E207-15 is the proper part number for the cable exit . https://www.canyon.com/downloads/suppor ... BOM_ts.pdf
The dropout is not adjustable, just replaceable. circa 15-16 dropout. The screw is different. https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=ht ... mrc&uact=8
You need to be careful about look at pics of pre-production, production, and different model years. They may have engineered it and built the pre-prod in house, then the factory wanted some changes.
The best clue would come from looking at the interior of the BB to see their BB. Should look like this: http://i614.photobucket.com/albums/tt22 ... ylffg6.jpg
A different factory would have this look different.
The next best clue is the rear wheel fitment. This XL bike has a bad fitment too. http://road.cc/sites/default/files/IMG_3784.JPG
I bet wheel fitment isn't perfect on all frame sizes. The use the same size chanstay and BB on all bikes. They have a few different seat tubes and they modify the seat stay length.
The stem details are wrong. The front dropout screws are wrong. The font spacing is wrong.
The UIC sticker might be ok. The rear glossy sticker by the logo wraps around too muchhttps://static.canyon.com/_img/bikes/20 ... _c1200.pnghttps://coresites-cdn.factorymedia.com/ ... ticker.jpghttp://road.cc/sites/default/files/styl ... k=-vImZ036
The rear barcode should be put on with a sticker cover - http://i614.photobucket.com/albums/tt22 ... nddgt6.jpg
easonwu wrote:The shift cable exit is as below, any clue?
and the drop-out of fork is also adjustable
comparing with others, we can found a little difference of the curve under headset.
I scanned the bar code, and the code matched what it showed below the QR. I sent the code to Canyon and waiting for their reply.