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Perp
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by Perp

7.2kg with Garmin mounts also on (ready to ride weight)

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The quality of that frame is undeniable. Great color too!

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Jrtyoung
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Hi All, Check the timebicycles.com website - 2022 colours released. The photos look black and white but are actually colour. Frame colours on the ADH 01 are now: gloss carbon, matte grey and metallic blue

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21 custom paint with ultegra 8100...

Is the RTP option a new thing or have Time offered this previously?

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alistaird
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by alistaird

Just about to start my ZXRS build... Mock up done.

Frame from the dreaded 'bay but apart from a few minor scratches looks spot on. Bought it at the beginning of Covid and been in no rush to build it up. Final parts arrived last week so now just starting, will probably take a week or so as I'm taking my time to get it right.

Build list (without weights unless someone is desparate for them.)

Time ZXRS in XL
Time Ulteam Stem
Time Aero Carbon Handlebars
Campagnolo Super Record pre-2015 11 Speed
Campagnolo Comp Ultra Over Torque 52/36
Campagnolo BB30 Comp Ultra bearings
Campagnolo Super Record 11-29 Cassette
Miche SuperType Pedals
Miche SuperType 58mm Carbon tubular wheels
Zipp Tangente Tubs
Time Bottle Cages
Nokon Cabling
Rotor Chain catcher
PYC chain


Pics as I progress the build....

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Pics!


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alistaird
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m4k1 wrote:Pics!


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Definitely... Away at the moment. Will post when I start the build.

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alistaird
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ZXRS nearly full strip down..



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Out with the Ultra Torque


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And in with Over Torque

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Llanberis
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by Llanberis

Awesome! :thumbup: Makes me miss the same one I sold years ago (my first Time). Please keep the photos coming!
Work, cycle, climb, rest, repeat.

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That's a gorgeous build I always wanted one back in the day.

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alistaird
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by alistaird

Overtorque fitted... My first with BB30 and much easier than ITA30 (due to insufficient space for the adjustable spacer)...

Part way on...

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Fully on...



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Spacer now takes up the slack.

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Lockring in place.

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Quickset check and grease next.

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alistaird
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by alistaird

Quick question for Time fans... I've just reassembled the Quickset Headset and used my normal approach of preloading until it feels too firm and then backing off about 1/8 turn. Is that ok or is there a more precise method?

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Llanberis
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by Llanberis

alistaird wrote:
Thu Sep 23, 2021 7:00 pm
...preloading until it feels too firm and then backing off about 1/8 turn.
I've asked Time technical rep (before the company was sold) the same question, his reply is as below:
Adjusting the direction :
You tighten the Quickset to compress the bearings and then you loosen 1/4 turn or 1/2 turn, as you wish: soft or steeper steering.
For me, I think I did what you did, turn til tight (difficult to steer the fork), the back it off about 1/8 turn.

Love quickset, hope they could come up with a 2.0 version with cable integration magic.
Work, cycle, climb, rest, repeat.

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alistaird
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by alistaird

Llanberis wrote:
Thu Sep 23, 2021 11:07 pm
alistaird wrote:
Thu Sep 23, 2021 7:00 pm
...preloading until it feels too firm and then backing off about 1/8 turn.
I've asked Time technical rep (before the company was sold) the same question, his reply is as below:
Adjusting the direction :
You tighten the Quickset to compress the bearings and then you loosen 1/4 turn or 1/2 turn, as you wish: soft or steeper steering.
For me, I think I did what you did, turn til tight (difficult to steer the fork), the back it off about 1/8 turn.

Love quickset, hope they could come up with a 2.0 version with cable integration magic.
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