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    Quote Originally Posted by zahgurim
    I just noticed this forum!

    Here's my urban/park playbikey. She's fun:


    i wanna check that bike out more, do you got a link to the manufactor or the like? THX

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    My Molly...


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    Quote Originally Posted by rush340
    My stock P.2, bought new in '04. New fork coming very soon, and does anybody know if I can fit an e.13 bash guard over the Truvativ BoxGuide? I'm surprised my chainwheel is only slightly bent for how many times I've hit it.

    you cant, unless you take off the upper "box" part. just make it into a SS, thats what i'm going to do. dont have to deal w/ gears and could have a bashguard
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    Quote Originally Posted by travis712
    i wanna check that bike out more, do you got a link to the manufactor or the like? THX
    www.identitibikes.com

    There's a great thing called google.

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    Molly's hot.... too bad I can't find one... what hub are you rocking? why don't you go left hand drive since you grind on the right?
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    tires

    Hi. What tires are those? I can see the front one is a Kenda, but which model? The rear one looks interesting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    Molly's hot.... too bad I can't find one... what hub are you rocking? why don't you go left hand drive since you grind on the right?
    There are two on the left side Just can't see them in the pic. The rear hub is an Odyssey.


    The front tire is a Kenda Kinipion the rear is a Specialized Comp....

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    front is a Kenda Kiniption 2.3, sweet urban tire, I have one in the back since it has tread on the sidewall so I don't have to worry about the sidewall when grinding or on wallrides... reminds me of the old snafu rimjob a bit.... I have no clue what that back one was, I was wondering the same thing actually, maybe a bmx cruiser 24X1.9 or something... I'm still drooling over that rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    www.identitibikes.com

    There's a great thing called google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by free-rider_down-hiller
    My urban/fr HT
    what size? how does it ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zahgurim
    I just noticed this forum!

    Here's my urban/park playbikey. She's fun:


    dude sweet ride! what fork is that? shiver? how does it ride?

    cheers

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    Here's my pretty much stock 05 P.2. It's got Maxxis Hookworms and odi lock-ons. This pic was from the day I got it.


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    Here's my 04' p.2, and a couple pics in action
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    Quote Originally Posted by RYAN E
    Here's my 04' p.2, and a couple pics in action
    dude, what size cog are you running in the back, what size in the front ? I'm thinking of dropping my P.2 into a SS. right now I have a 36 up front, but will change it out to a 32 tooth. what should I run in back ?
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    See what gear you're mashing in the most, calculate the gear ratio, recalculate with the 32t ring.

    Most people start with a 2:1 and work from there.

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    I was thinking of doing the same thing. RYAN E, are you not using a chain tensioner? I would love to go singlespeed, but I dont like the look of tensioners and wouldn't mind dismissing the extra cost associated with them if it is at all possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56Bulldogs
    I was thinking of doing the same thing. RYAN E, are you not using a chain tensioner? I would love to go singlespeed, but I dont like the look of tensioners and wouldn't mind dismissing the extra cost associated with them if it is at all possible.
    P.bikes have horizontal drops. No need for those crappy spring loaded tensioners. If you don't have horizontal dropouts, get a Shadow Conspiracy Interloc v2 half-link chain. It really lets you dial in the chain length.

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    My Soul Cycle

    Here is my Soul Cycles Titan and my kids DK ripper.
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    haha, that mini general lee is sick

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    Quote Originally Posted by japollner
    haha, that mini general lee is sick

    Agreed.

