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    Jekyll 2000 Flame Fade Liquid Wolfpack BBS02

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    Last edited by Mike_V; 04-30-2022, 08:39 PM.

    #2
    From that angle looks like it may fit. Decent size chain rings now so hopefully room for the BBS. Will the battery fit in the triangle? Looks like you will have to make your own mounts unless a triangle bag will fit.

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    • Mike_V
      Mike_V commented
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      The Luna Liquid Wolf
      Last edited by Mike_V; 04-30-2022, 09:29 PM.

    #3
    Man what a strange frame. That odd cutaway on the chainstay will definitely be a benefit. Will be curious to see where you mount the battery. Even the cable management running up to display/throttle might be different.

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    • Mike_V
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      OS & cut from billet.
      Last edited by Mike_V; 04-30-2022, 09:28 PM.

    #4
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    Luna BBS02 painted 'Safety Red'
    ( yessiree ) and installed with 38T CR
    The Billet cut rear triangle closeup
    Highlighting the complex ' weld up '
    Secret:.
    Big Bearing Single Pivot
    Last edited by Mike_V; 04-30-2022, 09:27 PM.

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      I'm waiting a few parts by mail: a new main power cable, frame paint protection tape, chain guard.
      My eBike works,
      The Wolf fits, but I need some new method of support against backward movement:
      Wolf pack will hang from the top tube by zip ties on layers of frame paint protection tape.​​​​​​
      Last edited by Mike_V; 05-01-2022, 06:56 PM.

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        • Retrorockit
          Retrorockit commented
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          Very nice build. i always wanted a Headshox bike.but can't find one in working condition anymore.

        • Mike_V
          Mike_V commented
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          I am so impressed by the Headshok because:
          No slop in any direction under all conditions including if / when it 'bottoms' at higher speed in potholes. Like Solid for an instant.

        #7
        Man tight fit on that battery.

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        • Mike_V
          Mike_V commented
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          There's 3CM to spare ( whew )
          Exciting, because I didn't know IF it would fit when I bought it by mail from So Cal
          I studied photographs and published specifications but I had to have that special paint ( even if I had to buy some miniature 8AH unknown battery )

        #8
        What size is that frame?

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        • Mike_V
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          It's a Medium ~17"

        #9
        Originally posted by paxtana View Post
        What size is that frame?
        I had found another one with Headshok AND SRAM Dual Drive with the most plain paint !
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        • Mike_V
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          This one is a keeper.

        • Retrorockit
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          Headshoch is stiffer and lighter than the Rockshox SID on my XC bike.And that ones not too old to have disc brakes. Very nice find.

        #10
        Dual Drive, AOK & like new

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          #11
          Wolf power pack as always &
          New CR:. Testing TBD
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          Last edited by Mike_V; 3 weeks ago.

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            #12
            Question:
            The Headshok fork is not ‘straight’, but angled along it’s full length. I believe this is not like 99% of other dynamic bicycle fork designs but maybe like some rigid steel forged forks for example. Is this overall angle feature common or unique ? Click image for larger version

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            • paxtana
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              Fork rake is relatively common on forks, they do it to alter handling.

              https://calfeedesign.com/geometry-of...%20of%20offset.

            • Retrorockit
              Retrorockit commented
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              The bend in a rigid fork makes it flex a little. With a suspension fork this isn't needed. But the forward offset of the axle still needs to be there So they just angled it instead.You would be surprised at how common it is to find bikes with the fork installed backwards.Especially low end, or mail order stuff.
              Last edited by Retrorockit; 2 weeks ago.
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