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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2007 9:14 pm 
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would you please adjust the zipp decals on the front and rear wheel that they have exactly the same position?!
like it is on the picture it does not match the bike's perfectionism :smartass:


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Very nice bike! Probably the best looking Trek on the planet. Only thing I would do is get a custom Fibre-Lyte big ring that filled the gaps between the crank spider.


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Like i said before !
That is the nicest TT-racer i've ever seen.
With the flaming Projekt One paint!

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Kuada_Dan; I understand the reason for your post in Danish, but please post in English as others may also be interested in the question/answer and with the exception of some selected members I suspect most of WWs speak better English than Danish 8)


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nice bike by the way.

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3 new picture on the top of page 1

New Upgrade.

Crankset: DA 'black' 177.5
BB box: DA
Chainrings: Fiber-lyte full aero 54t and 45t

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how's it perform? vic vic victorious?

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I was wondering what kind of cranks those were, at first i thought they were claviculas but they weren't carbon

very nice

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I was wondering what kind of cranks those were, at first i thought they were claviculas but they weren't carbon

very nice


It's a Dura Ace 7800 Black painted..... 177.5mm

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cruel!!!!
don't you have problems with water getting into the frame where the cables go into it behind the headset?i suppose the bike gets ridden in rain 8)


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Shocking build. The cranks were the only thing a bit out of place IMO, now it's really perfect. I can't stop myself opening this thread to see pics of this bike!

It's official, somewhere in the world black DA cranks exist! :D (ok they are not anodised, but looks awesome)


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cruel!!!!
don't you have problems with water getting into the frame where the cables go into it behind the headset?i suppose the bike gets ridden in rain 8)


No, not a all.

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Wow! That is one amazing looking Trek! While I have no experience or knowledge of TT bars, your bar and control setup looks gorgeous, as do the chainrings, cassette, and the frame paint job!!!!


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Just got a new computer today there match my bike, a Sigma 1106 Team :P

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Nice new touch to your build! What about getting a carbon top cap for your stem to macth your beautiful walser bar?

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