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    I went with an atomlab SS kit it works perfect.It came with an 18 tooth cog but i put a 16 on it.I run 32-16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    Sick MK3 come on guys this really isnt fair as my .:R32 has been at the flipping dealer for the past 3 weeks with a spun first cylnder rod bearing and I have been forced to drive the loner Jetta from the dealer

    Thoes pic's are killing me , so much so I migh just go intot he shop and build myself a new bike wainting for the .:R's return Hello new motor
    i hope you upgraded. i'd never spend money on motor repairs that were expensive unless i was upgrading, but then again idk if you are getting it done under warrenty. if i had an r32 and i had those failures it would me its time for a set of forged pistons and a big turbo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by noPHEAR
    Damn man, that frame and fork both look custom painted, sweet!!!!!!1111!!!!1111!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomrcrkhsbiker
    Damn man, that frame and fork both look custom painted, sweet!!!!!!1111!!!!1111!!!!!!
    looks like stickers on the fork. but i do like the red on the brakes, i think that is the first jackal that i have ever liked. congratulations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBsoxB
    looks like stickers on the fork. but i do like the red on the brakes, i think that is the first jackal that i have ever liked. congratulations.
    yah, now that I look again, they are stickers

    The red hubs and brakes are sweet too

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibanezrg520kid
    i hope you upgraded. i'd never spend money on motor repairs that were expensive unless i was upgrading, but then again idk if you are getting it done under warrenty. if i had an r32 and i had those failures it would me its time for a set of forged pistons and a big turbo!!
    yup, a BIG K4 turbo, full exhaust and a chip!

    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    Sick MK3 come on guys this really isnt fair as my .:R32 has been at the flipping dealer for the past 3 weeks with a spun first cylnder rod bearing and I have been forced to drive the loner Jetta from the dealer

    Thoes pic's are killing me , so much so I migh just go intot he shop and build myself a new bike wainting for the .:R's return Hello new motor
    Touche´...thats exactly what you need is another bike! Sorry, I just had to be a hater for a sec. We should start a cars/bikes thread, not necessarily just v-dubs (well we could), but a thread for people to post their bikes on the rack or next to their rides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Se@n
    The front tire is a Kenda Kinipion the rear is a Specialized Comp....
    Thanks Se@n. I've wondered what the Spec Comp looked liked... first time I've seen it mounted on a bike... Sweet!
    Better to have and not need it, than to need it and not have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomrcrkhsbiker
    yah, now that I look again, they are stickers

    The red hubs and brakes are sweet too

    Thanks guys :].

    Yup, stickers on the fork.. and a homemade sticker on the frame.


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    My $22 urban/DJ/park beater. Built with only spares and donated parts from friends.




    She may be a peice, but I bet my smile is as big as your at the park.
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    now, go dig a giant hole and bury your dumb ass in it....

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    My Voodoo

    Some highlights-Funn Triple box rear rim on surly hub
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    juic7 5 front/avid sd ultimate rear
    Peter- Oh My God! There's a hidden message in my alphabits!!
    It says: OOOOOOOOOOO

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneder
    yup, a BIG K4 turbo, full exhaust and a chip!



    Touche´...thats exactly what you need is another bike! Sorry, I just had to be a hater for a sec. We should start a cars/bikes thread, not necessarily just v-dubs (well we could), but a thread for people to post their bikes on the rack or next to their rides.

    YEs .. it getting covered under warrenty ... but I this is what I had in mind when she comes back with a new motor ..........

