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#1 2009-08-10 2:43pm

chondros
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2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

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2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

Lightest Full Freestyle Bike Ever ?????
Average Weight:   18.52 LBS

Frame:   Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper
Fork:   Odyssey Classic Freestyle
Bar:   Eastern Titanium
Stem:   Primo Aneyerlator
Headset:   Stolen
Grips:   Fly Ruben
Bar Ends:   Stolen
Seat:   Federal Slim SL Pivotal
Post:   Carbon Fiber Stump Pivotal
Crank:   Eastern Titanium
B.B.:   Demolition
Sprocket:   Primo Aneyerlator
Chain:   KMC Superlite
Pedals:   Fly Ruben
F. Hub:   Proper Microlite
R Hub:   Proper K7
Spokes:   Titanium
Nipples:   Alloy
Rims: Primo Balance 7000
Tubes:   KHE
Tires:   KHE Park Folding
Brakes:   Demolition Vulcan (Ft & Rr)
Levers:   Colony Transformer (Ft & Rr)
Detangler:   Stolen
Pegs:   Fly Alloy (All 4)
Weight based on three types of scales:
   Scale 1: 18.49 LBS     Scale 2: 18.56 LBS     Scale 3: 18.51 LBS


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#2 2009-08-10 8:50pm

RDB
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

F'N awesome ride bro!

cool

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#3 2009-08-10 9:05pm

NeilH
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Registered: 2006-08-19
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

RDB wrote:

F'N awesome ride bro!

cool

I concur.....absolutely sick!


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#4 2009-08-11 5:38am

trktwo
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

dude, i love it. i gotta ask though. what would it cost to build something like this?

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#5 2009-08-11 9:04am

NeilH
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

trk2ajk wrote:

dude, i love it. i gotta ask though. what would it cost to build something like this?

Those frames alone were $1200.....I would guess this build to be in the neighborhood between $3G - $3300.


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#6 2009-08-11 9:08am

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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

wth. i thought my bike was light. awesome build. check out my new school freestyle bike.
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#7 2009-08-11 1:05pm

jesrjone
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

WELCOME. NOT A BAD POST FOR YOUR FIRST BIKE IN THE MUSEUM. EASTERN BIKES ARE SICK.


old school on an old school budget

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#8 2009-08-12 8:02am

chondros
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

Thank You for the comments.   As far as the cost on the bike, I'm not exactly sure at this time, I would have to figure it out.   The guess for around 3k is probably pretty close.   The bike building thing is more of a disease for me rather than a hobby, so the cost for parts kind of goes right over my head at times.

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#9 2009-08-12 2:13pm

pitbaldridge
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

sic bike man ,  this has got to be one of the baddest new school rides around . automatic favorite big_smile

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#10 2009-10-06 4:08pm

lilgobble
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

man this is an amazing bike. how do u get the cut outs on the seat post?

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#11 2009-10-29 11:39am

chondros
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

The frame was made with the cut outs on the seat tube, as well as the head tube and the underside of the bottom bracket tube.

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#12 2009-12-24 7:52am

skaught83
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

Badazz bike but do not run it to hard will snap like a twig. Awesome build though.smile


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#13 2010-06-18 10:52am

quick2
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

hey Paul, that bike is sick!  thanks again for the FST by the way....


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#14 2010-06-18 7:09pm

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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

Yes, that is one bad arse ride. 18.5 pound s-ick!


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#15 2012-10-14 10:52am

goosepro
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

rareeeee:cool:

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#16 2013-10-16 7:22am

willaw114ag
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

DUDE, that thing is just about as light as a top level bmx racing bike. WOW. I WANT!!!!! Instant fav.


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#17 2013-10-16 10:16pm

dannybhqbmx
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

Very cool bike, I was looking into getting one but hard to justify the cost, I know someone in Australia that actually races one, no dramas with jumps etc

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#18 2014-01-23 8:29pm

cycoboy95
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Re: 2006 Eastern Titanium Grim Reaper

im jealous of ur bike

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