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2013 Sunday Broadcaster

#1 2013-10-23 9:40pm

djt1480
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2013 Sunday Broadcaster

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2013 Sunday Broadcaster

I have been looking for something with an extremely short rear end.  This is it with it being 13.0 slammed. The broadcaster is very responsive especially with the 75.5 head tube.

Frame - Sunday Broadcaster
Specs -
     Headset Type: Integrated (Campy)
     Gyro Tabs: Removable
     Brake Mounts: Removable
     BB Type: Mid
     BB Height: 11.5"
     Chainstays: 12.8" - 13.375"
     Headtube Angle: 75.5°
     Seattube Angle: 71°
     Seattube Height: 8.25"
     Seatpost Size: 25.4mm
     Seat Clamp: 1-1/8"
     Dropout Size: 14mm
     Weight: 5 lbs 3.3 oz - 20.75 tt
Fork - Premium FYB
Bars - Premium Whiskey Bar 8.25
Stem - Sunday Freeze
Stem Bolts - Titanium
Headset -Premium Integrated
Fork Bolt - Stolen Vortex
Crank - Profile GDH
Bottom Bracket - Stolen Revolver
Pedals - Odyssey Twisted LE
Sprocket - Tree Spline Drive 28t
Chain - Shadow Interlock V2
Seat - Fiend Black Cloud
Seat Post- Cult
Seat Clamp - Shadow Conspiracy
Rims - Sun Envy 36h
Front Hub - Demolition Anorexia
Front Hub Guard - Shadow milled to fit
Rear Hub - KHE Reverse w/ adjustable axel
Rear Hub Guard - Shadow milled to fit
Spokes - Primo
Tires- Demolition Momentum 2.3
Brakes - Odyssey Springfield
Brake Cable - Odyssey Quick Slick adjustable
Brake Lever - Odyssey Mono Trigger
Grips - Odyssey Aaron Ross
Bar Ends- Shadow Conspiracy
Pegs - Stolen Thermalite



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#2 2013-10-24 2:46pm

no body
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Re: 2013 Sunday Broadcaster

what do you think of it im debating on getting one i love super short cs


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#3 2013-10-24 4:28pm

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Re: 2013 Sunday Broadcaster

Honestly I love it. This frame is perfect for me I have shorter legs so the tiny rear end makes it super easy to pull up on. the steeper head tube is nice for nose tricks. The frame as a whole is just awesome and I would recommend it to anyone.

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#4 2013-10-24 4:33pm

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Re: 2013 Sunday Broadcaster

djt1480 wrote:

Honestly I love it. This frame is perfect for me I have shorter legs so the tiny rear end makes it super easy to pull up on. the steeper head tube is nice for nose tricks. The frame as a whole is just awesome and I would recommend it to anyone.

thats what i thought, is it pretty solid? i know sundays are sturdy but your bike looks pretty clean though i love it :cool:

Last edited by no body (2013-10-24 4:34pm)


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#5 2013-10-24 4:48pm

djt1480
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Thanks man.  Its a very sturdy frame the wave down tube makes it so stiff.  I also have a Sunday Model C. They are a great company and any questions i have ever had i just asked the tech team over there and i had a response very fast. Jim C is like the head of there tech stuff and he is the one that personally responds. Which is awesome. But like i said man this frame is amazing.  I've only had it a few days and there was no real "getting used to it" at all.

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