Cinelli WYSIWG - Custom paint and build

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xsnailx
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by xsnailx

Hi,
Here is my current TT Rig:

Frame: Cinelli WYSIWG (custom painted and di2 battery integrated into seatpost)
Fork: Cinelli - in fact it is a easton ec90 aero clone
headset: Ritchey integrated
stem: 3t arx team black
seatpost: Cinelli
saddle: Dash tt9
Wheels: Lightweight disc, Xentis Mark 1 TT
bar: 3T Brezza II Nano
Shifters and brake levers: Dura-Ace Di2
FD: Dura-Ace Di2
RD: Dura-Ace Di2
Brakes: Tririg Omega
Cords + Outers: Shimano / nokon
Crankset: Sram s 900 + Power2max + qrings 53/39
Support: Sram GXP
Pedals: Keywin CRM ti
alu bolts: probolt
skewers: token
Topcap: Xon
Bartape: PRO

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all photos from session here:
http://xsnailx.pinkbike.com/album/2012- ... -upgraded/

jsinclair
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Location: Sydney, Australia

by jsinclair

wow

ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Sweetness, always thought this was a good looking frame and you made it look a lot better!

wasabi1
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by wasabi1

This thing is mental.... in a good way!

hansonator69
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by hansonator69

Seen the pics of you riding it over at timetriallingforum, very nice
Slam your stem.

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Excellent! :thumbup: It needs to be added here:
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=97788
RESIDENT GRUMPY OLD MAN.

xsnailx
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by xsnailx

Thanks for the warmth welcome :) bike added to above TT topic.
Here are some details how the di2 cables are hidden between extensions and how the garmin is mounted. I made this from sparse carbon left after cutting various seatposts on my and my friends bikes
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kgt
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by kgt

That's really special!

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Kastrup
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by Kastrup

I really enjoy these DIY solutions!
"Stay cool and try to survive" A. Klier to the other members of the Garmin classics squad the night before P-R.

wojchiech
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by wojchiech

nice front end - nice and clean :thumbup: :beerchug:

ajxd
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by ajxd

Best bike paint job I think I've ever seen.

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

One hell of a TT rig! :shock:

xsnailx
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by xsnailx

Thanks to fantastic Dash Cycles customer service i have my saddle redone with more padding - so i could proceed with another DIY project
I have created a small holder to use beaker concepts hydrotail with my saddle (it is in prototype quality now. i plan to make full carbon version in winter)
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xsnailx
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by xsnailx

I have installed new stem (tri rig sigma) wich makes a good job hiding di2 cables:
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Also testing a bta solution:
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Frankie - B
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by Frankie - B

Great pictures.
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

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