Pinarello F10

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dereksmalls
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by dereksmalls

It really is a stunning looking bike

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by philhul83

Looks fantastic, especially with the ambrosios


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by kgt

You just need to remove these spacers asap. It' an aero bike after all...


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by fogman

@poppihlla. I am thinking about a Campagnolo P2M NG for my F10. Did you weigh the P2M Type S vs. your existing Record crankset to get the actual weight penalty of the power meter? You mentioned in an earlier post that you thought the weight difference was going to be about 180 grams. (My guess would be +105 grams over the Record crankset and +155 grams over the Super Record crankset).


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poppiholla
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by poppiholla

Hi, I did not weigh the p2m type S. According to Power2Max the type S 2015 weigh 644g excluding the chainrings. The Record crankset 2015 model weighs 641 including chain rings. An 34 tooth chainring weighs about 34g. I don't know the weight of the 50 tooth chainring.

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by fogman

160 grams published for the 50t chainring. So about 834 grams (+190 grams) for the complete P2M Type S.
Your bike weighed 7.4 kg before the P2M. Do you have the total bike weight after the P2M was installed to confirm? Thanks!


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kgt wrote:You just need to remove these spacers asap. It' an aero bike after all...


+1!

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Beautiful bike, no question about it! Incredible build!

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TonyM
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Bely wrote:Image


LOVE it! :thumbup: (except the LW as I don't like the handling with them :? )
Really a nice shape and this red magma colour is just beautiful! :thumbup: :thumbup:
I think I am going to order a F10 in red magma :beerchug:




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by syplam

poppiholla wrote:After a few months of waiting, my Dogma F10 arrived a few days ago. It took me a few days to build up my bike and now it is finally ready. I am very happy with it. I can't wait to ride my bike.
I only need to cut the fork in it's final position, but first I will check and fine tune my bike.

Buildlist:

Dogma F10 BOB size 57.5
Campa Record 2015 groupset
Most Talon Aero 1k handlebar and stem
Most Aero carbon seatpost
Most Carbon bottle cages
Most Italon Garmin mount
Fizik R1 Antares saddle
Look Keo blade 20nm
Campa Bora One Dark label 50mm clinchers
Fizik bartape
Schwalbe One 25mm 2017 tires

Waiting for Power2max Powermeter Type-S Campa 2015 or Stages Campa Powermeter. Still thinking about it.

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Imo this is the perfect F10, campy all the way. Nice build!


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TonyM
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Bely wrote:Taking a short break from the Indie bands and decided to go mainstream since the experience with how the Factor rode was great!!
Pinarello F10 - 54cm


poppiholla wrote:After a few months of waiting, my Dogma F10 arrived a few days ago. It took me a few days to build up my bike and now it is finally ready. I am very happy with it. I can't wait to ride my bike.
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I am soon going to order a F10 8) but I am not 100% sure concerning the wheels and the tires :?

The F10 is declared to accommodate 25mm tires BUT how big is the tire clearance in "real life" :( , I mean which tires/ rims do you have on your F10?

And which measured tire size on the rims are "safe", do you think?

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syplam
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by syplam

TonyM wrote:
Bely wrote:Taking a short break from the Indie bands and decided to go mainstream since the experience with how the Factor rode was great!!
Pinarello F10 - 54cm


poppiholla wrote:After a few months of waiting, my Dogma F10 arrived a few days ago. It took me a few days to build up my bike and now it is finally ready. I am very happy with it. I can't wait to ride my bike.
(...)
Image[/url]


I am soon going to order a F10 8) but I am not 100% sure concerning the wheels and the tires :?

The F10 is declared to accommodate 25mm tires BUT how big is the tire clearance in "real life" :( , I mean which tires/ rims do you have on your F10?

And which measured tire size on the rims are "safe", do you think?


I was told as well the clearance can barely fit a 25 conti inflated up to 27mm...


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