My Project Dogma Think2

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mightyduckie
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by mightyduckie

Hi all,

Would like to share my new bike that, I fixed up all by myself.

Components List
- Dogma think2 65.1 8 (Frame size 470mm)
- Campagnolo BORA TWO ULTRA
- Pro Stealth EVO UD Carbon Handlebar and Stem (Compact Type) with PRO Bar tape
- Shimano Dura Ace 9070 Di2 (internal battery)
- Shimano Dura Ace 11 Speeds (11-28)
- Rotor QXL Chainring and 3D+ Crank set
- ROTOR BB Ceramic Bearing
- Selle Italia SLR Tekno Flow Saddle*Carbon
- Speedplay ZERO Titanium Pedals
- Elite Leggero Carbon Bottle Cage
- K-Edage PRO Road Chain Catches

Missed out this....
- Di2 satellite shifter at handler bar for hills climb.

Weighted at : 6.95kg.
BTW, I'm still trying to reduce the weight by another 100g more..
any suggestion please let me know....

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Martin1977
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by Martin1977

more and better (bigger) pictures please :-)

by Weenie


mightyduckie
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by mightyduckie

Sorry, I cant post a bigger photo here....
But you can click on the my photo to have bigger photo.

mattyNor
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by mattyNor

Loose that chain catcher since di2 will never drop a chain ;)

mightyduckie
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by mightyduckie

mattyNor wrote:Loose that chain catcher since di2 will never drop a chain ;)


Just want to be safe than sorry..... :mrgreen:

Frankie13
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by Frankie13

How do you like the ceramic Rotor BB cubs? I have the steel currently installed with my 3D+ but was thinking to swap to the red ceramic.
Nice build!

Valbrona
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by Valbrona

But why is the saddle pointing down so much?

martinko
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by martinko

Don't hurry for reducing the weight, ride it and work on your position. The handlebars with levers pointing up and saddle down doesn't do well to the whole image of this bike ;-)
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Martin1977
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by Martin1977

OK, from home it works. I can see bigger picture now.
Really nice bike. I was not able to see it from office due to firewall :-)
I like the way it is built.

Imaking20
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by Imaking20

Valbrona wrote:But why is the saddle pointing down so much?


Because aero
Current:
T2

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mightyduckie
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by mightyduckie

Frankie13 wrote:How do you like the ceramic Rotor BB cubs? I have the steel currently installed with my 3D+ but was thinking to swap to the red ceramic.
Nice build!



Actually I still have the steel Rotor BB on my 1st bike with Rotor 3D+ Crank. (Still riding it since 2013)

I can't really tell the different between two of them.
just ride my dogma around 200km (125mile).
Sorry can't give you any feedback.
other reason will be should be factor in as well, example; wheels, weight, tyres and frame geometry and etc.

Weight wise : Steel at 83g and Ceramic at 84g from my scale. (diff only 1g or may be not)

But the Red BB really look nice compare to black BB.

Hope this will help you....

mightyduckie
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by mightyduckie

martinko wrote:Don't hurry for reducing the weight, ride it and work on your position. The handlebars with levers pointing up and saddle down doesn't do well to the whole image of this bike ;-)
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Thanks for the feedback... :D

I can't adjust the handler bar angle because of my handler bar is integrated with stem.
Been riding couples of times, Yes, you are right I should work on my position more after riding it more.
May be I shall adjust the levers a little lower.

For the saddle, I like to point a little down to push me forward..
I don't know why, But I like the position while I'm climbing.
I'm more a climber..... :D

mightyduckie
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by mightyduckie

Martin1977 wrote:OK, from home it works. I can see bigger picture now.
Really nice bike. I was not able to see it from office due to firewall :-)
I like the way it is built.


Thanks for your kind C&C.
:beerchug:

mightyduckie
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by mightyduckie

Imaking20 wrote:
Valbrona wrote:But why is the saddle pointing down so much?


Because aero



:thumbup:

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mightyduckie
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by mightyduckie

Before photo

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Did some little adjustment on saddle and levers...
will try is out later....

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