FL's STORCK AERNARIO G1

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farm_lim
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by farm_lim

as always got derailed from the original plan. wanted to respray the r5 for a new look.
found this frame in classifieds almost new at a cant-miss price so ended up with another build.
tried to keep the build as german-ic as possible except for the usual suspects like the crankarms, calipers, cables, pedals.
most stuff came from my previous builds, only the wheels, rings, post and stem are newly acquired.

hope you like it.

BUILDLIST:
frame/fork: storck aernario G1/stiletto 300
handlebars/stem: syntace racelite CDR 400mm/ syntace F109 110mm
shift kit: dura ace 9070 internal
chain/ cassette: ybn 11s black/ recon aluminum 11-28
cranks: fsa k-force light 11bcd/ tune road chainrings 50/34
saddle: tune speedneedle alcantara
seatpost: tune schwarzes stuck 31.6
wheels: tune mig70/mag170 build with corima aero 47mm rims w/ continental competition 22
skewers: tune DC14 road
calipers: ciamillo -GSL Carbonlord black edition
pedals: speedplay zero ti

weight:5850g

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cockpit
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syntace bar x stem
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cable and tapework
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drivetrain
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recon x ybn
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tune hubs x skewers
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wheels and stoppers
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driveside
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non-drive side
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5850g
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Stolichnaya
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by Stolichnaya

Wow, great build.
This is the first time honestly where I saw a mounted FSA crank and thought, 'that looks proper'.
Enjoy that ride. Well done.

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

I really like it, the chainrings go well with the cranks and always like the weave in Corima's...

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by PSM

:thumbup:

thebuny
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by thebuny

Looks really good!

Any feedback from that recon Cassette? Had one and after 1000 miles several parts broke..

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Kayrehn
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by Kayrehn

That's a nice weight even with di2, hope you get much life out of the recon cassette! I really like the short head tube, not many bikes has that nowadays.

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by burglarboycie

That looks great! I love those rims

farm_lim
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by farm_lim

thanks for the kind words!

@thebuny, kayrehn
the first iterations yes didnt shift well and were soft. these newgen coated ones, ive gotten decent miles and have been using them for most of my builds. i also have a spare wheelset so they work for me.
you cant buy fitness, but you can buy advantage.

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by bencolem

For such a neat and tidy build that tape end to the bar tape is shocking!

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by AZR3

Beautiful build, love the black and white with the pops of red. Also, excellent job on the photography, wish all posts had the same image quality

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cerro
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by cerro

Beautiful! Love the look of that frame and your build look awesome :)

farm_lim
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bencolem wrote:For such a neat and tidy build that tape end to the bar tape is shocking!


haha, trust me its not 'crumpled' endtape. the bartape surface is textured so it showed thru the thin endtape. just like zipp dimples showing thru the decals, for lack of a better example. :wink:
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by xena

That's nice. I like your bike positon/set up, really shows the bike off to its best.
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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

nice build!

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