Volume Cerberus Frame

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    “Strong Frame”

    The Good:

    Holds up to big drops. Huge back end. Looks clean.

    The Bad:

    Flat Black gets dirty fast. The head tube was too big for my forks and i run a gyro which allowed my stem to barely grab on which somehow made the top of the steerer tube not a perfect circle. So make sure your steerer tube is atleast 160mm if you run a gyro.

    Overall Review:

    The frame is holding up quite well. I like to do big drops and its holding up good. I've hit the frame a few times with grinding and still no dents which is super nice. The chainstay length is also great for mannying if your a bigger guy. It also has huge tire clearance (i run a Animal tww 2.2). I still have like a centimeter on each side and the back end fits super well too, no stretching involved and i run a nondrive side hubgaurd. The Flatback does get dirty fast but will look sick if you keep it clean.

    Specifications

    Headset Integrated (45°x45° Campy Spec)
    Bottom Bracket 11.7″ Height
    Top Tube Length 20.8″ and 21″
    Chainstay Length 13.5″-14″
    Head Tube Angle 75.25º
    Seat Tube Angle 71º
    Standover Height 8.75"
    Brake Mount Location Removable Seatstay Mounts
    Dropouts Heat Treated, 7mm Thick Investment Casted
    Materials 4130 Crmo Heat Treated Sanko Tubing
    Colors Evergreen or Flat Black
    Weight

    5 lb 0 oz (2.3 kg)

    Miscellaneous Double Butted Front Triangle with Both Top and Bottom Gussets
    Thread-On Gyro Tabs
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