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milehighcyclist
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by milehighcyclist

love that evo the zipps look killer on it

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sk1324
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by sk1324

milehighcyclist wrote:love that evo the zipps look killer on it



Thanks! I finally saw a good deal on them, and couldn't deny myself the pleasure.

5DII
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by 5DII

2014, 58cm

Image.

anhk
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by anhk

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I like magura's brake feeling.
But maintainability is not good.
I would like to use SRAM's hydraulic rim brake.

lone wheeler
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by lone wheeler

I need some help please. I finally managed to source myself a 2014 CAAD10 frame and forks and always ride Campagnolo. I'm just about to pull the trigger on a new 11sp Record Groupset but fancy installing a Rotor Chainset for a change. The frame is a BB30, which BB cups etc will I need?

lippythelion
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by lippythelion

^Rotor do a BB30 bottom bracket according to their website.

lone wheeler
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by lone wheeler

Thank you, I had a look but it's as clear as mud to me which one I require.

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grid256
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by grid256

It's true, the Rotor site isn't helping anything. You don't need a special bb as the standard bb30 bearings in the frame will work, but you will need the spacers from Rotor. My 3D+ cranks came with them but it seems you can get them here to:
http://www.cart32hostingred.com/cgi-bin ... =260194260

Keep in mind you'll have one of those spacers on both sides eliminating that nice clean look of a bb30 only chainset. My 2¢.

lone wheeler
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by lone wheeler

^ Perfect, thank you. The frame has already got bearings inside the BB from when the shop removed the chain set that was already on there. I purchased the bike built up and stripped it of the Shimano 105 parts and FSA chain set ready for my Campagnolo stuff to go on to.

Would it look a bit cr@p with the spacers on? If it does then I may stick with a Campag Record chain set with the BB30 cups.

lippythelion
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by lippythelion

^How about a Hollowgram crankset? I've got Campag on my 'dale with Hollowgram SiSl cranks & it's the bizzo.

lone wheeler
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by lone wheeler

I've just been looking online at those, the new ones look the nuts but wow are they expensive. The price isn't that much of an issue but considering the price of the Rotor on offer @ $250 then it does look ultra expensive. I can see my budget being blown apart in front of my eyes! I do think that the spider ring chain set looks amazing though. Would the rings work with 11sp KMC chain?

lippythelion
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by lippythelion

^My older Mk5 rings work perfectly with an 11 speed Campag chain so I can't see why not with the KMC.

lone wheeler
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by lone wheeler

Budget well and truly out the window! SiSL2 ordered :shock:

TheDoc
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by TheDoc

I've been running KMC x11sl chains with my spidering and it works great

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lippythelion
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by lippythelion

lone wheeler wrote:Budget well and truly out the window! SiSL2 ordered :shock:

Very cool :thumbup:

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