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    My New Soul Cycle Dillinger

    Hy Guys, I just built this Soul Cycle Dullinger 29" HT:

    Frame: Soul Cycle Dullinger 18 " Metalic Rootbeer
    Fork: Soul Cycle rigid
    Head set: CK
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    Stem: Thomson X4 90x0
    Wheels: WTB Speed Ligth hub Speeddisc rim
    Crankset: Shimano XT Octalink (soon Shimano XT Hollowtec 2)
    Pedals: CB eggbeater
    Seat: WTB
    Shifters Sram X-9
    Derailleur: X0 reas, XT front
    Tires: WTB Exitwolf front, Kenda Small Block Eigth rear
    Handelbar: Truvative Carbon Team
    Weigth: 26.5 pounds (bath scale method)

    Not ride it yet due to the rain, but soon the first ride report. I must said this frame it is a beauty, the attention to the details is very nice, the paint and decals are top notch all in all for the price it is hard to find a better deal than this

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    Nice, that is a sharp looking frame.
    "I ride to clear my head, my head is clearer when I'm riding SS. Therefore, I choose to ride SS."~ Fullrange Drew

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky View Post
    nice, that is a sharp looking frame.
    +1........cf....

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    Niiiiice. If it rides half as well as the SC Hooligan I had a couple of years ago, you'll dig it.

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    The Dillinger certainly does ride as well as the Hooligan, actually better!

    You'll love it!

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    This frame looks and rides absolutely superb. Sometimes i wish i didn't go the weight weenie path and kept my pearl white dillinger

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    Awesome man! I have the brushed/Clear. I don't have the solid fork on the front, but it is in possession. That bike rides quite a lot more comfortable than other aluminum and some steel that I have rode. You will definitely like it!

    If I relocate to Maryland this summer, depending on where I will be work. I may purchase a rootbeer (love the color) as a commuter!
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    nice choice in color, looks great!

    have had the white/blue logo frame or a year now and have loved riding it since.

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