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My spz P1

Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by niguet, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. niguet

    niguet Monkey

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    what do you think about my bike?... after 3 years building it , it's finished





     

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  2. corey_rideDC

    corey_rideDC Turbo Monkey

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    looks great! perfect dj/street bike!
     
  3. arboc!

    arboc! Turbo Monkey

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    3 years? its an 04 it can be any more than 2 years
     
  4. Funky Monk

    Funky Monk Monkey

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    maybe he/she upgraded the frame during those three years...
     
  5. arboc!

    arboc! Turbo Monkey

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    so it would seem
     
  6. Lux Interior

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    Very nice p1, looks like mine except I have a gyro, front brake and a dirt jumper 1, I have the same E13 except mine is pretty flat on one side, looks like youv'e been grinding some by the chainstay scratches. They are so much fun to grind, my derailer mount in almost ground through so mine is SS for life.Nice rims, my stock rear rim made it a year and a half and just died yesterday.It was pretty much octagonal. P bikes are awesome they are the Chevy Trucks of freeride, They are every where and whether people modify them or leave them stock they just plain work. Nothin' fancy, just functional.
    Is it hard to get parts in Chile?
     
  7. freakrock

    freakrock Monkey

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    it isn't as hard might think. we have some nice biking stores, and a "friendly dealer" that rocks. :thumb: :dancing:
     
  8. rpk1988

    rpk1988 90210

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    Wow sweet. I have one of those too and I want to put either a Pike or a DJ1 on there. I really want the Olive Green. That would look 20 times better with the tan then that blue. But overall, that build is sweet.
     
  9. bradical

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    One of the best looking P1's I've seen.

    Sick
     
  10. Bicyclist

    Bicyclist Turbo Monkey

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    Looks awesome.
     
  11. Colin

    Colin Monkey

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    Looks very similar to something I've thinking about.