Colnago C64 PKWH Dura-Ace Di2

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Looks awesome. Nice to see you figured out that focus thingy dial on your camera. :)
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Thanks Cal. I gave the camera to dog. Much better results.

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Lol.
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FTPWhor wrote:
Wed May 23, 2018 8:19 pm
Beautiful build. I am waiting for my frameset to be shipped (BFBL). Does the frameset come with the Top Cap?? Spacers? What other Accesories are shipped with the frameset? Thanks.
It comes with top cap but no spacers

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by TurboTommy

Guy that looks fantastic!

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by FTPWhor

Thanks!!

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TurboTommy wrote:
Wed May 23, 2018 9:04 pm
Guy that looks fantastic!
Cheers buddy. I've put a thousand miles on it already!

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Awsome build. I've just put R9150 DA on my C60 and struggling to find some spiral wrapping for the di2 cable and rear brake cable to tidy it up. What did you use? Ideally I should be using heat shrink but it's all built now and I don't want to disconnect and remove the cables to install.
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MrMojo wrote:
Thu May 24, 2018 1:07 pm
Awsome build. I've just put R9150 DA on my C60 and struggling to find some spiral wrapping for the di2 cable and rear brake cable to tidy it up. What did you use? Ideally I should be using heat shrink but it's all built now and I don't want to disconnect and remove the cables to install.
Thanks - it's just a standard 8mm electrical spiral wrap. Should be on Amazon or most hardware places.

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Thanks. I’m an electrical engineer so should have known that one!
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MrMojo wrote:
Thu May 24, 2018 2:06 pm
Thanks. I’m an electrical engineer so should have known that one!
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Loving the look of the new tires, bet that is one damn smooth ride

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guyc wrote:Soooo - quick shots showing the Enve stem and the steerer cut down to its final length. Bike is wearing Bora Ultra 35's here rather than the 50's previously, and I think I may well prefer the 35's overall. Anyone thinking about Turbo Cottons should get some, these 28's are just wonderful.

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I reckon that's it for any tweaks now. The ride is absolutely perfect.
Amazing pics for an amazing bike. Congrats buddy...

Btw. I'm now deciding which Bora wheelset to pick, I've just booked the 35 but looking at your pics I think I like more the aesthetic of the 50.

On your above post u mentioned that u prefer the 35...can u explain your main reasons?

Thanks a lot!!!

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It’s a very close run thing. I prefer the looks of the 50’s but find the 35’s a little livelier and more ‘fun’. I suspect I only notice that because I run both. You could buy either set and be very happy.

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Heavenly, I could look at that all day :D

Agree about the difference between shallower and deeper wheels. I run 404s and 202s (both tubs) and as much as I'm an aero guy.. unfortunately the 202s just feel so much nicer to ride. They're fun to be on, whole bike comes alive.

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