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    Chainstay measurements? El G. - Supermoto

    I'm looking into replacement chainstay for my Quasi, or at least thinking about it, and wondering if that from one of these bikes may bolt-on.

    It's barely possible that they may, if the main pivot is "close enough" and the steatstay mounts (e.g. horst-link joint) are compatible.

    Anybody tried something like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bear
    I'm looking into replacement chainstay for my Quasi, or at least thinking about it, and wondering if that from one of these bikes may bolt-on.

    It's barely possible that they may, if the main pivot is "close enough" and the steatstay mounts (e.g. horst-link joint) are compatible.

    Anybody tried something like this?
    FWIW, the supermoto and motolite (FR stays) are one-and-the-same. I'd be surprised if the Quasi is any different...besides, the Supermoto is just an updated Quasi.

    I bet you could use a later model Moto stay (lighter). Not sure of the El G...it does have a longer published CS length (17.36) than all other Titus models (16.85).
    Extreme stationary biker.

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    The El G. chainstay definitely has a different angle from the pivot/knuckle to the long spar of the chainstay. That's the one real worry that I'd have with it.

    I may have had a local come up with an actual Quasi stay, but going to keep my options open until things resolve. ;^)

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