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I love PJUS. Awesome color!

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hgw20 wrote:
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stunning bike! what tubing did you use to put the rear brake & Di2 cables into? it looks super neat like that

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Stunning!
Which handlebar is that?


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mikebuf73 wrote:
hgw20 wrote:
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stunning bike! what tubing did you use to put the rear brake & Di2 cables into? it looks super neat like that
Mmm It was "my mechanic" who did it. In Spain we called it "thermoretractil tape" not.sure if this is also the name.in English, sorry...


vdarth wrote:Stunning!
Which handlebar is that?


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Thanks @hgw20

Is it possible to please post a close up of the rear brake cable and Di2 cable where they enter the top tube? I am trying to figure out if both cables can fit into the single hole (intended for the rear brake cable) or whether the Di2 cable has to enter slightly forward of the cover plate, with the rear brake cable solely occupying the intended hole alone. Hope that makes sense

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Dig that bar tape. :thumbup:
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Tom06 wrote:
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what about the bar tape on the nds side ? Weight saving or s.th. else ;)

The bike looks really good! with the long and low stem! Can you give some specs ? Length / brand/ model ? Looks a bit like a ITM Krystal but I can't see any ITM branding ...

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stunning bike! what tubing did you use to put the rear brake & Di2 cables into? it looks super neat like that
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shrink wrap tubing ..
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frommel wrote:
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r4nd0mv4r14bl3 wrote:
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What saddle is that?

Sorry for such a late reply; have been away from the forum.

That is a Specialized Romin evo comp.I think it was one of the least expensive Romin models, with CrMo rails.

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great 90s bike that looks a lot like my first Colnago

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