Colnago Master 30th Anniversary AD4

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NS
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by NS

Currently building a master 30th anniversary

Build list So far:
Master AD4
DA9000 Group
Fizik Cyrano Carbon Seatpost
Fizik Antares Braided
Deda Zero 100 Bars
Deda Superleggero stem


Here's a photo of the build so far the 303s are temporary until I decide on wheels.
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Untitled by nikxl, on Flickr
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munk93
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by munk93

Somebody might flame you for those components on that frame, but It won't be me. Those zipp wheels look kind a nice. If you really want another pair of wheels, then go classic (low profile tubular alloyrims. Mavic Reflex, Ambrosio or similar), og keep the style of performance and get a pair of DA C35. Maybe remove some of the stickers, so "Dura Ace" is the only graphics on the wheels.
No matter what, your bike looks really good. :thumbup:

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Black or silver? 4mm? I should have one. PM me.
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by LionelB

The oven handle is disrupting the visual ;-) The DA and Zipp stuff as well ;-)

NS
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Yes, not a great photo sorry just thought I'd give people the opportunity to flame me for putting DA9000 on a Master.

I am looking at 202's or Reynolds Attacks, something of that nature to put on it but as its only going to be used on dry days that week is a long way off in the uk so I have a lot of time to consider my options

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by lone wheeler

Looks good you Northern Monkey! :wink:

Might plumb for a pair of 202's myself in the new year or maybe some Enve 1.25's

You ok bud?

NS
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by NS

Enve 1.25's on chris kings.... They would be awesome!

I'm good thanks mate, hope you are well :thumbup:

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by lone wheeler

All good here. I was looking at the Enve's on Chris Kings, at least here they won't be as common as the Zipps.

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CBJ
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by CBJ

I love it great to see a different kind of build that bike just looks like a blast to ride.

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by majklnajt

Very nice!
How about dark Zipp decals?

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by GT56

LionelB wrote:The oven handle is disrupting the visual ;-) The DA and Zipp stuff as well ;-)



that's the frame pump !

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by oreoboreo

"Frame pump" I was thinking the same thing
Let's finish the ride with a 20% grade.

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ScuderiaDouroux
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by ScuderiaDouroux

NS wrote:Yes, not a great photo sorry just thought I'd give people the opportunity to flame me for putting DA9000 on a Master.


Ok, I'll bite. DA 9000 looks ridiculous on a classic Italian steel frame. 8)

NS wrote:I am looking at 202's or Reynolds Attacks, something of that nature...


I have an old Italian steel "restomod" myself, and I threw some de-stickered Reynolds R2 wheels on it. They use the same 32mm rim depth as the Attack. They're shallow enough to look classic, but the carbon still makes it look modern. Also, the V-shape goes with the master better than the rounded 202.

Then again, no point in going for a more classic theme when you run that Battlestar Galactica looking groupset.
Long live the horizontal top tube, standard crankset, and Italian threaded bottom bracket.

NS
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I think battlestar Galactica is actually older than the original master

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caballero
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by caballero

Which 1-1/8 to 1" shim did you use with the superleggero ? I was told by deda not to use the stem with a 1" shim as it wasn't approved and to use another of there stems.

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