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    Post Your P. Series Bike!

    OK,

    here, post up your specialized P. bikes. Doesnt matter what year, model, or upgrades. I think a lot of people own these (at least from the DJ section), so lets see what you've got!

    To start things off, here is my brand new, Specialized P.1 2007 STOCK! I erally like the look and feel of it (while riding)


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    Alrighty then... 2004/2005 Specialized P.1...everything has changed except the frame, seat, seatpost, stem and handlebar.



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    thats a sick bike. The thing i like about that frame is its weight. im not complaining about mine, but that is dayum light!

    nice bike man.
    jea.

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    see my sig for mine. tons of upgrade coming soontime:

    - Truvativ Hussefelt Crankset
    - Truvativ Boxguide
    - Shimano DX PDMX-30 Pedals
    - Titec El Norte Comp Bar
    - Truvativ Hussefelt Stem
    - Sun Rhynolite Rims laced to Shimano Deore Disc hubs

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    Started out with the frame, headset, bb and back wheel. built it up on a budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheProphet
    Alrighty then... 2004/2005 Specialized P.1...everything has changed except the frame, seat, seatpost, stem and handlebar.



    Call Specialized monday and ask if it is okay to use the King Headset.I ovalized mine in 2 weeks.Specialized uses a 34.0 HT diameter,King uses 33.9 HT diameter

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    Yea I am aware of that. I ran a pewter CK for about 11 months, no problems. I could move the bottom cup a little when I put in the green on but I used green lock tight to help with that. I keep a close eye on this thing as far as problems go so if I notice anything that is irregular I address it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheProphet
    Yea I am aware of that. I ran a pewter CK for about 11 months, no problems. I could move the bottom cup a little when I put in the green on but I used green lock tight to help with that. I keep a close eye on this thing as far as problems go so if I notice anything that is irregular I address it.
    Any movement is bad.Your frame is worthless now.You can order special oversized cups from CK, but it will cost you.

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    Frame seems fine to me. Im just going to ride it and beat the hell out of it, then look into a new frame. I've been thinking about seeing if I can get a 07 P3 frame from Specialized because I like the color.
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    damn. some nice p. bikes out there. anyone else?
    jea.

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    anyone.
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    [went to another home]
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    Here is my old 2005 P.2. I added somethings to it so I could trail ride it as well. I think the overall weight of my DJ/trail bike was around 35 pounds. But it was still better than pedalling around a 45 pound Demo 9.
    Anyways here it is. I had taken it off the bike rack so that is why the seat is so high.
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    2006 P.1, australia model (don't worry, the reflectors have gooooone )

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    Action shots are so much better


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    nice bikes everyone. Man - wwhen the snow clears im gonnna make a sick gif like that 1 ^

    the australian model looks SICK!

    and sam - is that an argyle? how is it>?
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    I'll play. Bought the frame from some dude on here. Frame is tweaked in the rear triangle somehow...so somewhere down the road I need to get something else - but I made it work for now as a beater.

    If the rig made the rider, I'd be pro...

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    It should be tweaked because there is an offset by 6mm in every P bike I believe. At least there is on my 04/05 P1. Not sure about the newest ones, but yours should be the saem as mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ontario_bike
    nice bikes everyone. Man - wwhen the snow clears im gonnna make a sick gif like that 1 ^

    the australian model looks SICK!

    and sam - is that an argyle? how is it>?
    Yeah. It's the Argyle 302. I just got it about a month ago, so I don't have much ride time on it aside from a trip to Ray's MTB and some small street riding (I hate winter). It seems extremely stiff and pretty indestructible so far. I can feel the weight increase from the Psylo I had on there before.. but the overall weight distribution of the bike seems to be more balanced now. So I guess that's a good thing. I kind of like the simplicity of the 302. There's only a rebound adjustment knob, but it works well.
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    If the rig made the rider, I'd be pro...

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    Here is my newly upgraded P.1.

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    DUDE! thats pretty nasty. how much was the DJ // ? and ... what did you do with your pike? are u selling itt???? :
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbiker731
    I'll play. Bought the frame from some dude on here. Frame is tweaked in the rear triangle somehow...so somewhere down the road I need to get something else - but I made it work for now as a beater.

    a beater? that thing is pretty sick. is that PIKE adjustable?
    jea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontario_bike



    Your bike has a drool factor of 5
    Everyones got a little weight weinee in them

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontario_bike
    DUDE! thats pretty nasty. how much was the DJ // ? and ... what did you do with your pike? are u selling itt???? :
    About $400 some retail I believe. The Pike is on my Prophet now. Anyone want a Lefty?
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