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PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2008 7:55 pm 
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that CAD decal would bug the hell out of me. Always thought that things like that are really patronising. Woopy-doo, someone has a pc!


yes but in 1989 CAD was a big deal! Times have changed - now any 5yo can design his dream bike on a PC

Cjax - that is going to be sweet mate. I'd prefer a 'yellow' RC100 but the black is very cool!


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MadCowKev wrote:
makster wrote:
that CAD decal would bug the hell out of me. Always thought that things like that are really patronising. Woopy-doo, someone has a pc!


yes but in 1989 CAD was a big deal! Times have changed - now any 5yo can design his dream bike on a PC


Its probably just my opinion of CAD in general. More of a paper and pencil man me'self :D


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MadCowKev wrote:
makster wrote:
that CAD decal would bug the hell out of me. Always thought that things like that are really patronising. Woopy-doo, someone has a pc!


yes but in 1989 CAD was a big deal! Times have changed - now any 5yo can design his dream bike on a PC

Cjax - that is going to be sweet mate. I'd prefer a 'yellow' RC100 but the black is very cool!



:oops: That decals one of my favourite bits :D it totally throws me back to the 80's 8)


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I'd be more impressed with a logo saying 'drawn using a 2H' :lol:


I like it :lol:

I'll swap it for your flat :roll:

Chris.


You haven't seen my flat! Been the bain of my life for the past 2 years. Probably would have taken you up on that a year ago. Now THAT is a time and money consuming project.
Offer to swap at your peril :lol:
Looking forward to seeing this bike develop (promise not to 'borrow' any ideas :wink: )


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Bloody Pace RC100's, common as Klein Attitude's in Team USA colours!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Very nice cjax.


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how's the build coming along, Chris?


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Once I get my bullseye cranks back from being modified by DrS I'm hoping to finally start building it.

Been a long drawn out affair getting all the bits together but getting there slowly :wink:

Watch this space. Chris.


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Where the hell did you find that!, and why didnt I forsee its sale and buy it first...damn you! :P


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Chainstay protector is on wrong (I think) Just needs twisting 90 degrees !

Looks amazing though!


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