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rOYk
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by rOYk

After long time of over thinking what should I do, chose between new 2012 Supersix EVO or new 2011 Supersix hi mod+ Shimano C35. I came up with the verdict of 2011 Supersix and the C35 wheels. Until now, I use a 2012 Cervelo R3, I'm going the switch all of my 7900 components with the Supersix. who knows, maybe I will make it later this day..

Don't be warred by the long fork stirrer, I'm going to slam that stem low as possible!
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nismosr
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by nismosr

congrats on the new frame, why the switch to the super six ?

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rOYk
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by rOYk

After long long night, here is the full bike. I found that sweat corrosion ate my handlebar, so I will have to find a lightweight replacement for the old Easton EA70- I know this bar is heavy weight but I love the bar geometry and I hate the idea of adjusting the STI on new handlebar...
The only issue that left unsolved is the seat post and saddle. The newer SLR with "nose job" that I have is too red for this frame and the black SLR that I have is not comfortable for me, I will have to find some budget for new one. The seat post issue will be solved once I lay my eyes on the right one.
I don’t know what the bike weight is right now, I will find it in the next few days.
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by sawyer

Love it! Liking the C35 tubs on that frame with powermeter.
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by natiedean24

rOYk wrote:so I will have to find a lightweight replacement for the old Easton EA70- I know this bar is heavy weight but I love the bar geometry and I hate the idea of adjusting the STI on new handlebar...


Here is your replacement bars:

http://www.jensonusa.com/Easton-EC90-SL ... -Handlebar

EDIT: looks like they have already sold out of some sizes.

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rOYk
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by rOYk

natiedean24 wrote:
rOYk wrote:so I will have to find a lightweight replacement for the old Easton EA70- I know this bar is heavy weight but I love the bar geometry and I hate the idea of adjusting the STI on new handlebar...


Here is your replacement bars:

http://www.jensonusa.com/Easton-EC90-SL ... -Handlebar" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

EDIT: looks like they have already sold out of some sizes.



Good pricing..Thank you for the lead

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