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ceramic bearings sounds cool but as you say - they rolls really smooth but maybe a little weight can be saved with ceramic bearings :-D

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>5g´s. But try the Eurus as the come first. They are fabulous wheels.


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Ofcourse Thomas!

BTW: seems like we will have the same colours on our bike for 2007 :-)

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Mads Kock wrote:
Pinarello Paris FP carbon frame (50 cm),
Pinarello ONDA fork,
Pinarello headset,
Campagnolo Record 2007 gear,
Zero Gravity Ti brakes
SRM pro cranks (1 kg of useless metal - I gave up trying to get the powermeter to work but will try again tomorrow),
Campagnolo Eurus wheelset,
Tune AC 14 QR,
Continental GP4000 tires and noname tubes,
New Ultimate seatpost and stem,
BTP seatclamp,
Selle Italia SLR seat,
Speedplay X1 pedals with BTP inserts,
Zipp SL handlebar and bottle cages,
KMC X10SL chain,
Campagnolo housing and wires.

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This is nothing compared to LJ's or others fantastic Pinarello's but I'm really satisficed with mine. Weight is 7,17 kg and could easily be much lighter :-D




Great looking bike but!!!
Campagnolo Record 2007 gear, - those don't have ti bolts - yours have --> 2006 model
your ergo are 2006 also - no QS wrriten on them

I just hope you didn't pay 07 prices for 06 model!

great bike - love everything you put on it except the weight that you call power meter :-)


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Isn't it only the left Record Ergopower that's got QS written on it?

Btw. nice one Mads :thumbup:

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Campagnolo Record 2007 gear, - those don't have ti bolts - yours have --> 2006 model
your ergo are 2006 also - no QS wrriten on them


Ti bolts? Don't remember if I mentioned ti-bolts and my left ergoshifter ofcourse says QS ;-)

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Mads Kock wrote:
Erez_Pinarello wrote:
Campagnolo Record 2007 gear, - those don't have ti bolts - yours have --> 2006 model
your ergo are 2006 also - no QS wrriten on them


Ti bolts? Don't remember if I mentioned ti-bolts and my left ergoshifter ofcourse says QS ;-)


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Mads, the bike looks great in my opinion and is another good example of how a none conforming Pinarello can look.

Its just my own preference, but I like to balance the colour of the rear end on the front so perhaps would have gone for black saddle and bar tape but thats me just being picky.

Good Job Mads, with brownie points for your perseverance with the SRM :thumbup:

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Now I'm happy - approvel from mr. Pinarello ubergeiler himself :-)

Are you sure about the black seat and bar tape? makes the bike look a little boring, I think?!

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Are you sure about the black seat and bar tape? makes the bike look a little boring, I think?!


Understated class I'd say.

You need some work with photoshop :wink:

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You need some work with photoshop :wink:


I KNOW :lol:

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I never get to ask..... But how do you think your Paris performs compared to your old Zemper...?

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I never get to ask..... But how do you think your Paris performs compared to your old Zemper...?


I haven't tried the pinarello that much but so far it feels more stabil - very comfortable! The Zemper with compact frame feels more lively - I have always ridden compact frame and the pinarello is my first frame with standard geometry so it feels different!

A little update as I will soon send my SRM cranks for a service check-up!

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A little update as I will soon send my SRM cranks for a service check-up!

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Thanks!

Nice pick! I'm sure SRM is the best trainingsystem! BUT: I can not make me say it is beautyful, whether it is original SRM, DA or FSA!

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yeah - lookwise it looks much better without the SRM! More simple - more cool :-) got the idea from you with Dura Ace crankarms and black chainrings hehe!

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