Trinx Q800 Review


Ito namang Trinx Q800 ay mas upgraded version ng Trinx Q500.

29er din ito pero isang quick look sa specs nya, masasabi kong mas maganda ang mga pyesa nito kumpara sa Q500.

Trinx Q800 Specs

FRAME

  • FRAME: 29″*16″/18″ Alloy Special-Shaped Tubes
  • FORK: Suntour SF16 XCT Alloy Suspension Travel:100mm

Meron pa din sizes na 16 (medium) at 18(large) para sa mga riders na may iba’t ibang height. Alloy ang frame at same lang din sa Q500 ng geometry at shape ng tubes.

Internal cabling na din ang frame kaya sa loob na dumadaan ang shifter cables, mas malinis tignan ang frame.

Yung fork ay mas maganda na ng konti kesa sa generic Trinx fork dahil Suntour na ito, pero entry-level lang dahil XCT lang ito.

COMPONENTS

  • PEDAL: Alloy
  • SADDLE: Trinx Sport
  • HANDLEBAR: Trinx Alloy Flat

Parehas lang sa Q500 ang pedal, saddle, seatpost pero yung handlebar nitong Q800 ay flat naman. Mas pormang cross-crountry.

DRIVETRAIN

  • SHIFTER: Shimano Altus SL-M370
  • FD: Shimano Altus FD-M370
  • RD: Shimano Altus RD-M370
  • CHAIN: KMC
  • BRAKE: Shimano M315 Hydraulic Disc
  • CHAINWHEEL: Prowheel 22/32/44T*170L
  • CASSETTE: Shimano CS-HG200-9 11-32T


Shimano Altus na ang mga pyesa, pero yung crank lang Prowheel pa din. Alloy naman kaya magaan na din.

9-speed na Altus ang drive train, na may 11-32t na sprocket. Hydraulic na din ang preno na non-series Shimano hydraulic brakes.

WHEELS

  • RIM: Weinmann Alloy Double Wall
  • TYRE: CST 29″*2.10″ 27TPI
  • HUB: Novatec Alloy Sealed Bearing

Mas maganda lang yung tires ng Q500 dahil kenda na yun pero itong CST Jack Rabbit tires ay okay na din naman pang starter. Tumatagal din naman ang tires na CST. Hindi din sobrang knobby ng tires kaya sakto lang pang trails at pang kalsada.

Yung hubs ay mas maganda dahil Novatec na na sealed bearing pa. Sigurado ka na pang matagalan na itong hubs na ito.

Mas sulit ba ito kesa sa Trinx Q500?

Ang price ng Trinx Q500 ay P8500, ito namang Q800 ay nasa P13800.

May price difference sila na P5300.

Ang na-upgrade sa Q500 ay fork, 9-speed drive train, hydraulic brakes at Novatec hubs.

Pero sa tingin ko may mas magandang pag gamitan ang P5300 na sukli.

  • Bumili na lang ng Shimano non-series hydraulic brakes.
  • Bumili na lang ng Alivio upgrade kit para sa 9-speed upgrade. Mas maganda ang shifting, at mas magaan, mas malaki din ang granny gear sa likod na 11-36t. Kaso lang hindi ko sigurado kung cassette type na ba yung hubs sa Q500, kasi kung hind pa, kailangan mo pa ito palitan ng cassette-type hubs para magamitan ng 9-speed na cassette. Pero if ever may balak ka mag upgrade din in the future, mas okay pa din na yung Q500 na lang ang piliin mo na mas bilhin.
  • Bumili in the future ng mas okay na fork gaya ng Suntour XCR bilang upgrade sa generic fork ng Trinx. Mas maganda ang XCR kesa sa XCT.
  • Bumili ng Shimano sealed-bearing hubs.

Maaring kulangin yung sukli pero para sa akin, mas sulit ito na upgrade kung sakali.

Pero kung ayaw mo naman talaga ma-hassle sa pag-intindi pa sa mga pyesa pyesa na yan, at gusto mo lang ng ride na may magandang pyesa; yung sasakyan mo na lang – pwede na din itong Trinx Q800. Magkaiba din ng colorways ang Q500 sa Q800, kaya kung yung trip mong kulay ng frame ay nasa Q800, go lang.


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