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Volume Cutter v5 - FOR SALE

Got this frame in November of 2012, and moved all the parts from my v6 to it. FOR SALE - http://www.pedalroom.com/forums/marketplace/fs-volume-cutter-v5-9200

Volume Cutter v5 53cm

Fu Manchu v2 / FSA Impact Pro

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Profile 165mm / Profile Internal

Animal - Hamilton PC / YNOT straps

EAI 16T / Tree Lite Sprocket 39T / KMC Z510HX

NS Bikes Mint Bars / ODI Longneck flangeless grips / ODI Bar EndsThomson Elite 70mm

Selle Italia Turbo / Fizik Cyrano

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity Deep V / Formula / Gatorskin 28c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity Deep V / Formula / Rando 28c

Added by seek. Last updated over 7 years ago.



easysmile says:

Oh, so *you're* the one who swapped the V6 for the V5! I'm with you. You write that the V6 has toe overlap issues, but could it have more issues than any other Cutter. Is its headtube angle steeper? I'm digging for extra details 'cause I'll need to know if there's an issue with the V6 - in case I find one down the road, etc. Tnx.

Posted almost 10 years ago


seek says:

No. They are the same. The v6 can run bigger tires. They are rated for 45c it seems. If you were to put a 45c on a cutter, the toe overlap would be horrible. VS say a thrasher, or hurricane or whatever 700c fgfs is popular these days. If you wanted to barspin a 700c, then a thrasher is a better choice. http://clingerposse.wordpress.com/2010/...

Posted almost 10 years ago


SpoonRules says:

I like this build as well, but why the switch the older frame? I did like the volume cut-out, and what people were doing with it though.

Posted over 11 years ago


seek says:

Thanks. The v5 is more suited for me. I don't need the huge tire clearance / seat tube curve of the v6. Have always liked the lite blue v5, and kinda had an impulse buy when I saw one on ebay. :)

Posted over 11 years ago