Evo II 07

That's my current skate setup. I would say that's a really nice setup for Rookies and skaters with higher ambitions. The frame is really cool, because you can switch the grindblock for a flat setup(smaller groove) and for a freestyle setup(bigger groove).

I skate with Bells Wheels(60mm)from Hyper. But only on position 1 and 4 and on slot 2 and 3 I have the Realm Wheels(57mm) from USD. -


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SkateSetup
SkateSetup DE says (26 Nov 2007)

Great skate. i love big frames on small boots.
MaFa
MaFa 00 says (26 Nov 2007)

[quote=Bullet4one] I would say that's a really nice setup for Rookies and skaters with higher ambitions. [/quote] You can do pretty much any trick in any skate on the market today.. Its not like back in the day when the stock frames sucked or when the soulspace was to small and stuff... If you can't land a trick don't blame it on the skate :D:D
Bullet4one
Bullet4one 00 says (26 Nov 2007)

The boot is a 43 eu and the element as small version is from 38-42eu. and thats the reason for the BIG FRAME *s*
henry
henry 00 says (26 Nov 2007)

53mm flat would look sicker, and with all the wheels touching ground you could get better speed and control
smewp slompy
smewp slompy 00 says (26 Nov 2007)

the wheels defnitely look great in this setup. but i personlly hate big frames on skates. i like my frames to be just a little under the toes.
Bullet4one
Bullet4one 00 says (26 Nov 2007)

'cause the wheels. I had only 4 60mm Wheels and thats the reason why i have this setup and not one with 4 same wheeln on a skate. ^^ and theire is one think what I dont know. Kizer said slot 1 and 4 max 60mm wheels but i can skate with a max from 72mm und i must proof it on slot 2 and 3 with 60mm wheels work to. kizer write the i can drive only with 58mm whells in the middle -.- .
OKIFYOUSAYSO
OKIFYOUSAYSO 00 says (26 Nov 2007)

those frames look bad on some otherwise awesome skates.
joejamin121
joejamin121 00 says (03 Dec 2007)

hate it i love the boot but the frames together look terrible
smewp slompy
smewp slompy 00 says (03 Dec 2007)

[quote=Bullet4one]'cause the wheels. I had only 4 60mm Wheels and thats the reason why i have this setup and not one with 4 same wheeln on a skate. ^^ and theire is one think what I dont know. Kizer said slot 1 and 4 max 60mm wheels but i can skate with a max from 72mm und i must proof it on slot 2 and 3 with 60mm wheels work to. kizer write the i can drive only with 58mm whells in the middle -.- . [/quote] yeah whatever you're mumbling about. :rolleyes:
FourX4Boozer
FourX4Boozer 00 says (04 Dec 2007)

[quote=AF]Great skate. i love big frames on small boots. [/quote] I'll 2nd dat notetion, & add dat i like anti-rocker set-up better.
cman
cman 00 says (29 Dec 2007)

sickest boot on the planet but the i reckon the frames ruin the skates should of stuck with the m type

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