Italian racing passion - Now with new wheels Pg 2

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reggiebaseball
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by reggiebaseball

very nice!

lokoli
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by lokoli

Thanks ! :beerchug:

Now the bike is with 200-250 grams lighter than before.
New wheels: Miche Supertype 358
New cassette: Campagnolo Chorus 11-25
Tires: Tufo S3 Lite < 215g

Pics before very, very windy TT race yesterday.
Here it is !

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kgt
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by kgt

Nice ! How do you find the wheels ?

lokoli
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by lokoli

kgt wrote:Nice ! How do you find the wheels ?


The wheels are very stiff. The rims were with a great brake surface. Difference in depth between the front and rear rims may not seem like much on paper, but in real-world is big benefit in windy days! There are not very light with weight of 1260 grams but it's good enough for me. I find my bike much better with these wheels.
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reggiebaseball
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by reggiebaseball

how about removing the decals?

lokoli
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by lokoli

reggiebaseball wrote:how about removing the decals?


I'm thought of that.... and i know that these red decals are not matching with colours of the frame, but for now i won't to remove them.
I really don't like wheels without any decals on it. :)

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