My new Soundwave v2

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1/26/2017 8:26 PM

Finally got my 3rd Wave frame warrantied. Sadly they only had Raw & Toothpaste Green for colors, so I opted for raw and had a local auto body shop powder coat it for me. They did a really nice job too! Also stepped up from a 20.5" TT to a 20.75" TT. I've only ridden it about an hour so far, but it feels pretty good. I might update this with better pics when I get the chance if I remember.

Bold = new since last bike check, lots of new stuff since then.

Frame: Sunday Soundwave v2 20.75" TT (Powder coated black)
Fork: Sunday Octave
Bars: Odyssey GY3 8.66" x 26" (Cut down)
Grips: ODI Longneck SS
Barends: Odyssey Par Ends
Stem: Odyssey Hawk 02 (Sprayed white w/ gold letters)
Headset: Subrosa Bitchin' Integrated (Sprayed gold)
Seat: Animal Cush Pivotal
Post: Animal All Day Pivotal (Modded to be a wedge)
Clamp: None
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt 175mm
BB: Primo bearings with Fit cone spacers; Mid 22mm
Sprocket: Animal v3 26t, (Sprayed white)
Pedals: Cult pc
Chain: Animal Hoder
Front Wheel: Shadow Raptor hub laced to a G-Sport Ribcage rim (Sprayed gold) with DT Swiss spokes & brass nipples; 36h
Back Wheel: Cult Match cassette hub (Sprayed white) laced to a G-Sport Ribcage rim (Sprayed gold) with DT Swiss spokes & brass nipples; 36h 9t driver
Tires: Fly Rampera 2.35" front/Animal GLH 2.10" rear
Pegs: Animal Lino G x2 on the left, Animal MK2 x1 on the front right
Hub Guards: 2 Daily Grind guards on the front, 1 S&M Cymbal on the rear non-drive side. Chromoly guards ftw
Mods: Bars cut down to 26", steerer tube cut down a little, seat post modded to be a wedge, extra nut on the rear axle on the drive side to protect my threads from getting messed up if I mess up a switch smith grind and fall onto the rear axle.

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1/27/2017 8:25 AM

My name is GMGuinn and I support this project. /my political sounding endorsement...

Color-wise, I have a similar scheme. Black with gold accents has always been one of my favorites.

For my next build (not anytime soon, frankly), I have a specific color scheme in mind, so I'm exploring custom powdercoating and painting.

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1/27/2017 8:39 AM

how much did the powder coating cost?

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"haha, did you steal that bike? hurhrhrurhurr" "no, fuck you thats just the brand."

1/27/2017 9:02 AM

I'm digging the look of all those white parts... Looks solid!

(BTW, how do the rims have so much cosmetic damage?)

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1/27/2017 12:25 PM

GMGuinn wrote:

My name is GMGuinn and I support this project. /my political sounding endorsement...

Color-wise, I have a similar scheme. Black with gold accents has always been one of my favorites.

For my next build (not anytime soon, frankly), I have a specific color scheme in mind, so I'm exploring custom powdercoating and painting.

Thank you sir, I always loved black & gold too.

Definitely go with powder coating, it'll last much longer & be more durable!

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1/27/2017 12:26 PM

owen.lox wrote:

how much did the powder coating cost?

It was $70 altogether. $45 for the powder coating they said, plus $25 for sandblasting the clear coat off & labor costs too I guess. I expected it was gonna be at least $100, I was surprised

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1/27/2017 12:28 PM

DanTheBikerMan wrote:

I'm digging the look of all those white parts... Looks solid!

(BTW, how do the rims have so much cosmetic damage?)

Thanks! You're one of the first people to actually like the white with it haha can't see myself getting rid of the white.

And I have no idea, probably cause they're spray painted and not powder coated. I guess riding street kicks up rocks and shit and overtime it just wears them down. I really wanna redo them sometime

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2/1/2017 3:23 PM

sick little devil and ridepabmx stickers

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