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Lars K. P.
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by Lars K. P.

Your 928SL IASP looks very nice. I like this frame a lot and together with your equipment selection it looks fast!
I have a Infinito frame ready to build in my garage :)
Lars K. P.

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OCVeloMan
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by OCVeloMan

Sasha011 wrote:thanx OCVeloMan
your Litespeed looks fantastic! :thumbup:


Why thank you! Let us know how the ride quality is... I know that I have had good ISP (Look 595) and aweful (Giant TCR) so I'm interested in your thoughts...

Sasha011
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by Sasha011

@ Lars K. P.
when will we see the pictures? I believe I haven't seen any infinitos on th WW's... :)

Abput the ride quality... I am a big fan of Campagnolo/Fulcrum wheels and as expected they are fantastic, and I also expect some improvement when I go tubeless.
The frame itself performs excelent, ver lively. I read some bad comments on 928sl and I wonder what would I read about this one.
The whole ISP idea is nothing special... only makes the frame less comfortable and makes changing saddle height more complicated. I rode a Look with the integrated seatpost and think that that system is the best because of the elastomer insert which makes the frame more comfortable. The Bianchi is a very comfortable frame, handles well when out of the saddle and handles curves like a prostitute ( I stole this from someone on this forum :D ). The fork is incredibly stiff...
The FSA Integrated seatpost has some mistakes that I have solved but solving that problem only ruined my opinion on FSA ee more (broken stem, cracked seatpost, a friend had also cracked seatpost, play in the left crankarm me and 3 other friends...)
I'll post the pic so you'll see what the problem is... Really easy to solve but not necessary...
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Lars K. P.
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by Lars K. P.

My infinito will be posted within the next few weeks. However, you will find one other Infinito on the forum: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=67997&hilit=infinito
Lars K. P.

Sasha011
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by Sasha011

looks great!
your infinito is the same colour?
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tarz
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by tarz

very nice bike sasha!
Love this new Bianchi frame with the ISP, I guess thats the way all the manufacturers are going these days!
Looks very nice, all the colours and components blend together perfectly! :thumbup:

Sasha011
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by Sasha011

thanx tarz :)
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danbjpa
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by danbjpa

Hi Sasha011

Greeeat bike!!!

Could you tell me what the size (cm) of the name "Bianchi" on seatpost? What the size of the bottom bracket to center of the toptube?
I have 1,59m of height, and I would buy one 928SL iASP (size 50) like this. However, I´m afraid when it is cut the seatpost,cut the name "Bianchi". :cry:

thx!

Sasha011
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by Sasha011

Hi danbpja!

Sorry for the answer after such a long time.
Size of the name "Bianachi" on the seatpost is 11.5cm.
The other measure you asked for is 47cm.
the name "Bianchi" is written 1cm up from the joint of the top tube and the seatpost.
so actually 2cm highet than the center of the TT
Good luck!
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Sasha011
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by Sasha011

changed my saddle from Fizik Antares CX to Selle Italia Flite Carbon custom painted.
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