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    Integral seat/post - 165g, 30$

    Who will be the first to try it? Not me

    Stripped down, bare bones seat/post combo for riders who want featherweight function over comfort. No padding slimline plastic saddle bonded to an alloy post which does away with heavy rails and guts. This also allows the saddle to sit lower than a regular set up.

    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...?ModelID=47870
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    It doesn't look like the seat angle is adjustable.
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    that seatpost/saddle combo is used on DJ/street bikes. as you can see, seatpost is very short.


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    Awesome bike, love the left hand sided crank/ drivetrain as well. What make is the frame?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smart Sam
    Awesome bike, love the left hand sided crank/ drivetrain as well. What make is the frame?
    Left hand drive?

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    The frame is a 2009 NS Capital2.

    edit - I'll also note that since it uses a BMX BB (Spanish) and BMX hub spacing (110x14mm), running it with the drivetrain on the left side is very easy. Most BMX cranks come with the option to run it on either side, and many BMX hubs also have this option. Clears the drivetrain out of the way should you want to grind.

    edit no.2 - It is indeed LHD, note how the logos are backwards in flyag1's picture.

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    Not to mention the original pic the disc caliper mount of the fork is the same side as the drivetrain...

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