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cadence90 wrote:
Hey, we'd all like to see the pics Glad you posted to the forum, Velocity, this is all interesting stuff.
Nic, you're a builder, what's your reaction to those mechanicals? What do you think the detail is?


As a builder, its freaks me out a little when I see these “glue” together complete kits from Dedacciai and Columbus.

But I will live

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nicrump wrote:
cadence90 wrote:
Hey, we'd all like to see the pics Glad you posted to the forum, Velocity, this is all interesting stuff.
Nic, you're a builder, what's your reaction to those mechanicals? What do you think the detail is?


As a builder, its freaks me out a little when I see these “glue” together complete kits from Dedacciai and Columbus.

But I will live

But do you think that is a glue-in bolt, or a screw-bolt? I guess they occur at both sides of the joint. I've never seen that: is it like old pin joints, in way? With glue around?

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hard to say till we see some better pics but screwing and gluing could be pretty strong.

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if you have pics (close-ups), of all the new FSA cranks, please post.


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spytech wrote:
if you have pics (close-ups), of all the new FSA cranks, please post.


Here you are
Its called "K-Force SL"


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File comment: This one called"K-Force MegaExo"
with 2 pieces crank and BB combo weight around 660gram!

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This is a kind of "mechanical lock" for carbon fork


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I don't know about you guys, but I think those K Force lite cranks are gonna put storck cranks out of business. Damn those are sweet.

Now if I can just hurry up and get mine out! :wink:


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hard to say till we see some better pics but screwing and gluing could be pretty strong.


Here are a joint area of Advance carbon frame.
I hope you will like it!


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hard to say till we see some better pics but screwing and gluing could be pretty strong.


Here are a joint area of Advance carbon frame.
I hope you will like it!


yes, scary, looks like some proto type work I have in my shop right now.

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nicrump wrote:
yes, scary, looks like some proto type work I have in my shop right now.


Whats the benefit of doing the lug route? How do they attach the tubes?

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yes, scary, looks like some proto type work I have in my shop right now.


Whats the benefit of doing the lug route? How do they attach the tubes?


if I get it nailed down, I can offer "stock" geometry for much less cash.

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yes, scary, looks like some proto type work I have in my shop right now.


Whats the benefit of doing the lug route? How do they attach the tubes?


if I get it nailed down, I can offer "stock" geometry for much less cash.


Any idea when that will be?

PM me if you like, I'm still having thoughts about one of your frames.

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dont have a solid date yet. forgot to mention the tubes and lugs would be glued ala

colno C40/50
fondriest top carbon
calfee luna, dragonfly
cervelo carbon
trek OCLV

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Yes - but it is ugly - looks like a record crank :?


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Yes - and it looks great - like a record crank! :lol:


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