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    2014 Octane One Void 3.0 build - need help

    I just picked up an Octane Void off CRC for $137 shipped

    Octane One Void 3.0 Frame 2014 | Chain Reaction Cycles

    This will be my first dirt jump build so I'm looking for a little guidance. I have an X-fusion Velvet that I'm planning to use for the fork, but beyond that I'm clueless as to what the rest of the build will be.

    I'm looking for suggestions on a wheelset under $300 and cranks under $150 total. I started researching BMX cranks and believe I need a 68mm euro bb for 19mm spindles, 3 - piece bmx crank arms/spindle, a spider, and a sprocket. Would it be cheaper to buy a mtb crank since they come already bundled with a BB, spider, and chainring?

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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    1. Profile BMX BB Kit: The Profile BMX BB kit includes bearings, spacers and washers necessary to complete your crankset. Compatible with 19mm (3/4") spindles.

    2. Stolen Mob Cranks: The Stolen Mob cranks are 3-pc tubular cranks made from heat-treated chromoly with a single pinch bolt in each arm, 19mm 8-spline chromoly spindle and 2 flush mount spindle bolts for a cleaner look.

    3. Stolen Cartwheel Sprocket 28t: The Stolen Cartwheel sprocket is forged and then CNC machined from 5mm thick 6061 aluminum, featuring an aggressive appearance with multiple cutouts to reduce weight, offset 1/8" teeth to improve chain alignment, and 2 sprocket bolt positions to extended sprocket life.

    Is this all I need for a complete crankset?

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    Nm, I'm going throw some Zee cranks on it. I've also decided on Azonic outlaws for the wheels. What's the thought on stem length, stem rise, handlebar width and rise?


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    Here's my build list:

    2014 Octane One Void 3.0 Frame
    X-Fusion Velvet RL2 - set at 100mm
    Octane One Warp 1 Integrated Headset, 1-1/8" (black)
    Shimano Zee M640 crankset (comes with 36t)
    Shimano Zee M640 34t chainring
    DMR single speed spacer kit 16t
    Azonic Outlaw 26" wheelset
    Santa Cruz Palmdale lock on grips (light blue)
    Octane One pivotol seat 2014
    Pivotal seat post
    Spank Spoon 762 mountain handlebar, 40mm rise, 31.8mm (grey)
    Spank Spoon MTN stem - 40mm Length, 31.8 (black)

    Thanks for all the help, LOL. Any feedback would help out a lot, this is my first dirt jump bike so I'm sure my component selection probably isn't the greatest.

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    The outlaws are good value for money. I love my x-fusion trace forks so if I ever get round to building a dedicated dirt jumper I'll probably go with a velvet fork.
    Post up some pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2 View Post
    The outlaws are good value for money. I love my x-fusion trace forks so if I very get round to building a dedicated dirt jumper I'll probably go with a velvet fork.
    Post up some pics.
    I only have the fork right now, frame is on the way. The rest has yet to be ordered. Here is the color scheme I'm going for:


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    Can't wait to see it built up, my cousin just ordered a Void frame, ridiculous deal from CRC.

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    Sounds like a sweet build!

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    Waiting on a few more parts. I cannot wait to put it together

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    All done. Just waiting on my redline chain tugs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasone510 View Post
    All done. Just waiting on my redline chain tugs...

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    Nice!

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