Axman T3 TT Machine My Own Project GARENGE

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garenge
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by garenge

Hi,
Here is my current Triathlon and TT bike.
I'm only 18 years old and I finance all by myself so that's why it's only Sram Rival ;)
Sorry for my English.


Frame Axman T3 size 56
Fork Axman T3
Seatpost Axman T3
Bar Profile Design T2 Wing + T2 + Cobra Carbon
Brake Levers Profile Design Alu
Stem Profile Design Hammer OS 120mm
Headset semi-integrated Ritchey Comp Press Fit
Shifters Sram 500 TT
Crankset Sram Rival OCT 53/39 170mm
Chain Sram PC 1091 Hollowpin
Cassete Sram PG-1070 Road 11-26 10s
RD Sram Rival 2x10
FD Sram Force
Bottom bracket Accent GXP BB EX2
Brakes Tektro R 520
Rims PRO 700C Carbon 50mm
Hubs Shimano Ultegra
Tubular Tyre Vredestein TriComp
Skewers Shimano Ultegra
Cables Jagwire Racer
Frame Cages Elite Custom Race
Saddle cages adapter Accent
Saddle cages Zefal
Saddle Selle Italia NT1
Top cap CR Carbon
Bartape Pro SmartSilicone
Pedals Shimano R540



Training wheelset
Wheels Fulcrum 7
Tyre Duro Slickster
Cassette Sram PG-1070 Road 11-26 10s


Weight in this specification with Pro wheelset,cages and pedals :8,8kg (56cm)


Sorry for photos, I can't take good pictures. There was a lot of light in my room so I covered TV and window.



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bura
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by bura

Garenge,welcome to the forum.
Nice to see a bike from this Taiwanese manufacturer.
Well done.
Do you have the weight for the frame and fork only?
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garenge
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by garenge

Thank you ;)
I only know that the fork weight is about 420g and frame in size 50cm weight about 1200 g.

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by NGMN

Welcome, the bike looks great!

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by Juanmoretime

:welcome: another welcome. Very nice for your first tt machine. It's very deserving to be posted here:

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garenge
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by garenge

I just bought Pro Aerodrink kit 750ml :)

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by hansonator69

Very nice. Where do you buy Axman frames?
Slam your stem.

garenge
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by garenge

I bought it on ebay.de, new from private person. Very nice price ;)
It's costs about 1200euro in Germans shops.

garenge
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by garenge

I think that it looks much better with out stickers ;)

Sorry about bad pic

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garenge
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by garenge

Hed H3 and some small changes...

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Quinn039
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by Quinn039

neat project, but what is the deal with carbon weaves? 3k, 12k... doesn't matter... it never looks great. Unidirectional or paint it. IMHO of course...

garenge
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by garenge

The next step is to change the frame and after Christmas I will know whether I was a good boy and does Santa Claus like me;)

I think about Kestrel Airfoil Pro SL so I don't want to paint the frame or anything in it to change.

Thank you for your opinion and Merry Christmas :)

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micky
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by micky

Nice frame but one question; how about keeping the bars low and the arms support higher as the nowdays trend?

garenge
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by garenge

I hope that I understood good your question :)
It makes position more comfortable for arms and avoid pain of forearm area

xsnailx
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by xsnailx

Garenge, Micky meant setup like this where extensions are rised well above basebar with low stem and no stem spacers:
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but from this pic i doubt that it is possible with your bars:
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