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Old 07-21-09, 05:49 PM
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Check out my newly acquired 53cm NJS Keirin Panasonic w Hatta Swan Super Deluxe headset and Suntour bb-sb11. It's essentially a brand new frame in orange; it's absolutely flawless. Pardon the pic, it's a cell phone job I literally just took.

Jut picked it up from craigs for $400!

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That's very nice. Risers and Arrospokes I assume?
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Great find.

Orange bikes are superfast.
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Old 07-21-09, 08:13 PM
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Very nice! Be sure to post pics when it's built up!
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Nice! I'm jealous. It's my size too!

If you build it up with an Areospoke, Deep V, or riser bar I will hunt you down and kill you.
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that is an appropriate price.
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Thanks for the positive response!
I'll post pics when it's built.

Im wondering, and I'd like some feedback; should I put my omniums on it or stay NJS and find some st cranks?

I'll probably go bullhorn or drop bar first; I thought I was going to get the bikeisland kilo frame and go threadless and put on some deda pistas, but now that I have to go quill I think I'll do a nitto pearl 90mm and an rb21 bullhorn and just ebay or sell the track drops, since they're at 31.8.

Edit: I'm thinking Nitto B125's

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Eh, do what you want, but I have a set of 167.5 Sugino 75s w/ BB that I wouldn't mind trading for a set of 167.5 Omniums. Just sayin'.
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Lucky. I would put some Sugino 75s on that and trade/sell/save the Omniums.
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Wow.....That is a nice find.

Should be a killer ride when you get it all together.
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Nice score.
Bad pic.
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Sugino 75's!
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Damn, I thought I was lucky getting a Vivalo frame with a S75 bb and cranks for under $400.

But that Panasonic is too clean.
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That's very nice. Risers and Arrospokes I assume?
woah a little bitter are we?
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