Look 795 Blade RS 2019

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tomyboy123
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Look 795 Blade RS 2019, Dura Ace Di2 R9150.

-weight (Bora WTO 60): 7.7kg
-weight (Roval CLX 50): 7.5kg

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by Maddie

That thing is a beauty for sure!

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Gorgeous. Super nice and clean pictures!!

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Never thought red and gold would go, but I'm sold!

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What a beast!!
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That looks ace
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What a stunner!!

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Wow.. this is fantastic!

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Thanks. :beerchug:
It is nice and looking fast just sitting stationary, but......... unfortunately, not with some concerning issues, that we are trying to solve here on forum, with no help from factory. :|

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super !

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Looks great.
How is the rear brake with the stick out mount from the seat tube?

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:thumbup:
However
Campagnolo bora wto60 and Dura Ace :noidea:

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No issues from me mixing Campy wheels into a Dura Ace groupset, although the brakes here are TRP. I’m trying to convince someone right now that those wheels are the way to go, regardless of groupset.
Question to OP... how do those TRP calipers work with the DuraAce levers. Always thought the TRP’s were more geared towards a Campagnolo lever, but I have not kept up with their recent offerings and was never absolutely sure that what I just thought was actually the case. Have you, or is it possible for you at some point, to try the DuraAce 9100 calipers on your setup to compare? And what prompted you to choose the TRP’s over the 9100 calipers in the first place.
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Madone69 wrote:
Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:04 pm
:thumbup:
However
Campagnolo bora wto60 and Dura Ace :noidea:
Does times are long gone..... :wink: Best of two worlds, best of two worlds... :beerchug:

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