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mattlawro
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by mattlawro

My 2011 Build CAAD 9


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2011 CAAD9 Build2 by mattlawro, on Flickr

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2011 CAAD9 Build1 by mattlawro, on Flickr

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2011 CAAD9 Build3 by mattlawro, on Flickr

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Pyrennees 2011 by mattlawro, on Flickr

60cm caad 9 1350
Edge 2.0 fork 332
Zipp sl course servizio 100mm stem 120
Extralite Ultrastar 2.0 expander bung 7
Extralite top cap and bolt 5
Handle bar Zipp SL 44mm carbon 176
Headset:  Cane Creek 30
Crankset 53/39 175mm Hollowgram SI 660
Brake Levers: Dura ace DA 7800 420
Brakes: Dura ace DA 7800 317
Derlr (Rear) DA 7800 SS 182
Derlr (Front) 7800 SS 81.5
Bottle cage bontrager xxx lite x2 36
Brake Cable F & R - 88g 88
Shifter Cable F & R - 99g 99
Cassette: Ultergra 11-25 5700 223
Chain: KMCDX-10SC 106lnks -255g 255
Pedals:  Keo max 2 carbon 248
Seat Fizik aliante carbon 205
Seatpost: Edge composites 25mm offset 180
Seat Clamp KCNC 14
continental GP 4000 s tires(410g) 410
continental tubes(204g) 204
Rim Tape 18mm - 28g 28
Wheelset : Zipp 303 Clinchers 1623
Skewers: KCNC - 45g 45
7338.5



.... 2012 CAAD10 BLK BUILD IN PROGRESS.....
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soriyu
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by soriyu

looks like a solid build :smartass:

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devinci
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by devinci

cool, it will make it interesting to see en edge fork on a caad9

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KH1
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by KH1

I'm guessing you already have the 7800 groupset. If you can move that on I would go with a Force group. Only had mine for a couple of weeks now but it easily does what I need. If anything shifts a little nicer than Red. Most importantly it will save a good amount of weight on the build.
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CAAD9 6.78Kg
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jcconnox
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mattlawro
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by mattlawro

Thanks very fine looking wheels... id consider them except for the fact im no weight weenie at 6'3 and 196 pounds! :oops:

Not far off building her up will post some pics very soon.

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USofChay
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by USofChay

Seems like a great build.

mattlawro
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by mattlawro

Quick update.... progress has not been as quick as i hoped due work issues! but can safely say we are back on track.

I have sanded the logos from the edge fork as i think they are way too much and have repainted the fork matt black to match the frame. I did consider selling the 7800 but have decide to resist and stick with the plan - i really like the look and build of the 7800..... not the best ww decision but this bike will be light enough for my abilities in the saddle!
Having a nightmare getting hold of a zipp sl course stem.... so have bit the bullet and ordered a ricthey 4 axis wcs stem in the interim.... all being well i am going to get the bits over to my local shop for him to build up.
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mattlawro
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Sanding logos out of fork
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mattlawro
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by mattlawro

Picked up from my LBS today.... have to say well please. :lol:
Will take some descent pics (not on my iphone!) when we have some nice weather!
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mattlawro
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by mattlawro

Better quality pics.
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dcj9
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by dcj9

7800 is my favourite groupset. nostalgia 8)

that frame looks mahoosive.

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5Nm
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by 5Nm

flip the stem...
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djconnel
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by djconnel

Nice -- you can save a bit of weight with latex tubes. But for a frame that large the weight seems good. 7800 is heavy, but not super-heavy.

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