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PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2006 12:05 pm 
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Upgraded to Record '07 after 3 good years with this awesome frame. Sorry for low quality pic as taken by my phone.

Merry Christmas to every WW!

Keep the wheels turning. :D


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what did you upgrade from and how does it feel??
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currieinahurry wrote:
what did you upgrade from and how does it feel??
tikka


I was using '05 Record mix with Dura Ace Hollowtech 2 crankset which I transfered to my Look 585.

The groupo is great! A significant improvement would be the new Ultra Torque system which is stiffer and the QS shifting on the FD. :)


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you can still trim the front tho cant you?? cos i know you cant on centaur 07 and lower now.
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currieinahurry wrote:
you can still trim the front tho cant you?? cos i know you cant on centaur 07 and lower now.
tikka


Yes, you can. :)


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good thats what i thought. wil be going on my best bike in jan feb time. :D
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Nice to see those amber side wall Tubs 8)

What are they and where did you get them?

Merry Christmas to you all...

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Mr. Mer wrote:
Nice to see those amber side wall Tubs 8)

What are they and where did you get them?

Merry Christmas to you all...

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Those are Vittoria Corsa CX tubs, NOS. :)

Merry Christmas!


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I agree. I am using 2001 Veloce on one bike and 2007 Record on the other. The QS is far faster for the front shift. Otherwise the the function is the same between the two in terms of the levers.

The Ultra Torque cranks stiffness reminds me of when I switched from some old LX cranks to Hollowtech II XT. The stiffness is really noticable and the q factor is still low. They really are great.

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How about giving that house a wash?


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Villadsen wrote:
How about giving that house a wash?


Errr...it's a back door of an old shophouse with no vacant. :wink:

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very beautiful machine. the record group really dresses up a classy frame like that.

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Can I use the new QS levers with a pre-QS front der.? Will it work ie shift faster, or shift "slow"?


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very beautiful machine. the record group really dresses up a classy frame like that.


Thanks for the compliment. Merry Christmas!

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Can I use the new QS levers with a pre-QS front der.? Will it work ie shift faster, or shift "slow"?


There's a slight changes in the design of the QS FD. It has a slightly longer and fatter arm where the shifter cable is tightened. I guess this contributes to a faster shifting versus the older version.

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