    StreetWerke 480 turbo system
    Garrett GT35R dual ball-bearing & water-cooled GT Series turbocharger with 3" V-band downpipe connection
    Stainless steel braided Teflon oil and coolant lines with AN fittings
    Aircraft grade -10AN oil return fitting assembly
    Heatshielding and thermal protection
    OEM Exhaust manifold gaskets
    Streetwerke proprietary cast turbo exhaust manifold with integrated dual primary oxygen sensor ports and wastegate flange boss
    TiAl external 38mm wastegate, return vented into exhaust stream as standard (for quiet operation)
    Front mounted intercooler assembly with efficient Garrett bar & plate design and cast end tanks (same unit used on GT480-GT620)
    Streetwerke proprietary software (reprogrammed factory ECU), tuned by APR
    APR's EMCS FlipSwitch technology that enables multiple software programs to be stored in the ECU with driver program selection by simply using the cruise control stalk (91 octane, 93 octane, 100 octane, Valet, Anti-Theft)
    Mandrel-bent stainless steel and aluminum charge air piping with bead rolls, matte Black powder coated (available in polished as an option)
    Custom wrapped silicone hose connectors and associated "T-bolt" stainless steel clamps
    Streetwerke proprietary high-flow fuel injectors with electrical connectors
    High-flow turbo intake filter
    High-flow Greddy RS adjustable turbo bypass valve (recirculating configuration with all hoses and hardware included)
    3" diameter stainless steel turbo downpipe with flex section and V-band clamps
    3" diameter high-flow metal matrix "race" catalytic converter section with V-band clamps, connects to stock exhaust
    Streetwerke proprietary auxiliary high-flow fuel pump (plug-n-play) with 12v+ power relay and electrical wiring
    Larger diameter Bosch high-flow Mass Air Flow sensor assembly
    Streetwerke multi-layer composite head gasket assembly (lowers static compression ratio)
    Raceware high-tensile R32 specific head studs
    Software upgrade
    Aftermarket exhaust is mandatory (not included), clutch upgrade is recommended
    2 year unlimited mileage warranty is standard on all kit components
    Available for installation at Streetwerke and our network of certified dealers throughout geographic regions in the US
    24 hours estimated installation time (not included in the price of the kit)
    480hp/400lb-ft
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    YEs .. it getting covered under warrenty ... but I this is what I had in mind when she comes back with a new motor ..........

    StreetWerke 480 turbo system
    Garrett GT35R dual ball-bearing & water-cooled GT Series turbocharger with 3" V-band downpipe connection
    Stainless steel braided Teflon oil and coolant lines with AN fittings
    Aircraft grade -10AN oil return fitting assembly
    Heatshielding and thermal protection
    OEM Exhaust manifold gaskets
    Streetwerke proprietary cast turbo exhaust manifold with integrated dual primary oxygen sensor ports and wastegate flange boss
    TiAl external 38mm wastegate, return vented into exhaust stream as standard (for quiet operation)
    Front mounted intercooler assembly with efficient Garrett bar & plate design and cast end tanks (same unit used on GT480-GT620)
    Streetwerke proprietary software (reprogrammed factory ECU), tuned by APR
    APR's EMCS FlipSwitch technology that enables multiple software programs to be stored in the ECU with driver program selection by simply using the cruise control stalk (91 octane, 93 octane, 100 octane, Valet, Anti-Theft)
    Mandrel-bent stainless steel and aluminum charge air piping with bead rolls, matte Black powder coated (available in polished as an option)
    Custom wrapped silicone hose connectors and associated "T-bolt" stainless steel clamps
    Streetwerke proprietary high-flow fuel injectors with electrical connectors
    High-flow turbo intake filter
    High-flow Greddy RS adjustable turbo bypass valve (recirculating configuration with all hoses and hardware included)
    3" diameter stainless steel turbo downpipe with flex section and V-band clamps
    3" diameter high-flow metal matrix "race" catalytic converter section with V-band clamps, connects to stock exhaust
    Streetwerke proprietary auxiliary high-flow fuel pump (plug-n-play) with 12v+ power relay and electrical wiring
    Larger diameter Bosch high-flow Mass Air Flow sensor assembly
    Streetwerke multi-layer composite head gasket assembly (lowers static compression ratio)
    Raceware high-tensile R32 specific head studs
    Software upgrade
    Aftermarket exhaust is mandatory (not included), clutch upgrade is recommended
    2 year unlimited mileage warranty is standard on all kit components
    Available for installation at Streetwerke and our network of certified dealers throughout geographic regions in the US
    24 hours estimated installation time (not included in the price of the kit)
    480hp/400lb-ft
    18.85psi boost
    Oh, thats ALL you have in mind? Fahk, I would get myself into soooo much trouble with that motor, scratch that, car. If you get that built you should be able to run with just about anything on the street and then some. I have seen you and garsons bikes, so I am really not surprised, at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneder
    Oh, thats ALL you have in mind? Fahk, I would get myself into soooo much trouble with that motor, scratch that, car. If you get that built you should be able to run with just about anything on the street and then some. I have seen you and garsons bikes, so I am really not surprised, at all.
    Thanks
    Faster than most cars on some superbikes is what I'm shooting for 0-60 in under 3.2sec !!
    Should be a fun little car once I'm done with her , just gotta remember to keep it under 100mph

