Di2 made in vietnam

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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LIVENOSTRONG
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by LIVENOSTRONG

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monkeyburger
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by monkeyburger

HOLY F**K, McFLY!
C H A P E A U ! ! ! :thumbup:
Ok... Does it work, what does it weigh and where does the flux capacitor go?
OH, WTF!? I thought I had some crazy ideas! :unbelievable:
Phenomenal. :shock: Stick it to the man.

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Zen Cyclery
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This is epic. I am showing the boys at the LBS this thread. They would get a huge kick out of this.

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Kastrup
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by Kastrup

Would love to see a video of it in action. Just to see if it actually works or if it's all show :)
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Zakalwe
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by Zakalwe

Love the German ribbon cable into the rear mech.

adidavas
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by adidavas

Nice, please give more info.

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by Ypsylon

That is very cool, chapeau!

For those that want more, check this from 2009:

http://www.forum.light-bikes.de/showthread.php?t=8347
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Second pic down is a mechanism for raising and lowering the stem hydraulically, its pictured at max extension, can be lowered for a more aerodynamic riding position :lol:
Ti or dye!

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by Valbrona

SRAM prototype electronic shifting? (Said as a joke).

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So incredible that no mention of the spacer tower hasn't even been mentioned.

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Tinea Pedis wrote:So incredible that no mention of the spacer tower hasn't even been mentioned.


See two replies up :lol:
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BackRoadsBiker
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by BackRoadsBiker

This is awesome on so many levels.

It is a Trek 1.5
with a spacer tower
with resin pedals and toe cages
with a dork disk
and frickin homemade electronic shifting

Gives me all sorts of ideas... *fires up AutoCAD and gets McMaster-Carr catalog*
This board and the world in general would be a much nicer place if everyone could just take themselves a little less seriously.

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