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Old 01-28-07, 06:29 PM
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Haro SX pro or SR 20?

i went to some bike shops this weekend and found two bikes i really like...Haro SX Pro and Haro SR 20. The Sx pro is $430 and the sr 20 $280. Then i looked at the specs. and only a few things are different. The forks(sx-chromoly race, sr-chromoly), the handlebars(sx-chromoly race, sr-chromoly), cranks(sx-truvativ race cranks. sr-chromoly), and the rims(sx-sun rhynolite,sr-haro)...is the SX Pro worth the $150 more than the SR 20?

here's the SX Pro
https://www.harobikes.com/bmx/bikes/group1_sxpro.php

here's the SR 20
https://www.harobikes.com/bmx/bikes/group1_sr20.php

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Old 01-28-07, 07:33 PM
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get a bel-air
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Originally Posted by bikerdfresh
get a bel-air
That was useless.
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Old 01-28-07, 08:51 PM
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Originally Posted by wethepeople
That was useless.
true...i need a racing bike
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He's racing, not freestyle. If i had the extra money i would buy the SX Pro, also is there a big weight difference?
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Originally Posted by Punx
He's racing, not freestyle. If i had the extra money i would buy the SX Pro, also is there a big weight difference?
Do some pushups.
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Lol, i have been getting alot stronger from bmxing...i can now bunnyhop over a skateboard on its side....like a foot i think or 10 inches.
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only 8 if it's a full size board.
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Oh damn...well i think i can do a bit higher..i need to find something bigger.
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the weight difference between the two bikes is like a pound....I think
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Ehhh, i would just go with the SR, not really big difference and you can always spend the extra money on upgrades
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but the cranks on the sx pro are a lot better....and i talked to my dad today and he said that 6061 aluminum(SR 20) is stronger than 7075 alum.(Sx Pro) and he's a welder and works with that stuff a lot
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WRONG, 7075 is stronger
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okay...how do you know...i'm not being rude i'm just wondering
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It's a well-known fact that 7075 aluminum is stronger in most aspects compared to 6061. A 7075 sprocket is in most aspects, stronger than a 6061 sprocket.
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Sprockets my good man. I have bent several 6061-T6 Aluminium but so far have bent no 7075-T6 ones. Also, my Dad is a metalurgist (sp?) and I have asked him the very same question, 'which is stronger?'. 7075 is used on Aircrafts (random fact for you there)
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This is also why i'm wondering why Odyssey are making the Million Dollar sprockets out of 7075 but the guards out of 6061
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Originally Posted by eightdip
This is also why i'm wondering why Odyssey are making the Million Dollar sprockets out of 7075 but the guards out of 6061
Make you buy more guards.
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Good point. Are they out in America yet?
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So you don't destroy the rails and copings that you hit with it, thus giving BMX'ers a bad name or making parks suck?
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Originally Posted by eightdip
Good point. Are they out in America yet?
Yes, for the most part, we get everything first.

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So you don't destroy the rails and copings that you hit with it, thus giving BMX'ers a bad name or making parks suck?
Eh, everyone else can deal. The next thing you know, there will be plastic sprockets.

On the other hand, that's not such a bad idea...
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Yes, for the most part, we get everything first.


Eh, everyone else can deal. The next thing you know, there will be plastic sprockets.

On the other hand, that's not such a bad idea...

maybe if they sold them for 50 cents...
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Originally Posted by eightdip
Sprockets my good man. I have bent several 6061-T6 Aluminium but so far have bent no 7075-T6 ones. Also, my Dad is a metalurgist (sp?) and I have asked him the very same question, 'which is stronger?'. 7075 is used on Aircrafts (random fact for you there)
6061-T6 is aircraft grade as well. Strength is relative, which is why different materials are used for different applications. Your sprocket sees different stresses than your frame.
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6061-T6 is aircraft grade as well. Strength is relative, which is why different materials are used for different applications. Your sprocket sees different stresses than your frame.
That's what I said Ex-man.
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