my top fuel 110

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stout_ster101
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by stout_ster101

heres my bike, not complete ww but soon to be, upgrades will be next to current part

Frame: 2005 top fuel 110 19.5''
Fork: manitou black comp SOON to be reba world cup
Shifters: 06 xo triggers**not in pict
Brakes: 06 juicy carbons**not in pict
Rear Derail: 06 xo med cage
Front Derail: 05 xt
Cassette: XT
Seatpost: FSA KForce
Stem: FSA OS-115**not in pict
Bar: FSA KForce**not in pict
Crank: FSA KForce
Headset: FSA Orbit X
Wheels: XTR hubs Laced to mavis xc717 with competition spokes SOON to be ck hubs laced to prototype bontrager carbon rims (gotta love those guys down in waterloo)
Cables: Azteck Powerlines
Tires: Hutchitson UST silver withe stans**not in pict

http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/8721/bike0013ve.jpg
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http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/1261/bike0030so.jpg
http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/6240/bike0041qy.jpg


[edited by Frankie => changed img. to url and moved to the Introduce Yourself forum]
At least your bike doesn't get mad at you when you ride another, unlike a girl...

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mpap89
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by mpap89

why did you have saint brakes on it. Just out of curiousity.

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by skogling

Najs bajk !

//Skogling

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Lukas Koukal
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by Lukas Koukal

Only that I don´t like Manitou products... however, it´s sweet!!!
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by Tippster

A lighter way to stop the cable end from fraying is to dip in a little superglue and not the heavier option of a cable crimp.

small point, but all the grams do add up...
"Ride it like you've just stolen it!"

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Lukas Koukal
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by Lukas Koukal

Don´t care about cable stops, he didn´t even use the front brake housing & caliper! :shock: But the rotor rests there... why?! For the look?! :lol: Just joking, man, hope you´ll finish the thing soon and post more pictures than...
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Mads Kock
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by Mads Kock

Nice to see how others have build their TopFuel! I like your build - seems like a nice combination of some reasonable lightweightparts and some trustworthy parts. I chose another way to build mine but it's just a matter of taste 8)

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stout_ster101
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by stout_ster101

this was a older pict of the build i got from a friend that he took, the reason for saint wasnt really a reason i got the whole set wtih levers for free, jsut to get into disc and i really was just getting into disc thus the no hose in front, but now i have juicy carbons and they kick ass, i hope to get you guys some picts soon, and the fork is going to go im debating over a rockshox reba world cup or a fox rlt100 any opinions? umm other than that i put the rest of the carbon goodies from fsa on (a pro deal thing i got going on), umm 06 xo shifters that rule, and the new cassette that is trick as hell, im proud of my silver bullet, i bought everything myself, built my own wheels, and built and maintained it all so yeah im proud being one of the yougest kids to be able to fully service any product out there, my specialties are forks and hubs, so yeah, thanks agian all, and keep riding
At least your bike doesn't get mad at you when you ride another, unlike a girl...

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