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PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 6:26 am 
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@KopiC, your Master looks great!!!

Only thing that I dont like is Easton fork .... sorry :oops:

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 8:33 am 
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majklnajt wrote:
@KopiC, your Master looks great!!!

Only thing that I dont like is Easton fork .... sorry :oops:


Thanks. Heh heh, yeah i know. :wink: I've been thoroughly spoilt riding carbon forks. Am keeping a peep for used 1" force or star forks. Thankfully I kept the original precisa chrome fork.

Your C50 must be a great ride. The closest I came was test riding a C40 which I loved but couldn't afford way back then. My affair with Colnago started with a 2nd hand Tecnos which I rode for 2 years. Then I had an Ovalmaster, and I simply loved the ride but the worst thing that happened to it was the paint flaked, yeah flaked off in 4 places after 1.5 years of riding, it wasn't even paint chips. It broke my heart seeing it that way. Had it repainted and sold. Moved to another brand but kept dreaming of riding Colnagos...


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KopiC wrote:
Here's my build.


This is a great frame so...
You MUST change this fork. You can find a colnago precisa steel or carbon (whatever you want). Totalcycling sells both.
http://www.totalcycling.com/index.php/p ... lstar.html
Colnago Star is expensive but you can always sell your... Dura-Ace... :)

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 10:05 am 
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http://slike.zrinski-triatlon.hr//files/1/desktop.JPG

This is mine C50 thats going to Cambiago soon because of woobling problems.

p.s. this is 58s with stem 120mm but i'm thinking to take 60 regular. i'm 189cm and inseam 94cm....what do you guys think?


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 10:12 am 
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@KopiC, I`d go with Precisa steel fork.
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I really hope so, and yes i think so to, 56 fits me better. Even though i think that a 54 looks better, but then again yours look perfect, and thats a 58 right?

Mine is 57, with Deda Newton 130 mm stem. Actually, I think 56 would be perfect for me, with 140 mm stem.
What bothers me a litlle with "57" is the seatpost .... see what I mean?! :D But then again, I like bigger frames :D
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Yes thats a shame about the Colnago logo vanishing down the frame, but its only a very little problem i think, you can always get another seatpost with other kinds of logos and maybe even lighter?? There are so many posts out there, im thinking maybe a Campagnolo record would look great. How tall are you anyway?


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mali wrote:
http://slike.zrinski-triatlon.hr//files/1/desktop.JPG

This is mine C50 thats going to Cambiago soon because of woobling problems.

p.s. this is 58s with stem 120mm but i'm thinking to take 60 regular. i'm 189cm and inseam 94cm....what do you guys think?


Wobbling problems? is it definitely the frame then? Very interesting to hear the outcome of this .....


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Rumsas wrote:
Yes thats a shame about the Colnago logo vanishing down the frame, but its only a very little problem i think, you can always get another seatpost with other kinds of logos and maybe even lighter?? There are so many posts out there, im thinking maybe a Campagnolo record would look great. How tall are you anyway?

Thanks Rumsas, but I`ll stick with the Colnago seatpost. Record post looks great, but Colnago is Colnago ;)Maybe, just maybe ... I`ll remove the decal ... :D
I am 176 cm tall.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 9:22 pm 
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I understand, i was also very happy with my Colnago post. They are the shit :D


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[quote="giant man"][b][quote="mali"]http://slike.zrinski-triatlon.hr//files/1/desktop.JPG

This is mine C50 thats going to Cambiago soon because of woobling problems.

p.s. this is 58s with stem 120mm but i'm thinking to take 60 regular. i'm 189cm and inseam 94cm....what do you guys think?[/quote]
[/b][i]
Wobbling problems? is it definitely the frame then? Very interesting to hear the outcome of this .....[/i][/quote]


I tried diferent wheels (bora g3, corima aero, zonda, novatec w285, novatec w1, novatec str.....) 3 headsets (chris king, fsa, campagnolo record), 2 diferent stems, 2 colnago forks, aerobars on-off....what else would you like me to try????


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majklnajt wrote:
I am 176 cm tall.


yeah but what is your bb to saddle height?

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75 cm.

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Shamus wrote:
My wifes...
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My new one...
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My classic...
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the second one looks very harmonic in his forms..

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majklnajt wrote:
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My Colnago Master Bititan (before some changes)

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Found this in Titanium gallery :D

I Like it!!


very nice one the green, no fancy spacertower!

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majklnajt wrote:
@KopiC, your Master looks great!!!

Only thing that I dont like is Easton fork .... sorry :oops:


well, another bulky design with that carbon fork.

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