Purpose built aero Milani N107 Carbon- new pics 12/12/12

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BmanX
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by BmanX

Not if you actually want SRAM Red to work properly it can't.


Agree to disagree.
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BmanX wrote:
Not if you actually want SRAM Red to work properly it can't.


Agree to disagree.


With i-links maybe, but with standard housing it's hard to get the loop tight since it does some odd things around the cable stop/starts dragging.

i-links/nokons may be a worthwhile upgrade.
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by sugarkane

Sorry to burst your bubble... But you'll get drag with the I links and the nokons if you try to run the rear cable section real tight. If you like a nice shifting rear mech then a gentile rear cable run is a must.. It's really not worth messing with

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Again, agree to disagree as I have no issues.
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by dbow

BmanX wrote:Again, agree to disagree as I have no issues.


BmanX - When you get a chance, would you post a few close-up images of your cable routing up front? Much thanks.

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by dbow

I'm lucky enough to own 2 sets of American Classic Carbon 58's, so I peeled one set, as suggested. I kinda like both.

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