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petepeterson
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by petepeterson

Here's my latest build that I recently put together. If you like it then I am pleased to tell you that I am also looking to sell in the next month due to unexpectedly getting a new bike through my new club. Link to the ad in my signature but if you're interested just send me an email.

Frame: Size 58cm DenguFu FM066 SL BB30 Di2 in Matte UD finish (950gr)
Wheels:Yishun 38mm Carbon Clinchers and Tubulars with carbon novatec hubs. I have the exact same wheelset in both clincher. I have owned 4 sets of Yishun wheels and they are excellent quality and value. Never had a problem with them and I have ordered a new set to go on my new bike.
Tires: Continental Gatorskin clinchers on clinchers and Veloflex Criterium / Conti Sprinter on the tubs.
FD: Tiso Altore w/ Fibrelyte Carbon outter plate.
RD: Sram Red Black Ed.
Chain: KMC 10XL Gold
Cassette: Ultegra 12-25
Cranks: Hollowgram SiSL BB30 175mm w/ KCNC cobweb chainrings (53/39)
Shifters: Sram Rival Doubletap (logos sanded and clearcoated)
Bar: 3T Rotundo Aluminium 440mm C-C
Stem: 3T ARX Black edition 120mm
Seatpost:Dengfu 27.2 UD Matte to match frame
Saddle: Fizik Arione CX Carbon rails
Brakes: Ciamillo Negative GSL
Cables: Alligator iLinks.
Total: 6,790 grams

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plpete
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by plpete

Very cool build :thumbup: That frame kind of looks like a Cervelo R series judging by the rear stays and the downtube shape.

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michel2
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by michel2

Looks very nice, id swap my colnago for that (;
How does it ride ?

manne
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by manne

Black beauty!

trilocus
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by trilocus

I love the stealth look

el condor
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by el condor

A piece of art, absolutely my style. Congrats, well done.

locktopus
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by locktopus

That looks awesome. I wish they produced the 60 cm version. Love the cobweb rings!

Dallez
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by Dallez

Nicely done!

What bottle cages are those?

Kasparz
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by Kasparz

locktopus wrote:That looks awesome. I wish they produced the 60 cm version. Love the cobweb rings!

They do.

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prendrefeu
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by prendrefeu

These frames are looking better and better each time I see them built up.

I wish they were lighter though. The SL isn't light enough. :twisted:
Exp001 || Other projects in the works.

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devinci
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by devinci

nice bike!

this is my crank I think!

Bianchi10
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by Bianchi10

What are your thoughts on the cobweb chainrings?? I was seriously thinking about them but went with the praxis because I heard they shifter SO much smoother. Cobwebs looks wicked cool!

petepeterson
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by petepeterson

@Dallez
They are arundel mandible cages I bought from a fellow canuck weenie.

@Devinci
Yes your Hollowgrams are awesome!

@Bianchi10
They are definitely a bit more floppy than other chainrings but I find the shifting to still be very good with the Tiso FD.

paradawt
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by paradawt

OMG love it!
Cannondale Supersix '10

gravity
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by gravity

goodness! that is one fine build!

how long did you have to wait for this frame?

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