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    This is a highlight video of the contest at the...

    This is a highlight video of the contest at the Factory skatepark in Newnan, Ga from febuary. This contest had a great turnout and tons of awesome riding. This was the first one I have ever entered...
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    I'm from atlanta and there are tons of good...

    I'm from atlanta and there are tons of good street spots and a few good parks as well. Not too sure of anything in the savannah area, but check the forums of atlbmx.com. There should be people on...
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    If you don't mind a little drive Fat City in...

    If you don't mind a little drive Fat City in Peachtree City is an awesome shop. All they carry is bmx bikes, mostly Haro and Redline. But we can order WethePeople and Fit completes also. We have...
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    Frame: fly pantera 21" euro bb and standard...

    Frame: fly pantera 21" euro bb and standard headtube
    fork: odyssey race
    stem: odyssey elementary
    bars: odyssey civilian
    brake lever: left tech 77
    grips: longneck
    bar ends: primo
    front wheel:...
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    the slower you go the harder its going to be for...

    the slower you go the harder its going to be for you to balance. My recomendation would be to find a 8-12 stair rail w/o a kink at the bottom, with stairs on one side and bushes/grass on the other.
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    If you feel brave you can file/grind down the...

    If you feel brave you can file/grind down the brake bosses to lower the amount of slop you are experiancing. If you decide to go this route, be VERY careful to not damage the threads inside the...
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    Depending on what kind of surface you ride on,...

    Depending on what kind of surface you ride on, 35psi is going to ruin your wheels and your going to get a ton of flats. For someone that is 220lbs, I would say run no less than 60-70psi.
  8. Thread: Haro sx comp

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    You can probably pull it off, the wheels will...

    You can probably pull it off, the wheels will need some maintinence, but most things should be alright. Most people's "street" bikes now adays are race bikes w/ 14mm rear axles.
  9. If you don't mind spending a lot of money go with...

    If you don't mind spending a lot of money go with nokon cables. But like the above said, routing is most likely your main problem.nokon.com
  10. Thread: trek 3900

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    I know the 3900 frame and fork are disk brake...

    I know the 3900 frame and fork are disk brake compatable, but I'm not sure it the wheels are. Look on the non-drive side of your hubs and see if there are some holes with threading in them, if so...
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    I haven't heard this complaint specific to ti...

    I haven't heard this complaint specific to ti frames, although it may be true. I encounter people complaining about this problem often, I usually take out the cups (on euro bb frames), check for any...
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    Frame: Fly Pantera Fork: Odyssey race Headset:...

    Frame: Fly Pantera
    Fork: Odyssey race
    Headset: Solid
    Stem: Elementary
    Bars: Civilian
    Brake Lever: Tech 77
    Cable: Linear
    Brake: Diatech with koolstop pads
    Cranks: Ghetto 4 year old profiles...
  13. Thread: fly brakes

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    As stated above, go anywhere but dans. All brakes...

    As stated above, go anywhere but dans. All brakes now adays come with all the necessary hardware. Honestly, these brakes should be one of the last upgrades for your bike, most people Ive come in...
  14. Thread: cassetes

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    or your local grocery store

    or your local grocery store
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    Cased a long double, went over the front end, got...

    Cased a long double, went over the front end, got stabbed in the stomach by my bars=ruptured spleen
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    thats typical of a freecoaster, some high end...

    thats typical of a freecoaster, some high end feecoasters can be adjusted but chances are since this came stock on your bike that its not adjustable. I suggest getting a non-freecoaster wheel.
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    Those cups that you normally have to press into...

    Those cups that you normally have to press into the head tube are machined out of the headtube. It gives you a lower stack height and eliminates morons beating their cups with hammers and wood.
  18. Thread: Bike checks

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    I guess my post didn't come accross the way I...

    I guess my post didn't come accross the way I wanted it to. I think its cool to look at other people's bikes just like hot rod enthusiasts enjoy going to car shows and looking at other people's...
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    Its just about that easy. Like the other guy...

    Its just about that easy. Like the other guy said, just the crown, then but the bearings in the head tube and go on like its a normal headset. I hope these become an industry standard in bmx, I'm...
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    get a chromoly post

    get a chromoly post
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    test

    test
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    For my mtb I use white lightning because it...

    For my mtb I use white lightning because it doesn't attract dirt and dust as bad. For my bmx I use tri flow, it seems to lube a bit better, and make the chain run abit smoother. My bmx rarely...
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    I'm not sure if your looking for a complete or...

    I'm not sure if your looking for a complete or just the frame or what your price range is. I ride a haro escape 8.2 and love it. I ride a lot of trails (dirt jumps for the non bmxers) and a good...
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    I ride a haro escape 8.2 that I converted to...

    I ride a haro escape 8.2 that I converted to single speed. I don't ride too much street on it, but I ride trais (dirt jumps) and a lot of skatepark. I'm sure it would hold up to a lot of street...
  25. Thread: Bike checks

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    Bike checks

    I think it would be a good idea to have a bike check section. One thing I really enjoy about the http://www.bikeguide.org forum that I go to often is being able to see what kind of setups my peers...
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