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Very nice in black and gold :D Maybe you should start a Voodoo topic. I've just bought a Wanga and hopefully it'll be built up on the weekend. A mix of modern and retro(ish).


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xizang wrote:
Very nice in black and gold :D Maybe you should start a Voodoo topic. I've just bought a Wanga and hopefully it'll be built up on the weekend. A mix of modern and retro(ish).



Sounds like a Fab Idea! :P


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xizang wrote:
Very nice in black and gold :D Maybe you should start a Voodoo topic. I've just bought a Wanga and hopefully it'll be built up on the weekend. A mix of modern and retro(ish).


Sounds good ... i have just picked up the 29 er dambla which will be a single speed project !


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My Wanga is going to be singlespeed. Waiting for some spacers to come back from Charlie The Bikemonger and a seatpin from New Zealand, the country not a shop :D


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My Wanga is going to be singlespeed. Waiting for some spacers to come back from Charlie The Bikemonger and a seatpin from New Zealand, the country not a shop :D


Real intreasted to hear how this project goes ....whats special bout the seatpin from NZ ??


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Started building it up tonight and got this far. Only a cable to add, another to shorten, throw on a chain, a seatpost and saddle, the spacers forthe cog and away we go :D Nothing too special about the seatpost from NZ. It's a Rockshox sus post bought by a dude on here on e-bay after having a few too many beers :lol: So I bought it off him, sober. I've one on my GT too but I've a Raceface post coming in the meantime.


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Now thats really nice ,i too had the option of buying a Wanga but made the plunge for the 29 er wheel version !!

I already own a Voodoo Cross bike which you can view elsewhere on this site ,personally i think Voodoos are very underated !!


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Voodoo's are very under rated , had a 631 Reynolds Wanga , very nice, and a couple of old Erzuli's, fantastic ride for the price.


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Somebody out there, please post a retro Voodoo SOBO if you have one! Haven't seen one in years. 1.1+ kg frames, top notch scandium beauties :)

Have to agree on the bizango, really really nice, the current ones are simply not worthy of the voodoo badge..


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Love the Bokor, the mix of old and new is sweet.
The Kcnc stuff allways looks great, how are the V brakes?


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