FL's NEILPRYDE BURA SL/ AX/ DI2/ 5.32kg

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farm_lim
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by farm_lim

thanks patrick. long time no see n shenzhen!
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stripped and reloaded for 2014!
updated with:
3t team red stem 100mm
niro-glide sluminum cables
ax lightness srt42 wheels
conti comps 22
carbon-ti road skewers

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not too bad for deep wheels, electronic group and no custom drilling and tuning. will weigh again with a feedback sports ultimate scale when it arrives next week.
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by plpete

well done :thumbup: I like it a lot. What was the wheel set weight and how do they ride? Also, looks like you are missing a top cap and possibly compression plug on the steerer!

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by sugarkane

Really nice work. That's a sorted bike right there!

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by fa63

Looks great, well done :thumbup:

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by NiFTY

Just lovely, and great weight.
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by micropox

As always! Awesome Build FL...

Hoping there will be a new build from you very soon :D ha ha ha

AndreLM
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by AndreLM

Hi,

Could you please comment on tire/rim clearance with wide rims? I see that you have already used Zipp 404FC with this frame… did you have any clearance problems, especially in the chainstays? What size of tubulars were you using? 23mm? Did you have a chance to use 25mm?

Thanks!
AndreLM

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by CBJ

Amazing looking bike. Are the rings really stiff enough?

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by farm_lim

thanks everyone!

plpete- i dont miss the plug and topcap. :wink: havent been using plugs and caps for quite some time on different builds. wheel weights on page 3, please check.

AndreLM- havent used 25mms on this build. 22s/23s. no problems with firecrest clearances also. very generous.

CBJ- no problems with the rings (have been using it on most builds before this also) for my riding. around 200km weekly, non-elite racer, 150lbs rider.
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by nagge

Have you had a chance to try the wheels yet?

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nagge wrote:Have you had a chance to try the wheels yet?


yes. feels very solid. braking feels a lot like the bora/racingspeed feel (pads braking on shiny brake tracks).
later when do more rides with it.
you cant buy fitness, but you can buy advantage.

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by Fuchspk

nice bike you have got there

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