Author Topic: Chris bikecheck update!  (Read 3374 times)

Offline Flatland-Cris

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Chris bikecheck update!
« on: September 24, 2012, 02:19:12 AM »
Frame : Sickchild Instrumental 18:25TT updated.
HandleBar : Sickchild 7-threes updated.
 Grip : Cult Dehart
 Bar End : Autum
 Stem : Bizhouse v2 26mm
 Headset : FSA Impact
 Fork : Flatware zero offset updated
 Crank : Profile Mini Magnutanium -upgraded TI Spindel
BB : Blank Mid 19mm
Pedal : Animal Hamiltion
 Sprocket : Eastern Madusa 23T
 Seatpost : Primo
 Seat : Alienation back & black slider pivotal
Seat Clamp : Federal slim
 Chain : Oxford halflink
 Front wheel : Profile Mini Hub 28H
                      Alienation Deviant 28H
                      DT Swiss X28
 Back wheel : Federal shell with geisha internals
                      Primo Blanace 7005
                      DT Swiss spokes and Gsport taperd hex nipples
Front pegs : Tree Balsa
 Back pegs : Tree Balsa
Front tyre :Suelo updated.
Rear tyre : Suelo updated.
Tubes: halfords 20" and continental
Greese & lube : halfords bikehut tefalon lube & GT85
Mods : bars cut dow, post cut,rear axel bolts changed to locking wheel nuts
extra few wee pics at the end of the swap, 18:25",18:75" & 19:25"  allll in ulster baby! ;)





 
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Phatman

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Re: Chris bikecheck update!
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2013, 08:13:15 AM »
I cant believe no one has commented on this! Love your bike, after nearly 3 years my Instrumental will be built this year! I bought it new sat on it for nearly 2 years. Sold it, then found out just how rare the 19.25s are so i bought it straight back & now im finally going to build it haha.

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Re: Chris bikecheck update!
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2013, 06:53:15 PM »
That half link chain is overkill... at least get one with hollow pins  :beer:

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Re: Chris bikecheck update!
« Reply #3 on: January 06, 2013, 12:24:51 PM »
Nice bike!
How does the front wheel hold up with 28 spokes? Is is stiff enough? I guess you are not heavy...
I would agree with outriding's comment about the chain. It seems like you want to have a light bike. Another chain could probably save 200g. A 10-speed road racing chain (which should work with a 3/32" sprocket and a Geisha driver) with 68 links weighs about 170g. I think as long as you do not run it super tight it will last. For me it works.

Offline Flatland-Cris

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Re: Chris bikecheck update!
« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2013, 02:43:09 AM »
half link was done away with and replaced with a cult one i still perfer halflinks weight isent an issue i have to run it super tight chain slap and noise atall annoys me lol i dont notice any differance in the wheel just looks cleaner,im only 8 stone so i wudent feel much flex haha!

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Offline Luis Elías

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Re: Chris bikecheck update!
« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2013, 08:32:30 AM »
Love your bike; it's almost identical to mine