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    What's up nino

    give us the scoop on your new bike.
    did you sell the scandium scott?
    can't wait
    thanks
    la vida sigue.

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    have you sold many vuelta brakes to buy the scale nino?
    maybe he is building a new sculpture copy

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaLóL
    have you sold many vuelta brakes to buy the scale nino?
    maybe he is building a new sculpture copy
    Hey Malol, when are you going to have the Spanish version of MTBR up and running?

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    just give me time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaLóL
    just give me time...
    Dont think you need much time. Just copy the MTBR site, use some online language converter, keep the links to the existing MTBR site and you have auto updates........

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    if you dont have enought time just stop wasting time here. come on, we will miss you...
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    lets go!

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    i´ll do the same thing that with my actual web; i´ll do a similar web but for people not welcome here.

    i´ll copy mtbr.com web for all the ones like me that are not welcome in this forum.

    by the way; do you know that i already have a website for all the ones who wanna sell components without paying for the classifieds? yeaaaahhh, i´ve got it, and i have been able to sell a few componets, and all my customers are really happy... it´s a pity that not everyone can say this.

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    hey charly i had a class mate who was from sao paulo. He told me brazilian girls are really nice. Why don´t you send a few pics instead of saying that?

    do you know how works the ignore funtion? if you don´t like what i write ignore me or just do not read it. i think it´s easy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaLóŒ
    ©?ll do the same thing that with my actual web; i?ll do a similar web but for people not welcome here.

    i?ll copy mtbr.com web for all the ones like me that are not welcome in this forum.

    by the way; do you know that i already have a website for all the ones who wanna sell components without paying for the classifieds? yeaaaahhh, i?ve got it, and i have been able to sell a few componets, and all my customers are really happy... it?s a pity that not everyone can say this.
    I have a camels toe that I would like to sell, will you be able to help me out?

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    sure

    send me the pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaLóL
    hey charly i had a class mate who was from sao paulo. He told me brazilian girls are really nice. Why don´t you send a few pics instead of saying that?

    do you know how works the ignore funtion? if you don´t like what i write ignore me or just do not read it. i think it´s easy...

    if you want to see pics of girls go to a porn forum.

    ignore function? that doesnt give you the right to post whatever you want herer. there are rules here and althought the moderator doesnt moderate anything people here are not very happy to see this forum being flooded with stupid posts like yours.

    why dont you give us a brake and go build your spanish site? we wont miss you i guarantee that
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    ok, then give me a brazilian porn forum link and i´ll go away.

    now, i am following all the rules so, there is nothing to moderate.

    i think the rules here are wrong...

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    what´s the time now in brazil?

    i like your bike, seems reliable. what do you think about the colour squeme of your specialized? do you like the green fork? maybe you do not care about the colors, am i wrong?

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    sure, i dont care about the color and i to tell you the truth i really dont care about your opinion either....

    your posts here is all about atacking people. thats against the rules and if you dont like this forum rules just move out.
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    soon...

    Quote Originally Posted by Limon
    give us the scoop on your new bike.
    did you sell the scandium scott?
    can't wait
    thanks
    i'm still not sure if i ever get the Scale. i'm still looking for all the solutions needed to make it lighter compared to my 02 Scandium frame. as it is i have a solution for the cables but i don't want Tune plastic housings going through all the way. and i also don't want a e-type ferailleur in the front so i'm looking for the same braze-on adapter the CR1 Roadbike frame has and would like to glue it on so i would be able to use my braze-on Dura Ace derailleur again. only this way the Scale will be lighter than my scandium.

    BUT just for fun i' will have lighter wheels and shifters and tires too...yes - that's a POSER BUILD as i definitely won't ride my bike this way ( at least not with these tires!).

    current weight ca. 7.3 kilos

    -100g Sachs Quartz shifters
    -320g Maxxis 310 tires
    -60g lightweight inner tubes
    -140g lighter wheels
    -25g KMC X10 SL chain

    total savings: -645g

    so the savings should drop my bikes weight somewhere to 6.6-6.7 kilos. if i'll get the needed solutions for the Scale then it will be 6.6 kilos for sure with the Scale frame.

    and PLEASE:
    don't even respond to some stupid spaniard on this site - he's definitely not worth it anymore! maybe at 23 years of age he has still not grown enough...

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    good night nino:

    that bike will not be unrideable. it will be great for downhill; a motocross former like you can do xc with a 5kg road bike so...

    this pic is from iago medin, he started the race with number 1 and he finished on the same position, with xpedo pedals with only one side (removed the springs of the other side). it is a pic of a rider in his bike.

    i have seen lots of pics of nino parts, but i have never ever seen a pic of nino riding his bike.

    nino, what number is in iago bike? you can see iago bike on my website.


