Specialized S-Works Tarmac Turquoise Dura-Ace 9100 build

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

A beautiful looking bike there...colour looks great!
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Calnago
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by Calnago

caballero wrote:@Calnago - the 9100 brake qr operates differently to the previous models. The qr is in the closed position in the photo above

Yes, after a closer look I can see that now. Thanks.


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sawyer
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by sawyer

Love the colour. And the wheels suit the bike

Bar and stem would look much better if from one brand

Spacer police have arrived and want to interview you also
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endershan
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by endershan

sawyer wrote:Love the colour. And the wheels suit the bike

Bar and stem would look much better if from one brand

Spacer police have arrived and want to interview you also


Good point! Call me data nerd or something, I chose the handlebar based on FWB test data - stiffest over all :)
I was seriously thinking about PRO Vibe Sprint stem but they don't have a 110mm, it's only 105mm or 120mm, so I opted for zipp, which seems stiff enough to compare with PRO.
I will have most of the spacers removed once I got a good fitting :lol:

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