Fit Wifi Or S&M Btm??

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7/13/2013 7:04 PM

Hey guys which frame is a better all around? I ride mostly street. Both of these frames are awesome! I just can't decide on which one? Which one has shorter chainstays and is better for Manuals? Thnx guys


7/13/2013 7:50 PM

They are pretty similar other than the steep headtube on the Wifi. Unless you really like that super responsive front end, i would go with the BTM, that is one sick frame!!!


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7/14/2013 6:21 AM

BTM, but why is this in the bike check section?


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7/14/2013 8:18 AM

I recently built up a Wifi and I'm really happy with it, juts feels good all around.
I would go Wifi no doubt.
The BTM is a solid frame too.


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7/14/2013 8:26 AM

I've owned both. And I loved both. But the btm is far better in terms of all around. The wifi has that super steep tech related ht angle at 75.5 while the btm comes in at just 75. The wifi has a higher bb at 11.6 vs the btm having 11.5 which is much more stable in the air. The btm has a slightly higher standover at 8.75 while the wifi is just 8.5 but it won't cause any noticeable difference. Chainstays are the big factor. The btm is 13.1-13.5 which has the shorter tech side but can go a bit further back for some added stability. The wifi is 13.1-13.3 which is more tech oriented. Both are super solid frames and with enough time to adjust either one would work all around. But from a geometrical standpoint, the wifi is more tech riding oriented, and the btm is slightly more stable for all around riding. I hope this helped


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