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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 11:10 am 
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**Updated specs & Photos with different wheelset and older Groupset options**

My S-WORKS Tarmac with the new etap installation including some older pics with previous Dura Ace 9000 setup

Frame : Specialized S-WORKS Tarmac 54cm Satin/Gloss Carbon Clean
Headset : Ceramic speed bearings with FSA extender (carbon cap)
Stem : Ritchey C260 Carbon
Handlebars : 3T Ergonova Team Stealth
Bartape : Zipp superlite microfiber
Seatpost : 3T Zero Team offset
Saddle : San Marco Aspide carbon FX
Wheelset : Fast Forward F4R / Ritchey APEX II / Vision T42
Skewers : Fouriers QR DX series
Crank set : Sram Red eTap 11s
Bottom Bracket : Ceramic Speed
Pedals : Garmin Vector 2 - Power meter
Chain : Sram Red
Cassette : Sram Red 1190
Front Derailleur : Sram Red Etap
Rear Derailleur : Sram Red Etap
Shifters : Sram Red Etap
Cables : Dura Ace 9000 Polymer coating
Brakes : Fouriers CNC BR series / Sram Red
Bottle Cages : Elite Time Trial
Computer : Garmin Edge 1000 and remote control

Weight using lightest setup options without Garmin is 6.260gr (FFWD tubular, carbon saddle, Fouriers brakes)
Weight in the pics bellow (Ritchey wheels) with Sram Brakeset and San Marco saddle is 6.790gr

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 11:58 am 
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Super Niiiice bike.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 12:20 pm 
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Perfect!

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 12:47 pm 
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Terrific bike and final weight. Only, you train on carbon?

And massive white decals on the wheels, not quite the definition of 'stealth' ;)

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 1:12 pm 
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Tinea Pedis wrote:
Terrific bike and final weight. Only, you train on carbon?

And massive white decals on the wheels, not quite the definition of 'stealth' ;)


Τhanks! I train with a heavy clincher wheelset....for the decals I agree with you I had these wheels from my previous bike - stickers are coated and cannot be removed! Here is an other pic with training wheels which seems to be more "stealth"

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 3:49 pm 
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Ok, that's nice.


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gmakris wrote:
Tinea Pedis wrote:
Terrific bike and final weight. Only, you train on carbon?

And massive white decals on the wheels, not quite the definition of 'stealth' ;)


Τhanks! I train with a heavy clincher wheelset....for the decals I agree with you I had these wheels from my previous bike - stickers are coated and cannot be removed! Here is an other pic with training wheels which seems to be more "stealth"

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Fap fap! :)


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 4:29 pm 
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Nice looking bike :)
May I have question about the crankset? Have you ever compared the DuraAce with S-Works crankset? The stiffness, power transformation, or feel in general?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 5:07 pm 
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no need to quote above

My previous experience were Ultregra, FSA K-Force Light and FSA Team Issue cranks - the DA 9000 works way better in shifting (its curved teeth helps when chain is in angle), it has less flex in hard efforts and it gives me the idea it is rotating easier. If you find some reviews DA 7900 & 9000 are always tops in all of these.

Weight also for standard 53/39 - 172,5mm is very good since I weight it 637gr... :-)


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 5:11 pm 
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The stiffness and feel of a Dura Ace crank would be the last thing I'd be concerned about.

Fantastic build and frameset! Super jealous


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Very nice bike! Have your cranks started to make noise yet? They tend to creak at the junction of the spacer and ceramic bearings.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 7:05 pm 
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no need to quote above


Thank you. No I did not notice anything till today. I have more than 2000 miles on it.
These noise issues are caused by the caps you add left/right side in order to convert it compatible with shimano cranks? Or is a bearing issue?


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For the price I would be upset if it creaked at any time.

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Very nice!
I've been waiting on an SW -0offset- Pave' post for my bike for over a month! grrr..

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Very Nice SL5 :thumbup:


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