F10 Disk w/ Enve SES 5.6 - Photos and Details

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davejunia
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by davejunia

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F10 Disk frame
Enve SES 5.6 - front 54mm, rear 63mm (w/ Chris King hubs)
Dura Ace 9170
Total weight with bottle cages (no bike computer) - 7.5kg

29 Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/davejunia/sets/72157687391392902/

It is a Pinarello with a relatively deep wheelset so I am not too fussed abt the weight. If I want to lower it, I guess I could go for the Schmolke TLO30 Tubular Disc rims.

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by Noctiluxx

Sweet looking bike! Wow!! :thumbup:
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wheelbuilder
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by wheelbuilder

Nice bar drop.

TobinHatesYou
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by TobinHatesYou

:shock:

What's the saddle height and what's your inside leg measurement, davejunia?

cunn1n9
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by cunn1n9

Nice bike except for the ridiculous amount of seatpost showing.


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oraclesin
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by oraclesin

nice yellow color~!... and high rims!!

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kidrob
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by kidrob

Thats a lot of money for so much weight :shock: :o

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TonyM
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by TonyM

davejunia wrote:Image

F10 Disk frame
Enve SES 5.6 - front 54mm, rear 63mm (w/ Chris King hubs)
Dura Ace 9170
Total weight with bottle cages (no bike computer) - 7.5kg

29 Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/davejunia/sets/72157687391392902/

It is a Pinarello with a relatively deep wheelset so I am not too fussed abt the weight. If I want to lower it, I guess I could go for the Schmolke TLO30 Tubular Disc rims.


A lot of seatpost! What is your height?

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Lelandjt
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by Lelandjt

Smaller than my bike.
More than double the price of my bike.
Probably about the same aero as my bike.
More than 2lbs heavier than my bike.
Meh to disc brakes. I bet it stops sooo nicely;)

Sorry, but this is weightweenies, not braking modulation weenies.

Delorre
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by Delorre

Or, how to make a disc brake equiped bike looking stunning! :thumbup: Are those 23mm conti's? Serious drop you are using, is that the final setup?

djgarrett21
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by djgarrett21

Lelandjt wrote:Smaller than my bike.
More than double the price of my bike.
Probably about the same aero as my bike.
More than 2lbs heavier than my bike.
Meh to disc brakes. I bet it stops sooo nicely;)

Sorry, but this is weightweenies, not braking modulation weenies.


Well then I guess that settles it. Lelandjt has the better bike. He has also completely shutdown any argument for disc brakes on this site. Lets all take a moment to stand in awe of Lelandjt, his dizzying intellect, and his most amazing bike.

As for the OP's bike, normally I would think it is a pretty awesome machine, but after hearing about Lelandjt's bike I just want to dry heave.

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ergott
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Sweet looking bike. I bet it's a blast to ride.

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by Bridgeman

This really is a beautiful bike. The F10 is my favorite and you have done a masterful assembly with yours.

I've just ordered most of the groupset I've settled on and should begin building mine in a week or so.

davejunia
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by davejunia

Thanks for the comments. Disc brakes aren't for everybody and possibly less so for weight weenies. Well, Pinas are not known for being light anyways even for rim brakes. =) I posted this to contribute to the discussion on disc brakes.

This is the final bike setup geometry wise. I have long legs and a short body thus the saddle height (78cm). Reach is only 52cm.

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TimW
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by TimW

I normally do not find the Pina F10 appealing, but this looks great! (and +1 for discs)

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