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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by xy9ine, Feb 1, 2008.
i could care less if it works, or shatters on first impact; damn, it's trick. 88g, apparently:
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Looks special, and flexy. Just had to say it first
its pretty trick for sure...i'm sure it scafrices in function somewhere though lol...i'm a sucker or carbon stuff...i'd buy it lol.
where did u buy that?
wow thats sick as hell
Wow, I got lost on there web site.
we all know where your new parts are now coming from, gonna have to send back that big order you just put in
^what bike that going on?
I wish I could say it was mine, I just found the photo on a german site. Looks like they are actually the claimed weight. Converting the price from Euro to $, it looks to be around $250 US.
wow ... that's trick, as are the powdercoated XT cranks.
i think that im going look in to getting this,i bet i will be the only one in my area with trick chain guilde!
Damm that looks tasty,talking about weigth saving.
Sure, that's nice and all, but where can I get the colored pedal pins?
Sweeet. Kinda reminds me of the chain guides LIVID used to make, they still around?
How many hits do you think that can take ?
That is PRETTY!
I think polished aluminum with ano'd bolts will look as nice. I like how the whole unit is behind the BB, a little less exposed than the LG1s, etc. I know it is the way it is to save grams, but just a tiny bit of modding and I don't see why it couldn't use a bash. I really don't think a Supercharger weighs enough for me to risk taking off. I'm more concerned with consistent dependability than I am about an ounce or two.
And I've seen ano'd bolts but nothing that long...anyone have a link to something comparable?
here's the bike on mtbr
Red white and blue is pretty American.
or pretty chilean, or french, or croatian, or cuban, or liberian, and so on...
It needs a carbon roller with ceramic bearings in it to be totally tricked out. I think the price is pretty similar to the MRP System 3 Carbon, which I love, its durable like crazy and super light. Its awesome
A completely mangled chain and ring will end a race run quicker than another 150g. And I'm also a weight weenie. No thanks.
thats why he is running the 7075 e-13 ring. let it take the hits
and hold up!
that would make a good slalom guide
Exactly, it doesn't exactly have to hold up to repeated hits on a slalom bike. Unless it's Vigo's 4x course.