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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by Downhiller, Dec 19, 2005.

  1. Downhiller

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    Ok, this is getting obnoxious. Instead of making a thread every time you find a new bike company post all of your stuff in one thread. Title a thread "Cool New Bikes" or some thing like that and you can post all of that stuff in there. It would also make it easier to look at some of the things you post which can be interesting.

    thanks,
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    i think it looks mor like the the haro magnum
     
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    well nevermind i didnt notice the 4 bar suspension on the one at the top the haro is only a single pivot
     
  6. Kntr

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    Looks like a Foes Fly cross with a Big Hit. They should have placed the reservoir on the bottom of the top tube. It looks stupid on the downtube and man would it get dirty.


    I like this website. Must be 18 yo to click url. Warning
    http://www.kraftstoff-bikes.com/kategorie1/index.html
     
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    ok, first pic. holy horrible rear shock setup. the resi is connected to the swing arm side. so that hose is going to be moving A LOT! and rubbing against everything. not only that the remote resi is in the worse place possible.

    hey bike company get a ****ing clue. and its a fusion shock, come on thats on the high end k-mart bikes..
     
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    thats an astro generic frame, probably 99% equal to the top of line azonic (just like the recoil/eliminator), rebranded as "kraftstoff".
    ive seen them branded differently here, not a bad bike but no news either.
     
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    It looks the same but I dont know about 99%
     
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    The frame in the picture isn't the same as that Azonic, but they are both Astro frames.

    The only difference between brands that use these catalogue frames will be the shock used (or not) and the colour/graphics.

    Others:




    etc etc
     
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