Ridley Noah 2009 di2 *updated pics pg2*

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by nitropowered

Be careful with the rear brake. It could be too powerful and you might lock it up with older calipers and 79xx levers

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Updated!I received my crankset and the brakes!I miss bottle cages and stem :S
And ofc i must remove the tape at the di2 cables :P
I will take some outdoor pictures when i'll finish.
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And this is with a friend's wheelset!Not bad at all!
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bencolem wrote:Wooah - weapon's grade ride!

How about a Fulcrum RRS chainset?


Fulcrum crank all the way it will look and work fantastic!
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I already got one crankset :P

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nice bike .
can you take som photo's in day light ?

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Yes of course!But first i wanna finish with the built ,i miss a pair of bottlecages and a stem ,then i will take some better pictures :)

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Man that ride is dope! Double dope! Doppio!

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nice work :thumbup:

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I still missed a stem!I'm 90% sure that i need 11cm 6°
But i still don't know which one to get :(

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that looks sleek and bad ass. very nice!

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Updated!Di2 and srm cable integration.
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More pictures!And finally i put the bike on a scale: 7.12kg
Need some diet!Any suggestions??For sure i need some pedals ,stem and i must cut the fork steerer!


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Di2 cable integration:
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SRM cable integration:
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For sure i don't like this pic!
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