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moonoi
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by moonoi

8 months from ordering and it's finally here, waiting for it to be built, but in the meantime here's a sneak peak of the frame out of the box.

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Will be built with DA Di2, CeramicSpeed T45 Threaded Shimano BB, Vibe Aero bars and stem, Selle Italia Flite Flow Kit Carbonio Saddle and a Venn Rev 507 TCD wheelset.

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TonyM
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by TonyM

Nice!

The Pro Vibe aero bars and stem are really nice but the Pro Stealth Evo is even better and will match the Colnago concept better IMHO.

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moonoi
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by moonoi

I mainly went with this bar and stem because it definitely supports the bar end junction box I want to use, and it's cheaper than the stealth

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chunky666
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by chunky666

moonoi wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:34 am
8 months from ordering and it's finally here, waiting for it to be built, but in the meantime here's a sneak peak of the frame out of the box.

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Will be built with DA Di2, CeramicSpeed T45 Threaded Shimano BB, Vibe Aero bars and stem, Selle Italia Flite Flow Kit Carbonio Saddle and a Venn Rev 507 TCD wheelset.

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FINALLY!!!!!!

Pleased you've finally got it!

Looks lovely in white.

Fingers crossed it'll be built in no time at all and you can actually get out and ride it

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themidge
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moonoi wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:34 am
Selle Italia Flite Flow Kit Carbonio
They really need to come up with some shorter names for their saddles! Mine is a Selle Italia SLR flow vanox.
That frame looks really nice in white and gold, if a little hard to keep looking clean.

KotP
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by KotP

moonoi wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:34 am
8 months from ordering ....
Your patience has paid off, very nice.
moonoi wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:34 am
CeramicSpeed T45 Threaded Shimano BB....
Would you be able to provide the actual weight of the BB, or are you not doing the build yourself?

moonoi
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by moonoi

My LBS is doing the build, didn't think to weigh the BB when I had it in my possession, sorry.

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rexyi1990
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derosa2000 wrote:
Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:30 pm
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Peaceful life! Cool

AJS914
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First C64 to go on a date! :-)

KotP
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by KotP

moonoi wrote:
Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:01 am
My LBS is doing the build, didn't think to weigh the BB when I had it in my possession, sorry.

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That's a shame, thanks for the reply. Anyone else have the weight of the ceramicspeed BB?

I've seen a few builds with it but built up by a LBS not a weight weenie :P

nismosr
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another new build .. waiting for this one

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moonoi
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by moonoi

Almost done, not happy with the cabling (didn't install the cable stop at the entry point on the headtube), so have asked the LBS to do it properly before I pick it up, also need to sort out the fit, hence the stack of spacers at the moment, and not impressed with the tape job, but I can fix that myself later. Weight is pretty impressive though for a 56s disc aero bike...

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chunky666
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by chunky666

moonoi wrote:
Wed Jul 18, 2018 3:10 am
Almost done, not happy with the cabling (didn't install the cable stop at the entry point on the headtube), so have asked the LBS to do it properly before I pick it up, also need to sort out the fit, hence the stack of spacers at the moment, and not impressed with the tape job, but I can fix that myself later. Weight is pretty impressive though for a 56s disc aero bike...

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Very nice.

The cable stop has pulled out of mine already. Think I need to try and get it 'stuck' with something in there but I'm a bit reluctant to stick anything on the paintwork as I'm having to get the seat post replaced after the lacquer has a small section!

Also nice to see your weight is similar to mine. My wheels come up at 1700g and I'm using a basic saddle and stem combo. Still room to improve it but all in all not too bad

Pierrotdu37
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by Pierrotdu37

hello I'm back with my C59 Italia, with the the RD properly set (I hope so).

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Dealer's stickers removed, Colnago seatpost, and a freshly bought set of used D.A 9100 pedals (124 grams each).
Consider it as a final version.

Weighted in the shop 7.2 kgs with those wheels (Time Hi Tense/Frullani Concept: 1530 grams net weight without body/tyres)

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chefczyk
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by chefczyk

themidge wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 10:48 pm
Looks really good! How do you find the USE alien seatpost? (if it is that) I quite fancy it as an upgrade for my bike but the clamp isn't something I'm familiar with, is it good?

The clamp is the most annoying thing in the world - but not a lot of options for the 'nago...

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