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dongustav
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by dongustav

2007 58cm Soloist Carbon Superlight
Sram Force full Grouppo
Zipp 606 tubular with Zipp Tangente & Dura Ace 11/23 cassette
(Ksyrium ES training wheels)
FSA K-Force carbon ergo bars, OS-115 110mm stem with neg-17 drop
SLR vanox 135g saddle (almost worn through)
Time RXS Titan Carbon pedals
Nokon Brake housing, Jagwire black shift housing
Polar CS100B wireless computer
6.84kg (15.1 pounds)

Can someone post this for me? Won't work when I do it:
[img]http://i18.tinypic.com/8aye6vb.jpg[/img]
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smithy1.0
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Orbea Alma Carbon MTB
GT-R Ultra Carbon Road

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smithy1.0
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by smithy1.0

You may want to re-size that down a bit...
Orbea Alma Carbon MTB
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aarw
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by aarw

looks like you posted it mate...

dongustav
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by dongustav

this is a re-sized version... but i still cant post myself - damn internet explorer!

[IMG]http://i8.tinypic.com/8bzq4k4.jpg[/IMG]


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by strobbekoen

Nice bike, and some serious drop too!

dongustav
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by dongustav

I've got a 1cm spacer in there for the fall/winter/spring. in summer, the spacer goes above the stem.

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F A S T

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jay cee
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dongustav wrote:I've got a 1cm spacer in there for the fall/winter/spring. in summer, the spacer goes above the stem.


why?
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by Grif

One of those bikes that looks like its going fast even when its leant against the wall :D
You must have the flexibility of a gymnast....I'd be in agony after a couple of miles with that drop :lol:

dongustav
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by dongustav

why the spacer change?

I live in the Northeast US and I usually put on few centimeters
worth of insulation onto my midsection in the winter, so i have
to raise the front end to help bridge the gap. :o

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jay cee
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ah-ha. how do you find adjusting back to the position?
Personally I find even the most minute adjustment noticeable. perhaps its in my head, but I do 'feel' it.
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dongustav
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by dongustav

Its not all that much different, 1cm lower. I feel it a little initially but as I get into race shape it feels normal.

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Warblade
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by Warblade

dongustav wrote:Its not all that much different, 1cm lower. I feel it a little initially but as I get into race shape it feels normal.


Maybe it's just me, or my years of racing, but a 1cm drop in drop is VERY noticable to me...

None-the-less, cool bike.
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