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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 12:04 am 
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Location: nederland ( Limburg )
Hello,

here is my update from my Optimo cad 7:

My Cannondale CAD 7 Optimo 2004
Frame size 58:
Cannondale Cad 7 Optimo
(1245 grams)
Fork: Cannondale
(304 grams)
Headset:
Campagnolo Record
(69grams)
wheelset:
Campagnolo Hyperon
(1243 grams)
Conti Competition tubular
(280 grams)
Conti Competition tubular
(280 grams)
Skewer front:
Controltech titanium
(21 grams)
Skewers rear:
tune
(32 grams)
Botle cage:
BBB carbon incl. 2 alluminium bolts
(28 grams)
Sprockets: Campagnolo 10 speed full titanium 11 - 23
(166 grams)
Sprocket lockring:
Tune 11 tooth
(6 grams)
Bottom bracket axle and cranks:
Cannondale Hollowgram
(660 grams)
Rear derailleur:
Tiso 10 rear derailleur
(179 grams)
Front derailleur:
Campagnolo 2004
(75 grams)
Chain:
KMC X10
(263 grams)
Derailleur cables & Housings:
Campagnolo + Nokon Konkavex
(53 grams)
Brake cables & Housings: Nokon Konkavex
(70 grams)
Pedals:
ShimanoDura-ace SL
(270 grams)
Brake levers/Shifters:
Campagnolo Record 10 Ultra 2004
(324 grams)
Brakes:CAT-USA
(146 grams)
Brake shoes:
BBB with titanium screws
(52 grams)
Saddle:
AX Lightness
(69 grams)
Seat post:
Selcof carbon (modified)
(165 grams)
Seat clamb:
Extralite with titanium Bold
(12 grams)
Stem:
Extralite Ultra UL 120mm
(102 grams)
Handlebar tape: FSA
(45 grams)
Handlebar plugs: Plastic
(8 grams)
Handlebar:
Easton EC90 Composite Road Bar
(187 grams)
Computer: Hac 4
(86 grams)


Total bike weight: 4-02-04 (6432 grams) with Hyperon


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 2:34 am 
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Is your bike on your bed?


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limba wrote:
Is your bike on your bed?

Puts a new twist on pillow talk, I guess.... :wink:

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How do you like the KMCx10 chain? How many links is the 263g weight?


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I am currious about the shifting of the chain as well. I just bought 2 of them but have yet to use them. Mine weighed in at 263 as well. I beleive its 118 lincs though, so shold be a little lighter than the new Campy Record


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 3:05 pm 
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Hi JTC,

I have never have a better chain.
the shifting with my tiso is exellent.
after 4000 km she's still perfect i don't think that i'm going to changes again too CAMPA (much less km.)


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2004 10:47 am 
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Optimo, how do you like your bottle cage?
Can you remove the BBB logo easy? - I like it bare carbon


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