Qulbix Raptor – Frame&DNM kit – 1500€+VAT

1500E

Frame&DNM kit @ 1500€+VAT for DYI builders.
Stickers are not applied, prices do not include shipping and VAT.
Phone +40722-290489, +40742-669918, skype> alex.imreh@live.com.

  1. Qulbix Bicycle Frame Kit
  2. Complete Suspension:

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The Qulbix Raptor’s rear shock frame bracket enables three different heights (three holes) for different shock lengths/stroke variations. This allows you to use different shock configurations and adjust the suspension to perfection. In addition, the swing arm has two holes positions for two different rear wheel travel options. Large inside-the-frame battery compartment can store a large capacity battery, up to 140x200x300mm, for greater performance. High tensile steel with aluminum side plates makes the frame rigid and stable during intense riding. The frame has an integrated controller key switch, XLR rubber sealed charging socket, and a display mount hole with a rubber seal. The Qulbix Raptor Bicycle Frame Kit includes a bolt-on bicycle seat sub frame which can later be easily swapped with the moto seat sub frame. The controller shield protects bike’s electronics and allows air to flow through freely. Power cables exit the battery compartment through the rubber sealed hole. That way the water stays well away from the batteries.

setups

Dimensions in the table below are based on front wheel size: 26”; rear wheel size: 26”; standard 200/180 mm travel front fork, with crown-axle distance 565 +/-5 mm (for ex.: rs boxxer, domain). List of abbreviations: BBH = Bottom bracket height; BSH = Bicycle seat height; HTA = Head tube angle; WB = Wheel base; RWT = Rear wheel travel; FWT = Front wheel travel; HTL = Head tube lenght (150 mm); SPD = Seat post diameter/seat tube inner diameter (30,8 mm); STOD = Seat tube outside diameter (35 mm); BBW = Bottom bracket width (83 mm); MTW = Maximum tyre width (90 mm; based on 26” wheel); HTID = Head tube inside diameter (44 mm); SBL = Shock bushing length (40 mm); SL = Eye to eye shock lenght; “NORMAL” shock frame bracket orientation = Hole with larger offset on top; “ROTADED” shock frame bracket orientation = Hole with larger offset on the bottom.

Other wheel options:

24” REAR & 26” FRONT WHEEL COMBINATION Rear shock must be mounted one hole lower (as stated in the table) on the frame bracket.
“ROTATED” frame bracket position can also be applied to fine tune the geometry.
This will compensate smaller rear wheel and geometry will be as stated in the table.
24” REAR & 24” FRONT WHEEL COMBINATION Rear shock must be mounted one hole lower (as stated in the table) on the frame bracket.
“ROTATED” frame bracket position can also be applied to fine tune the geometry.
Dual crown fork could be dropped in the range as specified from manufacturer to fine tune the geometry.
MOTORCYCLE RIMS Compare the diameter of the tire and adjust accordingly to recommendations.
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