    Thanks for the great compliments on our bikes too , were pleased on how they have been coming out ! Stay tuned got some new stuff ready to show off in the next week or so !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    Thanks
    Faster than most cars on some superbikes is what I'm shooting for 0-60 in under 3.2sec !!
    Should be a fun little car once I'm done with her , just gotta remember to keep it under 100mph

    Thanks for the great compliments on our bikes too , were pleased on how they have been coming out ! Stay tuned got some new stuff ready to show off in the next week or so !!
    Under 100, the way you're building it, it would be a shame to run it below 100mph! AWD should definitely help yourealize your superbike aspirations too. Must go tend to BBQ and fat tire ale now!

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    Anodized hub?

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    Why is that so surprising?

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    Anodizing is the new brakeless. Everthing old is new, just wait until I bust out my 24" Skyway Tuff II mags.

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    i used to have a pretty cool steel head i painted it camo and than put shivers on it, it had azonic otlaws and a race face stem/ bars, and azonic 454 cranks,
    i sold it and missed it so i built this up for $100.00 !!! not to bad for 100 $$
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    Heh, red Hadley hub.

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    ok, no more stickers.

    it's very clean and fixed now (no noise at all!) and very solid feeling.
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    yes, i am a Nicolai brand whore




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    JB,, what seat you got der?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAvo
    yes, i am a Nicolai brand whore

    wtf you have two nicolais

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomrcrkhsbiker
    wtf you have two nicolais

    lol nah i wish. changed from the 2mxtb to the BMXTB

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneder
    Under 100, the way you're building it, it would be a shame to run it below 100mph! AWD should definitely help yourealize your superbike aspirations too. Must go tend to BBQ and fat tire ale now!

    No no dont get me wrong I'll run her flat out when I can jsut need to remember to keep it under 100mph around town , that the new go straight to jail speed in Cali now
    So fun is going to be limited to twisty back roads !

    Funny I was BBQing all weekend as well
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    Here is my Chase 4, singlespeed. I replaced the Dirt Jam Comp with a DLR2 lefty, and the BB5 with a set of Magura Louise FR's in 180mm.
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    Now THAT is some sickness.

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    Chase 3
    Manitou Sherman Flick 130-90mm
    single speed conversion - best decision Ive made in a while, although the chain is kind of slack... between the number of teeth on the cogs and the number of male/female chain links + vertical dropouts = slack, but I dont mind, it works flawlessly.
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    That's REALLY slack. Get a Shadow Conspiracy Interloc v2 half-link chain. You'll REALLY be able to dial in the chain length. One of the best investments for an abuse-worthy SS rig.

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    Jackal currently set up as a singlespeed.

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    Picked it up this morning




    Quote Originally Posted by coma13
    it's short but it's pretty.... just like a guatemalan hooker...

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    Black Market MOB (FOR SALE)
    Profile Madera cranks 175/euro (FOR SALE)
    Hope Mini hydro (FOR SALE)
    Manitou Gold Label Series 2 80mm
    Atom Lab 24's
    DK 30t sprocket
    14t rear cog
    Shadow seat
    Shadow interlock chain
    Deity bars sprayed flat black (FOR SALE)
    Danger Boy stem (FOR SALE)
    I'd sell the entire package for the right price. I am working on another build right now and could use the $$$$.

