PARKPRE, Proelite TITANIUM 1994 **new pic p.8**

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Re: PARKPRE, TITANIUM 1994 *New X(Ti)R build*

The build is pretty much completed, but i will replace the big chainring for a silver one soon..
 

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Headset: Chris king 1 1/8
Stem: Thomson Elite 110mm
Handlebar: Syncros Titanium flatbars
Grips: K2

Brakes: Avid Arch supreme
Brake Pads: Koolstop MTB
Brake Cables: Clarks
Brake Levers: Avid Speed Dial

Shifters: XT (SL-M732)
Front Derailleur: XTR M900
Rear Derailleur: XTR M900
Cassette: SRAM 8 speed
Chain: SRAM 8 speed
Cranks: XTR M900
Chainrings: Stronglight 42t and 34t Onza buzzsaw
Chainring bolts: Stronglight
Bottom Bracket: Kinex
Pedals: XLC

Hub Skewers:
Rims: Mavic XM317
Hubs: M910 Front and rear
Nipples: DT swiss
Spokes: DT swiss 2,00/1,80
Tyres: Maxxim Larsen TT
Tubes: Schwalbe SV13

Saddle: Flite Titanium
Seatpost: Thomson Elite 28.6
Seatpost Binder: Thomson
 

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realized all the links were dead, here is so recent pictures
 

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Great looking bike, stinus! Thanks for reposting pics. I read the whole thread and was disappointed every time I couldn’t see the pics, hahaha! I’ve always wanted a ti mtb. Like a Parkpre or diamondback. I have a 1994 (I think) Team 925, 17 inch frame with most of the original parts, including the Tange sus forks. It’s in my queue for attention. Keep it up, and thanks for sharing!
 

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New photos:)
 

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And more:
 

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Fantastic you still have this beauty :cool: Can you post a detailed ride report please ? :D How does the frame handle the twisty stuff, is the BB stiff when climbing or does the rear wheel break traction when the frame flexes under pedal load ? Is it stable descending at speed ? How does the Ti fork track with this frame when you ride ? Is the fork comfortable to ride or too flexy and is the braking solid or juddery with these powerful Avid Supreme brakes ? Lots of questions hope you don't mind.

Not seen this thread before and wish there were more like it these days. In many ways Ti frames just look better without all the ano :D
 
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