white Venge 2013

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ArferBar
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by ArferBar

daaaym!!!

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lbrasi
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by lbrasi

jdp211 wrote:404/808 combo would look incredible


yes, it would :D

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fa63
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by fa63

Yes.

Dbfire
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by Dbfire

That thing is awesome ,well done sir! :beerchug:

Geoff
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by Geoff

Ok, that's nice. Did you need to change the chain to fit your Berner?

lbrasi
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Geoff wrote:Ok, that's nice. Did you need to change the chain to fit your Berner?


no, I didn't, the Berner was first :wink:

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by dynaserve

Great looking bike. Can you do a photo of the 808 chainstay clearance? Any issues with chainstay rub?

dereksmalls
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by dereksmalls

The bike is begging for stem that is line with the top tube.

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caballero
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by caballero

Perfect !
Just not a fan of the aero bars.....

lbrasi
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dynaserve wrote:Great looking bike. Can you do a photo of the 808 chainstay clearance? Any issues with chainstay rub?



there ist enough space for the 808, about 5 or 6 mm each side, no problems

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sugarkane
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by sugarkane

Awesome looking machine.. You need less shit brake pads though..

lbrasi
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sugarkane wrote:Awesome looking machine.. You need less shit brake pads though..



which brakepads would you suggest ?, i tried several but with the zipps the yellow swissstops a really efficient

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sugarkane
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by sugarkane

Cryo blues from Reynolds work really well rain or shine and cost less..
The yellows stop in the dry but are grabby, noisy, crap in the wet and require frequent rim cleaning or they become even more grabby and covered in yellow stuff.
The only dramas with the blues is they wear quickly
I also rate the enve pads highly..

Very nice bike though.. If I had a venge I'd want it to look like that

Geoff
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Corima cork pads...

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by nismosr

I have good experience with campagnolo carbon brake pads, the red color ones. wet or dry condition they grab pretty well.

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