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The Horror: Junk Build, High-End-Hatchet job, Frankenbike Challenge Extravaganza

Old 10-31-23, 05:45 PM
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Not exactly a candidate of the thread challenge, however it is Halloween.










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I'm leaning toward a bonus point for air flow mitigation on the Smella via the untrimmed zip ties. Those things should act just like the spoilers on the NASCAR cup bodies. There is no way passing would be easy with all of the air being disturbed by those things. Smiles, Dave # 3
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
I'm leaning toward a bonus point for air flow mitigation on the Smella via the untrimmed zip ties. Those things should act just like the spoilers on the NASCAR cup bodies. There is no way passing would be easy with all of the air being disturbed by those things. Smiles, Dave # 3
My brother, who was a helicopter pilot in the Army had this to say: "I was calmly admiring the work until I got to the zip ties. Thatís toe curling stuff. Iím not even certain those have been properly tensioned, and they definitely need a trim. Our flight ops chief would tell you it doesnít need more propellers."
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I forgot to mention the shifting in my earlier mini ride report for the Stella. Given how it was behaving in the work stand I was expecting a real "find 'em and grind 'em" experience, but it was actually very good most of the time. I wasn't attempting precise shifts, just kind of slapping it to a random location based on where I wanted to be between my high gear and my low gear, and it generally found a cog and worked quietly. I guess Shimano had already figured out to put a bit of wiggle room in their jockey wheels by the time they made the Eagle. Plus the huge knobs on the shifters make them easy to grab.

But all that changed about half a mile before I got back to the park-and-ride. After I downshifted for a slight hill the chain started jumping and I just couldn't get it to stop no matter how gently I moved the shifter. I gave up and just accepted the racket until I finished the ride.

It turns out what had happened is that when I hit the hill I bumped the front shifter with my leg and it was trying to jump up to the big chainring. Did I mention that I used a top-normal front derailleur on this? Now that's a horror.

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Originally Posted by Andy_K
Halloween is here. Time to bring the horror!




Bravo!

The tour de force is, of course, the bar ends on bar ends, which never dawned on me (who knows why), but here is art. In practice, infinite possibilities exist. I'm imagining bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends on bar ends. You could have a 30ft handlebar if you really wanted to, totally custom!!


I was so enthralled by the handlebars, that I didn't even notice all the zip ties. Words leave me. It's too magnificent to comprehend!


EDIT: I was FULLY expecting to see this bike (and USAZorro 's, for that matter) in the 'October Orange' bike thread...

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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
EDIT: I was FULLY expecting to see this bike (and USAZorro 's, for that matter) in the 'October Orange' bike thread...

It's there. I just put it under a spoiler markup so as not to offend those with delicate sensibilities.
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
It's there. I just put it under a spoiler markup so as not to offend those with delicate sensibilities.

I did a bad thing in that thread, lol. Couldn't help it! Beauty needs to be viewed to be appreciated! Plus, sort of like jumping into an ice bath in sub-zero conditions, sometimes we need to do the hard things to reap the benefits
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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
I did a bad thing in that thread, lol. Couldn't help it! Beauty needs to be viewed to be appreciated! Plus, sort of like jumping into an ice bath in sub-zero conditions, sometimes we need to do the hard things to reap the benefits
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Well Halloween is over and it's winter Holliday tourist early ski season in Fairplay. So time for this challenge to end for me the Fuji coaster was a bit of a fail and the Zombie Juenet Turned out pretty good will likely change it back to a more normal bike in the next few days may keep the odd Edge triple crank it is surprisingly super smooth for a oblong chain set and the bit of extra power and triple is nice. So her are some last pics of the Jeunet Zombie in the wild.



Yes snow, mud, ice, wash boards and rough gavel with sunny blue skies and soft white clouds.
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A few more pics of the Jeunet Zombi fugure maybe I can get a few last point's from the judges and I just like them.

Did some grey scale for effect against the cool background.



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Magnificent job folks. My Bowlnago is soon to be completed over the next week or so since I am back in town!
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Magnificent job folks. My Bowlnago is soon to be completed over the next week or so since I am back in town!

Yes!

I as well may have some time to dedicate to working on the Crapamount, unfortunately!
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Okay, in what could be considered a waste of time, exercise in futility, spitting into the wind, etc (nothing new here), I have accomplished something on the Crapamount! Donít worry, Iím not proud of it.

