Storck Fascenario 0.6 w/ Di2, ENVE 3.4's + hidden battery!!

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morrisond
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by morrisond

I'm looking forward to the stiffer springs. There actually quite simple to play with. I've already modded one set of Enve pads - but got a little carried away on the grinder - hence why I need the new set.

The ride quality of the bike is awesome, it's usually mainly for rural riding around Central Ontario - Muskoka.

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Nice.
Di2 will tear those chainrings apart.
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by Discoverspeed

Beautiful. Hope you enjoy the ride, morrisond. Maybe you would consider taping over the battery mount hole on the down tube or put a screw there to prevent water from going in?

Cippo - nice work with the hidden battery. The F0.6 deserves simplicity.
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by konky

Discoverspeed wrote:Beautiful. Hope you enjoy the ride, morrisond. Maybe you would consider taping over the battery mount hole on the down tube or put a screw there to prevent water from going in?

Cippo - nice work with the hidden battery. The F0.6 deserves simplicity.


Yes you need to close that hole. I used a rubber grommit.

Another thing to note is if you have ridden your F0.6 in the rain you will need to take the seat tube out and let any water that may have gathered in the frame evaporate. Worth doing after cleaning also. Should be done even in normal circumstances but with a post mounted battery it's essencial.

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by morrisond

Konky - thanks for the above.

Coloclimber you were right I switched to Praxis Dura Ace Style rings - much nicer shifting.

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