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 Post subject: Re: Pictures of Colnagos
PostPosted: Sun Jan 05, 2014 5:13 pm 
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Ok, more pics of my Master X Light build....
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MJB... Very nice, and nice photos. But tell me, can you actually ride that frame with the FMB inflated to riding pressure. I'd like to see this same photo with the tire inflated. Is there enough clearance?

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MJB... Very nice, and nice photos. But tell me, can you actually ride that frame with the FMB inflated to riding pressure. I'd like to see this same photo with the tire inflated. Is there enough clearance?


Thanks - The tyre is actually inflated to riding pressure but the shadow cast from the seat tube makes it look flat. Yes, the clearance was tight in that photo - only 4mm at the min. however I've since backed off the axle adjuster screws another couple of mm for a 6mm gap with more to spare. The FMB PR 25mm are actually 25.3mm wide according to my calipers. I'd expect a genuine 28mm tyre will fit both ends of my master frame but not much more than that.

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 Post subject: Re: Pictures of Colnagos
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My other Colnago and my first love...... a 40th Birthday present to myself......

2010 C50 in AM00 paint size 52s. purchased as NOS from Total Cycling in Sept 2011.

Fitted with Record mech 11sp. Chris King Sotto Vocce Headset, Oval Concepts R910 Aergo handlebar and Nimble Crosswind trispoke wheelset - shod with Vittoria Pave 24mm singles.

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Really like the colour theme, and it is something futuristic with the tri spoke wheels and the rear chainstay


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WTF is this?! :?

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Ok. :smartass:


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 Post subject: Re: Pictures of Colnagos
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Hello. I just bought today a colnago c40 frameset. The seller told me that is a limited edition (100pcs).


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Looks like an Standard LX11 to me...

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 Post subject: Re: Pictures of Colnagos
PostPosted: Thu Jan 23, 2014 1:38 am 
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Beautiful frame in great condition, but it was a standard colour back in the day.

Peel that 'special edition' 3D sticker off. Colnago would never do such a thing.

Just enjoy it for what it is. You can't go wrong with a C40 and that looks a beauty!


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Agree with Solarider. I've never seen a "Special Ediiton" plaque like that. I suspect someone just stuck it on there. It's ugly. Get rid of it. Frame is super nice.

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Calnago wrote:
PSM wrote:
WTF is this?! :?

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Looks like an M10 with an EPS type paint job. Not sure what the shock is all about? Just a different paint job for a different market. They did this with a C59 in an ST02 color scheme from the 2008 C50 days as well.


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According to Calnago, one should calm down. :)


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Not many pictures of winterriding :mrgreen: ...

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Do you call THAT winter?! :shock:

Welcome to Scandinavia! :thumbup:


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