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Inspired Fourplay 2012

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20 hours ago, niconj said:

Left the color of the rims. You never know what other frame may come my way. I really fancy something made of steel. IMG_20161030_092902.jpg

I`m selling my mk2 console frameset... pm for more details ;-) 

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SLX cranks, RT76 Rotors, Nukeproof pedals. I think this is it. Won't change anything now as it feels quite comfortable. Have to get rid of the pad know though. It's horrible with the new rotors even though they brake better. 

30244885413_685ca27034_z.jpgInspired Element 2012¹ by niconj, auf Flickr

30791733041_2c81de01bf_z.jpgInspired Element 2012² by niconj, auf Flickr

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Do frame and fork the same colour, sorted!

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31 minutes ago, LEON said:

Do frame and fork the same colour, sorted!

Frame, fork and bars. :D Thought about red but I will probably leave it like this. Funny that with this bike I care more about riding it than having matching colors. First time this actually happens. 

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Got myself a very cheap set of BR-M810. They are in mint condition and I prefer them to the MT5s but only because of the pad clearance. I hate rubbing rotors and I sometimes hit them slightly when doing weird moves. Still happy with the bike though. No need to change the color of the rims.

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The black forks look way better than the White.

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21 minutes ago, Daviesdt said:

The black forks look way better than the White.

Yep. I don't really know why they went for white back in 2012. The guy doing the power coating did a great job. Looks flawlessly. If I could only get those rims in black. I may go for the new Inspired Team V2 ones but they are only 34mm wide. The Stiffys are 40.

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1 hour ago, niconj said:

Yep. I don't really know why they went for white back in 2012. The guy doing the power coating did a great job. Looks flawlessly. If I could only get those rims in black. I may go for the new Inspired Team V2 ones but they are only 34mm wide. The Stiffys are 40.

i actually quite like the green wheels for some reason. they work 

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Leave it. Think the green rims and green frame work, especially with the black tyres, forks, bars etc to set it off. Maybe green grips but that's about it.

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Coloured grips are gay

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3 hours ago, Dman said:

Coloured grips are gay

And aren't very likely to match the rest.

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5 hours ago, Dman said:

Coloured grips are gay

I guess green tassles and a basket are out then too!?

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Now with brakes. Had a short ride today and I really love the BR-M810. Way less pad knock than the Saint 820 with the exact same pair of Trialtech pads and also less pad knock than Magura MT5s. Brakes are bled with Putoline HPX 2.5 and don't show that annoying bite point movement when pulling the lever in short succession a couple of times. 

31727872584_1e9bf57cde_z.jpgInspired Fourplay 2012¹ by niconj, auf Flickr

32530843706_975c2075be_z.jpgInspired Fourplay 2012² by niconj, auf Flickr

Too bad I cannot ride like most of the guys on this forum. :(

 

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