Monday, February 21, 2011

Supertherm Trails 22.6" TT

-10mm BB W 100mm Marzocchi
68.5 HA
72 SA
15.5 CS

Sunday, February 20, 2011

21.15 TT 13.75 CS BMX 20 (bronze)
22.5 TT 14.7CS MTBMX 24 (Silver)

Theres that bronze effect I was talking about... I think it will be much more apparent on some bare supertherm main tubes

Friday, February 18, 2011

Im going to try to have these DMR Swopout compatible dropouts laser cut or abrasive water jet cut. They allow you to bolt on the DMR vertical, horizontal or through axle aluminum dropouts.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Powdercoat job # two is a complete and utter success! And on a side note, the pre-baking process one uses to remove oil also leaves the raw frame an awesome bronze-gold color... Can't wait to put some clear over a raw frame.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Aside from a little bit of electrocution, the first powdercoating job went pretty smoothly. I had a little bit of transparency in some sharp corners on the stays but managed to get total coverage with the "Cadillac" blue. I know how to avoid this thinning next time (flashlight)

Friday, February 4, 2011

Better one, or better two? Top one is straight gauge, bottom is Supertherm. Its .5lbs lighter with a slightly lower BB height. Both are larger 22.6" TT frames suitable for taller riders and/or dirt jump specific riding.(a little more sluggish at the skatepark than a 22" TT)
Allen in Utah has a 4X fork on his Phantom now. Very mean looking...