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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #120 on: March 24, 2012, 09:59:38 PM »
How much is a set of Forks gunna set me back?

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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #121 on: March 24, 2012, 10:42:24 PM »
CALL HIM!

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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #122 on: March 24, 2012, 11:42:24 PM »
Sssssshhhhhh you! I thought id ask here 1st as im not getting them right now!

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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #123 on: April 28, 2012, 09:04:48 PM »
PiR custom 6 pcs street bar

Height : 7.8"
Width : 26.2" / 666 mm
Upsweep : 2°
backsweep : 11°
Ø 3/4" Cross bar
Weight : 860 g



Custom PiR frame :

TT = 18.7"
 CS = 12.7" slamed
 HA = 74.5°
 SA = 72.5°
 Standover = 4.96"
 BB height = 13.2" / +3.44"
 90 mm long headtube with custom machining
 Spanish BB with internally and externally machining
 Swaged & pressed CS and SS
 Externally machined seat tube
 New shortened 0.19" thick laser cutted dropouts for 3/8" axle
 Integrated chain tensioner on both sides
 Front gusset
 Weight : 1560 g




New dropouts, for pegless riding :



PiR custom frame, bar stem combo and forks :



Chris Bohm with his PiR frame in action :



 Thanks a lot for your messages, paulbrown692000, bmxism™, JoWeezy and rideflat43.

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How much is a set of Forks gunna set me back?

On average, a set of forks are 120 Euros.

And last but not least, the 4 pages article in the new ART BMX magazine :

« Last Edit: May 11, 2012, 03:57:53 PM by Malo »
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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #124 on: May 10, 2012, 03:41:46 PM »
PiR custom Burr stem combo

Height : 8.34"/212 mm
 Width : 23.2" / 590 mm
 Upsweep : 2°
 Backsweep : 2°
 Offset : 26 mm
Invisible patented 1 bolt wedge system
 Weight : 780 g







PiR custom fork
 Removable brake mounts
 170 mm long externally machined steer tube
 M25 Top bolt
 PiR signature dropouts connexion
 Integrated aluminum headset race
 Weight : 850 g





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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #125 on: May 10, 2012, 04:49:35 PM »
PiR custom frame (not really flat oriented...)
 
 TT = 20.875"
 CS = 13.5" slamed
 HA = 75°
 SA = 71°
 Standover = 7.63"
 BB height = 11.5" / +1.06"
 117 mm long headtube
 Euro BB
 Wishbone on CS
 Swaged & bullet tipped CS and SS
 Externally machined seat tube
 Integrated pivotal system
 New 0.19" thick laser cutted dropouts for pegless riding
 Brake mounts for rear brake installation cable guide and cable stop
 Weight : 2080 g




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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #126 on: May 10, 2012, 05:03:25 PM »
I'm loving your burr stem combo! Seems like the clamping mecanism has to be very comfortable! Just to know, how much does it cost?

I really like how imaginative you are when making products. Keep up the good work and I really hope bussines goes well.
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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #127 on: May 10, 2012, 07:27:19 PM »
If I had the money to spare to get something done from you malo I would have you buld me a frame and fork in an instant.

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« Reply #128 on: May 10, 2012, 08:02:23 PM »
The only PiR frame Ive ran into personally was super light and the tubes were a little thicker than aluminum foil. Is it possible when ordering to get heavier and thicker tubes? If I were paying for something custom Id want it to be bomb proof.

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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #129 on: May 11, 2012, 12:48:20 AM »
Very nice work as always Malo.   B)    :beer:  Just curious, what is the average cost of a custom frame? I know each frame varies, but just the average....  ;D

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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #130 on: May 11, 2012, 08:17:30 AM »
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I'm loving your burr stem combo! Seems like the clamping mecanism has to be very comfortable! Just to know, how much does it cost?


I really think that the burr stem combo is from an ergonomic and aesthetical point of view, the best bar stem combo you can use.
The problem is that it's very complex to do and takes too much time. In fact it takes so much time that I'm afraid that this one was the last one I made, until I found an easiest way to reach the same result.
It takes almost as time as to make 2 frames !
I only sold this one for 150 Euros, because the customer who ordered it is a very good customer (and friend) and I always minimize the amount of work, especially when it's really the first time I make a product for a customer. And usually the first person who order a new product has a vey good price.

I prefer to not show the wedges/clamping system for the moment, because everything is not 100% finish from a patent point of view, but when you'll see it, you'll understand the simplicity, but also the ingenuity.

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I really like how imaginative you are when making products. Keep up the good work and I really hope bussines goes well.


Thanks a lot, it's because I reflected for a long time how things could be improved. But for now, I don't have time enough (because of the orders) to try all the things I have in my mind...

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If I had the money to spare to get something done from you malo I would have you buld me a frame and fork in an instant.


Thanks TJ, trust me that if I could lowered my price I would do it, but the trend is not this way, because of the price of the material that doesn't stop to increase...

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The only PiR frame Ive ran into personally was super light and the tubes were a little thicker than aluminum foil. Is it possible when ordering to get heavier and thicker tubes? If I were paying for something custom Id want it to be bomb proof.


I understand your point of view. Of course it's possible when you place an order to choose the diameters and thickness of the tubes used. I personnaly try to integrate when the kind of tubes are choosen if the rider is heavy/ligth, smooth/brutal or if he's a parts breaker...Each frame is made specificaly and I won't make the same frame for 2 different riders, if I consider they are different from the previously named parameters.

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Very nice work as always Malo.   B)    :beer:  Just curious, what is the average cost of a custom frame? I know each frame varies, but just the average....  ;D


The starting price for a simple double diamond raw (without paint) frame is 380 Euros + shipping.
The price for a custom color starts at 40 Euros (for a frame).
Depending the complexity and options, the price increase without really maximum, even if on average it's 450 Euros for a painted frame.
The most expensive frame I made was around 600 Euros (it was a friendly price compared to the time spent) raw and was exactly like my frame, except it didn't had any additionnal machining.

I'm working on a new frame I keep secret for a GF member that will be probably more epensive and lot of people will probably hate it (or love it ?), but what's sure is that it'll be VERY different...
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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #131 on: May 11, 2012, 01:53:26 PM »
I appreciate that answer man. Definitely professional.

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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #132 on: May 12, 2012, 11:52:53 AM »
I'm working on a new frame I keep secret for a GF member that will be probably more epensive and lot of people will probably hate it (or love it ?), but what's sure is that it'll be VERY different...

So very true ;)
It will be very interesting to see how it works in real life.

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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #133 on: May 12, 2012, 04:54:38 PM »
HAHHA I thought it might be you byke or Adam
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Re: PiR products part(s) gallery
« Reply #134 on: May 22, 2012, 04:52:03 PM »
New flatland custom frame :

Specs. :
 
 Top Tube : 19.3"
 CS : 12.7"
 Head angle : 75°
 Seat angle : 71.5°
 BB Height : +2.92"
 90 mm long headtube with custom machining
 Spanish BB
 Swaged & tapered rear tubes
 Lower gusset
 1780 g





Finally finished Burr stem combo :







In another registry, this is the first PiR race bike. Making another kind of bike is always a good practice and helps the company to stay alive.
It's inspired by the old brand Mecacycle...



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