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Leon
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by Leon

And finally a picture of the complete bike

Look 765 Optimum frame, fork, seatpost, stem and headset
Chris King t47 BB
Ultegra Di2 12spd groupset (Campy AFS03 discs)
MCFK bar
SqLab 612r carbon saddle
Look Carbon ti ceramic pedals
3t Discus c35 stealth wheels
Rubino Pro 28mm tires

The wheels I had lying around. Looking to change to hookless and tubeless. Probably the 303FC. Which is going to save some weight.
Weight complete bike (so incl. pedals, ICM, bottle cages, sensors etc.) now 7.7kg :shock: I actually aimed a bit lower....
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naavt
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by naavt

Leon wrote:
Mon Apr 17, 2023 8:53 am
And finally a picture of the complete bike

Look 765 Optimum frame, fork, seatpost, stem and headset
Chris King t47 BB
Ultegra Di2 12spd groupset (Campy AFS03 discs)
MCFK bar
SqLab 612r carbon saddle
Look Carbon ti ceramic pedals
3t Discus c35 stealth wheels
Rubino Pro 28mm tires

The wheels I had lying around. Looking to change to hookless and tubeless. Probably the 303FC. Which is going to save some weight.
Weight complete bike (so incl. pedals, ICM, bottle cages, sensors etc.) now 7.7kg :shock: I actually aimed a bit lower....
Nice :)

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naavt
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by naavt

I take the opportunity to show mine. Still finishing it. Drawing a 3d SLS printed heaset spacer to accomodate the integrated handlebar and finally cut the fork steerer:

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Leon
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by Leon

Also nice!! :thumbup:
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Devastazione
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by Devastazione

naavt wrote:
Tue Apr 18, 2023 9:19 am
I take the opportunity to show mine. Still finishing it. Drawing a 3d SLS printed heaset spacer to accomodate the integrated handlebar and finally cut the fork steerer:

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So beautiful. Do you mind sharing what size is it and and your height and inseam ?

naavt
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by naavt

Devastazione wrote:
Wed May 03, 2023 7:11 pm

So beautiful. Do you mind sharing what size is it and and your height and inseam ?
It's a size M. I'm 180, inseam around 86 IIRC. Saddle center to BB center is 73,2mm (Retul system)

Devastazione
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naavt wrote:
Thu May 04, 2023 10:46 pm
Devastazione wrote:
Wed May 03, 2023 7:11 pm

So beautiful. Do you mind sharing what size is it and and your height and inseam ?
It's a size M. I'm 180, inseam around 86 IIRC. Saddle center to BB center is 73,2mm (Retul system)
Thank you. I'm 183,86 and saddle at 767. Eventually M for sure for me too. Glad to see seatpost is now showing much too. Let me guess : it's a very arsh ride, isn't it ?

naavt
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Devastazione wrote:
Fri May 05, 2023 12:30 pm
(...) Let me guess : it's a very arsh ride, isn't it ?
Not at all, no! It's way more supple than many other bikes I had.

I'm running tubeless with 84 front and 88 rear psi with those 60mm Campy wheels. I find these Michelin Power Cups more supple than Conti GPs, almost like cotton Veloflexes.

The previous wheelset on this bike was a Zipp 303s and because they were hookless I ran them at 64 and 68 psi (front and rear), and I've noticed the change in terms of confort (Zipp being a bit more confortable than Campy(, but that was a trade off I was willing to make.

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A few smaller updates
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Ooooof thats lovely.. I miss my white 585. Super stuff

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Devastazione
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naavt wrote:
Fri May 05, 2023 5:14 pm
Devastazione wrote:
Fri May 05, 2023 12:30 pm
(...) Let me guess : it's a very arsh ride, isn't it ?
Not at all, no! It's way more supple than many other bikes I had.

I'm running tubeless with 84 front and 88 rear psi with those 60mm Campy wheels. I find these Michelin Power Cups more supple than Conti GPs, almost like cotton Veloflexes.

The previous wheelset on this bike was a Zipp 303s and because they were hookless I ran them at 64 and 68 psi (front and rear), and I've noticed the change in terms of confort (Zipp being a bit more confortable than Campy(, but that was a trade off I was willing to make.
Thanks, good to know. Is there space for 30mm tires ? Not that I would place them but I'd never go below 28.

naavt
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Devastazione wrote:
Sat May 06, 2023 11:27 am

Thanks, good to know. Is there space for 30mm tires ? Not that I would place them but I'd never go below 28.
Yes. You can go 30mm if you want. I'm running power cups 25 but they measure 27+ in Bora wheels. Plenty of space available for 28s.

I'll go 28 for the rear wheel next time, just to lower psi and improve confort (I'm not complaining about it, but I'll try that next)

Guardian
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by Guardian

Excellent 585, as well as your C50 in the Colnago thread, proper builds. :thumbup: :beerchug: My favorite era of bikes!

m4k1
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Thanks! Yes my favorite era too...thats why i also got two Times from the same era as well

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I like it a lot! 8)
m4k1 wrote:
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