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    POST YOUR SYCIPS (for COLORS)!

    I am going to have the good guys at Sycip paint my Bontrager, and I want to get out of the realm of black, and everday colors.

    Post me some of your Sycips, or frames painted by them, and lemme know what color it is. Since their color picker on their website ain't the best...

    THANKS ALL!
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    Here she is... waiting... wanting...
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    I think I saw a nice one on the two-niner board.

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    Wow, are those Spox wheels? I haven't seen those in a long time. Are they holding up?

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    Here's a few for you....
    Ash, Bloody Mary, Blue Blood, Rootbeer Float,Creme de le Creme w/ custom flames by Air Art.
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    Yup. SPOX front wheel, was on sale for $50 from some online stop. Unridden...

    Ventana, thanks for posting. I am thinking of going with the RootBeer float. But, I also really freaking want that Java Boy too... Ahh... What to do, what to do.

    I wonder what Curry looks like in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkekus
    I am going to have the good guys at Sycip paint my Bontrager, and I want to get out of the realm of black, and everday colors.

    Post me some of your Sycips, or frames painted by them, and lemme know what color it is. Since their color picker on their website ain't the best...

    THANKS ALL!
    look at just about any powdercoated bike and i'm sure sycip could 'paint' it that color. there are literally dozens of colors, flat, bright, metallic, etc. i've seen on the wall at their shop.

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    A few color options

    Quote Originally Posted by donkekus
    I am going to have the good guys at Sycip paint my Bontrager, and I want to get out of the realm of black, and everday colors.

    Post me some of your Sycips, or frames painted by them, and lemme know what color it is. Since their color picker on their website ain't the best...

    THANKS ALL!
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...sycip+unleaded

    1) Guacaloco also known as Wasabi (sage green with metallic clearcoat
    2) Butcher paper (usually with clear topcoat but, we ordered this one with a Matte clear)
    3) Oh Jay! (bright orange with metallic clear)
    4) Rootbeer Float (black with gold metallic clear

    More pics of the Javaboy when the sun comes out.

    Hope this helps!

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    Larry when did you get that Javaboy in?

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    Here's a few for you....
    Ash, Bloody Mary, Blue Blood, Rootbeer Float,Creme de le Creme w/ custom flames by Air Art.
    Larry Mettler
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    I just got mine last week. Pictures comin soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel
    I just got mine last week. Pictures comin soon.
    I got that one in last week also, I think the day you posted your pics. It's for a customer, wish it was mine. Should be really sweet, Paul hubs, Avid discs, Javaboy bar, Brooks saddle, ENO cranks, Thomson stem & post. I have a custom Diesel w/ custom Spectrum powder in the works for myself, can't wait!
    Larry Mettler
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ventanarama
    I got that one in last week also, I think the day you posted your pics. It's for a customer, wish it was mine. Should be really sweet, Paul hubs, Avid discs, Javaboy bar, Brooks saddle, ENO cranks, Thomson stem & post. I have a custom Diesel w/ custom Spectrum powder in the works for myself, can't wait!
    Larry Mettler
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    Looks like a 26" version of mine, nice! It rides really smooth, the Javaboy bars flex a little for suspension.
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