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Old 08-12-11, 02:28 PM   #501
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Would anyone else besides me have interest in MSW Derp V wheelsets? In black and silver perhaps?
I've been looking at Electric Blue Deep V for a long time now
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Old 08-12-11, 03:58 PM   #502
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I've been looking at Electric Blue Deep V for a long time now
MSW or NMSW? I like to at least have the front machined so I can run a brake, but then I like things symmetrical so I might as well have both machined...
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If it came in any other size besides 25.4 I'd consider it. Damn that stem cap looks HAWT!




Hey Scrod, Are you going to stock the new I-806TR V2??

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Hey Scrod, Are you going to stock the new I-806TR V2??

Absolutely.
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Cuanto cuesta? In other words how would the prices compare to the I05?

Wait... I thought the new I-806TR wouldn't be drilled for a brake?
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I got a chance at getting a prototype pre release of this at my LBS/ leader dealer for a discount. They look great but only on a freestyle/ downhill bike...

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They didn't change anything? OR did they just restock another batch if I presume correctly? Because if I recall correctly the V1 was curved and the version that they pulled was exactly like that^.
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Cuanto cuesta? In other words how would the prices compare to the I05?

Wait... I thought the new I-806TR wouldn't be drilled for a brake?
Pretty sure that's a different fork altogether. The new batch of I806TR forks will be exactly the same as the last.
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Pretty sure that's a different fork altogether.
Oh.
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anyone of a pic of a built up silver kinlin XR-270 kit?
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anyone of a pic of a built up silver kinlin XR-270 kit?
found some of the 300s



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Does anyone else think they look almost white to me? Also that right Record shifter is bent.
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They don't look white in real life. The pics I posted on the previous page are pretty accurate.
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'V.track' pedal straps sneak peek:


http://retrogression-news.blogspot.c...k-peek_20.html
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Old 08-20-11, 09:44 AM   #514
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Looks cool!

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Scrod, do you have a weight on the Alex/Novatech wheelset? Considering them for my Kilo (rear wheel is trashed )

Also very excited about the new straps, it will be nice to have an option other than the overpriced/shipped from Europe Auroras.
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Scrod, do you have a weight on the Alex/Novatech wheelset? Considering them for my Kilo (rear wheel is trashed )

Also very excited about the new straps, it will be nice to have an option other than the overpriced/shipped from Europe Auroras.
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Scrod are those new track straps compatible with gr 9's?

And I've seen your lady with a concor... impending sign of good news ahead?
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That's the weight of one rim. Not the whole wheelset.

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Scrod are those new track straps compatible with gr 9's?
You'd need to use bolts to secure the front strap but yeah, they'll work.

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Maaaaaaaaybeeeeeeee.......
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Scrod, do you have a weight on the Alex/Novatech wheelset? Considering them for my Kilo (rear wheel is trashed )
I don't have an actual weight of the wheels built up but I'll throw a set on the scale Monday and report back.

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Yeah, we figured it was time to unleash another strap - especially because so many people always ask about the V1.5s being compatible with track pedals. The set I've been testing on my 722 are awesome.
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Scrod, have you ever considered stocking road (geared) specific equipment/components? It would be really cool to have some stuff available.
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Scrod, have you ever considered stocking road (geared) specific equipment/components? It would be really cool to have some stuff available.
-1 This would be considerably less cool. For that we got nashbar. You've got the best "boutique" site on the net. Just keep selling the stuff you personally like.
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-1 This would be considerably less cool. For that we got nashbar. You've got the best "boutique" site on the net. Just keep selling the stuff you personally like.
I just thought it would be a good idea. You're right, I can't really see Retrogression carrying full groupsets, lycra kits, and bottle cages, but it would be cool to have a couple road specific items. And +1 for roadie stuff from Nashbar.
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