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  • Technically it’s not a ti buzzard, nor is it a Ti swift, it’s somewhere between the two. It’s got a shorter arse than the swift but much slacker angles. I think there are 3 protos in existence, I own one, its ace, no two ways about it. If anyone is interested, I’d be happy to have people ride it. We’ve also got a large buzzard demo for a direct comparison.

    IvanDobski
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    Horses for courses innit, I have to strip my niner down about once every 4 months to carbo-grip it and then it stays quiet for another 4 months but I’d have to see those dropouts every day!

    Plus if I go to a 2 Niner “fleet” (sorry) I can then buy the niner branded riding clothing and not have to worry about making sure I’m riding the right bike for the shirts… 😉

    Premier Icon notmyrealname
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    Technically it’s not a ti buzzard, nor is it a Ti swift, it’s somewhere between the two.

    Does it have an EBB like the Swift?

    tang
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    Looked great, Sam was motoring on it!

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    QH dropouts are a non-issue. They don’t move or make any noise. Equally I have used On-one horizontal drop-outs for years with 1 drive-side chain tug – don’t move at all.

    Niner EBB on the other hand had a plethora of issues – it has whole threads on mtbr devoted to solutions (I know this is the new version).

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    Uh-oh thread descends into compare and contrast of SS chain tensioning techniques.

    Mods!

    Premier Icon Cheezpleez
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    Forget the Niner, I want a Ti Buzzard

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    Niner Schminer, buy a Swift and a Buzzard and still have change.

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