Finally - my Pinarello :-D

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Mads Kock
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by Mads Kock

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
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Jake B
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by Jake B

Wow, that looks really great! A little off topic, but how old is your SRM? The montior looks thicker than the SRMs I have seen?

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by Skillgannon

Heey Mads - bloody oath :D

You may say its nothing compared to LJ's, but, still, 300g off the UCI limit without any serious weenism is impressive (damn short people) (ok, looking at the list, there are a few weenie parts, but still)

How does it ride though? Do you like it?

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Thanks :-)

I actually don't know the age of the srm because I got it from one of my friends but it's probably not new!

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Just finished the bike tonight (it's almost 2 o'clock in the night here in Denmark) so I haven't had a chance to ride it yet! Spend MANY hours trying to get the SRM cranks to work so it took a little longer than expected - hopefully I will get a chance to ride it soon!

I could easily drop 300 grams changing to a lighter wheelset but those campagnolo wheelset are just so smooth! I can spin them - write here, watch a little tv, check if any has responed to this topic and it's still spinning.... almost :lol:

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Beautiful build, Mads, congrats on a great bike!
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Jake - that thicker headbrick is the older version of the Powercontroller or whatever its called, the IV or the III possibly?

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by VeloScaper

nice bike :thumbup: I like that you went with the silver Eurus it highlights the silver SRM crank arms.

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Skillgannon wrote:Jake - that thicker headbrick is the older version of the Powercontroller or whatever its called, the IV or the III possibly?


Ok-thanks Skillgannon :D

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by toko

Nice build Mads,congrats! :thumbup:
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Sweet ride Mads! Great build. I'd like to add another Pinarello to my household but my wife threatened divorce if I did. :oops:

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by Balenaar

Nice bike, congrats !!!
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by Boonen

Very nice Mads, I think it looks great! Hope you get that srm working soon, did you think about placing a little piece of bent aluminium under the bb that will hold the power sensor in place close to the crank?

Have a nice ride!

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Very nice ride! :D

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by Tillquist

Nice bike but, take off those Campagnolo Eurus wheels and put on your Zipp 404... Thats well look most better :P
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