Inside TCR carbon

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Velocity
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Location: CHIANGMAI, THAILAND

by Velocity

This is not my frame :D
Hope you like it
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indt.JPG
alumminum insert on down tube
st.JPG
curve seat stay
ct.JPG
seat stay
tt.JPG
here are top tube and you can see a butted line
inst.JPG
you can see an aluminum insert and very thin butted carbon tube
new.JPG
seat tube
Buy it, If you like it.
Your money.
Your decission.

Hereford Flyer
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Location: Hereford, UK

by Hereford Flyer

Shocking TCR autopsy! How did the frame die?

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Velocity
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by Velocity

Hereford Flyer wrote:Shocking TCR autopsy! How did the frame die?


Its a sample frame from factory

you can notice a variable tickness on seat and chain stay!
Buy it, If you like it.
Your money.
Your decission.

Oswald
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by Oswald

Hehehee... what would the weight be??

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Bruiser
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by Bruiser

I find by tapping my CR1 frame I can hear the butting, I don't think I need to go that far :wink:

A closer look at the junctions would be interesting, thanx for the sneak peak.

Brian

bobalou
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by bobalou

Maybe they can sell the frame to this guy:

(stolen from thread: http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... 7&start=45 )
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