New Spec Maybe

  • Discuss New Spec Maybe in the Street Riding forum in area BMX-Forum Community; Well I got bored so made a spec of parts for my bike that I could get sometime in the future. Like I'd slowly upgrade it as and when I get money. Here... ...
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samking181

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New Spec Maybe post #1
Well I got bored so made a spec of parts for my bike that I could get sometime in the future. Like I'd slowly upgrade it as and when I get money. Here it is, tell me what needs to be changed and o yeh, find me a 25t sprocket, preferably from www.alansbmx.com or www.customriders.co.uk :D. I ride street and some park :p


FRAME: Eastern Element 20.75" [SPRAYED WHITE SOON]
HEADSET: Intergrated

STEERING

FORK: Colony Official 10mm [BLACK]
STEM: A Bike Co Jump Off [BLACK]
BARS: S&M Slam XLT [BLACK]
ENDS: Plastic
GRIPS: Edwins [BLACK]

DRIVETRAIN

CRANKS: Primo Hollowbites Spanish
SPROCKET:
CHAIN: Shadow V2
PEDALS: Hamiltons Unsealed

BRAKING

BRAKES: Demolition Vulcan [WHITE]
LEVER: Odyssey Monolever
CABLE: Seventies Linear Cable [WHITE]

COMFORT

SEAT: Macneil Capital SL [BLACK]
POST: Macneil [BLACK]

REAR WHEEL

HUB: Primo Mix Casette 9t
RIM: Primo 6000 Balance
TYRE: Animal ASM 1.95

FRONT WHEEL

HUB: Demolition Bulimia 10mm
RIM: Primo 6000 Balance
TYRE: Odyssey Dirt Path 2.2
 
rect won

rect won

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New Spec Maybe post #2
on da rear and front hub to 14mm.other dan dat u good
 
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band aid

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New Spec Maybe post #3
get a tree sprocket and the macneil capital isn't thae same as the s.l.? if that is what you ment? but get the sl out of those two.
 
Gervasio

Gervasio

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New Spec Maybe post #4
Barends, u should get better ones, and pedals, should be sealed...
 
NewS3

NewS3

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New Spec Maybe post #5
If you like to be able to sit get the capital. MUCH more comfortable. As for axles, 14mm rear for sure, but I've been riding a hollow 10mm front with no problems on street (grinds, etc.) As for sprocket I ride a 25t Animal and love it, it's still perfectly straight. And I heard the primos aren't too great for rims. I guess the spokes pull out easily and my friend folded his in no time. So I'd at least change the rear since that's the one that usually takes more abuse.
 

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