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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 4:23 pm 
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My SLC-SL in the rebuild. 6.15 Kg in total.

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 Post subject: Soloist Team
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 1:55 am 
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Here is my Soloist Team

Campag Chorus
Zipp 202
FSA WingPro alloy (carbon soon)
FSA OS-150
Speedplay Zero Ti
Fizik Arione


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:53 pm 
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Arnoud wrote:
My SLC-SL in the rebuild. 6.15 Kg in total.

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Very NICE: could you upload a much bigger pic?

mr.thi03


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Here is my. 2006 Soloist Team.

Standard build kit from Cervelo.

Upgrades:
2006 Zero gravity SS brakes
Look Keo sprint pedals
Reynolds DV46C rims + sapim spokes + tune hubs
Dura-Ace ST7801 brake-shifters
Dura-Ace 12-25T cassette
Tacx Tao bottle cages
Selle Italia SLR Gel Flow
Kool Stop Campy 2000 carbon fibre brake pads
Garmin Edge 305.

Weight without computer is 17.1 lbs


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Bigger picture?[/img]


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 Post subject: SLC-SL
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 4:59 am 
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Here is mine. Dirty bar tape but that is what you get when you ride it everyday I guess.

http://www.thecyclistgarage.com/bike/cervelo/slc.jpg


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there's dirty and there's... uhm... dunno what to call this...
rather put some black bartape on this, you do have a black saddle, so it would actually look better also!
Nice bike!


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Sweet build!

I agree though this would look better with black bar tape to complete the stealth look.

what pedals are those? old looks? :?


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maybe record pedals?

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 Post subject: SLC-SL
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 2:06 pm 
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Yeah I might have to put on black bar tape. No matter how much you clean the bike the white bar tape always get dirty and riding it to work and at lunch each day means you get the bar tape dirty really quick. I will try out the black bar tape on the next round.

Yes they are the old LOOK's. I have been wanting to make the jump to Speedplay for some time but just havent had the time to get down to the bike shop to get new ones. The bike shop always gives me a hard time about my 'old school' pedals. Oh well. This frame is the best riding frame I have ever had. Highly recommended.


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ridley86 wrote:
maybe record pedals?


I agree ;)

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 Post subject: My soloist carbon
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 4:10 pm 
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I got her right at the end of July, and it has been such an awesome change of pace!
SOLOIST CARBON 51
RECORD UT BOTTOM BRACKET CUP SET
CHORUS ULTRA NARROW CHAIN
CHORUS UT CARBON CRANKSET
CHORUS QS FRONT DERAILLEUR
CINELLI GEL CORK HANDLE BAR TAPE
OVAL CONCEPTS R700 STEM
OVAL CONCEPTS R700 ALLOY DROP BAR
CHORUS QS ERGOPOWER LEVERS
ZERO TITANIUM ROAD PEDALS
CHORUS-10 DOUBLE REAR DERAILLEUR
ARUNDEL SIDELOADER CARBON FIBER BOTTLE
KSYRIUM EQUIPE (training wheels for now)
GRAND PRIX 4000 CLINCHER
TUNE ALLOY SKEWERS (the mavic ones didn't work in my trainer)

JP

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Arnoud wrote:

Bigger picture?


That is a really nice build. The best of all worlds- UT cranks are light and stiff, force shifters are so comfortable in the hands, white SLR and white bar tape with level bars. Super sweet wheels without the decals. Great tires fi you pump them up everyday. Nice job!


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Arnoud wrote:

Could you tell us how the campy front Derailluer with SRAM shifters performs without the trim function?


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2007 6:13 am 
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The Campy on the front works just fine without the trim function. I can shift easaly 9 of the 10 in the back. So no issues there. No trim makes shifting upfront even faster (at least it looks like that). I understand the RED may get the trim function and may be a reason to change.

Campy cranks are really very good. Feel stiff, which again may be a reason why they work well with the front derr. No wobbeling in the front.

Bars are Syntace Carbon.

Tires came with the wheels and indeed need some (a lot of) air every single day I ride. The combination of the red brakepads is a terrible combination for the ears. Makes a lot of noice (howling), but makes you stop very easy. Will have to change to other pads soon, to avoid that my fellow triders know to well when I am on the brakes.

Super bike to ride!


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