S-Works Aethos Build, Di2 Dura Ace, Red/Gold

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.

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justonwo
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by justonwo

jphu wrote:
Wed Jun 30, 2021 9:45 pm
justonwo wrote:
Wed Jun 30, 2021 8:06 pm
jphu wrote:
Wed Jun 30, 2021 6:06 pm
Just curious what type, size, and length screw are you using for the alpinist cockpit mount screw?
The mount screw? For the top cap? I don't know.
the gps headunit mount. the screw for the mount onto the handlebar. i've heard and seen screws breaking, just wanted to see what size you used. i have a 1030 plus edge and scared it might be too heavy.
Ahh. Ok. I'm using a 20 mm M4 cap screw. It's plenty bulky and long. My guess is that the mount itself would break long before the screw gave way. Or the threaded insert would become dislodged. It seems plenty sturdy to me.
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Taiyoto
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by Taiyoto

this is from Taiwan, very famous dealer make for customer Aethos,

total weigh is 5.48kgs , enjoy it!!!
wheelset: ax-lightness 25T
Sram Red
saddle: mimic


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sotonguy
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by sotonguy

Taiyoto wrote:
Fri Jul 09, 2021 3:23 am
this is from Taiwan, very famous dealer make for customer Aethos,

total weigh is 5.48kgs , enjoy it!!!
wheelset: ax-lightness 25T
Sram Red
saddle: mimic


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I love this build. First one I've seen with full internal cables... I'd be interested to know how they achieved it.

jphu
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by jphu

sotonguy wrote:
Wed Jul 21, 2021 6:42 pm
I love this build. First one I've seen with full internal cables... I'd be interested to know how they achieved it.
the cables just aren't connected. not sure why he posted the incomplete build in someone else's thread :?

IvanZg
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by IvanZg

jphu wrote:
Wed Jul 21, 2021 6:52 pm
the cables just aren't connected. not sure why he posted the incomplete build in someone else's thread :?
Look at the first photo. Hydraulic lines are connected with the calipers and are not showing anywhere else on the frame.

Maddie
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by Maddie

There's only one way to achieve this. You need to drill the steerer.

Taiyoto
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by Taiyoto

this is a complete finished bike with full internal cables...
it use a FSA handlebar and stem to put the cables inside.
So now TCR can use the same way
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gSporco
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by gSporco

Holy crap, so not only was the steer tube drilled it was shaved flat in an area to get the cable behind the steer tube to enter the downtube.. So, looks wise awesome.. But, and a big but.. that cant be safe at all.. I would hate to be on a descent with the fork snapping off..

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ryanw
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by ryanw

That is utterly suicidal.
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Broady
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by Broady

ryanw wrote:
Thu Jul 22, 2021 6:08 am
That is utterly suicidal.
Yeah, that is a terrible idea.

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Wouldnt even ride that thing on a flat course.
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I'm a CAT 3 Masters racer, not a dentist.

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by MrCurrieinahurry

I wouldn't even let Ryan ride it

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ryanw
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Yea you would!
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by gwilson

I'm especially concerned that it sounds like a shop would do this for you? Even if no one realised how bad an idea it is, I'd expect them to refuse just out of fear of lawsuit.

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