Pictures of Colnagos

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chefczyk
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by chefczyk

drooooooool

nismosr
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by nismosr

michel2 wrote:
nismosr wrote:That looks familiar ;) looks good


i just saw your post on the colnago thread at velocipede forum.. (-:
personally i prefered the build with 2015 group and the neutrons.



They are actually the older Hyperon Tubular Wheelset.

SuperDomestique
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Just built another orange c60.

This is a 60s, DA 9150, zero nites.

Doing another 56s next week with bora ultra and SR EPS. :)


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moonoi
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by moonoi

That looks really good for such a huge frame!


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by kgt

+1

benp
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by benp

Did you weigh the 60s?
Hopefully my 60s frameset will be with me shortly so interested to see what a fairly stock configuration will build to.


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SuperDomestique
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Didn't actually no, too hectic getting it ready in time.

I'll try to remember when it comes in for a tune up.

Nejmann
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SuperDomestique wrote:Just built another orange c60.

This is a 60s, DA 9150, zero nites.

Doing another 56s next week with bora ultra and SR EPS. :)


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What size is this? :)

samuelcfadams1986
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by samuelcfadams1986

60s


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chefczyk
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by chefczyk

Took the ole gal out in the city

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kytyree
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by kytyree

Very nice.

I wish I still had that gruppo, but I learned my lesson and won't sell another.

gwilliams
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by gwilliams

samuelcfadams1986 wrote:
markyboy wrote:
samuelcfadams1986 wrote:
markyboy wrote:i always put helitape under the front and rear arches to stop scratches and on the drive side chainstay to stop chain slap on my c60,bought from paragon tapes ebay.
you could always put a strip down the front of both sides of the forks as well.
nice colour c60 btw :thumbup:

Hey thanks for your response, did you have to cut the strips to size or did they do a kit for the C60 ?


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the tape comes in a roll and you cut off what you want,you can also stick a small piece on the headtube to stop cable rub.
when you stick it on you dont even know its on there.

Ok no worries, did you bother with protecting the Lugs at all ?
I have all my mtb frames protected with invisiframe so I have used stuff similar before. I assume this stuff comes off easier my if you heat it up and that it doesn't damage the frame ?

Sam


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A company called Shackwrap have recently applied protective film to a C60 frame in the same colour way. They have a website plus Facebook and Instagram feeds.

SuperDomestique
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Can't wait to build some of these up! 8)

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m4k1
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by m4k1

the new mapei colours do nothing for me. too metallic.
nothing comes close to the original mapei scheme

moonoi
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by moonoi

I love the new Mapei C60, if I could find someone to take my MHCF frameset, I'd order one in an instant


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