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that is a very dialed set up

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word on these was the front ends were so stiff, the rear flexed an awful lot.

 

composites don't show up very often and this is a really beautiful example.

 

haro bars, cranks, factory spc and tange switchblades are spot on.

 

crupi hubs, peregrine sealed pedals, holeshot / goosebump tires, color matched jives, dirt research seat, of course pitbulls (is that a dk under the stem pad?)...

 

I dig everything about it :ThumbsUp:

 

looking at the controltech post raised a question...

 

Controltech build redline alloy frames and even their own bmx frame. 

 

Does anyone know if they built the front tris for the haro composite??  

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Good eye! Only of by the grips. They are haro and match the logo on the pad set. Not sure who made the frame, did control tech do the Mtb stuff back in 91?

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aaah yes.. they aren't jives!   :Power.Grin:  I guess I really wanted them to be..

 

controltech built redline pro alloy frames in 94, so I wouldn't doubt they were producing for others a few years before that.

 

 

someone in the know could confirm

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Wow. that bike is crazy cool.

Really digging the Fusion cranks paired up with the Tioga Cd Chainwheels.

 

Great looking build!

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Awesome job making this happen Shawn!

 

When I first saw Shawn pull this frame out of the box seven years ago I had to clean my shorts. Yes these frames had tons of issues, but just like a vintage Ferrari it's still amazing looking twenty plus years later!

 

Control Tech was started '89. However seat posts posts with two oppsing bolts-one at the front and one at the rear-for the clamp are often a newer design.

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It was cool to learn about this lacing pattern at the show.

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