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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 3:07 pm 
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Tinea Pedis wrote:
Permon wrote:
I do like S3 design very much. It looks to be more stable / stiffer than S5 :thumbup:
Maybe, more Garmin riders will be riding S series next year.....S3 not S5 :wink:

You're able to determine all that from a few pictures?

Incredible.


Funny how a mod tries to call out a forum member, only for said forum mod to be proven to be wrong (the poster was right) and no statement by said mod to admit they were wrong and say they are sorry. Incredible...



On another note, does anyone have ride experience on the 2014 R3 and the 2014 S3? One of those two will most likely be my next frame. I am leaning towards the S3 for various reasons but the R3 still interests me.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 4:11 pm 
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Those weights are pretty close to the Scott Foil 15, frame/fork in similar sizes. Not bad.

BTW, anybody running an 2014 S3 with Di2 and found a way to mount an internal battery? Will it fit into the seat tube? Just not the seatpost? Seems that way..but haven't found much info..thx.


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Yes it will fit into the seat tube just fine, the seat post is a no go as it's the same post size used on the S5.

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