WTP LOFI

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2/11/2010 2:47 PM

does anybody know the geo on the WTP lofi frame?...i just came into posession of one.. and i cant find the geo anywhere.. im pretty sure the backend is 13.25 slammed..and the BB is 11.5?..idk someone help a brotha out!

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team fatcats fer life.

2/11/2010 2:56 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/15/2016 12:55 AM

BB: Height: 11.75”, new shape Mid size BB - Headtube: Int. Headset, included gyro tabs - Toptube: 20”, 20.75” and 21.25” Dropouts: Lasercut, 5mm,CrMo, 14mm slots with unique tech sink cuts - Integrated Seat Clamp. - CS Length: 20”: 13.25” to 13.5” / 20.75” & 21.25”: 13.5” to 13.75” - Angles: HT: 75°, ST: 71° - Weight: 2.028kg (4.46lb) - Colors: Flat Black, Flat Olive, Lilac, Glow Lime (limited

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2/11/2010 2:57 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/15/2016 12:55 AM

unless your talking about the V3?
if so it's...

Full Magma heat-treated 4130 Sanko CrMo
Fluted & Tapered Seattube
New brake guides & flat truss brace
Top Tube: 20”, 20.75” and 21.25”
New internal gusset improves strength, new color combos
With removable brake hardware/pivots
Head Tube Angle: 75 Degrees
Seat Tube Angle: 71 Degrees
BB Height: 11.75”
Chainstay Length: 13.25” to 13.5”
New shape Mid BB
Internal Headset, drilled for included gyro tabs
Dropouts: Lasercut, 5mm, heat-treated, 4130 CrMo, 14mm slots with unique tech sink cuts
Weight: 2.18kg (lb)

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2/11/2010 3:11 PM

ben c wrote:

BB: Height: 11.75”, new shape Mid size BB - Headtube: Int. Headset, included gyro tabs - Toptube: 20”, 20.75” and 21.25” ...more

BUMP ..BEN C YOUR THE MAN!

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team fatcats fer life.

2/12/2010 2:28 AM

ben c wrote:

BB: Height: 11.75”, new shape Mid size BB - Headtube: Int. Headset, included gyro tabs - Toptube: 20”, 20.75” and 21.25” ...more

ferthebirdz wrote:

BUMP ..BEN C YOUR THE MAN!

i try smile

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2/12/2010 4:09 AM

my good friend has a purple v2 lofi.
he loves it and its a real solid frame

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2/12/2010 7:51 AM

v2 snap like shit

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2/12/2010 8:46 AM

Also, if you couldn't find the geometry, you could measure some things to find out some basics.

top tube-measure from center of head tube to center of seat tube along top tube

Rear end-Measure from center of BB to center of dropout along chain stays (you can also go to front and back of dropout for a range)

Standover height-Measure from center off BB to center of top tube along the seat tube.

(This might help some younger dudes who want to know their frame geo and cannot find it)

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