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sfo423 wrote:
Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:00 pm
Anyone know if there is any difference between 2018 and 2019 F10 disc (other than colors)?
Only the color

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I just ordered a F10 disc and now starting the build spec. On the cockpit, is anyone riding the Most XFC 1K Aero Carbon or the XC Aero 3K bar? I currently ride Pro Vibe bars in a 42 (c-c) and the Most are all o-o measurement. Curious to hear from those riding Most bars in a 40 and how they stack up to a 42 c-c bar as well as hand feel. I think the areo 3k bar has flat tops and slight sweep back.

I will mate it to a Most stem; not sure which yet.

Then, on to wheels. 40mm-50mm.

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sfo423 wrote:
Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:00 pm
Anyone know if there is any difference between 2018 and 2019 F10 disc (other than colors)?
Color is the biggest difference but we have noticed some of the new frames are coming in with different grum screws for the seatpost.
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For those that built their F10 w/di2; what is cleanest set up for battery & box) (bar end unit, seat tube, etc).

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sfo423 wrote:
Thu Jan 31, 2019 4:51 pm
For those that built their F10 w/di2; what is cleanest set up for battery & box) (bar end unit, seat tube, etc).
I have the battery installed at seat post, it requires a special holder from Pinarello though. It's also much neater to have the junction box installed at the downtube instead of the bar end.
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sfo423 wrote:For those that built their F10 w/di2; what is cleanest set up for battery & box) (bar end unit, seat tube, etc).
Battery in the seatpost.
Charging plug in the down tube.

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Question for F10 owners;

I've never owned a bike w/an Italian BB (or threaded, for that matter); does the shell need any prep before install? Facing? Also, what is everyone using on the threads? Tape or waterproof grease? Other?

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Super easy. Both cups thread in clockwise (no left hand thread). Just make sure you put the right cup in the drive side, left cup in the non drive side. Normally I’d always face the shell where possible but with your Pinarello due to the raised carbon around the shell just assume it’s faced already and ok to go. Use some anti seize for the threads. You can use grease if you don’t have any, probably what most people do anyway. I used to always use a copper based antiseize but that stuff can be so hard to remove if you get the least little bit on your frame etc. Now I use Morgan Blue Aquaproof Paste for all those kinds of things. I wouldn’t use tape of any sort. Just makes it messier to clean off when you have to remove it. Do torque it to spec. If you don’t have torque wrench make sure it’s “real tight”. Threaded Campy cups get 37Nm of torque.
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:thumbup: Thanks!

Now just need to figure out disc wheel decision. Tough to find a do-it all wheelset for <$2k. Want tubeless, was looking at the DT Swiss ARC 1100 48DB or have Fairwheel build FSE 45mm w/cx-r and Carbon-ti hubs.

What is the forum F10 disc owners wheelset of choice under 50mm?


Calnago wrote:
Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:19 pm
Super easy. Both cups thread in clockwise (no left hand thread). Just make sure you put the right cup in the drive side, left cup in the non drive side. Normally I’d always face the shell where possible but with your Pinarello due to the raised carbon around the shell just assume it’s faced already and ok to go. Use some anti seize for the threads. You can use grease if you don’t have any, probably what most people do anyway. I used to always use a copper based antiseize but that stuff can be so hard to remove if you get the least little bit on your frame etc. Now I use Morgan Blue Aquaproof Paste for all those kinds of things. I wouldn’t use tape of any sort. Just makes it messier to clean off when you have to remove it. Do torque it to spec. If you don’t have torque wrench make sure it’s “real tight”. Threaded Campy cups get 37Nm of torque.

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Anyone w/F10 hydro?

I just got my frame and started to prep. The internal cable guides (you get a kit with multiple widget options; mechanical, electric, grommets, etc) does not seem to be complete. I am setting up eTap so I use the block off widget for the drive side and the NDS the only option is a double (high/low) cable guide widget. Should there be a single cable guide widget? I am not running anything else through the NDS guide; just the rear brake hose.

Ideally, I would have this option (top picture only) but it was not included

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One of a few iterations so far. Seatpost just got stripped, Rotundos are coming back off, and still waiting for a new BB so I can mount my THM M3.

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