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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:24 pm 
North West Deputy AEC
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Kona Cindercone 1990
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Saddle, Kona/Avocet (Thanks deelam)
Seat post, original
Stem, original Velocity
Bars, 3ttt Extreme Alu
Headset, Hatta
Grips, sponge
Chainset, XT2 M730
Bottom bracket, OMAS titanium
Cantis, XT2 M732
Levers, XT M732
Thumbshifters, XT M732
Front and Rear Mech, M735 (soon to be M732)
Hubs, Deore (soon to be XT NOS)
Rims, Araya RM17 (Thanks again deelam)
Tyres, Onza Porcs 2
Tubes, Air B
Pedals Onza HOs

Kona Kilauea 1993
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Saddle, Kona racelight Titanium
Seat post, XTR M900
Stem, Velocity (to be resprayed with frame)
Bars, Kona racelight
Headset, XTR M900
Grips, Onza Ulles
Chainset, XTR M900
Bottom bracket, Hope Titanium
Cantis, XTR M900
Levers, XTR M900 rapidfire
Thumbshifters, XTR M900 rapidfire
Front and Rear Mechs, XTR M900 Non ti
Hubs, XTR M900 plus M900 cassette
Rims, Campagnolo Stheno
Tyres, Tioga psycho
Tubes, Air B

Parkpre Pro 825 (Tange ultimate with Ti forks)
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Saddle, Coda (soon to be Flite)
Seat post, USE
Stem, Kolo titanium
Bars, Answer Hyperlite
Headset, Onza Mongo 3
Grips, Yetti with matching Gripshift grips(not yet fitted)
Chainset, Middleburn mark 1 with Pace rings
Bottom bracket, Royce titanium
Cantis, Onza HOs
Levers, Tech lite
Thumbshifters, Grip shift Xray
Front and Rear Mechs, XTR M900
Hubs, Front Hope Ti, Rear Gold tech, Cassette XTR M950 8spd Ti
Rims, Ritchey Vantage Pro (rims to be fitted)
Tyres, Panaracer Smoke lites
Tubes, Air B
Pedals, Onza HOs

Amp Research B3 1995
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Saddle, Flite
Seat post, Rtchey (to be replaced by Syncros)
Stem, Syncros cattle head
Bars, Pace Renthol Sub RC130
Headset, FSA
Grips, Yetti clear
Chainset, Toplines (early suntour BCD)
Bottom bracket, shimano 127mm (titanium Needed)
Brakes, Polished Jonny T Maguras
Thumbshifters, XT M737
Front and Rear Mechs, XT M737
Hubs, Front Hope Ti, Rear Hope Ti Glide, Cassette Tioga Titanium
Rims, Mavic 517
Tyres, Panaracer Smoke and Dart Magics
Tubes, Air B
Pedals, Onza HOs (just need rebuilding with the NOS bolts etc)


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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:30 pm 
The Guv'nor
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Nice collection. The condercone looks ace.

IS that a largwe dent on the top tube of the kileau?


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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:46 pm 
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have to agree that cindercone is lovely!


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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 10:19 pm 
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I'm liking the amp...that's giving me inspiration 8)


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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 10:29 pm 
North West Deputy AEC
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Thanks,

Just built it up last week. Going to take it down to cornwall for 2 weeks in June to put it through its paces.


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 Post subject: Amp B3
PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 10:34 pm 
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Thanks

Amp is nearly done but would like to do something with the springs either painted black or ti?
also there are a few ti bolts still to go on and the seat clamp doesnt do it justice, its just the one that was with it in 98 when i got it second hand.
all links and bushes are new thatnks to Brion La Belle at AMP who also supplied the fork decals.


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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 10:37 pm 
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I believe your Kilauea is very rare and certainly the first I've ever seen that looks like that. It clearly differs from the US-market 93 Kilauea and the rest-of-the-world two-tone model shown below. On the other hand, your bike has 93 decals and a 93 Project 2.

One thing that occurs to me is that the very first batch of Kilaueas was brought out late in the 92 model year, far too late to be in the catalogue. I've never seen one, but I just wonder whether your bike could be one of those first 92/93 models?


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 Post subject: Kilauea 1993
PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2008 8:22 am 
North West Deputy AEC
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The frame and forks were purchesed from Canada on Ebay about five years ago. I dont know why its one colour I thought maybe you could get both colour in singular format. I used to have a 1994 with the silver and black decals and orange spiral from new but that was more of a grey colour similar to the stem pictured.
Does anyone know where I could get a replacement Tange Presteige decal?


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PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2008 8:46 am 
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Heehee, when I saw that Kilauea I was wondering how long it would take you to find this thread Anthony, my thoughts were exactly the same!

Nice bikes all round too, love the Cinder Cone and the ParkPre is looking on the way to being pretty sweet too.


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PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2008 10:33 am 
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Just to keep the party going, having said this was the first possible 92/93 Kilauea I had seen, here's another one!

Also the North American catalogue picture with yet another colour, described as 'Porsche Red Titanium'.

Harry, is your frame made of Tange Prestige Concept like the 94 one, with the top and down tubes ovalised and tapered?


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