21.5 inch for the TT measurement. Thats from the center of the post to center of the headtube with effective (virtual) is 22.0 with approx 3 inch of post showing.
Headtube is 5 inch, zero-stack height is 5"1/8 and with cups overall HT is 6".25.
Head angle is 65deg...
Attention all Rotec RL9 Owners!!
All new Derailleur hangers now available!
These new hangers are stronger and now offer a revised
B-tension tab that is now longer and thicker to eliminate tab
Mounting hardware is included.
Tee shirts and lids are now in btw. Check the...
All of the RL9s are 150mm rear spacing. Due to our intergrated rear floater that shares the same space as the hub you will require a hub that has a 150 hub shell but utllizes a 137mm axle (tube).
What this means is that the disc side of the hub must be flush (ie: no extension of the axle...
I responded to your email last email ( I only recieved one) on the 29th of Jan regarding your bits and decals along with my paypay account info. But had yet to recieve a response to that.
I've shipped several items overseas to customers during this time that include bearings...
Hey all, I have to say that when I came across this thread yesterday I was pleasantly surprised!
Its not often that theres so much chatter about the Lawwill design or the rotec in general.
Though I am stoked, I'm always abit hesitant to discuss matters regarding our stuff as sometimes...
Sully here from Rotec, thanks for supporting the brand with your purchase! Even if its used.
As for fitting the DHX's, if its an 06 and it has a tube that the SS pivot bolt passes thru then NO they won't fit, unless they're upside down. If its an 07, that part has been removed...
I would say yes, in some instances when the rear is set-up soft, the older frames (such as this one) may make contact with the seattube.
It was never a major concern with most our customers, not to say it wasn't an issue with me though.
Most part they knew that it could happen. They...
nsm, you don't want to know. Lets just say its 1st article effort and the next ones will be worthy of weight disclosures.
Its really wasn't important to me, the weight that is on these two frames.
In the end, it's very important that this design does meet what we deem, an acceptable...
2nd gen proto will have a slightly higher tt so the shock can be flipped back into the correct ( in my eyes) resi up and forward postion. Still have't decided yet if it will be a straight tube as some have suggested though. Kinda like the curved tt look.
And yes the design does lend itself to...
You should be able to loose at least another pound or so by using lighter cranks, those saints are heavy. Doesn't Shimano offer another DH worth crankset?
The bikes built up great guys, good job! Let me know how the sizing and geo feels to you.
Yeah it sure seem like history now, don't it??
Hey guys, hi ya Kev.......good to see some still have spark for the ol moto-link stuff. Epic you're in a small class of ol skoolers that still love their old bikes.
Yours look to be in good shape, it even looks familiar.....how long have you...
It was a pleasure meeting you down at the Otter! Sorry I didn't get chance to catch up with you later in the weekend to see how things went.
Sounds like you had a successful showing, great job!
As for the KVR, I got to do a few runs on course on fri and sat with it but no race...