Indy Fab naked Ti Factory Lightweight

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Roobay
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by Roobay

seriously fricking hot :thumbup:
been looking at these seriously lately
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Echo
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by Echo

Absolutely nothing short of spectacular! Indy Fab's level of craftsmanship is wonderful! Combined with your parts group and wheel set, the build is really beautiful. Well done!

ronderman
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by ronderman

color me jealous - I swear I will get an IF ti at some point.

jsinclair
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by jsinclair

Absolutely beautiful!

Anybody else think that the old SRAM force group is really pretty because it's not covered it crappy graphics that sram favor now?

justkeepedaling
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by justkeepedaling

Beautiful! I think the seatclamp looks a bit bulky and out of place. That and the spacers, i guess. The workmanship is clear to see, however. Awesome build

limba
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by limba

Did you post your Rapha cross bike on this forum?

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redhed18
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by redhed18

Awesome bike, holy hell! :thumbup:

Just a word about those DT RWS (rachet-wheel system) skewers...
They are ok until the plastic ratchet mech starts to go,
then toss them.

If you don't, one day it'll strip entirely and you'll be standing at the side of the road unable to get your wheel off...
:doh:

goyoyl
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by goyoyl

Thanks for the compliments guys!!

Much appreciated!!
Groovy Cycleworks 650B SS | Ibis Bow Ti | Ibis Steel Mojo | Ibis Mojo HDR | Indy Fab Ti Factory Lightweight | Indy Fab SSR | Parlee Z5 | Pegoretti Marcelo | Sycip Disc Cross Dresser | Sycip Diesel | Sycip 26+

goyoyl
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by goyoyl

limba wrote:Did you post your Rapha cross bike on this forum?


Not yet.. Will post pictures tomorrow.

Just did something cool with it today.
Groovy Cycleworks 650B SS | Ibis Bow Ti | Ibis Steel Mojo | Ibis Mojo HDR | Indy Fab Ti Factory Lightweight | Indy Fab SSR | Parlee Z5 | Pegoretti Marcelo | Sycip Disc Cross Dresser | Sycip Diesel | Sycip 26+

goyoyl
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by goyoyl

redhed18 wrote:Awesome bike, holy hell! :thumbup:

Just a word about those DT RWS (rachet-wheel system) skewers...
They are ok until the plastic ratchet mech starts to go,
then toss them.

If you don't, one day it'll strip entirely and you'll be standing at the side of the road unable to get your wheel off...
:doh:


Thanks!! Never realized that could happen.. Dang, now have to switch skewers.. Appreciate the advise. :)
Groovy Cycleworks 650B SS | Ibis Bow Ti | Ibis Steel Mojo | Ibis Mojo HDR | Indy Fab Ti Factory Lightweight | Indy Fab SSR | Parlee Z5 | Pegoretti Marcelo | Sycip Disc Cross Dresser | Sycip Diesel | Sycip 26+

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masters324
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by masters324

looks great!! minus the spacers... From the looks of it is you chain one link to long?

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Yes, nicely presented. Great photos. Re the skewers, I have a few sets of those skewers and while they look good and I've never stripped one, they kind of defeat the purpose of the whole "quick release" mechanism on most other skewers. Wouldn't get them again for that reason alone. Might as well go back to the old "wingnut" style if you have to turn them rather than just flip them open and drop the wheel out.

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

:wink: My favorite kind of ti porn! Well done. A build list please.
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boots2000
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by boots2000

What does the frame weigh?

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by BeeBee30

Gorgeous bike, I seriously want a Ti rig now 8) I think a deep carbon fibre conical spacer would suit the build better at the current stem height and the Enve stem just doesn't look quite right, I'm thinking a Thomson X2 would look right at home :?:
Ti or dye!

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