Pinarello Dogma

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VesaP
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by VesaP

Here is my new ride. Pinarello Dogma, size 53. It weights 6.5 kilos.

Speclist is Campa Super Record levers/derailleurs/chain/cassette, Campagnolo original cables, Zero Gravity brakes, Clavicula cranks with Ceramicspeed bearings + FibreLyte chainrings, Speedplay Nanogram Zero pedals, Syntace F109 stem, Syntace CDR Carbon bar, Selle-Italia SLR Kit Carbonio saddle, Campa Record bottle holders, FFWD F5R Powertap wheels with DT Swiss 190 Ceramic front hub, Continental Competition tubulars. I also have ZIPP 202 front wheel with Ceramicspeed bearings and light tubular tyre for the windy conditions. Bike would be 200-300 gram lighter with that wheel I think. I dont remember the front wheel weights right now...

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Calnago
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by Calnago

This is the nicest Dogma I've ever seen. The frame complements the wheels and vice versa, perfectly. Only thing I see that makes me cringe in the slightest is that perhaps you cut your cable housings just a tad short, but very easily remedied. Or, maybe that's your preference. Everyone is entitled to their own way of doing things. Anyway, you certainly get a thumbs up from me on this build. Well done.
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by kdogg32

That's some serious bike porn. :thumbup:

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Great bike. I've bought Pinarello FP3 and I'm happy, too))
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by Michel

very nice! :thumbup:

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Dig the Clavicula and SR mix. 8)

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by Westifer12

:no1: Well deserved for the best Dogma I've seen! My only suggestion would be for a set of tubie Bora's
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by coloclimber

Very Nice.
Whats your seat height?
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by g_doraz

I may be a little biased, but this is B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L! Very nice build and great attention to detail....Now go and race the sh*t outta this thing! :D
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VesaP
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by VesaP

Thanks for your comments everybody! Bike looks nice and it sure is nice to ride also. Only small problem is that seatpost wont stay upright during ride. I have put the carbon paste and used over 5nm in bolt right now. There says in frame that maximun torque is 3nm but with 3nm I just sit the saddle and seatpost goes down. :oops: I have cut the seatpost to the minimun length. Anybody have any advise to correct the problem? Well, I will tomorrow testride it with that 5.5nm. Maybe it now stay upright. There is 200km ride coming tomorrow. It it works that ride, It will works for ever.

coloclimber wrote:Whats your seat height?


It is 70cm from center of the bottombracket to top of the saddle. I am 179cm and I have quite short legs...

edit: I did that 200K ride yesterday, and seatpost was ok! I think I have resolved the problem now. It took almost 6nm torque to keep the post in place.

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