Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby wuffy on Wed 3/Nov/10 4:08pm

Look like pikes to me.
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby Atomic on Wed 3/Nov/10 5:54pm

kona.stinky. wrote:
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What type of forks are those?


Solo-air Recons, lowered to 80mm
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby the-right-to-evolve on Wed 3/Nov/10 6:59pm

Image

:thumbsup: street ftw
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby kona.stinky. on Wed 3/Nov/10 7:31pm

Atomic wrote:
kona.stinky. wrote:
Atomic wrote:bike


What type of forks are those?


Solo-air Recons, lowered to 80mm


How good have they been? I was looking at putting a set on my Dirt jump bike, would you recommend them?
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby Atomic on Wed 3/Nov/10 9:25pm

kona.stinky. wrote:How good have they been? I was looking at putting a set on my Dirt jump bike, would you recommend them?


Mine have been through a lot of abuse over the last year and never had anything go wrong with them, internal travel adjust is great for dialing them in if you change your frame or riding style and the compression adjustment can actually take hard knocks when tuned up full with out blowing up like most other forks, also plenty stiff enough if your not an absolute muppet, hold up plenty strong for foot jams. And for the price, iv never been more happy with a fork.
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby irockhahaha on Wed 3/Nov/10 11:51pm

the-right-to-evolve wrote:atomlab

:thumbsup: street ftw

nice but i rather the trailking my old pimp2 felt like a rock with trailblades
what are those?
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby the-right-to-evolve on Thu 4/Nov/10 9:10am

ns fundamental 09. i love them so much they have put up with all the abuse i could throw at them, this bike goes of the road gap in kapiti, its been jumped out of the skatepark and onto holdens (accident but funny never the less :D ) and in recent weeks has been thrown (i never use to do that). the forks have been fantastic in the time ive owned them and if i build a new bike next year i expect ill still have these.

oh and as for the feeling like a rock ive got alu bars and 80psi f and r....i know exactly what you mean.
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby irockhahaha on Thu 4/Nov/10 3:35pm

do they flex front and back? trailblades seem wen u hop on the back wheel
what did those forks cost?
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby harorider on Thu 4/Nov/10 6:09pm

My Evil Faction
Its for sale if any ones keen
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby its that guy on Thu 4/Nov/10 6:41pm

the-right-to-evolve wrote:Image

:thumbsup: street ftw

Fuck thats a sweet ride :thumbsup:
I will have to post up my pimp 2 when i get the time :)
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby wuffy on Thu 4/Nov/10 6:43pm

Busted the rear rim on my double. Got a blue pimplite to replace it now, just need to get it laced up. :thumbsup:
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby the-right-to-evolve on Thu 4/Nov/10 7:31pm

irockhahaha wrote:do they flex front and back? trailblades seem wen u hop on the back wheel
what did those forks cost?



nope heat treated 3 times i do nose manuals almost vertically every time i ride and i have yet to feel any kind of flex, trailblades from what ive heard tend to break very easily.

mine were $200 (inc shipping) from crc last christmas, incredibly cheap considering the quality, they have sold out of these particular ones but here are this years version http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=45962 . 124.40 NZD for fork and 51.95 NZD for shipping. :thumbsup:
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby irockhahaha on Thu 4/Nov/10 8:42pm

not 2 keen on the red but will keep an eye out thanks
ill scrape round for sum piks of my old pimp2 it looks pretty similar to urs
weight = heaps
looked better before i put the redbull on it
dmr wingbars headstock steam trailblade 2s
tbc wheelsthe rest is atomlab it had a pivotal and dmr transition tyres before it got stolen
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby irockhahaha on Tue 23/Nov/10 7:47pm

yay got my new wheel on dartmoor k-drive 10t, atomlab pimp spokes, pimplite rim and new sprocket is blk mrkt revolver lite 23t it rides realy nice. now to get rid of my chunky forks for sum rigids which will give me an excuse to get a black front wheel
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Re: Post Your Street/dj Bike

Postby wuffy on Tue 23/Nov/10 8:10pm

SS'd :)

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