Finding (Cinelli) Nemo R12 Disc - Deep Section Tune Wheelset

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welchy
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by welchy

Stem is now slammed, Nokon cables going on with cut to the hydro lines too.

I've been looking at better disc options but may just go new wheelset to allow me to run AFS :)
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New Tune Stem, 3T bars (found myself always wary of Carbon when smashing descents and hitting holes!), extralite stem cap, Veloflex tyres.

Also, these arrived - I know I know colour mismatch. I work in aerospace and Ano Blue ad Red combo always makes me smile so I went for it, won’t please them all. But hey ho. When I get the bleed adaptor they will be going on.

Hope RX4s for anybody questioning..
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What's the weight of the rear caliper without pads?

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Klaster_1 wrote:
Sun Sep 15, 2019 7:49 am
What's the weight of the rear caliper without pads?
The Campy or Hope pal?

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welchy wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:04 am
The Campy or Hope pal?
Hope, in case I get a flat mount frame.

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Klaster_1 wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:25 am
welchy wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:04 am
The Campy or Hope pal?
Hope, in case I get a flat mount frame.
For you sir, 87g :)
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welchy wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 4:08 pm
For you sir, 87g :)
Thanks. I didn't expect FM rear to be 3g heaver than a PM version.

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Scales could be a tad out

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Winter mode running Vittorias in black - think I much prefer them to tan walls.. will be looking into mud guards soon as well and a respray in black.
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HC day today :)
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I wish HC season was a thing here - looks awesome!

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Ahh it's awesome, not the easiest when my bodyweight is 92KGs but on anything with false flat it's not too shameful :oops:

Going to go winter mode with some dia compe black fenders shortly..

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Interesing to see it with mudguards. But I thought the frame/fork had no guard mounts, what's your plan for installing the Dia Compe fenders, and what do you recon you can get away with in terms of tyre size?

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very nice!

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Tychom wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 10:02 am
Interesing to see it with mudguards. But I thought the frame/fork had no guard mounts, what's your plan for installing the Dia Compe fenders, and what do you recon you can get away with in terms of tyre size?
Will see what I can fashion - seem to not need eyelets on forks for them and ou can use the wrap-around fork mounts.

On the 28C at the moment it has really decent clearance, can definitely get 32C on there and probs a little more. There is an image on Cinelli website/facebook shared of a Nemo Tig Disc with CX tyres which is definitely a possibility for gravel riding etc. I just feel a lot more relaxed about slapping all sorts on this not being carbon, yes obviously the Carbon fork but getting a replacement fork for damage is hardly going to be hard. Also i'm wanting it resprayed so I can work out combos and tyres widths and damage paint and when I work out limits it'll go off for a respray.

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