Anders CAAD10 for the 2013 season (Di2 installation)

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Looking really good, Anders...

Have you had a chance to try the Ciamillo brakes? How do you find the braking power and the modulation?
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Bianchi10 wrote:How comfy is that saddle? Always loved the looks but don't know if my butt could do it cuz I need a 143mm and if I'm not mistaken it only comes in 131.


Yes it's the same measurement as a normal SLR so quite slim. The padding is also quite hard.

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Phill P wrote:Do you know who made those hubs for Specialized?
What size bearings do they use front and rear?
What was the weight of the front hub?


I don't know which the rear hub uses, but the front uses 6901 bearings. It weighs 90g.

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Juggler wrote:Looking really good, Anders...

Have you had a chance to try the Ciamillo brakes? How do you find the braking power and the modulation?


I don't think they are that powerful but the modulations is good. I have bought the new Swissstop Black Prince pads which should be the best so I can report back on those when the weather gets warmer.

I have the original cams installed and actually I have ordered the new ones which Ted made for the Shimano 7900 levers. Unfortunately I ordered them 3 months ago and haven't received them yet. No replies from them on emails either. Quite irritating as they off cause have charged the money.

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Anders wrote:I don't think they are that powerful but the modulations is good. I have bought the new Swissstop Black Prince pads which should be the best so I can report back on those when the weather gets warmer.

I have the original cams installed and actually I have ordered the new ones which Ted made for the Shimano 7900 levers. Unfortunately I ordered them 3 months ago and haven't received them yet. No replies from them on emails either. Quite irritating as they off cause have charged the money.


I am running with Enve pads on mine, and they seem to work pretty good - although not nearly as good as DA7900. But I knew that when I bought them.

Are there custommade cams for Shimano levers? What is the difference? And might there be some for my Ultegra (Di2) levers?

PS. Annoying when you transfer money, and just don't get your goods...
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I think they are more progressive, try searching the forum.

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Only day this week I came home before it went dark, so here are some detail daylight pictures. I like people posting pictures, so I'll do my part. Yes I know the red on the hubs don't match 200% :?

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Looks good! The red hubs kinda tie into the red detail on the levers :noidea:

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btompkins0112 wrote:Looks good! The red hubs kinda tie into the red detail on the levers :noidea:


Well spotted :wink:

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Looks nice, Anders but you need black crankarms :-)

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Mads Kock wrote:Looks nice, Anders but you need black crankarms :-)


Arh Mads, I have been thinking about that for the last 2 years. You may be right but these will never look scratched, have been paid and are resonably light. Let's just call it a classic look. Actually I don't like the look of the black Hollowgrams on this frame, something about it getting too black and anonymous. One option would be Sram Red, it's just so mainstream and massive with those chainrings. Changing the chainrings might be an option. Any other suggestions?

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The nicest cadd I have ever seen

nice work

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Anders wrote:Any other suggestions?


The new Sram Red Exogram crankset sanded down, and mounted with the Stronglight CT2 rings - 548 grams

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Impressive ! Do you have a complete picture of the bike with the new cranck ?

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