Charlie don't bike!
At long last here it is (you can settle down now ink1373):
seatpost and saddle
only at a university!
Haro Group 1 Race frame in chrome
long seatpost from an exercise bike paired with old sissy bar and an extra saddle rail clamp
selle italia gel saddle
unmarked tall stem
shadow conspiracy 'Ol dirty grips'
Kashimax toptube protector
truvativ bb adapter
campy Gran Sport strada cranks 52t
shadow conspiracy interlock chain
wellgo pedals and clips
Normandy rear hub laced to unmarked alloy 20" rim (built by George at parts unknown... It took him FOREVER!)
GT front hub laced radially with I think around 72 spokes to an unmarked 20" rim
kenda kwest 20x1.5 tires
cheap stamped 15t cog (changing this to 16 or 17. pm me if you have extra cogs!)
dura ace lockring
I'll probably be switching out the bars and stem at some point because I don't like the stem much and I still need to work on the fitting. Probably either a BMX style with cross supported bars or track drops like johnny skidmark's bike (wil be much harder to pull off). Right now the seat is set back behind the BB more than I am used to making it damn hard to skid without really throwing yourself forward. I'm going to bend the seatpost a little to make it more upright and find another slightly longer sissy bar (the one I'm using it at its max). The gear ratio also makes skidding hard so I'm going to need to step down the gearing a little.
Other than that its a blast to ride. It turns wickedly fast and when I'm cranking its almost like the front wheel is just skimming over the road. I have got into a couple close calls with the no brakes but the turning power is pretty much as good as braking power for keeping you out of trouble and avoiding peds. This isn't exactly the kind of bike I'd want to ride all the time but for my short commutes its awesome and people (cyclists rather) are always rubbernecking to see it. Plus the guys at the LBS think I'm insane now.
I had a load of fun building this up and I would reccomend a project like this as long as you've got another bike to ride as well. As always I went way over budget but what are you gonna do?
EDIT: I still need to put a Kashimax top tube protector on it... Can't forget that.