Litespeed Siena

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kubad
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by kubad

Bar Tape: Stella Azzurra + Carbon Bar plugs
Bottle cages: Tune
Brakes Zero Gravity OG Ti
Cables Shift: Nokon
Cables Brake: Nokon
Cassette: 11/23
Cranks Set: Easton EC90 175mm
Chain Rings: Sram RED 53/39
Chain: KMC X10 SL
Chainring bolts Alu:
DF: Campagnolo Record + Fibre Lyte
DR: Campagnolo Super Record
Frame: Litespeed Siena M/L 56cm
Fork: Edge 2,0
Headset: Chris King
Headset spacers: Carbon 10mm
Handle Bars: New Ultimate
Pedals: Speedplay Zero
Saddle: Tune SpeedNeedle
Seat Post: Titanium 31,6mm
Star nut: Edge
Stem: New Ultimate 110mm
Seat Collar: Omniracer Titanium
Shifters: Campagnolo Super Record
Skewers: POP
Tires: Michelin Pro3 race
Wheels:
SpinergyXaero Lite

Total 6,7kg/14,7lb

Complet but not tuned :D





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kac
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by kac

Nice looking bike and interesting combination of drivetrain components. How does it perform?

KAC

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

Looks great! What brand is the seat post & haven't Easton cranks been recalled?


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nifrodne
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by nifrodne

I still use my easton crank +15.000km.
Perfect crank, stiff, light, nice looking....


Nice bike by the way :wink:

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schmiken
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by schmiken

Lovely looking bike except for the crank. Just doesn't fit on a slim tubed frame like that.

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kubad
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new fotos :D

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Krull
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by Krull

just beautiful.
only the crankset does not fit (btw: 175 mm is quiet long, regarding the framesize, which indicates, that you are not such tall. you prefer long cranks?)
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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by Juanmoretime

Missed this one before. Very nice build and everything does look great. :thumbup: Nice job refinishing the cranks. I need to remove the clear coat on my VumaQuads and redo them.
RESIDENT GRUMPY OLD MAN.

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fa63
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by fa63

Krull wrote:just beautiful.
only the crankset does not fit


+1

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Anders
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by Anders

Though I also have the NU carbon bar and like it for its shape, why did you replace the Syntace for it?

I don't understand the stem change though. Why change that nice and unique Rotor for that rebadged Taiwan stem? If it was the red front, you could have exchanged that for the black option.

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kubad
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Syntace are cracket - repaired - get to my CX bike,
Rotor is old S1 version with max 3Nm - hold not enough, i plan swap to Thomson X2 - same setup as my MTB Merlin

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kubad
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Krull wrote:just beautiful.
only the crankset does not fit (btw: 175 mm is quiet long, regarding the framesize, which indicates, that you are not such tall. you prefer long cranks?)


I use this crank :D on my bikes
Fixii - 170mm
CX - 172,5mm
Road - 175mm
MTB -26" HT 175mm
MTB - 26" AM Full - 175mm
MTB -29" HT 180mm

175mm on Road its for me ideal (183cm)

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Anders
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by Anders

Ok makes more sense. Funny, I just changed my Thomson X2 on my road bike for the Rotor S3X. I can recommend that one or sell you my Thomson :) Take a look how the S3X looks with the NU bar: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=92456

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kubad
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by kubad

If is Thomson X2 100mm them pls PM :D

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Anders
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kubad wrote:If is Thomson X2 100mm them pls PM :D


Sorry it's 120mm 10 degrees

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