Enigma Elite 6.6kg UPDATE

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RichTheRoadie
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by RichTheRoadie

Done! :D

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Rich-Ti wrote:Done! :D

Thanks! :D

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by deltasierra

Beautiful. Can a Ritchey post be clamped that "high"?

Don't desticker the Enves; you've established your credibility with those awesome box sections. Stickers are so pro. Destickered is so interwebforums. And Sky.

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Yes it can if you have longer seatpost. Mark (builder of my frame) said that this frame requires 100mm for the minimum insert length, so I cutted my seatpost about 140mm.

deltasierra wrote:Don't desticker the Enves; you've established your credibility with those awesome box sections. Stickers are so pro. Destickered is so interwebforums. And Sky.

You mean I shouldn't remove these decals because I have box section wheels? Sorry for my poor English :(

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by emike

You have a nice bike! :thumbup:

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I changed the crankset to Sram red black with CT2.
Little heavy but looks great. In this case I prefer Helion2 to Red.
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RichTheRoadie
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by RichTheRoadie

Looks MUCH better with the Red on it.

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by dcj9

agree with rich-ti.


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fa63
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by fa63

Not a huge fan of the CT2 rings on Red cranks aesthetics-wise, but I think it still looks much better than the Helion.

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by schmiken

Going against the flow here, but preferred the Helion and Q rings. Super hot bike by the way, regardless!

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by darkside80

Great looking bike.

Did you consider the xcr before going for the elite?

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by zipp404yuki

Thanks guys,
I'm considering whether remove decals.

darkside80 wrote:Did you consider the xcr before going for the elite?



Yes, but Mark said he can't extend seatpost, so I went to Spirit.
You can mix both tubes, so I suggest to use XCr for BB.

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by pierre-san

Why did you change the headset to what looks like a Chris King Sotto? Was The bobo no good? Love the bike either way, was merely interested. Cheers, Pete

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pierre-san wrote:Why did you change the headset to what looks like a Chris King Sotto? Was The bobo no good? Love the bike either way, was merely interested. Cheers, Pete


Tune Bobo is good headset, there was no problem. However, most of parts are American parts (e.g, Sram, Chris King, Ciamillo etc), then I thought Chris King would fit to this bike.

Moreover, I need more stack height because of my position. Chris King has one of highest profile. :D

Hope it helps.

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