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e*thirteen history box

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by DerekJ, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. DerekJ New Member

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    Hi all,
    I was recently digging through the e*13 history box and wanted to share one of my finds. This guy is one of the first versions of the "Security" single ring Chain Retention System complete with its ISCG adapter and original rollers.
    security1.jpg security2.jpg security3.jpg security4.jpg security5.jpg
    It absolutely amazing how far these devices have evolved is such a short span of history, dating back just 10 or 11 years.
    Hopefully, time permitting we can get more legacy product documented here as well.
    If any of you have any images of your retired legacy e*thirteen systems you would care to post, please feel free.

    Cheers,
    Derek
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  2. DerekJ New Member

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    ..and a shout out to Micky behind the pencil.

    ps. after 6 years i've finally hit my 100th post.
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  3. IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    i remember having to modify mine for my V10 back in 2002 but i dont remember it coming in one of those fancy tins...thankfully the days of modifying parts to work on DH bikes is almost over
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  4. DerekJ New Member

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    The fancy tins were fancy...and expensive. They had a pretty short lifespan.
    All I can say is that I too am glad that the file,hack and dremel days are fewer and farther between than the were back in the good 'ol days.
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    very cool. I've still got one of the Evil branded bashguards. Never parting with it :)
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    Strippers love wristbands.
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  7. IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    yeah, i still miss this bike
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  8. DerekJ New Member

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    so what are you saying exactly?
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  9. dump Active Member

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    Had an e13-branded srs from about that era.

    10.08.03_2mx_5.jpg

    edit: loved that bike.
    Last edited: Mar 28, 2012
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    Why, are you inferring that I SHOULD alert the police?
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  11. DerekJ New Member

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    Ohhhhhh...
    Nevermind
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    Nice! I had a Bullit the same color. Is that a film canister on the D-tube?
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    remote resi for the avy dhs
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  14. DerekJ New Member

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    Are you sure?
    Did you have to drill larger holes in the downtube mounting bracket to get that in there? ..Can't remember which frame I saw that done on.
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  15. dump Active Member

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    That's definitely an avy remote resi.
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    OK,
    Here's another relic from the box. This is the SRS formula. It didn't really get much usage as a guide and was mostly limited to a handfull of riders and was available on the webstore for a short time as well. This guide featured a carbon fiber backplate and an ultra thin (at the time) Supercharger bashguard. I couldn't find the OG hardware but it was all "superlight M6 hardware". Pretty mind blowing stuff at the time though weighing in, as-is at 305g w/o chainring bolts.
    Some of these parts went on to prototype the early XCX system in 2004(5 years prior to its official release).
    f1.jpg f2.jpg f3.jpg f4.jpg f5.jpg f6.jpg
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  17. IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    yep, its a Avy DHS on there. they supplied new bolts with the shock but i didnt have to modify anything. best thing i ever did to that bike. the Van RC that came on there wasnt even in the same league. hell, it wasnt in the same sport
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  18. dump Active Member

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    Recall seeing pics of that carbon guide on a bike ... might have been on CG's or Hill's ride? Don't remember.
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  19. DerekJ New Member

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    HA! Gotta love the wayback machine! Some drop shadow'd, beveled and embossed things should stay in the past...
    oct-2002.png dec-03.png dec-2003.png jan-06.png jan-06.1.png jan-06.2.png mar-06.png
    :p
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    Thank you for less bevel /emboss. You're a gentileman and a scollar.
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    Not a fan of that bevel/emboss of old... just used a little gradient to make give it some depth.
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