    DAMN. I cannot get my pics to load for some reason. I will keep working at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leethal


    Union-Street Bikes Frame
    Sherman Jumper- Spring Mod
    SIC Stem and Bars
    Animal- Pegs, Chainwheel, Bar ends, Grips
    Oddysey Cranks, Gyro, and Rear Hub
    Hadley Front hub
    Sun BFR's
    Specialized Compound Tires
    Shadow Conspiracy Seat
    Thomson Post
    Diacompe 990's
    King Headset

    What is the spring mod everyone is doing on their Manitou forks? Just lowering the fork or doing something more???? I have a Gold Label Series 2 (06 model) with the stiff spring sitting at 80. I'd like to get it around 65-70.

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    New bike and loner car pic's

    Ok been working on this side project latley , I wanted to do a production frame overseas so people could get the feel of a Nemesis Project bike with all the cool features at a bargin price and make these bikes availible so people dont have to wait months at a time for one of my frames ! I also wanted to make them "cheep " enough so pretty much anyone could get one . I got the first sample in last week and I'm very pleased
    it's going to be a production frame built in Taiwan by the same people who built the frames for the BMX company FLY
    The frames will be spec'd with my angles and a few new features I had in mind that the people overseas could make very easily !!!
    We designed the frames here in the U.S. and specd all the tubes materials then worked with the engineers in Taiwan to best utilize there manufactoring capibilties .
    I am super impressed with the quaility of the samples and other than a few little changes these first samples are very close to the frames we will be selling

    Here are a few pic's of one of the samples chilling next to the loner Jetta
    sorry for the pixleflouge ... gotta wait untill interbike to see the whole thing !
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    heres mine for 1 more week






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    Where did you get a pink chain??? I want one.

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    Where did you get a pink chain??? I want one.
    KMC. They are making a number of colors.

    Here is a link to a shop. Not the best prices, but they seem to have most of the colors.

    I had a blue one on a bike that I sold back in Aprll, and I still have a pink one that I put on this fixed gear I built this spring. The powdercoat seems to last on them. I saw one of the red ones that looked almost like a metallic flake finish.
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    Evil,, what gear ratio and rear hub you runnin?

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    The rear hub is a Sun-Ringle 10/12mm through axle hub with a piece of toptub material 31.8mm cut to make a single speed spacer , in the rear I have a 12T cog , up front I'm running a 23T Animal sprocket

    I got the PINK chain at Interbike from the Tip-Plus guys !!
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    My mob. I got a new seat(shadow slim/thomson post) coming for it, im selling the ibeam.

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    Samalter, you have a sweet bike!!!

    I'll post my DOC soon, I may get a Tonic Fab Fall Guy soon here instead, we'll see what happens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    The rear hub is a Sun-Ringle 10/12mm through axle hub with a piece of toptub material 31.8mm cut to make a single speed spacer , in the rear I have a 12T cog , up front I'm running a 23T Animal sprocket

    I got the PINK chain at Interbike from the Tip-Plus guys !!

    you should consider selling single speed spacer kits, there are ones out there that are ok, like gusset, but dont give you that much adjustability for your chain line. then theres the Fabonici thats like $30 for just spacers. I have some spacers from wheels mfg. but they werent the cheapest, and i still needed to use the plastic cassette spacers. maybe offer a kit with a couple of thicker ones and a few thinner ones to adjust the chain line. Throw in teh fact that they are from *Nemesis* and they should sell like hot cakes.

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    Hey fiddy_ryder... check out the Quamen bikes SS kit for an mtb cassette hub... talk about adjustable! that is genius, I'm surpised it took this long to see something like that though. I'd imagine it's pricey... (I'm just glad I could get my hands on a 135mm SS cassette hub, no kits for me, and zero-dish on top too...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    Hey fiddy_ryder... check out the Quamen bikes SS kit for an mtb cassette hub... talk about adjustable! that is genius, I'm surpised it took this long to see something like that though. I'd imagine it's pricey... (I'm just glad I could get my hands on a 135mm SS cassette hub, no kits for me, and zero-dish on top too...)
    i saw that, but im figuring out what SS hub i want, and i figured a pimp semi custom steel spacer kit would do for now.

    what hub you runnin? im thinkin hadley or hope but the damn hubs cost half as much as my frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiddy_ryder
    you should consider selling single speed spacer kits, there are ones out there that are ok, like gusset, but dont give you that much adjustability for your chain line. then theres the Fabonici thats like $30 for just spacers. I have some spacers from wheels mfg. but they werent the cheapest, and i still needed to use the plastic cassette spacers. maybe offer a kit with a couple of thicker ones and a few thinner ones to adjust the chain line. Throw in teh fact that they are from *Nemesis* and they should sell like hot cakes.


