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    Hmm...tad better than a Sid

    Yap it's here. Even came in a badass gun carrier type case. Too bad they didn't send me my personalized paperwork.

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    it looks really cool with the flat crowns.....


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    i personally liked the sid better, i think it made the bike more balanced
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    Those things are a lot sexy'r then I thought.

    Get yo DHX back man.
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    what he meant was 'greaser' types, most likely performing choreographed musical outakes which somehow degrade dirt jumps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    Yap it's here. Even came in a badass gun carrier type case. Too bad they didn't send me my personalized paperwork.

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    You tease us about the case and dont show a pic?

    Nice fork BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    Yap it's here. Even came in a badass gun carrier type case. Too bad they didn't send me my personalized paperwork.

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    Did you get the 7 inch version? looks sweet btw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBlueJoker
    Did you get the 7 inch version? looks sweet btw!
    It's an 8". I'll take pics of the bag too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    It's an 8". I'll take pics of the bag too.

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    Thanks ahead of time for showing pictures of your bag - er - nevermind....

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    Nice and fuzzy on the inside......

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    Nice fork. I am a little jealous.
    The Super T you have is really a very good fork. I'd take that fork over a Fox 40 or a Boxer unless i was entering a fashon contest instead of a race

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    When are you going to start putting that thing together???? I would not have been able to wait.
    The Super T you have is really a very good fork. I'd take that fork over a Fox 40 or a Boxer unless i was entering a fashon contest instead of a race

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenschwinn
    When are you going to start putting that thing together???? I would not have been able to wait.
    I need a rear wheel.

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    wonder if my 10/22T will fit in that bag?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    Yap it's here. Even came in a badass gun carrier type case. Too bad they didn't send me my personalized paperwork.

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    WTF what did you do hold up a bank? lol!! Chem sux my friend, I took it last year haha. But seriously where do you work and how much do you get!?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RigidOne
    WTF what did you do hold up a bank? lol!! Chem sux my friend, I took it last year haha. But seriously where do you work and how much do you get!?!?
    It just so happens sherp is the rich'st 16 y/o on the planet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gramatica
    It just so happens sherp is the rich'st 16 y/o on the planet.
    That and EP is tight.

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    All I can say is... DAT BE ONE PIMPIN RIDE! I would give me left kidney to have one of those.

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    Nice frame and fork

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    Yap it's here. Even came in a badass gun carrier type case. Too bad they didn't send me my personalized paperwork.

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    I'll stick with my Avalanche though. No gimmicks required.

    Now if I ever get my frame I'll be able to try the fork out.
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    What....

    can one say other than DAMN!! That's [email protected]!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    That and EP is tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedro
    what he meant was 'greaser' types, most likely performing choreographed musical outakes which somehow degrade dirt jumps...

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    NICEEEEEEEEEEE!! actaully the 888 works looks quite good on it...and loving the new decals on it....but i will still stick with the dorado dh for my v10!!!

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    i like the fact you went all out and got the works...not many people should have those just yet...

    the flat crowns still have notihng on the standard "M" crowns...what size tyre are you putting on her...i have a 2.35" Maxxis DH Minoan and it looks rediclous...its awesome theres that much room inside the actual fork...but with a skinny tyre in the looks department...theres much to be desired...i need a fender quick so i dont have to look at it...

    cant wait to see her built...the flat back looks tight...
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    Quote Originally Posted by turnerDHRider
    NICEEEEEEEEEEE!! actaully the 888 works looks quite good on it...and loving the new decals on it....but i will still stick with the dorado dh for my v10!!!
    i wanna see that when its built...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ-
    i like the fact you went all out and got the works...not many people should have those just yet...

    the flat crowns still have notihng on the standard "M" crowns...what size tyre are you putting on her...i have a 2.35" Maxxis DH Minoan and it looks rediclous...its awesome theres that much room inside the actual fork...but with a skinny tyre in the looks department...theres much to be desired...i need a fender quick so i dont have to look at it...

    cant wait to see her built...the flat back looks tight...
    I'll run a 2.7 Highroller most likely. The flat crowns have many advantages to the standard crowns. Oh and i got a fender for free .

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    hey sherpa...

    i m just curious about the price....how much will ur entire bike cost in the end? i just want to compare prices between the states and my super secret southy location.
    take care.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Dorado
    i m just curious about the price....how much will ur entire bike cost in the end? i just want to compare prices between the states and my super secret southy location.
    take care.....

    Im thinkin gof maybe buying a V10 next year, how much did that cost? I would pay less due to sponsorship but im wondering anyway...
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    price

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bull
    Im thinkin gof maybe buying a V10 next year, how much did that cost? I would pay less due to sponsorship but im wondering anyway...
    well mine cost US$4490 here in my super secret southy location which is about several thousands of miles south of the states.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ-
    i like the fact you went all out and got the works...not many people should have those just yet...

    the flat crowns still have notihng on the standard "M" crowns...what size tyre are you putting on her...i have a 2.35" Maxxis DH Minoan and it looks rediclous...its awesome theres that much room inside the actual fork...but with a skinny tyre in the looks department...theres much to be desired...i need a fender quick so i dont have to look at it...

    cant wait to see her built...the flat back looks tight...
    you get your demo yet?

    ill have some nice porno pictures for you guys in about a week and a half...
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    no, but they are shinier....it's like the fututre, where everything is really really shiny.....but still really just the same ol'crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Dorado
    i m just curious about the price....how much will ur entire bike cost in the end? i just want to compare prices between the states and my super secret southy location.
    take care.....
    I dunno since i get stuff for cost and EP. Most likely though at MSRP it'll be around $5500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesherpa
    I'll run a 2.7 Highroller most likely. The flat crowns have many advantages to the standard crowns. Oh and i got a fender for free .
    nice...

    (marzocchi "M" fenders look tight)


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    you get your demo yet?

    ill have some nice porno pictures for you guys in about a week and a half...
    so stoked
    oh thats awesome...

    yeh shes mine...just sitting in the shop for 2 weeks untill im allowed to pick her up...i have like 300bucks to pay off or something...

    im interested to see what youve chosen...how shiny is it...
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    cool stuff

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