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PostPosted: Sun Oct 12, 2008 5:07 pm 
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finally got the SR to complete the build. more upgrades to come. specs and plans below.

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Frame: 2008 Pinarello F4:13
Fork: Pinarello ONDA
Crankset: FSA Carbon Team Issue 53/39
BB: Token TI ceramic
Handelbar: Zipp SL
Stem: FSA OS-99
Headset: Pinarello
Top Cap: Pinarello
Seatpost: New Ultimate Carbon
Brakes caliper: KCNC CB1
Ergo levels: Campagnolo Super Record 11sp
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 11sp
Rear derailleur : Campagnolo Super Record 11sp
Pedal: Speedplay Zero Cro-mo
Chain: Campagnolo Super Record 11sp
Cassette: Campagnolo Super Record 11sp (11-25)
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Carbonio Kit
Wire: Campagnolo
Cable housing: Campagnolo
Wheel: Xero XR-1
Tires: Schwalbe Ultremo R
tubes: Bontrager XXX Lite
tape: Cinelli cork

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Weight as pictured: 6780 gram

planned upgrades:
Vuma Quad crank
Onmi Racer seatpost clamp
wheels (haven't decided yet, must be tubulars)
nokon & powercordz


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Looks awesome!!!!!!!!!:shock: :shock:

Stem is the only spoiler here. But that is fitting issue.

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stem is a carry-over from my previous Pino its an 80.

i picked the OS-99 because of the weight, its 102 gr confirmed.

i will go for a pro fitting in a couple of weeks and may change the stem and chop the steer tube.


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Nice build.Only thing is I think the ergo's should be mounted a little higher on the bar. And I would change the crankset also.

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Great components just personaly feel a size down in frame may of been a good idea, just my thought. Maybe should of done a pro fit before splashing the cash.


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Are the SR ergopower smaller than the Record? It looks less chunky than the levers that are used by Ballan-Devolder-Boonen :idea:


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lone wheeler wrote:
Great components just personaly feel a size down in frame may of been a good idea, just my thought. Maybe should of done a pro fit before splashing the cash.


Exactly what I was thinking too. Awesome bike, but it really looks like your shop sold you one size larger than you need, based on your saddle height, saddle for-aft, and stem length...


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 13, 2008 12:52 am 
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I don't think so. It looks like a 53cm. It's common for smaller riders to run 90-100mm stems... and the seatpost extension is still within range (it's a bit deceptive though because the seatpost clamps are located towards the middle of the post extension)

Anyway, two or three things come to mind whenever someone comments about fit.

Who says this is the final setup :?:
Who has the right to comment on setup of others' bikes :?: Its a personal choice.
Why should people have to come and defend their own preferences :?:

Maybe WideAMG (like me) is inbetween sizes. Maybe he prefers to go bigger with the frame than smaller. Maybe he doesn't like the look of a smaller [sloping] frame. Maybe he doesn't like the toe overlap and would rather mount a shorter stem ... maybe it fits :idea:

No doubt when I show my 55cm Pinarello F3:13, people will think it's a size too small. But it's either that, or the 57cm, which would have definitely been too big. :roll:



EDIT: Oh, I almost forgot to say... it's a beautiful bike. The record levers look gorgeous... I'm wondering whether it will be possible to order replacement SR levers and whack them in centaur! :twisted:

I'm not a big fan of red by any means, but I think you've complemented everything well without going overboard...

DOUBLE EDIT: The most important question for me: how does it ride?

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Maybe try a saddle with longer rails like an Arione so you can sit further forward with a slightly longer stem.

Nice photos, very sharp :D


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nah...still too big :lol:


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lone wheeler wrote:
nah...still too big :lol:


Does this thought somehow make you feel better? :lol:

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loads better thanks 8) :lol:


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took it for its maiden flight this morning. feels really smooth, quick and quiet.

shifting is a breeze. frame is stiff.

the stem is about 3 inches below the saddle height so im fine with the frame size. it is indeed a 53. the next size down is a 51 which is too small.
alot of people are used to the sloping top tube look which i detest, makes a road bike look like a mountain bike and exagerates the seatpost height. after my first ride i have raised the saddle. the spacer under the stem will probably go as well.

the saddle fore/aft was simply set between the max marks. there is not alot of adjustability available. it will be moved back.

thanks for the comments guys.

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Nice signature. Can you post some pics of your collection?

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