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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2007 7:18 pm 
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My CX bike is nearly ready, only need a chain and switch the tires.

I changed
The fork, from steel to carbon.
The STI set from 9 speed Ultegra to 10 speed.
The seatpost from Woodman alu to Ritchey pro carbon.
The saddle from tuned SLR to a white SLR.
The brake cables from normal Shimano to Nokon.
The wheels from Ksyrium SL to Fulcrum racing 3.
The steerer from Ritchey cheap to Deda Anatomic 250.

Total weight is 8,4 kg

THE PIC"S!!!!! (forgot)


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Very nice. What type of hanger is that for your front brake. I'm not liking the way mine is setting up and am thinking about going to short v-brakes.

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He's using an old rear brake cable hanger (this kind that hung off the seat post collar's bolt) to hang the front brake cable. If you do this you may need to file down the area on the hanger where the bolt goes through so it sits properly under the stem's front plate. This is very light alternative and allows you to get your stem lower. Note, if you use a long stem, this set up is not the best.


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You're right Stolichnaya.
Stem length is 130mm, and the cable guide is hanging pretty vertical above the brakes.

I'm looking for a FSA headset with integrated cable guide.

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The build list.

Frame, cableguide, headset FSA 1536
Fork with headset ring uncut 511
Bracket dura ace 98
Crank dura ace 510
Chainring 42t dura ace 45
Chainguards carbon 68
Chainring bolts and rings 57
Pedals time atac 333
Headset rings, compressor 43
Stem ritchey pro 130mm 156
Steerer deda anatomic 250 260
Stuurlint BBB 80
Seatpostclamp Woodman, cable guide 35
Seatpost ritchey pro carbon 350mm 242
Saddle SLR 147
Shifters ultegra 10-speed 488
Rear der. Ultegra 9-speed 221
Chain ultegra 10-speed 275
Casette ultegra 10-speed 12-23 234
Bike sock 17
Brakes froglegs, bbb brakeshoes 262
Brake cable front Nokon 22
Brake cable rear Nokon 43
Gear cable BBB 51
Tires michelin sprint 652
Inner tubes schwalbe 200
Wheels fulcrum racing 3
Front 713
Quick-release 59
Rear 904
Quick-release 64

Under lined weights not weighted.

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Got the FSA headset with the integrated cable guide.


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Ready :D


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