Cervelo S2 DA Di2

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Beancouter
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by Beancouter

Quick photo of my Cervelo S2 with full internal Di2. Off for a quick ride - will post more pics later.
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Ghost234
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by Ghost234

Can you post some more pictures of the front. I'm interested in how you made it so clean.

Alpine318is
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by Alpine318is

I think your rear brake cable is a TAD too long.
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Beancouter
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by Beancouter

Agreed on the rear - the front is a tad too short! Haven't ridden for 3 months with back/sciatica issues and was desperate to get out!! Will tidy it up once everything is stretched in.

Will take some more pics....


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Beancouter
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by Beancouter

A few more rubbish photos - currently living on a building site so this was the best backdrop I could find. Will do some more at some point .


Weight came in 10g over 7kg. Was aiming for 6.8 - could probably get there or thereabouts with my farsports 38mm carbon wheels.

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powenb
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by powenb

Wow that's tidy!
Is that the new junction box in the bar end?

Beancouter
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by Beancouter

Yes - feeding the cables took some patience but I think is well worth it.


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Alpine318is
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by Alpine318is

I couldn't figure out what looked odd about the front brake cables but then it finally hit me, you run right shifter to front brake! Rest of the bike looks amazing and I'm not normally a DA fan.
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Beancouter
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by Beancouter

That's the way we do it in the UK! Thanks for the comments


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ghisallo2003
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by ghisallo2003

Thats the way some people do it in the UK.

Jowwy
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by Jowwy

ghisallo2003 wrote:Thats the way some people do it in the UK.

Dont know of anyone in the uk, that doesnt run the right shifter as the right brake. Even in the hydraulic configurations available in the uk....its right shifter/right brake

ghisallo2003
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by ghisallo2003

You do now.

JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

Wow! Nice job making a super clean cockpit. Taking off some of the extra steerer tube and spacers should take a couple grams off.
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tmr5555
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by tmr5555

Is it a 56?
Enjoy!

Beancouter
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by Beancouter

Tmr5555, It is a 56. Many thanks

joeFlan - I will trim it once i have recovered from my back issues. Reluctant to take it too short in case it causes more issues. Weight aside, looks fugly!!!!


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