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Good evening Gents, just a quick preview of my new BMC, can’t wait to ride it this weekend!

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seamaster76 wrote:Good evening Gents, just a quick preview of my new BMC, can’t wait to ride it this weekend!

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PinaRene
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Litte update, took of the golden decals on both sides. Now there are some Silver brushed decals on which I had them made by a company that does AI file printing. Also placed the new team handlebar/stem 40/110. Dura Ace items ( Crank - derailleurs - calipers ) I bought to give a bit of weight reduction. Now it's on the 7Kg mark with the Zipp 404FC. Have some climbing wheels on order that will bring the weight down to 6.65 - 6.7 Kg.

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bilwit wrote:
Sat Sep 03, 2022 5:19 pm
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What BB are you using? Any issues, creaking?

I want to swap my Quarq DZero into my RM01 but reading lots about DUB cranks not suiting BB86 well.

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I have recently joined the Swiss machine club - RM01 One

Incredibly happy with it already and a huge upgrade to my 2013 S Works Venge.

Already swapped the corsa’s for GP5K S TR’s.
Weighed in at 7.3kg with pedals and cages in 54cm.

Planned upgrades:
Swap in my Quarq Dzero with carbon ti chainrings
Cut steerer
CS OSPW
Darimo 0 offset seatpost
Galfer rotors
Potentially swap in the new aero carbon cockpit


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PinaRene wrote:
Sat Sep 10, 2022 11:20 am
Litte update, took of the golden decals on both sides. Now there are some Silver brushed decals on which I had them made by a company that does AI file printing. Also placed the new team handlebar/stem 40/110. Dura Ace items ( Crank - derailleurs - calipers ) I bought to give a bit of weight reduction. Now it's on the 7Kg mark with the Zipp 404FC. Have some climbing wheels on order that will bring the weight down to 6.65 - 6.7 Kg.

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Nice bike.

How the Dura-Ace 9200 crankset works with the 9150 derailleurs?

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PinaRene
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@iankovski : they work perfect - I use a 12 speed Dura Ace chain, C Bear pully wheels and shifting is spot on.

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PinaRene wrote:
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@iankovski : they work perfect - I use a 12 speed Dura Ace chain, C Bear pully wheels and shifting is spot on.
Amazing, I'm planing to change my SRAM Red crank and already find out some used 9200 even cheaper than the 9100. So far, no chain drops or anything? I only know about the incompatibility between 9100 crank and 9200 group but not the other way around.


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Is that the MPC Roadmachine on the left?


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Haggarty wrote:
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Is that the MPC Roadmachine on the left?


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Haggarty wrote:
Sat Dec 24, 2022 6:37 pm
I want to swap my Quarq DZero into my RM01 but reading lots about DUB cranks not suiting BB86 well.
i think i have the kogel bb86 dub one here but i can't recall anymore, in any case if you're going this route just get the cheap sram dub bb86, they definitely wear out a lot quicker (basically a year and change if you ride a lot)

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2020 TMR01. Looking forward to dialing in new 35cm Enve bars and 80mm DT arc1100 wheels.
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