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fanboy
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by fanboy

My Venge

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*saddle has since been adjusted

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trustbran
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by trustbran

That looks Monster Fast ^ :thumbup:

nigel379
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by nigel379

Love that venge! Makes mine look like sh$t. Just upgrade to a quarq with s-works cranks and it will be perfect.

RM27
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bikeaholics.de wrote:
RM27 wrote:
bikeaholics.de wrote:This is my stealth Canyon ultimate cf all Parts scratched down and repainted.

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What did you use to sand the frame? I would love to Stealth my Zero.7 but am hesitant to sand the clear over the carbon. Looks great!


I've scratched down the paint with the scissors of a cutter knife. You have to scratch with an angle of nearly 90°. I did this with my tcr advanced before but the ultimate cf has had much more white paint. I only scratched down the tubes. The triangles where difficult so I was very happy that a friend of mine Marco Appel Soda blasted the rest of the paint down. The frame weights now 883g before it was around 1160g.

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Wow, that is a huge difference in weight. Looks great as well. I have to see if I am brave enough to try it out on my frame.

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Fuchspk.....gorgeous bike and photos! :podium:

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by NiFTY

Awesome venge. Agree with specialized quarq remark, but that is a big outlay. It does cry out for that 808 sticker on the front to be removed and some TT chainrings. Great build. One of the few bikes that suits the enve stem.
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Awesome shots of the Stevens!

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Awesome, but it is driving me mad not being able to see the shifter you use to change gears in the back. Am I missing the obvious?? :noidea:


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Fuchspk
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Yes, on the left side on the downtube/headtube - you can not see it in these pictures

Phil335
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by Phil335

That Venge looks amazing!

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Fuchspk wrote:
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More details on your build :D

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Fuchspk
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You can find more details in this thread :)

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little update (i know, no chain and brake-pads, because i already changed to my winterbike, sorry)

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sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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