Sunday New Wavecrm Frame

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    “The new wave frame”

    The Good:

    I just got this frame cheap from a friend. It feels really good and dialed. Really it's just a very good frame, the downtube looks great with the waves and the smaller tubes on the back end feel extremely robust. The whole area near the rear triangle looks soo sweet! I'll just saw off the brakemounts that arent removable and it's complete

    The Bad:

    I thought that it looked really big and beefy but when u get a feel of it it's thinner where the diametre of the tube is bigger. It hasn't got removable brakemounts for us brakeless riders. Some may say that it's heavy, but compared to the new third wave the only difference is 200g not much at all.

    Overall Review:

    Very good frame, would recommend it to anyone who has got the opportunity to get it cheap. Got mine for about 70 usd. I'm really happy with it. When I got it I accidentally cleaned it with a harder kind of dishbrush so the color got matte instead of glossy, like it better this way thou. I've got this frame in 21,25TT Sunday frames is always strong!

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    Vital BMX member Oliver.Djurle
    94888 Oliver.Djurle,94888/all 06/06/12 1 2 3

    “new wave frame”

    The Good:

    strong, its a sunday!

    The Bad:

    HEAVY HEAVY HEAVY, weighs 5lbs 6oz with brake mounts

    Overall Review:

    good first aftermarket frame, good for street and heavy grinds, really isnt that heavy but makes it seem heavy compared to my grim reaper LOL

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    Vital BMX member gstring02
    39645 gstring02,39645/all 02/04/09 60,39645/setup 390 7092 38 4 23


    i have this the best frame serius

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    Vital BMX member tylerwright
    8616 tylerwright,8616/all 07/29/07 17 8 1,8616/setup 30 23 2 8


    Bottom Bracket
    Top Tube Length
    Chainstay Length
    Head Tube Angle
    Seat Tube Angle
    Standover Height
    Brake Mount Location


    -74.5 degree head tube
    -71 degree seat
    -11.75" bottom bracket height
    -13.75" rear end
    -20", 20.5", 21" and 21.25" top tube sizes available.
    -Mid bottom bracket shell
    -Rustproof coating
    -Weight: 5.3 lbs
    -Available with or without gyro tabs
    -Angled guides and bosses for improved cable routing
    -Brakless option available
    -New, double butted "New Wave" downtube shape fights denting
    -Gusseted front triangle and fully welded downtube endings for maximum strength
    -Miter-cut top tube increases the strength significantly over "sandwiched" junctions.
    -Post-weld bearing seat machining on headtubes and BB shells for unparalled machining
    -Hollow 8mm dropouts are the same weight as a solid 5mm version, but twice as strong.
    -All the sharp areas on the dropouts are radiused to help during grinds
    -41-Thermal processing and manufacturing
    -Limited lifetime guarantee against bending and breaking

    MSRP: $329.99
    Featured color: toothpaste
    Other colors:

    matte brown



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