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    and i am not attacking people. I am only talking about guys who are not fair, like nino and dirtboy. and i want to let everyone know this, so you will not have the problems i had. if nino send me a good lockring (i paid for it) and dirt boy let me enter again on his website, then there won´t be any problem.
    But i think this is not possible so...

    i am a fair person, i do not steal to people. Maybe you do not like what i write but i do not have your dollars on my pocket charly. there is a big difference i think, and i also think this is easy to understand.

    so do not say i attack people cause i did not attack to anyone. if you want, just say i attack dirt boy and say i attack nino if you want. it´s easy to say i attack people, but it´s not true and you know it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaL󌝡
    nd i am a fair person, i do not steal to people.
    um what do you call your light-bikes webpage rip-off ? linking to his pages... using his bandwidth(yes it costs $)

    Theres nothing wrong with orignaility but what is original about your page..

    I could understand if your page offered soemthing that we already don't see out there but so far its all copied from other sites (www.light-bikes.com, weightweenies.starbike.com).

    Also your page seems to be on a free page with all kidns of ads etc. IF you really think you have a good idea, why not buy a domain so that all your "extensive users" dont' have to sift through the ads...


    Heres an example that might help you understand why dirt boy kicked you off his site:
    If I copied off you during exams in school would you let me keep sitting next to you..

    And you've managed to HiJack another thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by nino

    current weight ca. 7.3 kilos

    -100g Sachs Quartz shifters
    -320g Maxxis 310 tires
    -60g lightweight inner tubes
    -140g lighter wheels
    -25g KMC X10 SL chain

    total savings: -645g

    so the savings should drop my bikes weight somewhere to 6.6-6.7 kilos. if i'll get the needed solutions for the Scale then it will be 6.6 kilos for sure with the Scale frame.
    wow.... thats really light!!
    the maxxis flyweights are 330g, claimed and real. i saw those other 310g tires, but they arent maxxis.
    btw, how will your wheels be built up to be 140g lighter? the tune mig/mag hubs are the lightest i know about, and you couldnt save more than 100g off of those x517 rims. dont know about the spokes though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by full_xtr_racer
    wow.... thats really light!!
    the maxxis flyweights are 330g, claimed and real. i saw those other 310g tires, but they arent maxxis.
    btw, how will your wheels be built up to be 140g lighter? the tune mig/mag hubs are the lightest i know about, and you couldnt save more than 100g off of those x517 rims. dont know about the spokes though..
    there's a new Maxxis tire out called 310. the Maxxis Flyweight 330 so far has been the lightest offering from Maxxis.

    i never had really light wheels before. wheels need to be stiff and offer good braking especially for my speeds going down. i always had ceramic rims and Tune hubs but not the one with the carbon axle but instead the sturdier Mag 200 (209g) on the rear. my new wheels will have Amclassic hubs, AC 350 rims and DT aerolite spokes. still no ultralight hubs like Extralite sincew those already seem to have some reliability problems with loose bearings...that's too much money for just some "poser" wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nino
    there's a new Maxxis tire out called 310. the Maxxis Flyweight 330 so far has been the lightest offering from Maxxis.

    i never had really light wheels before. wheels need to be stiff and offer good braking especially for my speeds going down. i always had ceramic rims and Tune hubs but not the one with the carbon axle but instead the sturdier Mag 200 (209g) on the rear. my new wheels will have Amclassic hubs, AC 350 rims and DT aerolite spokes. still no ultralight hubs like Extralite sincew those already seem to have some reliability problems with loose bearings...that's too much money for just some "poser" wheels.
    Nino I definitely agree with you about the "poser" bike thing. Nice too look at on a scale, but really not rideable. For me, the motivation for making my bike lighter is not bragging rights, but to make it faster. So, if something to make a bike lighter (like putting extralight or soul-kazak hubs) makes it unreliable and slower, I don't do it. I think you should definitely go for the carbon frame, should be a faster frame, more compliant and they look stiff in the drivetrain.

    Oh PS I just picked up a pair of American classic Sprint 350 wheels with the sapim CX-Ray spokes for my road bike....

    1273 grams!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    About the Quartz shifters

    Are they a verified 100g? I've got 9-speed Plasma's (the Sachs edition, not the Y2K SRAM model) with adjustable spring preload, and they weight 120 g. Without the plastic adjusters and return spring...could that really be 20g less?

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    Eric, 100g lighter over his current setup, not 100g actual for the shifters. Yes, I also almost freaked out. Let's drill out and shave down some X.0's.
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