Time NXR Di2 Build

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civdic
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by civdic

UPDATE: Posted a while back here's an updated pic and build list.

Time Di2 NXR Black label
DA Di2 Group
Clavicula M3 Cranks w/Praxis Rings
THM Shimano Pressfit BB
Speedplay zero SS pedals
eebrakes w/enve pads
Syntace Stem
Zipp Bars
Lizard Skins Tape
Arione Saddle
Enve 45 clinchers w/Alchemy Hubs 28/28
Dura Ace Skewers
Conti 4000s Tires
Conti Tubes

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Garmin 800
k-edge Garmin Mount

6.62 kg or 14.6 lbs
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by kgt

:thumbup:

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by fa63

Very clean build, I like it a lot. Well done. :thumbup:

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by Monkeyboy3333

je t'aime le Time

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I like it. Clean, elegant build, good weight.
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civdic
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by civdic

Thanks everyone. I was a little nervous about the quality of shifting with the Praxis rings. They have proved to be flawless and the Chainline on the M3's are perfect.

The ride quality of the frame is great. It's a very good climbing bike and descending is much better than my 2006 Time VXR. Longest ride so far has been just over 3 hours and it was comfortable.

I have a set of C35 Tubs and a Speedneedle marathon which brings down the weight a bit more. I can't seem to ride the speedneedle for more than 30 minutes before I start to feel it.

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I had the same problem with the Speedneedle. Maybe you should try and get your hands on a Tune Concorde saddle or an AX-Lightness one?

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by TerribleCadence

Thats pure class. I'd love to own a Time. I'm very jealous :mrgreen:

Enjoy!

p.s - I'm glad you didn't fall into that standard Time deathtrap and ruin it with the oversized Time stem. I've never liked that look.
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SWijland wrote:I had the same problem with the Speedneedle. Maybe you should try and get your hands on a Tune Concorde saddle or an AX-Lightness one?


Or why not a Tune Komm-Vor or Komm-Vor+, really nice saddles I think
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by NiFTY

Nice build. How you liking the k-edge garmin mount? Stable?
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by civdic

K-edge is great. Very solid mount. Best thing about it is the adjustability fore and aft. The only thing I can't do is remove the k-edge logo's cause they are laser etched.

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