Campy EPS Interface - mount

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bangkok
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by bangkok

To avoid the need to strap the EPS control block to the stem, a 6 gram alloy CNC steering stem mount was made.

This places the EPS block to the left of the stem, with the LED visible, and fits any stem. The EPS block slides top-down into the mount

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/s9ymu1p8jxcqazr/EPS%20block%202.jpg
https://www.dropbox.com/s/tsrvffglgy1z872/EPS%20block%201.jpg
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dgasmd
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by dgasmd

Can't see the pictures!!

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by corky

good idea.... I'm a bit OCD and the fact that it's to one side would bother me, but it's a great idea to have a bracket seperate from the stem. i have mine aatached to the brake cable as i could not stand the look of the 'laccie band' wrapped around the stem.

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Can't see them still

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by CP

Hey Bangkok,
What stem is that? which degree? Love the lack of decals

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by CP

[quote="CP"]Hey Bangkok,
What stem is that? which degree? Love the lack of decals[/quote]

Never mind, just saw your stem on the cleaning decal thread :oops:

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