    Haaaahahahah that's kinda a good idea .... not too sure I could make them any better ??
    But I can always make them cooler i was going to but a set of the Fibanochi spacers untill Marshell told me that there jsut 1 1/2 material cut on a lathe .

    I went out tot he shop and made a spacer in about 2 min ..... finally got my chainline ajsuted today so the chain doesnt ride off the cog .... next thing to do is to get the spacer powder coated to match my frame
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    what hub you runnin? im thinkin hadley or hope but the damn hubs cost half as much as my frame
    yeah, those hadley, CK, hope, whatever SS hubs are Ridonkulously overpriced... it's insane... I'm running an Eastern SS 14mm X 135mm disc cassette hub, which is about 1/3 the cost of those, but still has the clicks! (you would need a frame that could accept, or be dremeled for a 14mm axle, but you can run pegs easier this way too...)
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    ic ,,, the 14mm axle....id prefer just to get 10mm axle'd hub, i wouldnt try and take a dremel to a steel frame, compressor and die grinder w/cut off wheel maybe, but not a dremel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    Ok been working on this side project latley , I wanted to do a production frame overseas so people could get the feel of a Nemesis Project bike with all the cool features at a bargin price and make these bikes availible so people dont have to wait months at a time for one of my frames ! I also wanted to make them "cheep " enough so pretty much anyone could get one . I got the first sample in last week and I'm very pleased
    it's going to be a production frame built in Taiwan by the same people who built the frames for the BMX company FLY
    The frames will be spec'd with my angles and a few new features I had in mind that the people overseas could make very easily !!!
    We designed the frames here in the U.S. and specd all the tubes materials then worked with the engineers in Taiwan to best utilize there manufactoring capibilties .
    I am super impressed with the quaility of the samples and other than a few little changes these first samples are very close to the frames we will be selling

    Here are a few pic's of one of the samples chilling next to the loner Jetta
    sorry for the pixleflouge ... gotta wait untill interbike to see the whole thing !
    Brad, what fork is that? Looks nice, as does the new bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ojai Bicyclist
    Brad, what fork is that? Looks nice, as does the new bike!

    It's my tuned 90mm 66vf2 .. that's the bike the scooter kid hit me on yesterday ... thanks for the complments on the bike BTW

    We jsut did a S load of updates ont he website .... always remember to check www.nemesisproject.com daily for updates
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    Here's my DOC:

    It's not a good pic at all but you get the idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiddy_ryder
    i saw that, but im figuring out what SS hub i want, and i figured a pimp semi custom steel spacer kit would do for now.

    what hub you runnin? im thinkin hadley or hope but the damn hubs cost half as much as my frame
    SS Disc hubs---CHEAP
    These hubs are pimp, and still only $35. Mine is holding up very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingduck
    SS Disc hubs---CHEAP
    These hubs are pimp, and still only $35. Mine is holding up very well.
    Ya I sencond this hub. I am running a 24" Bombshell Fat Boy with it and it has been 100% solid for the last 4 months.

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    but its a fycking tank at 650g....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiddy_ryder
    but its a fycking tank at 650g....
    Oh I don't care I ride a little SS Evil DOC.

