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BIKE CHECK, rahul mulani's custom on/off road monster.

FRAME: GHOST dual team. 7005 T6 heat treated alloy, handmade.
frame size: 14"
TT: 21.5" cable mounts on toptube
headtube: 1.1/8
huge ass gussets at TT/DT/HT
rectangular chain stay/seat stay
CNC'd dropouts, disc mounts/V brake mounts

manitou nixon 6" travel
SVP-evolve schrader valve-for better pedaling efficiency
pressute range 30 psi (low platform) 150 psi (high platform)
bottom resistance adjustable
preload & rebound adjustable

cranks: truvative holzfeller ISIS drive 175mm
BB: truvative ISIS drive
sprocket: shimano saint 38T
cassette: SRAM 32/11 eight speed
rear D: SRAM X.09 short cage
shifter: SRAM X.09 trigger shift
chain: SRAM PCSO chrome
pedals: animal stephen hamilton, sealed bearings& polymer bushing. CRMO spindle 9/16
replaceable pins

hubs: shimano sealed 32 hole 3/8 QR
spokes: DT swiss/ brass nipples/ 14 gauge
rims: SUN RING'LE rhyno lite, eyelited spoke holes. 599X27mm double wall
tire/tube: serfas burner26"X2.35 F/R with FPS (flat protection system), standard kenda tubes.

calipers: hayes MX one F/R
rotors: front hayes 6". rear hayes 8"
levers: avid with reach adjuster

stem: club roost 50mm reach
handlebars: pro taper riser 7000 alloy. 27" wide, 12 degree backsweep, 2 degree upsweep
headset: FSA the pig, 1.1/8" sealed bearings
saddle/post: WTB speed V. trans X 31.6
clamp: trans X

lizzard skins lockon grips
fly barends
truvative box guide chain guide
odyssey slick kables

if your'e one of those adrenaline junkies,who take off to the wilderness when the week ends,
this is " the bike" to have. very impressive handling, the 6 incher is an animal of a fork, when it comes to trails. goes over boulders likes nobodys business. the rear end of the bike is very stiff & flex free.which is the main factor in the absolutly incredible handling. thanks to the rectangle SS/CS. go on jump over those naturally formed mud pile jumps, dont worry your chin aint comming off, truvative box guide remember :D. precise braking at the tip of just one finger. the hayes and the avid setup feels perfect, and these puppies bite befor they bark, in any weather condition. (full face helmet recommended on trails)

or if your'e that urban commuter dude, then let me tell you. just put a set of slick road tires, and viola you have an absoflippinloutly fast street machine. go over pavements, sidewalks, dividers.(wear that helmet) and you'll be there before that piddly auto or car.

where to buy it from?
not available, custom built.
how much does it weigh?
under 30 lbs.
why is the front disc smaller than the rear?
fork is 6" rotor only.
whats that decepticon looking thing on the cranks?
chain guide,prevents your chain from coming off. keeping those shins scarless.
how is it looking so clean after that sahapur ride this sunday?
GeAR the bike shop baby.
is he selling it?
no way.
how much did it cost?
good question.

thank you.

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38t chainwheel too small..switch to 44...doin the same on my bike..
The guide is 38 max. We gonna put profile's on it, as soon as we get that euro 19mm BB.
How is yo bike doin. We'l do your bike check also.
hey muggu
the 38 is the max the chainguide accepts, so I'm-a-keepin it.
dpak checkd out the new one i got...takes till 46....worth teh extra 6 k...+ ull always find takers for our outgoin chain guide...
also...the fork can be upgraded to 8 inch witha simple convertor...that shud b available on line for abt 10.00 gbp + shippin...i got 1 on the chase...also reduces the risk of losing threads on the fork mount if u need to go thru disc pads once evry 6 months or so...



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