Weight - Weenish C60

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jmagoulas
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by jmagoulas

Here is how she stands now. Not a bad weight for not going full out weight weenie and a size 52s. 6586 grams. Better pics to follow. I am happy with the weight, but can easily drop more grams with swapping out the 260gram cassette and 155gram campy skewers also the cromo Keo pedals but she rides like a dream.

Like I said better and more pics to follow.
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Fizik Antares mold and padded seat
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3T Rotundo LTD 440mm bonded to a MCFK 100mm stem along with a Garmin 1000 mount
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Before the Berk cockpit swap out.

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by corky

Nice........very nice

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Awesome bike and build choices!

How much did it cost to have the Fizik saddle bonded to the post? Also did he bind the actual Fizik saddle or replicate the shape?
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Wow that was the color I first wanted. Congrats it look awesome


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Yours is the same weight as mine but I have 9150 with a DA crank and brakes, plus Lightweights.
Looks good!

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Is that a 3T bar?

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PinaRene
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micky wrote:Is that a 3T bar?


3T Rotundo LTD 440mm bonded to a MCFK 100mm stem

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Sweet bike...but it needs Lightweights :lol:
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by michel2

why did the not glue the garmin mount to the stem, or even better glue it to he front of the bar in stead of using heavy hardware ?

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michel2 wrote:why did the not glue the garmin mount to the stem, or even better glue it to he front of the bar in stead of using heavy hardware ?


Ti hardware and removable in case times change for different mounts and also accidental break all easy fixes. Forward thinking.

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glepore wrote:Sweet bike...but it needs Lightweights :lol:

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:beerchug: Enjoy the wheels brother.

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In its current state.

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Why cables for brakes behind handlebar? Doesn look ok under bartape.

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anquetil wrote:Why cables for brakes behind handlebar? Doesn look ok under bartape.


The Rotundo bar does at least the LTD one does not have a channel or internal routing for the cable thus the routing behind bar. more comfortable at least for me.

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