Wilier Zero.7 mad fiber/thm/AX

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My lightweights are are currently being borrowed but once I get them back Ill do a proper comparison of the two
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by Horacio

Do you find the KMC chain "polishing" the Q rings where contact is made?

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It wears off the black coating but I think its normal. Ill look tomorrow to see if its "polished" looking
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[quote="kevosinn"]got some new wheels today and it brought it down to 12 lb 4 oz......The tubies are veloflex carbons that weighed in at 260 grams each so a lot of weight could be saved there but they ride amazing. Also another picture of the RD that shows it better.


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This frame is meant to be built with low profile wheels! WOW!
Dont You ever put those high profile ones on it again! :smartass: :wink:

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I know I love the look of it with those wheels!
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by Horacio

Is there a reason why you dont use the Wilier one piece stem/bar unit? I think its the plasma.
Too heavy?

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That would actually look really good but yes its to heavy for this build. The enve stem is actually temporary as well as the stem. I plan on getting a full AX lightness cockpit if I can find it or at least the extralite stem.
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by tompho

An AX ZEUS stem to this spectacular bike.
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by manne

That's a pretty good definition of bling-bling.

Congrats!

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Thanks! Im currently looking for a zeus stem and AX bar.
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kgt wrote:Spindoctor what about the certificate's declared weight? Was it exact?

2 g difference - that could be the scales
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Horacio wrote:Is there a reason why you dont use the Wilier one piece stem/bar unit? I think its the plasma.
Too heavy?

The Plasma integrated bar and stem are on my SLR - no real weight saving over a 3T ergo combo, but oh so stiff, and they are a better shape for comfort on the top bar section. However they have 0 deg pitch, not minus 6 deg as usual.

but they do look stunning!
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by Horacio

Thanks for posting! That does look awesome!

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by Horacio

How about eye-level side photo of the bars?

Thanks

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by jmilliron

FWIW; I've seen the Ritchey MonoCruve bars with Wilier branding on them. Think it was a photo from Eurobike. They're -6%.

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