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    New question here. Brisa B26D for Street/DJ??????Help!

    I have an almost brand new B26D frame I hardly used for trials and these days I`m getting hooked on Dirt Jumping and Street, How do you guys find the Brisa`s Geometry for that purpose? What are the pros and cons? Any help will be appreciated I will build the frame with a Roxx Shoxx Psylo, duals discs, etc...

    B26 Specifications: (I dont`know how diferent is the B26D? ) 1cm= 10mm
    Material:ALCOA 6061 T6 Aluminium, heat treated and tempered
    Top tube:21" 3/4 - 55 cm
    Chain stays:15" 7/8 - 40.5 cm
    Head tube:4" 3/8 - 11 cm
    Seat tube:12" 3/4 - 32.5 cm
    BB shell:68 mm
    Wheelbase:41" - 104cm (with the straight blade forks)BB height:12.5" - 31.75cm
    Max tire size:2.50"

    For a comparison/analysis here`s a P3`s geo:
    Seat Tube Length, Center to Top 348mm
    Seat Tube Length, Center to Center 230mm
    Top Tube Length 540mm
    Top Tube Length 535mm
    Bottom Bracket Drop 33mm
    Bottom Bracket Height 310mm
    Chainstay Length 399mm
    Seat Tube Angle 70.5°
    Head Tube Angle69°
    Rake 42mm
    Trail87mm
    Front Center601mm
    Wheel Base 1000mm
    Standover Height 656mm
    Head Tube Length 100mm

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    Here`s a pic of my bike...Please note that it will be built with a Roxx Shoxx Psylo I have laying around, a short stem, different bars, tires, cranks, and a good set of hydraulic disc brakes.....

    Any feedback guys?
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    You might want to consider a new saddle too. Try a no footer on a dirt jump and you'll pay the price as is.

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    Any one else
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiffman
    You might want to consider a new saddle too. Try a no footer on a dirt jump and you'll pay the price as is.
    Yea also forgot to mention I`ll be chainging the seat post and seat...

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    if you switch that stuff out, I think it'll be great fun, nice low standover height

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    I Think you'd be pretty sorted on that frame. It is a trials frame but still a similar shape to a jump frame( i.e. not six inches bb to seat collar) so with the right parts it'd be okay IMO.

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    I can't wait to see that Brisa built up for urban.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toyota200x
    I can't wait to see that Brisa built up for urban.

    I will soon post pics of the Brisa built for urban/DJ......

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    it looks to me that that fork has a very small A-C height and if u put like a 100mm fork on there it might slack it out alot, just a thought
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