Here are some examples that will work on Big Bucks frame
with 46mm chainline:
25T sprocket+ 12T driver with half linked chain=14.6"(371mm)
25T sprocket+10T driver with normal chain=14.59"(370mm)
with 50mm chainline:
all of the above are capable, plus
27T spricket+12T driver with normal chain=14.59"(370mm)
30T sprocket+ 13T driver with normal chain=14.58"(369mm)
So here comes BTL Nitrous grips
Lock on grips that feel like normal grips, with our unique POS( Pull Out Secure ) structure so only one lockring is needed per grip, and we hide them by flanges, this protects your hands from sharp lockring bolts. Also our soft and thick compound makes Nitrous Grips absorb vibrations just like normal grips without having twisting or loosing problem.
Length: 145mm including lockring.
Weight: 123g (4.34 oz) per pair, including lockrings, bolts and heavy duty bar end blugs.
Compound hardness: 30A
alot of ppl do love frame with beautiful decals
but somehow more ppl thinks this sucks
they want their own style
i'm one of the "don't" people
here comes the decal sheet
you can put them on your Big Bucks frame, your back pack or your friend's back
i don't care
just put them on where ever you want
and this sheet comes with Big Bucks frame only
A: for the win!!
2: what's winning?
A: size. FTW bar is one of the biggest MTB bar ever made, 31.5" wide, 3.25" rise, you can't beat it with a normal bar.
3: why is it so big? i mean, most jumpers dont use wide bars
A: you can simply cut a long bar down to fit your taste, you can cut it down to 25" without having any problem fitting grips and brake levers. But if you want to go big, i do think 31.5" is big enough for most ppl, but you cannot make short bars longer.
4: is there anything unique about this bar?
A: yes, the geometry, this bar has a 5 degree up sweep and 12 degree back sweep, one of the biggest backsweep MTB bars, which makes it feels so much like a BMX bar and this means it's easier to do tricks compare to normal MTB riser bars
5: how about the weight? big bars can't be light
A: our custom designed butted 7075 aluminum with T6 treatment makes it light, weighted at 12.7oz(360g)
6: is there any color available?
A: currently we have black and grey available, both with logos on them
A: because everyone want some Big Bucks
2: is there any good about this frame?
A: it has one of the shortest chainstay length on the market, which is 14.5" at 26*2.5 slick tire clearence; also featuring 73mm MID BB, 10mm*135mm rear hub and campy style headtube.
3: my friend has a DJ frame also has 14.5" chainstay, what's the difference?
A: well... i'm not sure which frame your buddy is on, some companies do claimed their frames have short chainstays too, but in fact while you slamming the wheel, your wheel will be jammed, you can only fit tiny tires on your frame and i don't think that's a good thing; what we do is make the clearance as big as possible, big enough to fit the biggest street tire available on the market, which someone calls it hookworm; though not so many ppl are trying to fit such a big fat worm on their bikes nowdays, but having bigger clearance is not a bad thing, at least you will not jam your wheel after you tacoed your rim.
4: which type of crank/sprocket i can fit on my Big Bucks?
A: basically our Big Bucks frame can fit most of the cranks/sprockets which fits MID BB, that means you can put most of the BMX cranks on our frame; but there's still an issue, since some 2 piece BMX cranksets have short spindles, which cannot allow big chainline, in this case you can only fit 25T sprockets on that type of cranksets and put the chainline at 46mm; but if you had a long spindle crankset which can cranked up to 50mm chainline, then the sprocket clearance will be up to 28T.
5: which is the best gearing on this frame if i want to slam the wheel?
A: with half link chain or half linked normal chain, you could run a 25-12 or 28-13 gearing, you could get a chainstay around 14.58". But with non half linked normal chain and you still want to slam your wheel, you can put a 27-12 to do the trick.
6:why is the seat tube bent?
A: it's because we want to make sure we have enough clearance on our frame, sometimes a frame could have big clearance on both seatstays and chainstays, but not on seat tube, so if you're slamming the wheel, your wheel still stuck on seat tube, that's why we bent it.
7: how about rotor clearance?
A: it can only use 160mm rotor, come on this is a street bike not a DH bike
8: is there any color available?
A: our frame uses paintable stealth black color as our original color, but since it's paintable, you could paint any color on it; as long as you keep the inside of BB, headtube and seattube unpainted and don't remove the black coating, our warrenty policy will cover it.
9: is there any logos on it?
A: yes, on the headtube, and all others are on sticker sheet which comes with the frame, so you can put it on wherever you want.
10: you're the man
A: thank you and so are you