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    951 starts production photo gallery

    Medium 951 started production this week snapped, some pics as they start coming out.
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    A few more just for fun
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    pics

    Love the sephia/black and white pics. Nice work Jeff, on the frames too... Ahead of schedule it would seem.

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    951 photo gallery
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    nice camera!!!

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    Dammit! I looked at the arc.

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    The picture with the reflection is pretty cool.

    Those frames look amazing. When is the powdercoating ging on? would love to see the all the colors.

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    Someone's getting really handy with a camera. Great pics. Love it.

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    mr. steber, do you still actually weld frames?
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    When will the large ones be in production?
    I can't wait.
    These pictures make waiting even harder!
    Beautiful pics!!!the
    Last edited by cubebiker; 06-03-2009 at 12:58 AM.

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    Nice pics. Btw Jeff, off topic but check out the new 5D MkII firmware...full manual control for movie mode. Love seeing these pictures, keep 'em coming!

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    Amazing. Loving the photos too, Just wish i could get a frame in that finish right there, raw post weld with a clear coat to protect. That'd be amazing.
    Still, reckon the Intense Signal Blue is going to look Amazing.
    Any ETA on larges into the UK?

    Oh and did i say amazing?
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    Yes! love tilt shift

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedalhead
    Nice pics. Btw Jeff, off topic but check out the new 5D MkII firmware...full manual control for movie mode. Love seeing these pictures, keep 'em coming!
    Thanks, I am already on it and have some new video projects I am working on. Borrowed
    Stikmans tilt / shift 45 and experimented on these photos.

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    Jeff,
    Have you talked at all with Cane Creek about a double barrel on this frame?

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    somewhere in that stack is mine. send it with love to new york. soooo syked on u guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubebiker
    When will the large ones be in production?
    I can't wait.
    These pictures make waiting even harder!
    Beautiful pics!!!the
    I second this... when will the larges get welded up?

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    Jeff - really like T/S effect, might have to get me one of those, just did some shots with the CRC boys at Hope, did you see the custom brake caps they made for the team?

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=525161

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    Great pics!! Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boogenman
    Jeff,
    Have you talked at all with Cane Creek about a double barrel on this frame?
    When the Intense demo truck was in town (Chapel Hill, NC) his next stop was the US Open and he had just picked up a DB from Malcolm for the 951 on the truck. Based on that I would imagine that there is data at CC to setup shocks for the 951.

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    Awesome.
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    Focking siiiik!

    I'm so stoked on my SS that the 951 is the most likely contender for next season's race bike, to replace my Demo 7. And has probably knocked my other drool-machine, the 303R-DH, out of contention. Can't wait to hear some real ride reports from this rig, looks amazing.

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    I rode one at the weekend it is amazing!

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    its like....

    its like....watching a custom hot rod car being built now weld some big ass side pipes on that bad ride brapppp !

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    very nice pics!

    can you already say, when the first medium 951 will arrrive in germany?

    as it is an vppē the kinematics have changed.
    can i use a regular spring calculators like tf-tuned or mojo to find the right spring for me? Or do you have any special formula to find out the right springrate for my weight (75kg)?

    i would have chosen a 350 lbs/inch spring? is this the right one for me?

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    Sorry if this a little off topic, if so i'll post elsewhere, but i have a question:

    I'm assuming that the 951 has a 150 back end only, due to the 83mm BB.

    So i assume i need a Chris King ISO 150 instead of the CK ISO 135 i have now on my SS?

    It seems to come only as a 12mm thru-axle - can i stick my fun-bolts back on it?

    Their range of hubs is a little confusing! Huge thanks for any help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boogenman
    Jeff,
    Have you talked at all with Cane Creek about a double barrel on this frame?
    The pictures of the CRC bikes show a CCDB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orange-Goblin
    Sorry if this a little off topic, if so i'll post elsewhere, but i have a question:

    I'm assuming that the 951 has a 150 back end only, due to the 83mm BB.

    So i assume i need a Chris King ISO 150 instead of the CK ISO 135 i have now on my SS?

    It seems to come only as a 12mm thru-axle - can i stick my fun-bolts back on it?

    Their range of hubs is a little confusing! Huge thanks for any help.
    as there is only the option of 150mm x 12mm rear spacing due to the 83mm bb.
    there can't be used any fun-bolts, because they are only sold for 10mm bolt-on-axles.

    you need to get a new 150mm hub. (e.g. the CK ISO 150)
    No fun-bolts are available! You have to use a 12mm through-axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M/K
    as there is only the option of 150mm x 12mm rear spacing due to the 83mm bb.
    there can't be used any fun-bolts, because they are only sold for 10mm bolt-on-axles.

    you need to get a new 150mm hub. (e.g. the CK ISO 150)
    No fun-bolts are available! You have to use a 12mm through-axle.
    ahh i see. I guess ill have to search for a 12mm axle now then. bugger. those fun bolts were awesome!!!

    thanks for the help!!!
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