Martini project 6.38kg

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by Geoff

Ok, that's nice.

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Johnny Rad wrote:Cool!

Someone post up the pic of the TT bike painted in Martini livery for comparison...


Good idea and reference! The Martini TT if I'm thinking this is what you're referring to, is a Tri Shiv. Personally I don't like it when pictures of another person's bike get posted into another person's build thread, but that's just me. In the meantime, here's the thread on the Martini Shiv for comparison:
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I love that Martini TT. There is more room for the design with those big tubes. An amazing project.

I wanted something more low-key with mine.
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ferrarista wrote:
@mellowjohnny: I had it painted by http://www.exorpeinture.com/IndexEN.html.
Its a paint shop near Montreal. He's a friend of mine and does very good work. His carbon repair skills is amazing too.
He's the official painter of Cervelo for the RCA frames. All the R5CA and RCA that you see around are painted by him.


Thanks for the info - I grew up on the West Island. :). Enjoy the bike!

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No problem. I live on the east side. thanks!
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From one Martini owner to another, very nicely done! Can't go wrong with that livery! Will always be a classic!

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Thanks mile2424! your Martini TT is the best I have seen. I remember when you presented your project I was drooling all over the place.

It's been a while I wanted to do the paint job , but when I saw your bike it gave me the push to do it even more.

Martini will always be in style :wink:

cheers :beerchug:
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Way off topic, but I was out on Cedar Springs Rd in Burlington yesterday and saw a full on Martini 911. Didn't get a good look, but I have a feeling it was just a stock 911 with a great custom paint job.

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yeah I saw a GT3 with Martini livery here in Montreal during the grand prix weekend. there was also a Gulf Porsche right in front. Soo nice!

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May I ask for a complete build picture?

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Sorry about not posting pics yet. I've been busy with work. The bike is built, but decided to take off the ilinks as I didn't like them. I'm waiting on the aican superlight brake cable set to arrive.
Should be this Tuesday. So for sure next week i'll have some pictures.
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:thumbup:

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Took some pics today.

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and outside before the ride

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Final weight is 6.70kg / 14.77lbs
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Beautiful ride! Love the carbon weave.

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laxer29 wrote:Beautiful ride! Love the carbon weave.


thanks laxer29!

next addition will be deda elementi 45mm clinchers.
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