Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
29+ & 27+ / Re: CS-FS27 Build
« Last post by Luke.moore on Today at 01:08:50 AM »
3 weeks?  Is he wrapping every bolts and nuts individually too?
So i got out back today.  He used his plotter/cutter to make a template so there are no visible seems. It looks really good. Pics in the morning. 

The rear triangle just needed to be loosened at the top pivot an 8th turn and it swings freely. I've got it roughly together and the build was easy. I ran the rear break outside until i figure out how to cut the hose to feed it through the top tube. Ill need a bleed kit then too. 
Another problem with the rear shock is that it will be impossible to attach the pump to the stem on the shock with the shock mounted. Ill play with the offset bushings tomorrow to see what i can do about that. The stem is too close to the frame right now.
I'll update more in the morning.
2
29+ & 27+ / Re: CS-FS27 Build
« Last post by tripleDot on Today at 12:31:50 AM »
3 weeks?  Is he wrapping every bolts and nuts individually too?
3
Road Bike Frames, Wheels & Components / Re: BXT Pro 1.0
« Last post by RUPNOK on May 26, 2017, 12:36:14 PM »
Those are about the same price as gotobike but don't look as well thought out.  I really like the gotobike one, but it is more than I want to pay and it is relatively heavy at 1300 gm for the frame alone.  The BXT is 1690 gms with frame, fork, and seat post.
4
Road Bike Frames, Wheels & Components / Re: BXT Pro 1.0
« Last post by lRaphl on May 26, 2017, 08:03:28 AM »
You can also check there:

http://velobuildmall.com

I bought my road bike frame with them a few years back. At that time, they were dealing with Dengfu, Hongfu and IPlay and now I think they sell stuff that comes directly from the frame makers.
5
Road Bike Frames, Wheels & Components / Re: BXT Pro 1.0
« Last post by RUPNOK on May 25, 2017, 11:56:38 PM »
Just chatted with Nancy.  $700 painted/$650 in gloss carbon+$110 shipping.  I think I'll just stick with the BXT for $400 shipped and spend my money on Ultegra Di2 components.
6
Road Bike Frames, Wheels & Components / Re: BXT Pro 1.0
« Last post by aldsfkjw3421 on May 25, 2017, 11:31:22 PM »
The way it works with Dengfu, Carbonspeed, Honfu, Gotobike is you email or chat with one of their reps to figure out the cost.  I dealt with Nancy over email and wechat.  My B36 frame cost 550 USD + 100 USD for shipping.

That TT bike I linked you has direct mount mounts.
7
Road Bike Frames, Wheels & Components / Re: BXT Pro 1.0
« Last post by RUPNOK on May 25, 2017, 11:29:13 PM »
How com none of these places have prices?  Looks like it is di2 ready, but what is shimano c brakes?  Is that cantilever?
8
Road Bike Frames, Wheels & Components / Re: BXT Pro 1.0
« Last post by aldsfkjw3421 on May 25, 2017, 10:52:16 PM »
Check this one out:
http://www.gotobike.com.cn/46.html

The smallest size has a reach of 505mm compared to 515 on the BXT. 

I just bought a B36 from them.  If they don't have your size in stock, it takes about a month to manufacture.  Shipping to Canada took a week.
9
Road Bike Frames, Wheels & Components / BXT Pro 1.0
« Last post by RUPNOK on May 25, 2017, 10:34:34 PM »
Looking to build a road/tri bike for the daughter.  She is 13 yo, 4'10" inseam 28" weighs about 70 lbs.  Her measurements put her into the 46/47 cm frame size.  Interested in the BXT Pro 1.0 because it is di2 and direct mount brake ready.  The smallest frame size is 49, so I think it will allow her to grow into it.  Don't think she is going to be any taller than 5'.

I don't know much about BB so would appreciate the help.  Looking at BSA or PF30.  Leaning towards a threaded BSA for maintenance ease.

This is the link
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/2017-Chinese-carbon-frames-super-light-Aero-Design-carbon-road-frame-49-52-54-56cm-China/32761635885.html
10
Road Bike Frames, Wheels & Components / Re: F10 T1000 Feedback
« Last post by FirstCFbike on May 25, 2017, 08:10:00 PM »
Now I am done (with the exception of swapping pedals this weekend)....

Mirrors installed



I feel much better now.  Even if it goes against rule 66.  :P

http://www.velominati.com/the-rules/#66
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10