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    250 Stealth.







    New stuff:
    2007 Norco 250 frame - gear + Vbrake tabs and seat tube grinded. sprayed gloss black.
    Argyles lowered to 80mm
    Red Straitline lever blade - rather than my old gold lever.
    Colony Pivotal seat.
    MTX rims on stock hubs. rear 12t SS.
    Tioga FS-100 tires.
    Fit bmx cranks - have white NPJ cranks but fu>ked the spindle...

    Funn SMX stem, NemPro bars, Fly Rubens soon.
    New wheels at some stage too.

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    Those bikes ride awesome, enjoy it! It looks sexy as hell if you ask me

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    Damn, that is nice. No gimmicky colors or anything.

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    hahaha. Why you repaint its original pleasant color?
    Just wondering.. Is it custom built or upgraded stock bike?

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    red lever looks super nice.
    argyles look so much better with out the mint

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    Niiiice!
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    The internet sounds like a tough place to ride.

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    Wow the first picture I saw I was impressed by how clean and how neat your bike is!

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    Wow nice! But how's the clearence between the seat and back tire?
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    Soon to be bought:Blk Mrkt .357,BB7's, Simtra Bars/Stem, Specialized Pro Mag 2 Pedals

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    Quote Originally Posted by mesier
    hahaha. Why you repaint its original pleasant color?
    Just wondering.. Is it custom built or upgraded stock bike?
    I bought the frame, wheels second hand and added new parts and parts off my old bike onto it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Windowlicker
    red lever looks super nice.
    argyles look so much better with out the mint
    Without the mint?

    Quote Originally Posted by chillined
    Wow nice! But how's the clearence between the seat and back tire?
    Haa actually I caught my arse down there so I think there is to much of a gap

    Thanks for the comments, keep 'em coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jervis.G
    Without the mint?
    as in the color

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jervis.G
    I bought the frame, wheels second hand and added new parts and parts off my old bike onto it.
    Ok, dude! Go burn!

    My own 250 dirt custom build will complete soon....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windowlicker
    as in the color
    Are you talking about the Argyles? They are only 302s. Only 409s come in mint. Except for when bought on a brand new bike e.g. DBR Morning Glory and Brodie Cretin...

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    I like it! Very clean. I wish I could find some of those tires...

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    Very nice, very clean. Love the lack of color except the pedals and lever.

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    hot. love how clean it is.
    ridin in bmore

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    very clean looking rig

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    What do you think why Norco bikes not popular in US ?
    Even no Norco manufacturers forum here in mtbr.com.
    Also no one recommend Norco when somebody choose new bike or frame.
    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mesier
    What do you think why Norco bikes not popular in US ?
    Even no Norco manufacturers forum here in mtbr.com.
    Also no one recommend Norco when somebody choose new bike or frame.
    Why?
    It's cause Norco just came into the DJ, street scene 3-4 years ago. and their first bikes, weren't very good.
    2007 Ironhorse Yakuza Aniki
    Soon to be bought:Blk Mrkt .357,BB7's, Simtra Bars/Stem, Specialized Pro Mag 2 Pedals

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