Azonic Elixir Frameset

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $269.95


Product Description

  • dirt jumping BMX frame.
  • 4130 chromoly and features solid steel 1/4" dropouts.
  • 14mm axle capability, oversize C.N.C. machined headtube, wrap around front gusset for maximum durability and 990 brake mounts.


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by rob allweil a Weekend Warrior from california

    Date Reviewed: June 29, 2002

    Strengths:    Everything! its light its strong its got some slick s bend chain stays that hold up, lazer etched azonic logo on the drop outs, full 4130 chromoly, made in the USA, thick 1 1/8" headtube, 14mm dropouts that are thick enough, its all good, sweet welds, awesome gussets, square wishbone in back, 990 brake mounts on the chainstays-i had my doubts but this is one kick a$s frame...manuals like a dreamspins fast, its light at about 7 pounds...

    Weaknesses:    not really a frame issue but a personal one-it could have had some welded gyro tabs cause if i want to put my gyro on i have to put some stupid plate in...

    Bottom Line:   
    this frame is awesome-best frame ive used no doubt about it, sweet perfect geometry...i love this frame

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    Favorite Trail:   northridge skate park (NSP)

    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Price Paid:    $270.00

    Purchased At:   Azonic

    Similar Products Used:   haro mirra flair 2001 (peice of sh!t) kmart style GTs (j/p my friends voelker) sh!tty dynos, ok robinsons, multiple free agents that go by fast...etc

    Bike Setup:   azonic elixir frame, azonic grips, haro kneesaver 2k bars, haro f/s stem, haro mega fork, specialized/free agent peg in front(1) with an alloy free agent wheel 3/8, single wall rim, haro HFC cranks, profile blackjack sprocket (on the left) KMC chain, free agent seat, haro seat post, free agent seat post clamp, tektro fs 10 brake in back, odyssey slic kable, bulletproof freestyle brake lever, haro spyder peg with chain tensioner in back (1), redline/alex supra E LSD back wheel, sh!tty GT airbag tire (r), 14 year old tioga comp III tire in front, primo chain tensioner, poverty hustler pedals, etc...

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by celvin humpre a Racer from new jersey

    Date Reviewed: July 18, 2001

    Strengths:    b

    Weaknesses:    g

    Bottom Line:   
    g

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    Favorite Trail:   big balls trail

    Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

    Price Paid:    $290.00

    Purchased At:   bunguys bike shop

    Similar Products Used:   g

    Bike Setup:   g

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