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liam7020
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by liam7020

A few recent upgrades - Dura-Ace 7900 shifters and derailleurs, 3T Ergonova Team bars and ARX stem, Look Keo Blade 16Nm pedals, Cateye Strada computer and Lizards Skin Race tape. Weight is now 6.6kg which is not as light some Addicts on the forum but a good solid race bike nonetheless.

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Powerful Pete
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liam7020 that is a very, very nice looking bike.

And a very good weight for a solid build!

White bikes are kewl... :thumbup:
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liam7020
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by liam7020

Powerful Pete wrote:liam7020 that is a very, very nice looking bike.

And a very good weight for a solid build!

White bikes are kewl... :thumbup:


Very many thanks for your kind comments Pete!
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FredBloggs
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by FredBloggs

Not a new Bike, but quite a few new parts recently added so thought you all might like to see it.

It was around 13.5 last time I weighed it although I could drop 300 grams just by swapping out my PT and putting my other rear Tub in.
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Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

Little frames are the next big thing!




(It's OK for me to say that. Mine is little. Thats what she said.)

FredBloggs
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by FredBloggs

Agreed!

Just checked out you Scott Addict Johnny Rad....

Noticed that you have the ILinks installed, or at least did have at the time you posted the pictures. Think you have installed the Outer housing the wrong way round. I say this as I have just fitted some to mine, as it didn't say which way round it should be installed and I didn't want to cock up the installation I had a look around the web for some pictures.

See Contador's SL3 from the 2011 Giro, his cables are mounted the reverse to yours...
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wisecrack
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by wisecrack

Wow some really nice Addict's out there...

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by Johnny Rad

Yes, I'm still happily running Alligator iLinks with my SRAM Red brakes. It's quite possible that they're "backwards" because it was the shop's first time installing them. They work great, but I wonder how much better they might be if the were turned around?! Doh. Here's a close-up.

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And another online image of the installed like Contador's bike - and not like mine.

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt ... Bw&dur=224

Anyone have an opinion?!

wisecrack
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by wisecrack

Here's my black beast...
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liam7020
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by liam7020

Very very nice. Weigh?
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by Home:Ballyhoura

FredBloggs wrote:Not a new Bike, but quite a few new parts recently added so thought you all might like to see it.

It was around 13.5 last time I weighed it although I could drop 300 grams just by swapping out my PT and putting my other rear Tub in.

Nice! How do you find those Planet X wheels and what did they weigh in at?

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A question for you guys; by what Ive been reading around I can set up my wider DA Srm just on an R3 and R4, can anyone kindly confirm?

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PinaRene
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by PinaRene

Due to the fact that I am the starter of this post I must show you the upgraded R1 I have. All Dura Ace 7950 Compact setup incl. the Dura Ace WH7850-CL wheels. I have the set-up with the XT pedals , because I ride the bike to work also and have to walk over there with the shoes.

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My 2011 Addict R1
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by Rappid

here is my training bike:

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cheers! :)

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