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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2013 11:32 pm 
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I received a new chinese handlebar, but this one is 124g!!! will show new pics soon and install components in a week time.

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Oldschool...


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2013 10:36 pm 
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He he he he... Old school indeed!! I now run a 90mm stem and a 620mm bar. It's much better now for descending trails, much faster and stable, but for uphill easy sections I prefered the old setup, 560mm bar and 105mm stem... So far so good. I'll post updated pics soon.

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Updated images soon!!!

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So here they are!!!! Same, same... just new bar, stem and seatpost. Weight went up about 20g overall only, position and control is so much better now. I had the stem looking down at the beginning, but ended up with this less racy position, with a more elevated bar. Way better now in downhills, much more control and less need to touch the brakes. In the uphills is just a matter of getting used to the wider bar, but still good. Barends still a must have ;-)

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