Scott Foil team issue with SR EPS

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arthurf
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by arthurf

Hi all,

After my recent disaster with Cipollini, here is my new whip;

Scott foil team issue 2013 with the elusive EPS cable routing

7.01kg with pedals and cages

Scott foil HMX team issue 2013 - size 56
Bomtrager Serano RL 148 saddle
Zipp Servic Course SL stem - 110mm
Zipp Contour SL 44cm bar
Prologo one-touch bar tape - Orica Greenedge team colours
Elite custom race bottle cages
Campy super record brakeset with Zipp platinum pro evo pads
Campy super record EPS front mech
Campy super record EPS rear mech
Campy ssuper record chainset, 172.5mm with 52/36 chainring
Campy super record shifters
Record cassettes, 12-29t
Zipp 303 FCC front / Zipp 404 FCC rear
Challenge latex inner tubes with Zipp extenders
Veloflex Corsa 25 tyres
K-edge out front Garmin mount

What do you guys think to the white decals on the wheels, should I stay with white or go for the black decals?

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NiFTY
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by NiFTY

No decals, will look better and less weight. Stickers are for kids.
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by kgt

+1
Other than that it looks great!

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by JasperGr

Perfect bike but I choose for no stickers or black ones.


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Delorre
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by Delorre

Sorry, but I would leave the stickers on. The color scheme is already a little agressive, and for me, the stickers match perfectly to that. There is also a good color match with the frame (black with white letters), so, keep those stickers!

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by Martin.dk

looks really good. I would also keep the stickers.

Where's the battery hidden? are there enough room in the seattube?

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arthurf
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by arthurf

Martin.dk wrote:looks really good. I would also keep the stickers.

Where's the battery hidden? are there enough room in the seattube?

/Martin


Yes there is just enough room the get the v2 battery inside the seat tube, you get a set of double sided bolts to fix through the seat tube bottle cage mounts into the battery to hold it in position and then use a nut to hold the cages on. Works really well

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by Martin.dk

thanks i'm seriously considering a foil then

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arthurf
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by arthurf

Martin,

This is a 2013 one with the EPS routing, I don't think the 2014 one has EPS routing as Campag are still formalising mounting and cable routes? You may have to drill a couple of holes in the frame to get it through

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by neeb

I have the mechanical version of the same frame with mechanical SR and Reynolds Forty Six tubs. Looks very similar! The wheels had big white Reynolds stickers (admittedly even larger than your Zipp stickers). I took them off and I think it looks better. I just found the combination of the big white-on-black Scott lettering on the frame and the big white-on-black Reynolds lettering on the wheels a bit too much... :wink: That said I'm going to try some grey decals on the wheels to see how they look.

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PinaRene
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by PinaRene

Where did you buy the bar tape ?? I have almost the similar bike, but with Shimano gearshift and C50 wheels, and I was looking for the bartape but couldn't find it.

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arthurf
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by arthurf

Hi PinaRene, bartape is from here - http://www.all4cycling.com/shop/en/prol ... 59879.html

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by Tamu8104

Nice build and I would go no stickers/black stickers
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by mrowkoob

You mounted in the seattube? Also where is your charging port?
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arthurf
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by arthurf

Yep battery is in the seat tube fixed to the back of the bottle cage mounting bolts. My frame is drilled for EPS so has the hole for the charge port just below the lower bottle cage bolt on the down tube. If your frame doesn't have this, you may be able to get someone to drill a hole into the frame or run the charge cable up to the seatpost and put it there

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