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Euch
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by Euch

liam7020 wrote:. Your frame is really beautiful. I take it M-Level stripped it back to the bare carbon before re-spraying?



I can't say, I think so... and thanks!

liam7020
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by liam7020

You see, you've got me thinking now. I have an open mould frame, R-016 bought from Velobuild, which rides really really well. Almost as good as my Tarmac or M10. But the paint job is pretty poor. Maybe I'll send it on a little trip to Flanders for a custom paint job...!!
Belgian Flag S-Works Tarmac viewtopic.php?f=10&t=144553

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Arnoud
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Inspired by the Chavanel I see!


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Darceking
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by Darceking

When someone customer pains there Tarmac or any frame, have you had it clear coated with Ceremic CLEAR COAT and if so, is it much of a weight disadvantage ?

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TwiggyTN
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by TwiggyTN

Still love everything about this bike.... Image

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chrisbint
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by chrisbint

My 2017 custom tarmac

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fritzbox
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by fritzbox

chrisbint wrote:My 2017 custom tarmac

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DaReef
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Joined: Mon Dec 19, 2016 2:36 am

by DaReef

By far my favorite bike. Recently added Wifli, 11-32 cassette, and Ee Brakes.

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rias
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by rias

hello everyone :D
this is my bike :)

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Component :
Frame 2008 S-Works FACT 10r carbon, 49cm
Fork S-Works FACT monocoque carbon fork
Stem FSA OS-99 CSI, 100mm
Bars FSA K-Wing Compact, 42cm
Bar Tape Fi’zi:k Superlight
Cables Alligatorilink
Shifters Shimano Ultegra 6800, 11sp
F. Der Shimano Ultegra 6800
R. Der Shimano Ultegra 6800, Pulley OS Fouriers 15T
Brakes Ciamillo Negative G Titanium
Brake Pads Shimano
Pedals Look KEO Blade 2 Carbon Cr
Crankset ROTOR 3D+, 170mm, BB30
Chainrings ROTOR Q-Rings 110BCD, 52-36T
Chain DURA ACE 9000
Cassette Shimano Ultegra 6800, 11-32T
Wheelset Campagnolo Shamal Ultra
Skewers Titanium
Tires Schwalbe, 700x23
Tubes Schwalbe
Seatpost FSA K-Force SB25, 27.2mm
Saddle Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio
Cages Specialized Rib Cage Carbon


Thank you

Regards
-Rias-

raggi
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by raggi

Been riding this over the summer.

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Ultegra 6870 di2, Quarq DZero power meter, Enve 4.5SES clinchers.

Moving most of the components over to an ultralight s-works frame in the coming weeks. It's by far the best bike I've ever ridden. There's a heap of pressure on the next frame to perform.

rias
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by rias

rias wrote:hello everyone :D
this is my bike :)

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Component :

Frame 2008 S-Works FACT 10r carbon, 49cm
Fork S-Works FACT monocoque carbon fork ->Cut steerer tube, CarbonTi topcap, J&L Headset Expander
Stem FSA OS-99 CSI, 100mm -> UNO "7" Alloy 110mm -17, tuned with Ti Bolt and Stem plate
Bars FSA K-Wing Compact, 42cm -> Unbranded Taiwan Carbon Bars, 400mm
Bar Tape Fi’zi:k Superlight -> Unbranded
Cables Alligatorilink
Shifters Shimano Ultegra 6800, 11sp -> Shimano Dura-ace 9000, 11sp
F. Der Shimano Ultegra 6800 -> Shimano Dura-ace 9000, tuned with Token Alloy bolt, Circus Monkey carbon clamp 34.9
R. Der Shimano Ultegra 6800, Pulley OS Fouriers 15T -> Shimano Dura-ace 9000, tuned with Token Alloy bolt, J&L Carbon Pulley 11t, J&L Carbon Inner plate
Brakes Ciamillo Negative G Titanium
Brake Pads Shimano -> SwissStop
Pedals Look KEO Blade 2 Carbon Cr
Crankset ROTOR 3D+, 170mm, BB BSA 30
Chainrings ROTOR Q-Rings 110BCD, 52-36T
Chain Dura-ace 9000
Cassette Shimano Ultegra 6800, 11-32T -> SRAM Red 22 XG1090, 11-32t
Wheelset Campagnolo Shamal Ultra
Skewers Titanium -> J&L Ti QR
Tires Schwalbe, 700x23 -> Continental GP4000SII
Tubes Schwalbe -> Maxxis Flyweight
Seatpost FSA K-Force SB25, 27.2mm -> Unbranded Taiwan Carbon Seatpost, 400mm, cut, tuned with J&L Seatpost Yokes, CarbonTi Clamp
Saddle Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio -> Selle italia SLR Tekno
Cages Specialized Rib Cage Carbon -> Exustar carbon cage tuned, J&L bolt

Thank you

Regards
-Rias-

Trow
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by Trow

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liam7020
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by liam7020

Very nice, is that a re-spray?
Belgian Flag S-Works Tarmac viewtopic.php?f=10&t=144553

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junchen
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by junchen

Nice red tarmac what wheels r those?

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Trow
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by Trow

@liam7020 @junchen

This is a factory colour, Specialized Tarmac Elite in 'Rocket Red' – "Specialized" is written on the down tube in a matte clear coat.

The wheels are from http://www.revolverwheels.co.uk

They are the Kronostok 5 model with DT Swiss 350 hubs, local wheelbuilders close to where I live in North East UK. No affiliation.

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