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For the money, the Sette Razo can't be beat. I have one built with an X9 drivetrain, but I'm getting rid of the drivetrain and making it a SS with a White Eno hub.

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I bought my 08 Redline Monocog Flight 29er frame (frame only) for $185. I'm building it now and I can't wait to finish it. I test rode a complete Flight and it rides great.
 

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Iluv2adjust said:
Sette Razzo $179..just started building mine!
How is the quality? Did you have to face/chase the BB? How is the head tube quality? Is the brake mount plane?
Looking really hard at buying this frame instead of the Access.

Back to OP, from what I have read both the Access XCL9r at Performance and the Sette Razzo at Price Point are good frames
in that price point. (Yea pun)
 

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I've got a Motobecane Outcast frame I bought here. It can be run as geared or SS since it has rear vertical sliding dropouts. Fairly light (not as light as the razzo or access). I had issues with the rear tire not being centered in the chain and seat stays. Haven't figured out if the frame is cattywompus or i just don't have the sliders adjusted correcty. Its held up so far to my 300 lb arse for about 100 miles.
 

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Bounty Hunter said:
I bought my 08 Redline Monocog Flight 29er frame (frame only) for $185. I'm building it now and I can't wait to finish it. I test rode a complete Flight and it rides great.
So where did you get the frame from?
 

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Got Razzo at Pricepoint.com..Shipping was a little steep at $38..came to $219 total. Or you can do a nationwide craigslist search. there were a few frames there too.
 

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I purchased my XCL 9r for $89. Had the frame shipped to the store for pickup and BB facing was free! Their specials depend on the day/time in addition to the normal markdowns. Mine is converted to a SS using a Yess ETR-B tensioner and has been a great bike so far. You may want to get a Cane Creek ZS-3 headset, as the included one is cheap.
http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/18...adsets/Cane-Creek-ZS-3-Zero-Stack-Headset.htm
 

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Godspeed, I really love my Motobecane Outcast 29er. I'm set up singlespeed but it has cable stops and a derailleur hanger if you want to go geared. According to Sasquach's link, Bike Island only has the 21" size left. Too bad, I thought about getting another. Oh, and Sassquatch, it's really easy to get your wheel crooked with the sliders. Keep practicing.
 
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