Indy Fab naked Ti Factory Lightweight

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goyoyl
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by goyoyl

Built up a nice Indy Fab Ti Factory Lightweight bike for a friend.....

44mm Headtube matched to a Chris King Inset headset
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With an ENVE stem
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I really like bikes with gorgeous welds:
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ISP:
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ENVE 3.4 Smart ENVE System wheel set with Chris King R45 hubs:
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The gorgeous downtube:
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The Top and down tube:
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by Montana

Very Nicely Done! :thumbup:

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kgt
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by kgt

Nice stuff! :thumbup:

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schmiken
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by schmiken

Truly gorgeous!

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fa63
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by fa63

Great bike, but that spacer tower is offensive because it is a custom geomerty frame. Why not simply go with a taller head tube?

Anyways, happy riding to your buddy!

goyoyl
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by goyoyl

THANKS guys for your comments!!

Decided to use more spacers to start with, then will cut the steerer tube as soon as the holidays are done. :)
Groovy Cycleworks 650B SS | Ibis Bow Ti | Ibis Steel Mojo | Ibis Mojo HDR | Indy Fab Ti Factory Lightweight | Indy Fab SSR | Parlee Z5 | Pegoretti Marcelo | Sycip Disc Cross Dresser | Sycip Diesel | Sycip 26+

voodoojar
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by voodoojar

I just think a lot of times when you see a new bike with like 50mm of spacers it's because the person is afraid of making a cutting mistake and losing a $500 fork.

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waynedude
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by waynedude

That's some SERIOUS bike porn.... WELL DONE!!! :thumbup:
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jghall
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by jghall

Beautiful bike. Doesn't quite fit under the Xmas tree.

Frankie13
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by Frankie13

Awesome looking bike! Did you use a carbon dérailleur clamp like the one Parlee makes?

SSB
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by SSB

Pictures don't do the frameset justice, the finish is phenomenal in person. Awesome machine!
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CBJ
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by CBJ

voodoojar wrote:I just think a lot of times when you see a new bike with like 50mm of spacers it's because the person is afraid of making a cutting mistake and losing a $500 fork.


But if you spend that kind of money and on a custom bike would you not know your fit already :noidea:

Anyway amazing looking bike!

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shoopdawoop
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by shoopdawoop

Love the bike! I love titanium bikes with carbon sections ever since my ct-2.

On the topic of spacers; what if you want to adjust your position through the season? I personally like to play around with the height of my bars.

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luckypuncheur
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by luckypuncheur

Besides the spacers below the stem, it's one of the most beautiful titanium bikes I've seen to date. 8)
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limba
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by limba

Awesome. Really nice, clean looking bike. A classic.

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