Spooky Skeletor / Havoc-Staff

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mickey
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by mickey

So here's what I'd do to pimp that thing;
1. Pull wheel decals
2. Sand all logos off the SRAM Stuff.
2.2. Sand the gross logos off the ENVE fork.
3. Classic Flite
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4. Pick up a Thomson seat clamp
5. Ask me to send you the vector art of my logos to have a local sign shop print you some decals that use a prismatic silver base, maybe in a slightly larger size(or smaller, I don't give a *f##k*, but adding more dazzle to the decals would be cool).

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by drchull

Someone broke my carbon frame an I have been looking seriously at the havoc staff all week (that and a caad 10). There is a great deal on the L/XL on the site now. The Skeletor just wasn't big enough for me. I am a little worried though that the havoc-staff is a little long in reach and short in stack for my long legged, short torsoed body.
Yours looks great which just makes me want it more. The thomson stuff will look good, matching post is good. Maybe new ultimate alloy bar. Isn't thomson bringing out a road bar?

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by Janders

Thomson has a road bar on their website... it looks nice and matching... BUT IT IS CARBON which kinda kills the whole appeal of thomson to me.

Mickey, I am going to get a black saddle that fits me, allowing me to move this white saddle/bar/stem to my cross bike, which currently has been slapped together with crap i had lying around.

I like the idea of killing all the logos, making some sparkly blue decals, adding a couple of annodized blue bits that match the decal (at least close). Sounds like some fun stuff to do once the snow sets in and I tire of the trainer! Thanks for the offer about the decals, I'll email you about it later!

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Someone was asking about some of the special effects powders we have:

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I need to codify all of those colors with witty names otherwise I'm not doing my job...
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by KWalker

any in the flesh examples
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by dog

Anyone know where to purchase the Thomson bar?

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by mickey

dog wrote:Anyone know where to purchase the Thomson bar?


I'm not sure if the Thomson bars are available yet.
The Thomson guys stopped by the shop one afternoon and left us with some goodies for a show bike.
The bars feel pretty good, the oval top sections aren't nice with my tiny hands so I gave the bars to FTW.
They're nice and stiff though and seem to damp stuff well.

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