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How to build up my 1992 Litespeed Elevated?
Setup 1 - Ritchey fork, ATAC stem, yellow Taperlite bar 2%  2%  [ 1 ]
Setup 2- Ritchey fork, ATAC stem, black Hyperlite bar 5%  5%  [ 2 ]
Setup 3 - Ritchey fork, ControlTech stem, black Hyperlite bar 12%  12%  [ 5 ]
Setup 4 - Syncros fork, stem and handlebar 72%  72%  [ 31 ]
Something else - what ? 9%  9%  [ 4 ]
Total votes : 43
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:57 pm 
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Archangel wrote:
Litespeed Ti fork would be neat but so expensive...


You're not wrong :(.


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trip wrote:
Hi mate!
I´d go for the 4th setup, but the ti forks would go great, you know who has got some of them :lol:


ashok has some for sale, I agree, they'd look awesome on there :)


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I´d go for Setup4...I think elevated chainstays bikes match really well with straight rigid forks...

Fantastic project...I´m really anxious to see it finished...


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scant wrote:
ashok has some for sale, I agree, they'd look awesome on there :)


His are 1" though, aren't they?


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nimbus wrote:
scant wrote:
ashok has some for sale, I agree, they'd look awesome on there :)


His are 1" though, aren't they?


Unfortunately yes...


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i got some p2 ti that nobody wants... :roll:

no, bad its 1 1/8".

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Accutrax would be an option. Presume the one you just sold was too short?


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Syncros + ControlTech


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paint the Ritchey forks black and use the control tech stem 8)


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 31, 2009 10:43 am 
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Its an absolutley stunning frame and voted for the Syncros build, keep it classy. If it was mines though I would love a Lawwill up front :D


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