Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby Simpleone on Sat 25/Jul/09 11:46am

Wobbler wrote:you mean a ferrari?


Ferrari : Italians + Electrics = Big pile of shite

Some nice bike stuff though, just don't get electircs! :o
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Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby Wobbler on Sat 25/Jul/09 11:48am

Simpleone wrote:
Wobbler wrote:you mean a ferrari?


Ferrari : Italians + Electrics = Big pile of shite

Some nice bike stuff though, just don't get electircs! :o


Its like the british and oil leaks :D
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Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby Simpleone on Sat 25/Jul/09 11:49am

Wobbler wrote:
Simpleone wrote:
Wobbler wrote:you mean a ferrari?


Ferrari : Italians + Electrics = Big pile of shite

Some nice bike stuff though, just don't get electircs! :o


Its like the british and oil leaks :D


English mate, the Scotts dig it up and they piss it away !
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Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby Wobbler on Sat 25/Jul/09 11:50am

Simpleone wrote:
Wobbler wrote:
Simpleone wrote:
Wobbler wrote:you mean a ferrari?


Ferrari : Italians + Electrics = Big pile of shite

Some nice bike stuff though, just don't get electircs! :o


Its like the british and oil leaks :D


English mate, the Scotts dig it up and they piss it away !


near enough :paranoid:
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Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby porschenut on Sat 25/Jul/09 12:00pm

Thinking of US made stuff- has SC's quality changed at all since they moved to taiwan? Keeping the thread back on track. I know that the taiwanese Yetis were exactly the same, in fact if anything the welding got better!

And I know of some US made frames (not naming anything to keep the peace) whoose quality control is a bit random, as in they obviously couldn't bring themselves to chuck a frame which was out of alignment.
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Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby Simpleone on Sat 25/Jul/09 12:05pm

porschenut wrote:Thinking of US made stuff- has SC's quality changed at all since they moved to taiwan? Keeping the thread back on track. I know that the taiwanese Yetis were exactly the same, in fact if anything the welding got better!

And I know of some US made frames (not naming anything to keep the peace) whoose quality control is a bit random, as in they obviously couldn't bring themselves to chuck a frame which was out of alignment.


If anything the quality is better, as if it were possible.

The nam flash backs and the 40 ouncer in the back of the camaro at lunch time to numb the pain is the problem in the US :butbut:
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Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby Wobbler on Sat 25/Jul/09 12:08pm

sounds intense
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Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby Simpleone on Sat 25/Jul/09 12:12pm

Wobbler wrote:sounds intense


All hand made in the US by Stevie Wonder and Ray Charless on the turps, except the road bikes,their made in China in the same place as the Bauer's and Pinnarrello's.................run for cover..................... :o
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Re: Blur Lt Carbon

Postby SpeedyDropOffBoy on Sat 25/Jul/09 5:12pm

Well I was lucky, I rode the new LT Carbon, just a short loop , it climbs well and put an out of the saddle effort in, will bring a smile, yes its stiffff ...on the single track it was fast and easy to handle,and on the down its going to be a winner its fast, handles like a trail bike should. :love: :p I think you will see a LT carbon Passing you soon it will be a Blurrrrrr...
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