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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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    Thanks

    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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    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

    Louis- No Peter, those are cheerios

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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)
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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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