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9/19/2011 8:46 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/19/2011 9:02 PM

Whats better? Fly Montana 2 frame, Fly Pantera 5 frame or the Cult OS frame.

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9/19/2011 9:03 PM

Whats better for you? Geometry wise.

How tall are you? What chainstay length and top tube length do you require?

high or low bottom bracket?

whats your budget?

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9/19/2011 9:46 PM

Well I'm about 5.1ft tall and I usally ride 20.5-20.75 top tube. I ride park and street but mostly park. Which frame is also good for grinds, spins, and barspins.

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9/19/2011 9:58 PM

brigbmx16 wrote:

Well I'm about 5.1ft tall and I usally ride 20.5-20.75 top tube. I ride park and street but mostly park. Which frame is also good for grinds, spins, and barspins.

So you really failed you're spelling test? aha I'd get the Luna or The Benny L

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9/19/2011 10:04 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/19/2011 10:05 PM

Ok and I don't even know why It says "I failed my second grade spelling test..." because I didn't put that there.

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9/19/2011 10:05 PM

brigbmx16 wrote:

Ok and I don't even know why It says "I failed my second grade spelling test..." because I didn't put that there.

o rly?

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9/19/2011 10:09 PM

Realy

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9/19/2011 10:15 PM

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9/19/2011 10:54 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/19/2011 10:56 PM

20 in top tube with a 75 degree head tube angle and a low bb (11.6 or 11.8) and a short chainstay (13" - 13.55") should work well for someone who is 5.1 feet tall

Geometry is so important, make sure you get it right as it will effect your riding and how hard tricks feel

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9/19/2011 11:00 PM

lukegoh13 wrote:

20 in top tube with a 75 degree head tube angle and a low bb (11.6 or 11.8) and a short chainstay (13" - 13.55") should work well for someone who is 5.1 feet tall

Geometry is so important, make sure you get it right as it will effect your riding and how hard tricks feel

....11.8 isn't a low bb. that is high for a bb height.
11.5 is a low bb

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9/19/2011 11:43 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/19/2011 11:52 PM

Thanks for the correction^

I recommend the FIT Wi-Fi Frame for someone who is 5.1 tall in a 20inch top tube or a Benny L in 20 inch Top tube

People might go on about FIT bikes are crap blah blah.... but guys who are 5.1 foot tall dont usually crack things, especially frames (even rubbish frames made of hi-ten steel unless you throw your bike around every time you fail a trick like some sort of idiot skateboarder), so youll have nothing to worry about and its a decent weight.

I actually run a Cult OS in 20inch and im 5.9 - but the fit frames have shorter backends which is nicer for your height.

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9/20/2011 6:33 AM

lukegoh13 wrote:

Thanks for the correction^

I recommend the FIT Wi-Fi Frame for someone who is 5.1 tall in a 20inch top tube or a Benny L in 20 inch Top tube

People might go on about FIT bikes are crap blah blah.... but guys who are 5.1 foot tall dont usually crack things, especially frames (even rubbish frames made of hi-ten steel unless you throw your bike around every time you fail a trick like some sort of idiot skateboarder), so youll have nothing to worry about and its a decent weight.

I actually run a Cult OS in 20inch and im 5.9 - but the fit frames have shorter backends which is nicer for your height.

20 tt is short as balls. i think the kid should grab a 20.75 with a 13.25 backend, 75 degree headtube and a 8 1/4'' standover.......aka the fbm berzerker 2!!!!!

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9/20/2011 6:40 AM

So if I got the fit wifi frame what size would be best. 20.25, 20.5, or 20.75. And I saw that it is about 5 pounds would that still be pretty good cuz right now I am riding an eastern shovel head that realy light but it's bent and starting to crack.

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9/20/2011 6:51 AM

brigbmx16 wrote:

So if I got the fit wifi frame what size would be best. 20.25, 20.5, or 20.75. And I saw that it is about 5 pounds would that still be pretty good cuz right now I am riding an eastern shovel head that realy light but it's bent and starting to crack.

5 isnt heavy at all (trendy people would say so.) but 4.5 to 5 os a great weight. and it all depends, i would stick to 20.5 because it could either be slightly long, or slightly short which is better than real long or real short. also check out the fbm berzerker 2. they are expensive everywhere but you can get them cheaper off imperialbmx.com.

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9/20/2011 6:57 AM

future FBM wrote:

5 isnt heavy at all (trendy people would say so.) but 4.5 to 5 os a great weight. and it all depends, i would stick to 20.5 because it could either be slightly long, or slightly short which is better than real long or real short. also check out the fbm berzerker 2. they are expensive everywhere but you can get them cheaper off imperialbmx.com.

This, When i went from 5.2 to 4.9 i felt no difference it's just a few ounces. I'd get a 20.5 I'm a few inches taller than you and it's alright. Oh and Jake get your ass to school!

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9/20/2011 7:05 AM

brigbmx16 wrote:

So if I got the fit wifi frame what size would be best. 20.25, 20.5, or 20.75. And I saw that it is about 5 pounds would that still be pretty good cuz right now I am riding an eastern shovel head that realy light but it's bent and starting to crack.

future FBM wrote:

5 isnt heavy at all (trendy people would say so.) but 4.5 to 5 os a great weight. and it all depends, i would stick to 20.5 because it could either be slightly long, or slightly short which is better than real long or real short. also check out the fbm berzerker 2. they are expensive everywhere but you can get them cheaper off imperialbmx.com.

Four wrote:

This, When i went from 5.2 to 4.9 i felt no difference it's just a few ounces. I'd get a 20.5 I'm a few inches taller than you and it's alright. Oh and Jake get your ass to school!

hahaha its techaers inservice day hahah, why dont you get your ass in school?

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9/20/2011 7:07 AM

future FBM wrote:

5 isnt heavy at all (trendy people would say so.) but 4.5 to 5 os a great weight. and it all depends, i would stick to 20.5 because it could either be slightly long, or slightly short which is better than real long or real short. also check out the fbm berzerker 2. they are expensive everywhere but you can get them cheaper off imperialbmx.com.

Four wrote:

This, When i went from 5.2 to 4.9 i felt no difference it's just a few ounces. I'd get a 20.5 I'm a few inches taller than you and it's alright. Oh and Jake get your ass to school!

future FBM wrote:

hahaha its techaers inservice day hahah, why dont you get your ass in school?

Oh.. haha :D online school my works done for today and tomorrow smile

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9/20/2011 3:13 PM

get the montana, its got the 69º seat tube, so it is more like a 20.6 will be more like a 20.4 but with more room between the seat and bars. Really short back end too. But, if you are 12 and expect to grow more, get it bigger and grow into it, or wait so you are not buying two frames.

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I know this is a chain tool, but what am i gunna do wit' it?