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|10-24-2018, 09:50 PM||#12 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: The South
Yes sir, an Alamo City slim striker. I have been holding on to that one for a long while, saving it for the perfect project. I would have to declare that the SBM is the perfect recipient too. I just bought a pretty huge lot of spyder parts from Scottie on here so that I could make this thing exactly how I wanted it. Got several booyah frames and even a hyper frame.
What sort of spyder products did you used to create? If you donít mind my asking.
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|10-25-2018, 01:10 PM||#13 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2018
Back 10-15 years ago, the aftermarket scene was relatively small for Spyders, but there was a strong forum community of tinkerers (SBM included). As a result, small garage/backyard shops popped up, mine included. I made an aluminum magnetic trigger for the Spyder ESP frames and a drop-in Hall Effect sensor replacement for the stock microswitch. It was pretty cool to discover the product development process myself. It ultimately drove me into engineering school.
Excuse the amateur photos. I was only a teenager.
They're out there in the wild somewhere, hopefully still tearing up the fields.
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