We’ve been getting quite a few inquiries on how to rebuild a Profile Zcoaster.Gus Lanzilotta has built quite a few here at the factory so we had him walk you through it.We hope this helps? For an explosion of the hub’s internals, click here:
The differences between the Profile Mini and Elite Driver Mechanisms. In 1996, Profile engineered the first bmx specific cassette hub. This concept was to both allow for easier cog replacement (and later, complete driver: 9, 10, and 11t) as well as complete driver rebuilds. It is much easier to replace […]
Crank Installation. Everyone has to do it at some point. We could have made a bullet pointed list of how to’s, but thought it’d be best to have our tech wizard, Gus Lanzillotta, step in and show you in person. Check out these two video versions below, and make sure […]
How many teeth do you need? On a sprocket that is. In 2003, Profile engineered a cassette driver that allowed you to drop from our lowest cog (12 tooth) down to a one-piece, 9 tooth. In doing so, the standard 36-13, sprocket/cog gear ratio dropped quickly to a 25/9. And […]
Thanks to Bmx Ultra for this informative piece on maintenance of the rear Profile Elite Hub. We hope this helps…Have a look!
Hey guys, I just moved to Long Beach, California a week ago and I couldn’t be more stoked on the move! The sun is out every day, the ocean breeze is ever present, and bike riding is plentiful. I have been meeting up with different people every day. On tuesday […]
Profile Mini Front Hubs are fairly simple to overhaul.
Mulville trails edit…fun, fun, fun.