Lilac Repeater 2

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Frame: Eastern Repeater (19.69” toptube). Misc.: Custom "satin lilac" paint (Rustoleum brand)
Fork: Odyssey R32
Handlebars: Salt Pro (9" by 30")
Bar ends: ODI Plastic
Stem: Eastern Throttle TL
Grips: ODI Longneck
Headset: Other Madd Gear
Cranks: Shadow Conspiracy Killer (175mm)
Bottom bracket: Shadow Conspiracy 22mm. Misc.: Custom fabricated spacers
Spindle: Shadow Conspiracy 48-Spline
Sprocket: Merritt BMX Mighty (28t). Misc.: Drilled space for smaller sprocket bolt
Chain: KMC Z410
Pedals: Mission Impulse
Seat: Haro Slim Combo
Front rim: Primo Balance V2
Rear rim: G-Sport Ribcage
Driver/freewheel: Mutant Bikes 9t (RHD)
Front hub: Primo N4FL
Rear hub: Mutant Bikes Owl MK2 (Cassette)
Front tire: Maxxis Ringworm (1.95”)
Rear tire: Maxxis Ringworm (1.95”)
General Info
Model Year: 2020
Weight: 24 lb 0 oz (10886 g)
Additional Info: Like my scooter? Reasonably light, pegless, and super loud.

Vital BMX member readybmxer readybmxer 1/3/2020 3:22 PM

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Is there a reason you choose such thin tires compared to the trend of fat tires? I'm just curious as to why. I've got skinny tires too right now. It's a great build sir!!!

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Thanks! Yeah I like super thin tires cuz I hate feeling the tire fold in sharp turns, I like everything super high PSI and the 1.95” makes it feel super solid and fast.

Plus, I pretty much only ride transition and dirt, so no big drops for me. Only problem is availability, barely anyone makes thin profile tires except in racing, which is why I haven’t bought new tires in years.

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