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ckempy
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by ckempy

Hi can anyone confirm the actual weight of the current Aeroad CF SLX 8.0 disc (mechanical)? Advertised as 7.3kg. Thanks.

Snabb
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by Snabb

I would really like some new colours. They should do a movistar version of the Ultimate cf slx.
Ride lots!

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slake21
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by slake21

what the hell is that plastic crap supposed to do? have yet to see one that wasn't cracked
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ckempy
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by ckempy

ckempy wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:15 am
Hi can anyone confirm the actual weight of the current Aeroad CF SLX 8.0 disc (mechanical)? Advertised as 7.3kg. Thanks.
Im trying to compare this with the Scott Foil 20 disc which is qouted as 1kg extra at 8.35kg for similar spec apart from the wheels. My current 2016 Aeroad 8.0 di2 was 300-400g over the qouted weight for size large so im assuming 7.3kg for the Aeroad 8.0 disc might be a bit optimistic.

lwk
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by lwk

Long shot, but anyone maybe have an Ultimate cf SLX fork for sale?

Nikisthirdwheel
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by Nikisthirdwheel

slake21 wrote:
Mon Apr 30, 2018 8:42 am
what the hell is that plastic crap supposed to do? have yet to see one that wasn't cracked
IMG_20180430_084955.jpg
I would also love to know this.

Also, has anybody ever swapped batteries on an Aeroad? I have a 2016 8.0 with Ultegra Di2, I want to install the latest shimano battery (BT-DN110) so I can use the e-tube app (Mac user). I have opened up the little bit of plastic on the underneath of the bike near the bottom bracket shell but it looks like the bottom bracket will have to be removed in order to get the existing battery out - somebody please tell me this cannot be true?!

Kesselflicker
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by Kesselflicker

Its true :-)

Nikisthirdwheel
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by Nikisthirdwheel

Well in that case, all I can say is that is a truly shambolic piece of design for assembly. Infuriating!

Kesselflicker
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by Kesselflicker

if you're lucky enough to expand the crank. if the grommet is mounted between the two bearings, the space will not be enough to push the battery out of the bottom bracket opening. Generally, it is easier if a bearing is removed. best to install new bearings right now. have fun :-)

hanakuso1
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by hanakuso1

So my Endurace was just delivered and I was installing it. I installed the front wheel and noticed it has way too much space and the fork was flexing. Then I noticed the bearing was exposed.
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I looked around and found a piece that looks like it fits. Does anyone know if the photo below is the correct way to install front wheel? Nothing else needed in between it? I'm disappointed there were no instructions in the manual about this.
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sfo423
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by sfo423

need thru axle cap. looks like you found it.

hanakuso1
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by hanakuso1

sfo423 wrote:
Sat May 19, 2018 9:04 pm
need thru axle cap. looks like you found it.
Thanks

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