We now have a (dangerously) rideable bike!





If my ethos on this build was: Put in the littlest effort imaginable, using the cheapest parts possible, with the most shock-factor available, and pretend like I have no clue what Iím doing, with no regard for safety, compatibility, or beautyÖIíd end up about exactly where I am right now! Believe it or not, it is intentional. This poor bike

I took in for a spin around the yard , and if one was able to get past the crunchy, snappy noise of what must be an incompatible chain, Iím extremely afraid and disappointed to report - I liked it!


And yes, there are Huffy parts on this bike.

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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
Okay, in what could be considered a waste of time, exercise in futility, spitting into the wind, etc (nothing new here), I have accomplished something on the Crapamount! Don’t worry, I’m not proud of it.

We now have a (dangerously) rideable bike!





If my ethos on this build was: Put in the littlest effort imaginable, using the cheapest parts possible, with the most shock-factor available, and pretend like I have no clue what I’m doing, with no regard for safety, compatibility, or beauty…I’d end up about exactly where I am right now! Believe it or not, it is intentional. This poor bike

I took in for a spin around the yard , and if one was able to get past the crunchy, snappy noise of what must be an incompatible chain, I’m extremely afraid and disappointed to report - I liked it!


And yes, there are Huffy parts on this bike.
Let the chain tension off a bit for this type build you want a bit of slack and give flipping the chain a try brake it and turn it over so the other side is against the cogs this often works to smooth stuff out on cheap builds . Great job so far really like it.
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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
Okay, in what could be considered a waste of time, exercise in futility, spitting into the wind, etc (nothing new here), I have accomplished something on the Crapamount! Donít worry, Iím not proud of it.

We now have a (dangerously) rideable bike!





If my ethos on this build was: Put in the littlest effort imaginable, using the cheapest parts possible, with the most shock-factor available, and pretend like I have no clue what Iím doing, with no regard for safety, compatibility, or beautyÖIíd end up about exactly where I am right now! Believe it or not, it is intentional. This poor bike

I took in for a spin around the yard , and if one was able to get past the crunchy, snappy noise of what must be an incompatible chain, Iím extremely afraid and disappointed to report - I liked it!


And yes, there are Huffy parts on this bike.
That crank is truly the stuff of nightmares. I hope you're going to be wearing sturdy boots, at least, when you ride that. I mean, it's all fun and games until someone severs a foot....
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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
I took in for a spin around the yard , and if one was able to get past the crunchy, snappy noise of what must be an incompatible chain, Iím extremely afraid and disappointed to report - I liked it!
The crunchy, snappy noise of an incompatible chain? Don't you mean the crunchy, snappy noise of a crack on a dropout braze?



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The crunchy, snappy noise of an incompatible chain? Don't you mean the crunchy, snappy noise of a crack on a dropout braze?



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Originally Posted by zukahn1
Let the chain tension off a bit for this type build you want a bit of slack and give flipping the chain a try brake it and turn it over so the other side is against the cogs this often works to smooth stuff out on cheap builds . Great job so far really like it.
At first thatís what I thought too, so I let off some tension. I think the inner plates of this chainring are getting stuck on the bottoms of the teeth. Thereís no way I could have chain line problems!
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That crank is truly the stuff of nightmares. I hope you're going to be wearing sturdy boots, at least, when you ride that. I mean, it's all fun and games until someone severs a foot....
Funny thingÖI actually really like these cranks, the FC-M510. Decently light, easy BCD to play with, and stiff. Plus square taper. Only thing that gets rough is Q factor.
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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
Okay, in what could be considered a waste of time, exercise in futility, spitting into the wind, etc (nothing new here), I have accomplished something on the Crapamount! Donít worry, Iím not proud of it.

We now have a (dangerously) rideable bike!
I keep thinking this one should be called the Scareamount.
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I keep thinking this one should be called the Scareamount.
Oooooh, thatís good!
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We now have a (dangerously) rideable bike.
I see how the go-able part might possible work. Not so sure about the stop-able part.

FWIW, to me, the dork disk ties the whole thing together.
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I keep thinking this one should be called the Scareamount.
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Garage done. Finally. Onto the Bowlnago!


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Progress...?

Had to get some orange in on the frame.



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