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Tillquist
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by Tillquist

Here is my new time trial bike for this seson :)

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Full Specification.

Frame: Trek Equinox TTX 9.9 SSL size M
Fork: Bontrager Race XXX Lite TT carbon
Crankset: DA black 177.5mm
BB box: CeramicSpeed
TT chainring: Fibre-Lyte Full aero 54t / 45t
Handelbar: Walser Bar2
Stem: Syntace F139 w/ti bolt
Headset: FSA Orbit IS Carbon
Top Cap: Fibre-Lyte (Custom Tillquist)
Seatpost: Bontrager Race XXX Lite TTX Carbon
Brakes caliper: Campagnolo Record '07 + KoolStop sko
Brakes levels: SRAM TT
Gear shifters: SRAM R2C
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Record carbon
Rear derailleur : Campagnolo Record carbon w/KCKC Ceramic wheels
Cassette: Dura Ace 7800 11-21T
Pedal: Speedplay Zero w/ Alu plate (Custom Tillquist)
Chain: KCNC X10X9
Sadel: Prologo Nago EVO TTR
Wire: Campagnolo Record
Cable housing: Standart
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Tubulars: Continental Competition 19
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Weight: 7595 gram (W/ Zipp dish & 808 front)
Weight: 7655 gram (W/ Zipp dish & 1080 front)
Weight: 7695 gram (W/ Zipp dish & FFWD Five-T front)
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Here are some picture of the part Trek hase weight tunet on the SSL frame.

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as said on the other forum... very very impressive, it must be very hard to lose with such an machine :shock:

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Holy cow, this is staggering! :shock:
The most agressive looking bike I have ever seen :shock:
Really nice, congrats.
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Very nice new TT bike you have got there!
Althought I like the Project One paintjob on the older,
I had already a feeling like you where gonna buy the Walser model 2, with the PM's you gaved me to ask info. 8)
Nice to see you got it!

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I thought it was coming in mid-MARCH?

Either way, there it is, and it is awesome!
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jmg3 wrote:I thought it was coming in mid-MARCH?

Either way, there it is, and it is awesome!


Yes thats was the info I got first, but 28 feb it's arrived :D
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congrats, congrats

Mine arrives (repainted) next week and will be built, weighed, and photo'd soon.

Still looking for a set of those elusive neo pro's in 172.5......
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Morten, this is simply unbelievable... incredible how you managed to even beat you old project and yet build an even more impressive TT bike!! Congratulations.

Please some extra pics!! :D
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C a s r a n wrote:Morten, this is simply unbelievable... incredible how you managed to even beat you old project and yet build an even more impressive TT bike!! Congratulations.

Please some extra pics!! :D


Thanks

I just need a new Syntace F139 260 75 mm 17° stem, before i can completed the bike. I hope next weekend I can post alote of new picture :)
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Really stealthy !!! amazing bike!! How did u painted the cranks?

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xpert wrote:Really stealthy !!! amazing bike!! How did u painted the cranks?


The crank is painted by a car-painter.
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Tillquist wrote:
xpert wrote:Really stealthy !!! amazing bike!! How did u painted the cranks?


The crank is painted by a car-painter.


Did they sand it before , any special preparation? i am thinking of painting an ultegra crankset for my TT bike black or white ...

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xpert wrote:
Tillquist wrote:
xpert wrote:Really stealthy !!! amazing bike!! How did u painted the cranks?


The crank is painted by a car-painter.


Did they sand it before , any special preparation? i am thinking of painting an ultegra crankset for my TT bike black or white ...


I do now they use a special paint before the black one.
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HOLY SH*T! (@_@)

That bike looks out of this world!

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