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    Quote Originally Posted by Deerhill View Post
    That a 2.4" trail king in front? How much tire clearance in the 55 arch??
    No official measurement as of yet, but haven't had any issues with it.

    Here are some photos...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nzhumpy View Post
    I bought it just as On One/Planet X took over and this was the 2nd last medium they had in stock. I'm not sure how many Ti frames were built up (maybe someone with a bit of inside knowledge could tell us), but I haven't seen any others around.
    Just picked up an ebay ti Rockstar frame, and built it up with some unworthy spare parts. So far, this thing ROCKS...no pun intended.

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    Soon to be purchased 02' Quasi-Moto

    Hello All,

    I'm looking for any good info and opinions on my soon to be purchased 02' Titus Quasi-Moto bike! Here is what I know:

    It is a cross between downhill and cross country. It has cross country frame but bomber forks that lock out for uphill climbs. Most cross country forks have about 4 inch travel these have about 9 inch travel. Much much much lighter than downhill bike. Price will be $350. How does it sound/look?

    I'm currently riding a 95' Cannondale F600! I love the bike! But I'm looking for a FS Bike now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan810cows View Post
    Hello All,

    I'm looking for any good info and opinions on my soon to be purchased 02' Titus Quasi-Moto bike! Here is what I know:

    It is a cross between downhill and cross country. It has cross country frame but bomber forks that lock out for uphill climbs. Most cross country forks have about 4 inch travel these have about 9 inch travel. Much much much lighter than downhill bike. Price will be $350. How does it sound/look?

    I'm currently riding a 95' Cannondale F600! I love the bike! But I'm looking for a FS Bike now!
    That fork doesn't have anywhere near 9 inches of travel. More like 4 or 5 inches. Hard to tell exactly how much travel it has without knowing the specific model. $350 is decent as long as the bike doesn't need much work outside of a basic tune up.

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    Re: Titus Bike Pr0n



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    Titus Bike Pr0n

    Here is my bikey

    Rockstar. 25 pounds as I run

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    My EG

    Setup late last year. So gorgeous, yet versatile frame!

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    Phil. That's a awesome bike!🚵


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    Quote Originally Posted by protsi View Post
    Phil. That's a awesome bike!🚵


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    Thanks.

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    Sup guys, just figured I'd post my bike here since this thread and subforum seem pretty dead. I LOVE my titus, been riding it for 2 seasons now and it has not let me down yet. I use it for a trail bike and have ridden some gnarly terrain on it. Heres a pic of it from last year just after I built it.



    It's got some higher rise bars, XT front disk brakes, crankbrothers candy pedals, a KS i7r seat dropper on it now, with more goodies on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireinMTB View Post
    Sup guys, just figured I'd post my bike here since this thread and subforum seem pretty dead. I LOVE my titus, been riding it for 2 seasons now and it has not let me down yet. I use it for a trail bike and have ridden some gnarly terrain on it. Heres a pic of it from last year just after I built it.



    It's got some higher rise bars, XT front disk brakes, crankbrothers candy pedals, a KS i7r seat dropper on it now, with more goodies on the way.

    Man, that is nice. The ML is a great bike and your bike is a great example.
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    Titus Bike Pr0n

    I'm very very please with my rockstar and the ride is really awesome, track like a train and is not a boat anchor like others without braking the wallet. [IMG]http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/06/03/ybapuqyh.jpg[/


    And. Fireinmtb. Your ride look awesome too.

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    the scale is on pounds


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    Protsi, that thing is awesome.. and LIGHT. I bet that thing flys on singletrack and mobs on people in the technical climbs. Mines sub 30# using a bathroom scale, but I have not been able to accurately measure it yet.

    Although with it being a trail bike most of the parts on it are on the AM/trail spectrum and made to take serious abuse. I've got a dropper seatpost on the way for it too.. so excited about that one.

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    I believe that's my next move The dropper even I'm gone sacrificed some weight but I just a pound with luck.


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    Are there any if the old school Titus riders still hanging out in this thread? I'm still riding my old Racer X 29er, and it's still one of the best handling FS 29ers around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rearviewmirror View Post
    Are there any if the old school Titus riders still hanging out in this thread? I'm still riding my old Racer X 29er, and it's still one of the best handling FS 29ers around.

    That's a nice ride. No matter what year it is. My is not that old but is gone be around for long long time.


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    Hi all! Here's my baby


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    Nice bike. White look awesome


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    Some damn fine machines posted here. Just got a dropper post and I've been loving it. It becomes so second nature when you get used to it, I seriously use the thing 20+ times a ride.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lucifer View Post
    I finally finished my build over the weekend.
    Still working on fine tuning the setup.
    So far so great. What an awesome bike!




    5 years later and this is still my go to cross country bike. I have switched the tires and the saddle but otherwise its still perfect.

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    Me sending it on my 09 Titus motolite at the bike park, the rock on the left is the lip. Terrible screen cap, but you get the idea.



    So far I've ridden this bike in many different conditions, has yet to fail me.

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    Nice


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    13.6kg/30lb after ditching the chain guide and converted to tubeless.

    Phil

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    El guano. Nice bike. Love the blue rims. Can you post another pic ? The bike in the back don't let see it correctly the background don't help. Thanks.


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