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    well now that the new bullit has become news, another this or that

    Alright, well i was just about getting ready in the next few weeks to order up my new frame, which was gonna be a transition bottle rocket. But now seeing the new bullit, im pretty interested in that. if i were to get a br it'd be size medium, and the bullit a size small (based on my geometry comparison id rather have a small bullit). THe bike would be used mainly for some freeriding, dj, some all mtn/trail riding, and some light DH. which one do you think is better? Thanks for the help guys. heres the link to the new bullit for those who havent seen btw:
    http://www.santacruzbicycles.com/mail/2007bullit.html
    and heres a link to the bottle rocket geometry to make the best comparison etc. :
    http://www.transitionbikes.com/2007/...etrySizing.cfm

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    Might want to check avail. before deciding.
    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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    I'd have to go with the BR. It will pedal better and just be better for what you want it to do... which is everything. The Bullitt seems more suited for freeride and light DH

    BTW, thank you for posting links. I drives me nuts when pople wnat comaprisons and don't post links

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover Nick
    I'd have to go with the BR. It will pedal better and just be better for what you want it to do... which is everything. The Bullitt seems more suited for freeride and light DH

    BTW, thank you for posting links. I drives me nuts when pople wnat comaprisons and don't post links
    haha no prob. thanks for the advice
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    so, if you get that bike your going to send me your 303...right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by free rider
    so, if you get that bike your going to send me your 303...right?
    yeah...about that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by free rider
    so, if you get that bike your going to send me your 303...right?
    u beat me to it, but i think the BR is a sick bike, i would wait a little longer before bullit

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    think im gonna go with a br. the bullit wont be out until the spring, and i think itd be over kill travel wise. im looking for a dj/freeride kinda bike and the br seems to fit it better in terms of travel etc. Thanks for the help guys
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