Conversion Kit question

Discussion in 'Conversion Kit' started by chrisblessing, May 5, 2017.

  1. chrisblessing

    chrisblessing Well-Known Member

    Greetings. I wonder if anyone might have the actual thread size and pitch of the allen-head bolt used to secure the conversion kit chainstay to the fork adapter.

    Many thanks.
  2. dino snider 2

    dino snider 2 New Member

    Nope. Er, dumb question: how do I start a new thread? Working on custom mixed standard ZapDX knockoff (gutless like SX) with battery and capacitor for 'nitro button' effect- briefly 24 vs 12V). Thanks.
  3. From the main Forums page, click on the section you want to post in (Race Series, Road Series, Marketplace, etc.). You'll see a list of existing threads. At the top right, just below the search box, is a gray "Post New Thread" button.
  4. Doug Burton

    Doug Burton Zen MBB Master

  5. chrisblessing

    chrisblessing Well-Known Member

    Thanks Doug. I was able to replace the bolts with a longer bolt with the correct pitch (M6 1.00 pitch). I ordered both stainless and black aluminum (which looks great). I'll post updated photos of my conversion when it's back together in October.
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  6. wave66rider

    wave66rider New Member

    I have a v/2k frame with a conversion kit. I recently converted the bike from "down tube steering" to "behind headset steering" what I did to make room for my knees was put the seat-pan all the way forward and I was able to recline back nicely. Here is the dilemma, I am really heavy on the front in fact I hit the breaks on a turn and slid out. Should I put the seat back as far as possible, I may need a curved seatpost to get nice and reclined and weight on the rear.
  7. wave66rider

    wave66rider New Member

    What is Better on a v/2k rider weight to the front or rear?
  8. wave66rider

    wave66rider New Member

    Can I install the Silvio/vendetta dynamic boom on my v/2k?

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