Photos Of 2007 Gt Dhi

Postby Melissa_Theuriau on Tue 16/May/06 10:19am

Here's a whole pile of photos of the 2007 GT DHi. The bike weighs in just under 40 pounds and will sell for around NZ$9999.

For spec and geometry: [Click Here]
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Postby Stun on Tue 16/May/06 10:21am

The Maxle back end is pretty cool!
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Postby phunk on Tue 16/May/06 10:22am

Wow, they couldnt have made it uglier if hey tried, nice work!
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Postby pissface on Tue 16/May/06 10:24am

bloody hell

that looks like something off Space 1999.

fucking cool
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Postby Waddic on Tue 16/May/06 10:25am

Well they paint job is called "nasa white"
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Postby Robbie on Tue 16/May/06 10:25am

Wow thats pretty.
And very light.
Under 40lbs with Saint cranks is very impressive. :D
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Postby Waddic on Tue 16/May/06 10:26am

Hayes rotors with juicy brakes?

160mm rear rotor?
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Postby Stun on Tue 16/May/06 10:28am

robbieracer wrote: Wow thats pretty.
And very light.
Under 40lbs with Saint cranks is very impressive. :D


:eh:
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Sub 40 pound DH bike
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Postby Stun on Tue 16/May/06 10:29am

Waddic wrote: Hayes rotors with juicy brakes?

160mm rear rotor?


Those don't look like Hayes rotors to me... :huh:
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Postby Timmy on Tue 16/May/06 10:31am

mixture of sram and non sram goodies? Does this normally happen or just on pre release bikes?

eg saint cranks, shimano chain and XO derailer
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Postby james on Tue 16/May/06 10:32am

Waddic wrote: Hayes rotors with juicy brakes?


Juicy Juicy Juicy from the specs and the pics.

Waddic wrote:160mm rear rotor?
A bigger rotor would just slow you down.... :sly:
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Postby Timmy on Tue 16/May/06 10:34am

Stun wrote:
Waddic wrote: Hayes rotors with juicy brakes?

160mm rear rotor?


Those don't look like Hayes rotors to me... :huh:


They are hayes rotors on the GT website. Different spec all round though
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Postby DropKick on Tue 16/May/06 10:34am

what a shitheap of a derailleur hanger, that thing couldnt hold on to an ants testicles.
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Postby Stun on Tue 16/May/06 10:34am

Nah - it's quite common to see SRAM mechs / shifters mated to Shimano clusters, chains and cranksets.
Seeing as they're going for the ultra lightweight build (carbon seat tower + bars) - I'm surprised they don't have Juicy Ultimate brakes on there to save 10 grams an end...
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Postby james on Tue 16/May/06 10:35am

Timmy wrote: mixture of sram and non sram goodies? Does this normally happen or just on pre release bikes?

eg saint cranks, shimano chain and XO derailer
have a look on the majority of mass produced bikes eg : giant.
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