DarthPryde BuraSL daily ride

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by Nefarious86

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by burglarboycie

Best looking 'stealth' bike on here by a mile!! Absolutely stunning.

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Kayrehn
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by Kayrehn

So... Lightweights for daily rides for you?

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by Wookski

Kayrehn wrote:So... Lightweights for daily rides for you?


Yes, they are perfect everyday wheels.

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by kgt

Nice and simple, just perfect.

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by Beverly

Wow, great stuff.

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by mrfish

Looks good, similar to a PZ5sl. Don't see what the fuss about the bars is about. These are in the ballpark- end of bar points to the rear brake and top of bar is roughly flat. The 3t picture is misleading. Nobody with half a brain would set up those bars at that angle.

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Threw on super record because it looks way cooler than DA
Also, bora tubs for the super windy days where lightweights try to kill me!

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by rekhyt

Bora >>> Lightweight based on looks.

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by IamnotWiggins

Looks SO much better with the Campag set up.

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by Bianchi10

I'm in love! Fantastic build up boss!

what are you thoughts on the stem? You feel that it flexes more than others you've used? I've always admired that stem, but shy'd away due to a couple stories of it feeling a bit "noodly".

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by McGilli

Wookski wrote:Threw on super record because it looks way cooler than DA


Ha! I love it. Sometimes you just need to put on parts that look better!

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by AZR3

Pure hotness!

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by Wookski

Bianchi10 wrote:I'm in love! Fantastic build up boss!

what are you thoughts on the stem? You feel that it flexes more than others you've used? I've always admired that stem, but shy'd away due to a couple stories of it feeling a bit "noodly".


I'm not a power monster and have not noticed any real difference compared to previous stems (3T & Thomson). The finish isn't that great compared to the bigger manufacturers- specifically the edge sharpness around the faceplate and steerer zone (already chewed through 1 bar before I had the edges filed down). That being said it's guys like Extralite that expose the laziness of major component manufacturers when it comes to pushing the boundaries of weight.

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Wookski wrote:
Bianchi10 wrote:I'm in love! Fantastic build up boss!

what are you thoughts on the stem? You feel that it flexes more than others you've used? I've always admired that stem, but shy'd away due to a couple stories of it feeling a bit "noodly".


I'm not a power monster and have not noticed any real difference compared to previous stems (3T & Thomson). The finish isn't that great compared to the bigger manufacturers- specifically the edge sharpness around the faceplate and steerer zone (already chewed through 1 bar before I had the edges filed down). That being said it's guys like Extralite that expose the laziness of major component manufacturers when it comes to pushing the boundaries of weight.



Hmmm good to know! cheers!

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