Di2 ready frames (Steel or Titanium)

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Vdzupdate
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by Vdzupdate

Dear Weenies,

Do you have suggestions for a steel or titanium frame wich is ready for Di2?

I know Baum Ristretto...

I've search throught the forum, but cant find anything..

Cheers,

by Weenie


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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

I think some of the nicest titanium & steel frames are made by Firefly at the moment...Di2 ready too
"It's not the destination...it's the ride!"

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fa63
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by fa63

If you are in the US, I believe Carl Strong will do either material Di2 ready for no upcharge.

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Stolichnaya
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by Stolichnaya

If you are referencing the Baum, then you are looking at higher end custom options.
Pretty much any custom steel or ti builder worth his/her salt will be able to create something that is Di2 specfic.

Vdzupdate
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by Vdzupdate

Well, i'm located in the Netherlands.

The thing is, i have right now a Beone Raw frame, full carbon, running with Dura Ace Di2.

So, yes i'm looking for some high end manufacter.

Just found also Blacksmith, a builder from the Netherlands.. And just curious what you guy's think and know..

Cheers

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

Stolichnaya wrote:If you are referencing the Baum, then you are looking at higher end custom options.

Incorrect.

All their road frames (barring the Espresso) can be made Di2 compatible.

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Stolichnaya
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by Stolichnaya

@ T P, incorrectly interpreted...
Baum is of course custom and can do Di2...
Just about any custom builder can do Di2 specific frames, was my comment.
If he is talking Baum, then cost is really no object.

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yubbers
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by yubbers

Guru Praemio (Ti) and Sidero (steel)

doesn't have to be custom. You can request it on the pre-set geometry options

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