What torque should I tighten my bikes linkage bolts?

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What front derailleur do I need?

Our STAGE and STAGE MAX frames accommodate a high direct mount side pull Type front derailleur from 2017 models onward. Early models used a top pull.

What bottom bracket do I use?

For the STAGE and STAGE MAX you will need a Pressfit 92 Type BB with the 2.5mm spacers. IE the BB Shell is 89.5mm wide.

For the SLAKLINE and HYRAX you will need a threaded English BSA Bottom Bracket.set up for it’s 73mm shell

What is your rear brake standard?

All of our frames are designed with 160mm  post mount direct.

Standard builds are as follows:

STAGE 160mm rear, 160mm front

STAGE MAX 160mm rear, 180mm front

HYRAX 180mm rear, 200mm front

SLAKLINE 180mm rear, 200mm front

What rear axle is required?

All Pyga framesets are designed to accommodate a Rockshox Maxle ultimate174mmx12mm

What rear wheel standard does your bike support?

Our STAGE and STAGE MAX utilise the 142mm std and our proprietary +5 offset rear end. Therefore the wheel will need to be dished to the brake-side by 5mm. (link to +5) the SLAKLINE and HYRAX utilise a 148mm rear boost width however still use the same rockshox maxle ultimate 174mmx12mm.

What headset do I use?

All of our framesets fit a cane creek 40 is42/is52 tapered headset.

What seatpost diameter do I need?

You will need a 30.9mm seatpost for both STAGE and STAGE MAX, and a 34.9mm seatpost for both SLAKLINE and HYRAX. ( a shim could be used also should you have a 30.9 or 31.6mm dropper but needs to be a minimum of 100mm long.

What is the maximum front chainring size on the STAGE and STAGE MAX?

A 38t 6mm offset ring is the max size the frame can accommodate.

What is the maximum front chainring size that the SLAKLINE and HYRAX can accommodate?

A 36t 3mm offset is the max size possible. But for most people a 34t would be the biggest used.

Do I need to apply Loctite or grease to the bolts?

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What is deed?

Deed is a component brand owned by Pyga mountainbikes to enable great quality and prices to our customers. We currently only use deed as original equipment on our high end models.