Kayrehn Fuji SL 1.1

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Kayrehn wrote:I can use a stem upgrade though *hint hint*
Noted! :wink: Would you like a skewer upgrade with QR levers with that?
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What made you go for wi-fli while running 11-26?

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2focused wrote:What made you go for wi-fli while running 11-26?
I wrecked my previous short cage and thought I'll get the Wifli for versatility. 11-26t is for local usage, for overseas trips I'll slap on a 11-32. Going to the Pyrenees next month!

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Since the build 'ended' a while back, didn't thought I'll change any components any more. But then I chanced upon a reasonably cheap pair of Tune Skyline skewers on ebay and Bike24 had a sale on the Time Xpresso 15, so.

Weight of bike is now 4.91kg! 50g off on the pedals alone is really nice. I'll try to be real careful with walking on the Time cleats though.

Now, the only thing I still look forward to is a Wert stem... That will bring it down to maybe 4.88kg, if it ever happens... ImageImage

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Hi. Im buying carbonice eva 2.0 31.8 clamp for my fuji sl
But it is not tightening for my seatpost.
Can you help me?
If you can please take picture seatpost clamp and seat tube
Um...Your eva 2.0 is custom made product?

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Hey I bought it off Starbike and it works well for me. Maximum torque is 4nm but 3.5nm should be enough, from an email reply by Carbonice. Image

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RuskinAsh wrote:
Sat Sep 23, 2017 2:39 am
Hey, what's this line on the down tube? something to worry about?

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No, that is very normal carbon layer, don't worry.

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Kayrehn wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:02 pm
Hey I bought it off Starbike and it works well for me. Maximum torque is 4nm but 3.5nm should be enough, from an email reply by Carbonice. Image

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Hey, it's exactly the same situation as mine, and no problem for that.

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Kayrehn wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:02 pm
Hey I bought it off Starbike and it works well for me. Maximum torque is 4nm but 3.5nm should be enough, from an email reply by Carbonice. Image

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Thankyou.
It is strange.
Why can not I do it?
If you have a vernier caliper, can you measure the size?

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by Kayrehn

Oh I just realised, I think this frame fits a 27.2mm seatpost, not 31.8.

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Kayrehn wrote:
Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:10 am
Oh I just realised, I think this frame fits a 27.2mm seatpost, not 31.8.

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Yes I know that seatpost size.

And i mesure seat tube size is 30.4mm!

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