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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2007 5:29 pm 
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@DeiviX: Looks great!

@Casran: The P3c? Looking forward to the pics.


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@Casran: The P3c? Looking forward to the pics.



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I just order my SLC-SL and dumped the Tarmac Sl off. Right now my build is consisting of:

2007 Soloist Carbon SL frame and fork 58cm
Campy Record grouppe
Fulcrum Racing 1
Team Toupe saddle
Deda Newton stem
Keo Carbon

I'm still deciding on the bars. Any suggestions? Also, should I keep the Newtons OR go for the Ritchey WCS 4 axis/fsa os115? My stem will be a 130mm. I'm going for a shallow drop/ flat integrated bar. input please!


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I just order my SLC-SL and dumped the Tarmac Sl off. Right now my build is consisting of:

2007 Soloist Carbon SL frame and fork 58cm
Campy Record grouppe
Fulcrum Racing 1
Team Toupe saddle
Deda Newton stem
Keo Carbon

I'm still deciding on the bars. Any suggestions? Also, should I keep the Newtons OR go for the Ritchey WCS 4 axis/fsa os115? My stem will be a 130mm. I'm going for a shallow drop/ flat integrated bar. input please!


sounds like a nice build, as for the bars I would go with Ritchey WCS 4-axis stem, with WCS alu classic bars

or: Deda newton stem, with deda classic shallow bar.

by flat integrated bar, does that mean a flat top for climbing?

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I use a Syntace on my SLC-SL.


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I did got my Cervelo R3 frame yesterday in size 54 with the Wolf C SL fork. The Fsa seatpost looks nice in it but is sooooooooooooooooo heavy. I will have to get a shim and use mijn 27.2 Ritchey WCS carbon
Other components; Sram force compact with chorus chaine and cassette, Ritchey wcs alu, SLR seat, Speedplay csc replica, Nokon. Because I'm a bit on a budget here I'll take the Neutron Ultra wheels. They look nice, classy and aren't to heavy.


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My first Cervélo, built yesterday night... some changes will follow (bar tap colour, chainrings, maybe the saddle). Weight with disc and Z8 front wheel is 7.8kg.

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CASRAN, Ihope that you are good friends with the local police, as you be breaking a few speeding limits on that machine! :oops: Looks great!!!

Update the topic when you have some pics of the "finished" product (bartape, rings, etc...).

Thanks for sharing yet another great looking Cervelo! :thumbup:


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Great bike Casran, curious what's next


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i have one of those, it goes on its own just have to steer it.


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That P3 sure looks fast.... also looks like white bar tape would blend well with the frame accents... just my opinion... fantastic looking bike and love the Zipps...


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nice build Casran,

may I suggest to anyone who has a TT bike that sand paper works great as bar tape on the shifting extensions.

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I have a Cervélo R3 with the Wolf C SL fork, Ritchey WCS stuff, a Sram Force group and Dt-Swiss white mon chasseral wheels.
Looks great, but would still like to have high rim wheels.
Photo's soon.


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Here's my R2.5. I just finished a few upgrades and still haven't made the needed adjustments. finished like 10 minutes ago.
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so her she is...


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