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PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2006 7:40 pm 
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Still awaiting my EL levers from DirtBoy. Ignore the Paul's Levers for now.
All that's left are the ExtraLite Ultralevers which, are hopefully on their way. I couldn't wait for the build any longer so I threw on the Paul levers. I think I achieved the circus big top color scheme. This is my first non-black/grey bike.

Cage Bolts, Race Bolts Al 3g
AC BB 149g
Levers EL 68g
Brakes EL 198g
Nokon/Power Cordz Cbls. 96g
DA 12/27 Cassette 179
SRAM Hollow P. Chain 244g
RF Next LP Crank w/Sugino
SS 42/32 and QBP 20th Al
Al bolts all around 530g
Token Crank Bolts 12g
F DR XTR 123g
R DR DA Tuned 178g
SID RACE 1274g
18inch Voodoo Sobo Sc 1352g
Secret Grip Recipe 16g
Syntace Duraflite Bar 118g
AC Ultralite HS 78g
Zipp HS Spacer 4g
Speedplay Frog Ti Pedals 204g
RaceBolt Skewers 45g
Extralite Seat Binder Ti 9g
SLR Saddle 138g
USE Alien Post-Cut 196g
SRAM Attack Shift 167g
Synatce Stem w/Ti bolts 99g
Stan's Crow Tires 840g
Stan's Goop 75g
Tune/ZTR/Revo Wheelset 1278g


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Looks very cool, I like the blend of colors!


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Joe Designed the frame nuff said :thumbup:

Does that rear wheel need centering :D

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interesting color scheme..but i like it


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beane wrote:
Joe Designed the frame nuff said :thumbup:

Does that rear wheel need centering :D


Your right, it's a Joe Murray frame. It has his name on the ST. I'm told the frame has a Tiawanese origin. I wasn't aware that joe moved to Tiawan. :wink: The rear brake is now centered. :thumbup: The colors are a bit much but, it works better in real life and I think makes the bike 20% faster.

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I love old school Konas. Joe Murray magic! :wink: You one looks fantastic!

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Nice bike!

is it possible to buy those Racebolt Skewers online? checked the website but couldn't them! What do you think of them?

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Nice bike!

is it possible to buy those Racebolt Skewers online? checked the website but couldn't them! What do you think of them?


I think they are all sold out. They are not on the website and were only available via phone orders. They had a small batch in stock but the rods were a bit too short. I had to swap out the Racebolt rod in the back and replace with a slightly longer SRP rod I had laying around. The nuts are first class, though!

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gotta love the Murray bikes!

Nice ride Axis II. (but the colors hurt my eyes :wink: )

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Frankie - B wrote:
gotta love the Murray bikes!

Nice ride Axis II. (but the colors hurt my eyes :wink: )


Yes, the consensus seems to be that it's way too loud. Maybe it just needs more carbon. :wink: I was going for a circus big top color scheme and I appear to have achieved the sideshow freak look. Doh...!!!

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Axis, I have this American Classic BB on order and it said the bb doesn't come with bolts. Where do you get them? Are they steel?

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Axis, I have this American Classic BB on order and it said the bb doesn't come with bolts. Where do you get them? Are they steel?

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Hyperbolts.com for the Token M15, I think. Don't forget to also order the required Ti washers. They are not included w/the bolts for some crazy reason.

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Oh man . . . that's what I just ordered . . . w/o washers! Hopefully, they will catch it before they pack.

(It's kind of silly but I also ordered ti adjustment screws for my front and rear ders.)

Thanks for reminding me though!

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Nice setup Axis!! I'm thinking about ordering a voodoo sobo as well. The geometry is perfect for me and I dig the color. Nice Rig!! Keep us posted.

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Excellent build. Almost as light as my Road bike. :shock: Colors look fine to me, but as long as you can kick your buds butts, that's what counts. :D
What's the terrain like up there? I'd fall on my face with those little knobs.

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