NOS Cipollini RB800

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nismosr
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by nismosr

Got a hold of this badboy RB800 size Small at an awesome deal, I said why not .. fedex delivered it last week. good for a spring project.
Sold my C60 last month on a plan to get a C64 but that frame still hot and pricing is still up the roof, probably wait till the end of the year or early next year.

Build will be parts from the C60 SR EPS, Deda Cockpit, Wheels MFG Ceramic BB and Rotor 3D+ P2M Crankset, Bora One 35 wheelset or the LW Standard III depending of my weight. lol

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr

ImageCipo by nismosr, on Flickr

ImageCipo by nismosr, on Flickr

i think my scale is way off 821g ?

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr
- 2018 Colnago V2-R TNMR - Campagnolo SR EPS - Lightweight Meilenstein Schwarz ED - P2Max
- 2017 Colnago Concept CHDB - Campagnolo SR EPS - Bora One 50 - Deda Superzero - Stages
- 2015 Cipollini RB800 - Campagnolo Athena EPS - Bora One 35

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PinaRene
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by PinaRene

Wow , that is a great find - and if it was a great price it's even better :twisted:

FilmAt11
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by FilmAt11

That's a really good weight with ISP and the paint/clear coat - didn't realize the RB800 was so light.

AyBee
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by AyBee

Get it built :D

siim
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by siim

i think my scale is way off 821g ?
You should always place the scale on a hard surface. It seems your shot was taken with scale on some soft bench or something.

nismosr
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by nismosr

siim wrote:
Tue Mar 20, 2018 7:46 pm
i think my scale is way off 821g ?
You should always place the scale on a hard surface. It seems your shot was taken with scale on some soft bench or something.

Ahh thats why, even at 100g more I think Its still pretty good compare to my Colnago’s at 1130g
- 2018 Colnago V2-R TNMR - Campagnolo SR EPS - Lightweight Meilenstein Schwarz ED - P2Max
- 2017 Colnago Concept CHDB - Campagnolo SR EPS - Bora One 50 - Deda Superzero - Stages
- 2015 Cipollini RB800 - Campagnolo Athena EPS - Bora One 35

nismosr
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by nismosr

HT on the Small is way to short to normal frame I ride at 120mm, cone hs cover is about 25mm I think plus I have to add another 20mm spacer.

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr
- 2018 Colnago V2-R TNMR - Campagnolo SR EPS - Lightweight Meilenstein Schwarz ED - P2Max
- 2017 Colnago Concept CHDB - Campagnolo SR EPS - Bora One 50 - Deda Superzero - Stages
- 2015 Cipollini RB800 - Campagnolo Athena EPS - Bora One 35

nismosr
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by nismosr

Wheels MFG Bottom Bracket came in too

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr
- 2018 Colnago V2-R TNMR - Campagnolo SR EPS - Lightweight Meilenstein Schwarz ED - P2Max
- 2017 Colnago Concept CHDB - Campagnolo SR EPS - Bora One 50 - Deda Superzero - Stages
- 2015 Cipollini RB800 - Campagnolo Athena EPS - Bora One 35

nismosr
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by nismosr

Oversize cutting tool came in .. =)

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr


wax and ready
ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr

Red bb and shinny BB ..
ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr

my 3d+ P2M is on my Orbea Orca and using it on my trainer, waiting for my use FSA to go on the Orca but this is what it look like right now.

ImageRB800 by nismosr, on Flickr
- 2018 Colnago V2-R TNMR - Campagnolo SR EPS - Lightweight Meilenstein Schwarz ED - P2Max
- 2017 Colnago Concept CHDB - Campagnolo SR EPS - Bora One 50 - Deda Superzero - Stages
- 2015 Cipollini RB800 - Campagnolo Athena EPS - Bora One 35

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Calnago
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by Calnago


Nice, so you obviously mounted the battery in the seattube. Which mounting method did you use?
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beeatnik
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by beeatnik

Considering you've got that fresh Concept, RB800 over C60 isn't even a lateral move.

That said.

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kgt
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by kgt

RB800 is (was) one of the sexiest carbon frames ever IMHO. It is a shame that it is no longer produced.

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wheelbuilder
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by wheelbuilder

So nice.

nismosr
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by nismosr

Calnago wrote:
Fri Mar 23, 2018 8:04 pm
Nice, so you obviously mounted the battery in the seattube. Which mounting method did you use?
The bottle cage mount did not work so I cut up a hard foam packing material about 6 inch in the shape of the seat tube and cut a hole in the middle and insert the battery, I then push that sucker inside the seat tube lol

I’ll find out soon how it holds up.
- 2018 Colnago V2-R TNMR - Campagnolo SR EPS - Lightweight Meilenstein Schwarz ED - P2Max
- 2017 Colnago Concept CHDB - Campagnolo SR EPS - Bora One 50 - Deda Superzero - Stages
- 2015 Cipollini RB800 - Campagnolo Athena EPS - Bora One 35

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FilmAt11
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by FilmAt11

Press-fit battery cocoon...really looking good and I think it will be a great ride too.

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