail care crew, and a "cream puff" trail care crew?
    http://www.puff100.netfirms.com
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    Sorry, but i have to honest and say that the colour scheme is just nasty in my opinion.

    Personally, i think the setup would look a lot better by being more subtle and co-ordinating with the original. If your decals and custom parts were silver, greys and blacks then the whole bike would have a much more "ohhh thats different, thats well done"

    somthing like




    To me, it just smacks of colour for the sake of colour.

    How you do you bike it up is upto you and fair play, if its how you like to ride, then thumbs up .... i'm cool with that.


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    Some people are afraid of color.
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    Nice looking ride

    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Some people are afraid of color.
    The build and colors are unique, and seem to fit you like a glove, Shiggy. Excellent looking bike. Don't let anyone tell you different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donboyfisher
    Sorry, but i have to honest and say that the colour scheme is just nasty in my opinion.

    Personally, i think the setup would look a lot better by being more subtle and co-ordinating with the original. If your decals and custom parts were silver, greys and blacks then the whole bike would have a much more "ohhh thats different, thats well done"


    To me, it just smacks of colour for the sake of colour.
    On second thought, you are right. color is overrated!
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    Eeeeeek

    No offense, but that bike is just a travesty poor color and component design. It's like putting green curb-whiskers on a Ferrari you just painted fluorescent orange. Sure, it is his and all the power to him, but does he usually ride with a helmet? I think we are seeing the sorrowful effect of a head injury here, folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcheringa
    No offense, but that bike is just a travesty poor color and component design. It's like putting green curb-whiskers on a Ferrari you just painted fluorescent orange. Sure, it is his and all the power to him, but does he usually ride with a helmet? I think we are seeing the sorrowful effect of a head injury here, folks.
    LOL! If you really meant "no offense" you would not have posted!

    Care to explain the "poor ... component design"?

    Everything on the bike is totally functional. It is more monster truck than Ferrari. Color is a personal choice (Hey, aren't Ferraris RED?). I am not afraid of color unlike some people. Helps me find my bike in the woods!
    The yellow saddle is gone - for functional reasons. Replaced with a more comfortable one.

    I always wear a helmet. I can still think for myself and I think outside the box.
    What a concept!

    One of the best things about my bikes is they make other people think!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Care to explain the "poor ... component design"?!
    I can - get some riser bars and be a normal rider like the rest of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197
    I can - get some riser bars and be a normal rider like the rest of us.
    So explain! There is a big difference in component selection and component design.

    I am normal but I will never be average.

    Here is how I use riser bars (on the left):

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    I now think the words "freak" and "disgrace" come to mind. I need to show your pics to a few friends of mine for a good laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197
    I now think the words "freak" and "disgrace" come to mind. I need to show your pics to a few friends of mine for a good laugh.
    I will accept "freak".

    "Disgrace"? If you are out there riding there is never disgrace.
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    Your words cheer me up.

    Just one question Shiggy - it seems riding drop bars or upside down riser would make one lean more forward on a bike. Seems like the more I lean over a bike the more my back hurts so I prefer a ride that I don't have to lean over so much on. So what gives?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197
    Your words cheer me up.

    Just one question Shiggy - it seems riding drop bars or upside down riser would make one lean more forward on a bike. Seems like the more I lean over a bike the more my back hurts so I prefer a ride that I don't have to lean over so much on. So what gives?
    That's the point. I like a long and low position. I have more control and power in that position. I also prefer weight on the front wheel.
    My back hurts if I am too upright. The drops on my Coiler are as high as I dare go and are about the same as the stock risers (a bit more reach).
    Drops get me a better hand/wrist/elbow/shoulder alignment that I can not get any other way.
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    I guess we are exactly the opposite then. My back kills me if I am too low. Anyhow...
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    ugly as he!!

    What the f@#% were you thinking when you added all that $hit to that beautiful bike, please take off all the crap at once

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