Lighter than chromoly!

  • Discuss Lighter than chromoly! in the BMX Bike Tech forum in area BMX-Forum Community; currently i run a 2007 specialized fuse 1 and my entire frame is hi-ten. took off the brakes and th e rest is all stock. ended with 27 pounds. bad ass... ...
nowhales180

nowhales180

New Member
Lighter than chromoly! post #1
currently i run a 2007 specialized fuse 1 and my entire frame is hi-ten. took off the brakes and th e rest is all stock. ended with 27 pounds.
bad ass or wut?
 
dirtrider4life

dirtrider4life

New Member
Lighter than chromoly! post #2
it will break so yeah if you like broken things
 
JamesPromIII

JamesPromIII

New Member
Lighter than chromoly! post #3
Rofl hi-ten isn't that a walmart type of frame alloy?
 
nowhales180

nowhales180

New Member
Lighter than chromoly! post #4
then thats just an excuse for me to buy a new frame but for now, it hold up like a tank.
 
JamesPromIII

JamesPromIII

New Member
Lighter than chromoly! post #6
I don't know about that buy a new frame
 
JamesPromIII

JamesPromIII

New Member
Lighter than chromoly! post #7
Don't you want 4130 heat treated for your frame?
 
JamesPromIII

JamesPromIII

New Member
Lighter than chromoly! post #9
Don't know about any of them but they all look good
 
ParkLife

ParkLife

New Member
Lighter than chromoly! post #11
High tensile steel is brittle, heavy and weak, in comparison to Cr-Mo.

Cr-Mo is lighter and a hell of a lot stronger and responds better to heat treating.....

So yeah, you bike is bad..... but not bad ass.
 

New Topics

Top