Finally done, SHIV TT. now with build list

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el condor
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by el condor

After some handy work involved got the bike ready.
More pictures to follow.
Weight right now: 8.9kg's.


Build list:

Frame: HTC Highroad team frame ( incl. seat post and brakes)
Stem: Custom Highroad (to enable for clamping of round profiles)
Bar: HTC Highroad Pro Missile Evo Prototype
Dura Ace Di2:
-TT shifters
-Fornt and rear derailleur
-Custom seat-post battery and internal harness with control box inside stem enabled for external operation.
Brake levers: Bontrager
Crankset: Dura Ace 7800 172.5, with orig. small chainring 39t and 7900/bb68-without adapter.
Big Chainring: Sram tt 54t
Brake cables: Shimano Dura Ace
Chain: Dura Ace 7900
Pedals: Shimano Dura Ace 7900 carbon
Disc wheel: Mavic Comete tubular(heavy!!)
Front wheel: Hed trispoke clincher with Bontrager tt 19mm tire and Vredestein latex inner tube.
Saddle: ISM Adamo time trial.

More pictures to follow...
Attachments
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SHIV TT
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Non drive side
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Rear view
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Top view
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Cockpit
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More picture plz :-)
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el condor
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by el condor

Tillquist wrote:More picture plz :-)


Ok done.:-)

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Nice bike and TT bar :-)
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by hansonator69

HTC-Highroad team frame, Prototype PRO Missile EVO bars, Di2... loving it :mrgreen:
Slam your stem.

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grid256
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by grid256

Did you aquire this frame with the Pro bar/stem combo in place? Or is this something you cooked up?

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by Wingnut

How do you find the saddle?
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g_doraz
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by g_doraz

Yeh is that an ex-team frame? As far as I know you cannot buy a stem for the pro missile evo
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el condor
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by el condor

@ grid256: cooked up.
@ Wingnut: had this saddle on my previous tt bike, like it a lot but still have to find the sweet spot.
@ g_doraz: very difficult to acquire the (Shiv)-stem that allows for the clamping of round bars such as the Pro Missile
Evo.

vladt
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by vladt

Awesome bike el condor.
Could you please post a build list.

How hard was it to assemble and setup?

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by Juanmoretime

Very well done. It should be added to the show me your time trial bike tread too. :beerchug:

A build list and aside/race report?
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timtri13
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by timtri13

hello

really an awesome bike , just one thing for me that is the advantage of the Di2 TT groupset is the brake lever/shifter that you don't have :cry: :cry: :cry:

I have a friend who have realise a Di2 full integration on a shiv first genration with nosecone just crazy work

http://biebie.over-blog.fr/

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el condor
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by el condor

timtri13 wrote:hello

really an awesome bike , just one thing for me that is the advantage of the Di2 TT groupset is the brake lever/shifter that you don't have :cry: :cry: :cry:

I have a friend who have realise a Di2 full integration on a shiv first genration with nosecone just crazy work


Nice work, saw your thread about the built.
I'm not keen on having the possibility to shift at the brake levers, I will run the set-up a year this way and see if I miss shifting at the levers.

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by 7ducati

Such a mean looking bike. I love the non-nosecone version! 8)
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