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February 11th, 2008, 08:59 AM   #1
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Photos of a new/old project.

HI.
Got my project back after been away for 2 years.

Just some photos how far we are at the moment.
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Just some more photos.
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February 11th, 2008, 09:05 AM   #4
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Nice looking bike,no shortage of CF for sure! Do those skinny little ice picks really work,they look so fragile!The rear tire looks way to small.I think you should let me hook you up with a set of proper pro built Quebec ice oval tires.
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Nice looking bike,no shortage of CF for sure! Do those skinny little ice picks really work,they look so fragile!The rear tire looks way to small.I think you should let me hook you up with a set of proper pro built Quebec ice oval tires.
When riding these studs you have grip like a warm supermoto tire on hot asfalt.
You can lean the bike down so the footpeg touch the ice.
But when the ice gets a little bit worn and powder snow are in the way, its a bit slippery.

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With a Michael Fournier tire built with the new machined shoulder Maverick studs you can lean the bike till you have to remove your feet from the peg and they work very well in as much as 2-3 cm of ice snow..
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With a Michael Fournier tire built with the new machined shoulder Maverick studs you can lean the bike till you have to remove your feet from the peg and they work very well in as much as 2-3 cm of ice snow..
This would be nice to test, we try diffrent types as well.
The race series have regulations, "finndubb" its called, but for others the mind is the limitation.
We have tried MX tire with metal screws from inside, approx 450pc in the rear.
8mm out from the knob.

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With a Michael Fournier tire built with the new machined shoulder Maverick studs you can lean the bike till you have to remove your feet from the peg and they work very well in as much as 2-3 cm of ice snow..
Any photos of this?
Or a homepage?
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The general constuction of our tires is that we use a knobby (120/100-19 )most popular with rows of knobs like a pirelli mt44.The tire is then lined with rubber belt at least 1 time and some are double lined.Then they shave the tire to give it a flatter contour and heavily shave the outside knob so there is more pressure on the outside stud.The studs are special v grooved hardened and sharpened.The height of the screw head is approx 8 mm.and the length is usually 38mm.The screws are applied in a specific pattern and each tire builder has his own slight variation,and they protrude into to liner and sometimes have to be trimmed on the inside to not cause tube punctures.
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