S-Works Tarmac SL4

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jdp211
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by jdp211

I guess this is as good a time as any to start a build thread. A few weeks ago, in my first race of the season (and my career, so to speak), I was crashed out and cracked my Supersix Hi-mod. Due to injury, I felt it was as good a time as any to change group sets as well. Super excited for this build. Looking at probably high 13s low 14s.

Build list
Frame Pink S-works Tarmac SL4 (ordered today)
Seatpost S-Works
Shifters Record 11 (prospective)
F and R Mech Record 11 (prospective
Casette Chorus (prospective)
Chain KMC x11sl
Crankset Hollowgram SiSl + stronglight CT2 53/39 (in hand)
Pedals Speedplay Zero Ti (in hand, but may change as the colors won't match. So vain am I)
Stem probably Zipp Service course, unless I need a 90 in which case it will remain a 3T team
Handlebars Zipp SL (in hand)
Tape Lizardskins
Bottle Cages Profile designs Karbon Kage (in hand)
Saddle Tune Speedneedle Alcantara (in hand)
Wheels Zipp FC 606T (in hand) and Easton EA90aero (in hand)
Tires Vittoria Corsa Evo 23 tubulars Vittoria Corsa Evo 25 clinchers
Skewers Tune DC14

84g on my scale
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170g on my scale
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dcj9
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by dcj9

Am I missing anything?

don't forget we like pictures :thumbup:

by Weenie


jdp211
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by jdp211

1560g frame/fork with bearings, hangers, and seat post in a 54
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jdp211
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by jdp211

Box o' parts
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by Imaking20

Pile o money :D


Can't wait to see her come together.
Current:
T2

Retired:
Blue | Project C6.0 | Felt AR FRD | Colnago C59 NERO | 2014 S-Works Tarmac | S-Works Venge | Wilier Cento Uno SL | Tarmac SL2

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fritzbox
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by fritzbox

Pretty :mrgreen:

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jdp211
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by jdp211

Just put it together and after a pretty short jaunt this bike blows my old supersix out of the water
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redhed18
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by redhed18

Please remove the yellow "warning your bike will explode" sticker. :wink:

Can you actually get in the drops? If so... damn... kudos!

jdp211
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by jdp211

Must've missed one of the stickers, thought I had them all. I can definitely get into the drops, though this is pre-official fit. I think it may also be the angle of the picture that makes it look so aggressive.

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Powerful Pete
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by Powerful Pete

Ok, I refuse to comment on this bike until you post some decent pictures!

:wink:
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
Supercommuter: Jamis Renegade...pastatrails.blogspot.com
And you can call me Macktastik Honey Pete Kicks, thank you.

jdp211
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by jdp211

This one's a little better, forgot I had it so the sticker's still on. I can assure you its been removed, though.
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prendrefeu
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by prendrefeu

HOT DAMN THAT'S HOT!!!

but: remove yellow sticker; trim steerer once you've found the fit; recycle that box.
Exp001 || Other projects in the works.

dcj9
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by dcj9

....its a very nice build you did there, but please don't forget to add end plugs on those handlebars for safety reasons :thumbup:

cezinho
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by cezinho

how do you find the SN Alcantara for the road?
I have it on my MTB and still deciding if I should buy a new one for my roaddie.

thank you

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by ultyguy

Sweet ride! Did the BB30 pop stright into the OSB bottom bracket or was there an adapter?

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