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    im on a ToP.. i was trying to shed as much un-needed weight as possible. I got it down to a bit over 33 lbs. planning to throw on a set of profiles too. the hadley's and hopes are about half that, but around $300 a pop.. i should just say fyck the weight and get the nashbar hub.... decisions..

    does anyone know if its possible to run a 12t on the nashbar?
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    how do you guys size up frames for these bikes? is it just the same as other mountain bikes? or all based on preference (i.e smaller because it feels better, larger because ??...etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by psyber_0ptix
    how do you guys size up frames for these bikes? is it just the same as other mountain bikes? or all based on preference (i.e smaller because it feels better, larger because ??...etc)
    Whatever feels good. I usually size people up by top tube lengths for these kind of rides. Kindof like BMX.

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    I generally run the smallest size possible w/o having too much toe overlap. Works out to be about a 22-23" TT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiddy_ryder
    im on a ToP.. i was trying to shed as much un-needed weight as possible. I got it down to a bit over 33 lbs. planning to throw on a set of profiles too. the hadley's and hopes are about half that, but around $300 a pop.. i should just say fyck the weight and get the nashbar hub.... decisions..

    does anyone know if its possible to run a 12t on the nashbar?

    I was running a 12 tooth odyssey cog on my woodman hub. They are the same thing so it will work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theg1ant
    Picked it up this morning


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    wow, is that the pink-ish looking STP on the giant website ? on their website it looks like a maroon-pink color, how's it ride ? dare I say it....its sick
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    coming from a cannondale (superv) with no toptube, hows sizing done exactly?

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    My P1

    Just need to get a new fork and ill be really happy with it.
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    Yo FIDDY...

    i am runnign a coalition seat, and ask Ricky about his spacers, if you haven't already... he did something like flipping the gussett kit so it is like \I/ not /I\

    and are you sure you want the profiles??? they are crazy heavy...


    but your bike is looking nice SS now

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    damn, i didnt know those hubs were a pound and a half...its a really solid hub, great sounding...im running one(rebranded specialized).

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    This is for bikerdave52. WOW, what a pic. That is so cool to be able to catch a pic like that in midair. Cool shot. Great action pic.

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    heres my 03 or 04 jamis haha. with just a little bit of custom work to it
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    This is my urban/dj/little bit of free ride bike. I'm lovin it so far. Only payed 250 for the frame. Its got an 04 DJ 3 on it, truvativ cranks, hayes mx brakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BascoRider
    This is my urban/dj/little bit of free ride bike. I'm lovin it so far. Only payed 250 for the frame. Its got an 04 DJ 3 on it, truvativ cranks, hayes mx brakes.
    haha, looks like it needs a some assembly required stiker

    haha, looks like free rider made yet another bad joke ...again

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    hahaha, indeed...well, you saw the full build today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BascoRider
    hahaha, indeed...well, you saw the full build today.
    haha, too bad i didnt see it hit anything....that makes 3

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    Haha, next time...I promise. I just wasnt feelin the biking yesterday at all. Matt and I headed up to the jumps after building with you, and stuck around for like 20 mins and just headed home for the night.

    But after Rabbit on Saturday, I will be so insanely stoked on riding that I'll be up for anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BascoRider
    Haha, next time...I promise. I just wasnt feelin the biking yesterday at all. Matt and I headed up to the jumps after building with you, and stuck around for like 20 mins and just headed home for the night.

    But after Rabbit on Saturday, I will be so insanely stoked on riding that I'll be up for anything.
    **** im so excited, i cant wait

    im not goin to school tommorow and ill be thinking about it all day

    ill be there right at 10 am but i hope it doesnt rain

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    Yeah, me and matt will be there right at 10 as well. Forecast says no rain, just cloudy and 22 degrees. So thats not too bad of biking weather. I just hope its not too muddy and stuff so that the trails dont get too chewed up. I guess we will just have to be the first ones to hit em all so that we have nice smooth groomed trails to ride

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    Thought this was a thread for PICTURES OF BIKES not "Hey! lets have a tea party tomorrow!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by j77
    Thought this was a thread for PICTURES OF BIKES not "Hey! lets have a tea party tomorrow!"
    Easy killer, just the forum go where it may. We don't to start any flame wars. And guys please stay of course with posts.

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