KHE specter frame??

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2/13/2010 3:54 PM

so i was going to get the guttershark for my birthday in 2 months but my friend told me that for all the shit i would do, that its probably gonna snap.
so then he showed me the KHE specter frame, it looks pretty good but will the low top tube and short back end make any tricks harder/ easier?
and is it a good reliable frame for heavy street use?
i still havent decided but i need help
and idc if you guys say im a weight weenie or all that bull cause i just want some help.

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As cliche as this is, having fun is the point!

2/13/2010 3:54 PM

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If you're riding your bike to solely become sponsored one day, you're riding for all the wrong reasons.
As cliche as this is, having fun is the point!

2/13/2010 4:02 PM

i wouldn't trust it anymore than a guttershark. just get a guttershark. you can just get a new one if you break it or a deathtrap

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crystal meth

2/13/2010 4:05 PM

it weighs 3.8lbs. i don't trust anything under 4.8lbs.

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2/13/2010 4:14 PM

The KHE is much more likely to snap than the guttershark

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2/13/2010 4:22 PM

spikez5 wrote:

The KHE is much more likely to snap than the guttershark

haha yea i know, im thinking on getting the guttershark cause im not too sure about a frame that light.
but what does the low toptube and short back end do? is it easier to do stuff?

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If you're riding your bike to solely become sponsored one day, you're riding for all the wrong reasons.
As cliche as this is, having fun is the point!

2/13/2010 4:26 PM

spikez5 wrote:

The KHE is much more likely to snap than the guttershark

orlandoBMXrider wrote:

haha yea i know, im thinking on getting the guttershark cause im not too sure about a frame that light.
but what does the low toptube and short back end do? is it easier to do stuff?

short back end spins faster and its easier to get into manuals but harder to balance. the lower toptube makes it impossible to sit if your seat is slammed

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crystal meth

2/13/2010 4:33 PM

spikez5 wrote:

The KHE is much more likely to snap than the guttershark

orlandoBMXrider wrote:

haha yea i know, im thinking on getting the guttershark cause im not too sure about a frame that light.
but what does the low toptube and short back end do? is it easier to do stuff?

Harry95 wrote:

short back end spins faster and its easier to get into manuals but harder to balance. the lower toptube makes it impossible to sit if your seat is slammed

ohh ok, i think ill just get the guttershark and see what happens.
im kinda scared cause i do a lot of big drops and i dont want to waste 400$

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If you're riding your bike to solely become sponsored one day, you're riding for all the wrong reasons.
As cliche as this is, having fun is the point!

2/13/2010 4:34 PM

orlandoBMXrider wrote:

haha yea i know, im thinking on getting the guttershark cause im not too sure about a frame that light.
but what does the low toptube and short back end do? is it easier to do stuff?

Harry95 wrote:

short back end spins faster and its easier to get into manuals but harder to balance. the lower toptube makes it impossible to sit if your seat is slammed

orlandoBMXrider wrote:

ohh ok, i think ill just get the guttershark and see what happens.
im kinda scared cause i do a lot of big drops and i dont want to waste 400$

if you break it they'll give you a new one

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crystal meth

2/13/2010 4:36 PM

Harry95 wrote:

short back end spins faster and its easier to get into manuals but harder to balance. the lower toptube makes it impossible to sit if your seat is slammed

orlandoBMXrider wrote:

ohh ok, i think ill just get the guttershark and see what happens.
im kinda scared cause i do a lot of big drops and i dont want to waste 400$

Harry95 wrote:

if you break it they'll give you a new one

with the warranty or what?

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If you're riding your bike to solely become sponsored one day, you're riding for all the wrong reasons.
As cliche as this is, having fun is the point!

2/13/2010 4:40 PM

orlandoBMXrider wrote:

ohh ok, i think ill just get the guttershark and see what happens.
im kinda scared cause i do a lot of big drops and i dont want to waste 400$

Harry95 wrote:

if you break it they'll give you a new one

orlandoBMXrider wrote:

with the warranty or what?

yeah
http://www.premiumbmx.com/subNav5.php

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crystal meth

2/13/2010 4:43 PM

yeah i would get the guttershark

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2/13/2010 4:48 PM

Harry95 wrote:

if you break it they'll give you a new one

orlandoBMXrider wrote:

with the warranty or what?

sweet, alrite then thanks for ur help!

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If you're riding your bike to solely become sponsored one day, you're riding for all the wrong reasons.
As cliche as this is, having fun is the point!

2/13/2010 8:46 PM

my friend rides the Specter, and all he does is gaps and grinds...it's holding up perfectly fine so far. he's had it for about 4 months now

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2/13/2010 10:04 PM

How bout not being a Weight Whore and getting a real man's frame.

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2/15/2010 7:11 PM

Ive been riding my khe spector frame for a year now and no problems. Im 6'1 220 and its awseme. no complaints on it what so ever. flat 36 are so easy no. orlando rider come down to the bellview skatepark and check it out.

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2/15/2010 7:13 PM

3 pounds doesnt sit well with me i wouldnt get one

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you tryin to throw hands?
fuck trends
it feels like a piece of metal secks between your legs
i ride street cuz im not into trannys