Storck Fenomalist Di2 (New pictures and weight-16 jan. 2013)

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sholiday
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by sholiday

If you want the all Black look, you should consider the 3T Blacked out version of the post, bar and stem-they would look great on your bike.
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Husum
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by Husum

I did, but it's heavier than this setup.
Still considering Enve one day, but only for the matte look.

But most likely I'll sand this down to remove decals and keep them matte, but that will have to wait for a rainy day.

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Husum
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by Husum

Cutting day

Steerertube
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Did the seatpost while I was at it.
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Saved me 38grams
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If you wondered how a 404 looks inside
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Done for now.

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Storck Fenomalist Di2
Shimano Di2
Mavic Cosmic SLR
3T Doric Ltd.
3T Arx Ltd.
3T Ergonova Ltd
Selle Italia SLR Carbonio
Lizardskin DSP 2.5
Planet X carbon QR
Look Keo Carbon
KMC X10SL

7,3kilo (16lbs). The final goal is to get it as close to 7,0kg as possible with the current wheelset

Future upgrades:

KCNC or DA cassette
Speedplay pedals
Ceramic BB
Garmin computer

cezinho
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by cezinho

Great bike. Congrats,

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Discoverspeed
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by Discoverspeed

Lovely build :thumbup:

Let us know how it rides.
Current Bikes: Storck F.3 5.5kg
Colnago Concept Art Deco CHDK 7/6.5kg
Collection: Team Ti Raleigh 753 Vintage Campy
Storck Organic Light 11.1kg
Ex: Storck F0.6 Di2 6kg, Storck F0.7IS Di2 4.8kg, Storck Aero2 7.04kg

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Kastrup
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by Kastrup

I concur with the rest. Beautiful bike!

And please, go with the DA casette, Di2 is all about fast shifting and you wont get that with an al casette.
"Stay cool and try to survive" A. Klier to the other members of the Garmin classics squad the night before P-R.

Husum
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by Husum

Thanks.. It's insanely fast, I'm 86kg so the weight is just for the fun of it, I still prefer a stiff bike over a WW build any day. :oops: And this one is STIFF!

Kastrup: I'll be riding Århus-København in september, let me know if you spot it "live"...

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Kastrup
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by Kastrup

I'll be competing myself actually :) So i think i'll have a decent view of the action :thumbup:
"Stay cool and try to survive" A. Klier to the other members of the Garmin classics squad the night before P-R.

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2002maniac
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by 2002maniac

I like it alot! Seems like the wheels are a bit heavy, but as you said, should be very stiff.

KB
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by KB

Regardless of weight, this is a wonderful looking bike. well done sir.

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by Montana

Well Done! Nice Look

Husum
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by Husum

More updates.. Bought a proper DA 11-21 cassette, Speedplay Stainless pedals and a bottlecage.

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The "old" Tiagra cassette

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New DA

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I have already taken the logos of the cage, so it's matte finish suits the frame.

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Old Look Keo 2 Max Carbon

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New Speedplays

And some proper pictures at last.

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Next project is sanding the stem, handlebars and seatpost down to a matte finish and without the MASSIVE logos.
And definitely need to remove the battery to the seatpost.

Weight is coming tomorrow..

Husum
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by Husum

A small update.. Although I did this a month ago, I think it's worth mentioning..

Was sick of the bottlecage-battery-holder-thingy, so decided to play a little with it..

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Saved a whopping 10grams :roll: , but most importantly I think it looks a lot better..

Whole bike is now down to 7,19kg with bottlecage and pedals. As close to 6.8 is still the goal.
Thinking about moving the battery into the seatpost next time I get bored.
Any suggestions to homemade-WW methods that could be fun to try out?

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Mario Jr.
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by Mario Jr.

I did exactly that last year on my Feno Di2. It's the only right way to do it.

For internal battery, you should find a RC helicopter battery (fits in the seat tube) and do some soldering.

sjc166
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by sjc166

I think that you ride is the "perfect bike". A great job in building it up with well thought out items. Great job!

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