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wielracer
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Elrey wrote:Very nice! Sorry for the wrong answer. Where did you buy it?


Velobuild, but it's not available anymore
The R-026 is the replacement

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campled
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My happiness Parlee's
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nixoncreative
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Mystealthy Beast.... :D

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Mimizk
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I mis-posted this on the other titanium bicycle thread...

Amanda Sports' 3 carbon and steel back frame with original carbon fork.
7.5kg by the photo assembly but only not include the bottom tool bottle.

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nixoncreative wrote:Mystealthy Beast.... :D


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Nice stealth bike! What frame is that? You should consider leveling your saddle....and remove some spacers :)

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The frame is a Condor Baracchi, ha yep seat was swapped as I didnt get on with the arione and the new one is now level.
Spacers... hmmm maybe at some point, I ride a lot and this is one area comfort may have to take precidence over looks.

Wederkinck wrote:
nixoncreative wrote:Mystealthy Beast.... :D

Nice stealth bike! What frame is that? You should consider leveling your saddle....and remove some spacers :)

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Elrey
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Keep the spacers. Slam that stem is a internet phenomenon that has absolutely no place in the real world.

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Remove the spacers if your back allows it. Looks best that way and I assume you gain a more aerodynamic riding position..

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Mimizk, that is a very interesting bike and an even more interesting flickr photostream!

Can you tell us more about the projects that you seem to be building yourself? It deserves a topic!

Mimizk
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TimmS wrote:Mimizk, that is a very interesting bike and an even more interesting flickr photostream!
Can you tell us more about the projects that you seem to be building yourself? It deserves a topic!

Thank you TimmS.

About the frame,
top, down, seat tube, front fork blade and steering colum are very high quality carbon.
Chain, seat stays, head tube and all of the lugs are made by steel.
Chose PF30 BB, 1-1/8" ahead headset and a kind of ISP.

The others about selection of parts,
older model of SRAM RED rear derailleur with carbonschmiede's 15T large pulley cage.
It also uses the same company's tention pulley but I chose Shimano Dura-Ace's centaron pulley for upper guide one.

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Front derailleur uses 7900 Dura-Ace and I only uses downtube shifter for FD and chose Suntour's Superb Pro.
The chainwheel uses Hollowgram Si (first model) with ripainting by STB Ceramikoat because it has very narrower Q-factor, 137mm.
Hollowgram Si don't have any other colors without silver alumite and it can't be used re-alumite because of its construction.
The ceramic coating increases its weights though it's only 1g per pair.

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My Winter Project:

Felt F1 Blackout with Dura Ace 7900 and Zipp Service Course SL finishing kit
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Kaliffen
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by Kaliffen

My Allez ... Love it !!!

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mihai
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by mihai

My Dedacciai Scuro RS
Weihgt 6,2kg
frame 53cm
groupset Sram Red 2013
crank set FSA SL-k
Handlebar Deda Alanera
Wheels Miche SuperType 358rs
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5.99 kgs as pictured with the garmin
Low 5.3kgs with the climbers fitted
Very black

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