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PSM
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Liggero wrote:semms to be getting better. I would change stem and bar and wheels and cable housing.


And the frame... :lol:

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3T would be great. If you are looking for 10° you could go with a Easton.

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Liggero
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Easton is not good enough. go for syntace or 3t or the new fizik, or something nice.
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Liggero wrote:Easton is not good enough. go for syntace or 3t or the new fizik, or something nice.


If it's good enough for BMC Racing Team, i think it's good enough for a amateur :noidea:

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PSM wrote:6 or 7... It is so Little and it would make the bike look so much better. ;)

You have right 6 or 7 does not make so difference, but i want more down to 7 because i want to improve my position, so i need at least 10.....
i want better position than look :wink:

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nice, i like the colour-scheme!
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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PSM
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In the end. Postion is the most important.

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Just a little update !!!

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PSM
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Still needs a decent 3T stem. ;)

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PSM wrote:Still needs a decent 3T stem. ;)

Μmmmm maybe have right, now i have 12cm drop from the saddle :roll:

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also the deda35 could be an option....all 3 colour schemes could look good

http://www.carbonconnection.com/copy-of-deda-trentacinque-attacco-35-stem-35mm-diameter-red-120mm/

btw any idea on your frame's actual weight? mine in black and white (2013 mechanical, 50cm) was in the mid-900s according to my LBS..

I am curious to see if the 2014 will be anywhere close to 790 once in full production (as opposed to the pre production given to bike mags who often don't weigh them but parrot the declared values)

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vlastrada wrote:btw any idea on your frame's actual weight? mine in black and white (2013 mechanical, 50cm) was in the mid-900s according to my LBS..

I am curious to see if the 2014 will be anywhere close to 790 once in full production (as opposed to the pre production given to bike mags who often don't weigh them but parrot the declared values)

No i dont know the weight of the frame.... :?
btw next step is to change the brakes to black :D

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And here it is with the ffwd :D

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by dellpan

Excellent result,dream bike, thumbs banik!!! :thumbup:
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