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mrfish
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by mrfish

Nice, I lusted after one of these when they came out, or maybe it was the Tuscany? Whatever, it's nice.

But aesthetically you need 7800 DA, Alu record, new Veloce cranks or something else square taper as carbon cranks simply don't go with that frame.

Also the top-tube routed brake cable is a bit odd. I would use clear inner (i-link inner for example) or just go without the inner altogether as it's not as if scratches would damage the frame.

zipp404yuki
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by zipp404yuki

Great build.
I think black chainrings like CT2 would be better instead of gray one.

KB
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by KB

hard to fault. very nice build and i think the cranks look fine.

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Ramjm_2000
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by Ramjm_2000

Looks great, wouldnt change a thing.

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saroadie
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by saroadie

Beautiful.
"Bite off more than you can chew, then chew like hell." Peter Brock.

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kubad
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by kubad

New tubular A-Wheels

6.3kg


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