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Very nice DS! Get the dremel out and open up those seatstay cable guides so you can ditch the zip-ties.

Now quit shopping for Chumba's and get out and ride that thing. :D
 

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drumstix said:
Well I finalely decided to get of the arse and down size the pic's of the small framed RFX.
Wow, very nice. You've given me some good ideas for my build. I better start saving.

Patrick
 

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SSINGA said:
Very nice DS! Get the dremel out and open up those seatstay cable guides so you can ditch the zip-ties.

Now quit shopping for Chumba's and get out and ride that thing. :D
Busted!:p Should probably ditch the X5 too:blush:

Thanks everyone, not to many smalls show up so thats the main reason I posted them.

Trailadvent, so far Im loving the Oro's. I havent had the chance to really get them on a long DH run, were going to Mammoth in 3 weeks so I will have a better feel for them then. They are light, very easy to mount up, everything is very high quality and stop great right out of the box. I replace a "not so good" set of Juicey 5's on my wifes bike with a set of K24's and they feel great too and have a better feel then the Juicey's. Sofar my top brake has been the Mono M4's, so the Oro's have some tough shoe's to fill.

Thanks for all the kind words brotha's!
 

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Beautiful.

Too pretty. How do you guys keep your bikes so clean? Mine has been dirty since I pulled it out of the box almost two years ago. :)
 

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does zilla know ya stole his bike and ran it through the dryer? hes gonna kick yer ass!

very sweet rig. excited to here more on the formulas when ya get back from mammoth. so far theyre at the top of my list of future considerations.
 

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Very nice that's the last time it looks so clean I hope :D
Is your rear tyre the wrong way round?
 

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Trailadvent, so far Im loving the Oro's. I havent had the chance to really get them on a long DH run, were going to Mammoth in 3 weeks so I will have a better feel for them then. They are light, very easy to mount up, everything is very high quality and stop great right out of the box. I replace a "not so good" set of Juicey 5's on my wifes bike with a set of K24's and they feel great too and have a better feel then the Juicey's. Sofar my top brake has been the Mono M4's, so the Oro's have some tough shoe's to fill.
Cheers DS Im gonna try to get some limited K24s GM models for the RFX & sell my Mag Frs which are great brakes and put Puros on the Spot so I have a similar cockpit layout from bike to bike, like you I'm impressed and the simplicity is very appealing, I have probs trying to fit adaptors to forks etc to all my different rotors and fork changes:eekster:, though this is finished with now the Spot is sorted just have to wait and decide on 07 Marz for my RFX or Lyrik after being so impressed by the PIKE.

Keep us updated keen to hear if the Forms exceed yr Hope 4s and also how yr I9s go over time, Ive just built up some gold Hadleys to DT5.1D rims and straight pull spokes brass nipps and impressed with stiffness.
I see even Sam Hill is using 5.1s on his DH this year.
 
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