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win32
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by win32

Anyone know what size and how it looks Di2 rubber plug at Bianchi Aria?
Somehow my plug is lost and no luck getting any info from Bianchi support or from store where bike is bought.
From now there is masking tape on hole but I want to buy that rubber plug.

Thanks! :beerchug:
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jekyll man
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by jekyll man

win32 wrote:
Sun Apr 11, 2021 8:18 am
Anyone know what size and how it looks Di2 rubber plug at Bianchi Aria?
Somehow my plug is lost and no luck getting any info from Bianchi support or from store where bike is bought.
From now there is masking tape on hole but I want to buy that rubber plug.

Thanks! :beerchug:
Is it a blank or the wire goes through it?
If its the latter, then its a shimano di2 grommet of which there are 2 types:
https://bike.shimano.com/en-EU/product/ ... -GM02.html
https://bike.shimano.com/en-EU/product/ ... -GM01.html
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win32
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by win32

jekyll man wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 1:03 pm

Is it a blank or the wire goes through it?
If its the latter, then its a shimano di2 grommet of which there are 2 types:
https://bike.shimano.com/en-EU/product/ ... -GM02.html
https://bike.shimano.com/en-EU/product/ ... -GM01.html
It's blank. :beerchug:

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jekyll man
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win32 wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 10:53 pm
jekyll man wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 1:03 pm

Is it a blank or the wire goes through it?
If its the latter, then its a shimano di2 grommet of which there are 2 types:
https://bike.shimano.com/en-EU/product/ ... -GM02.html
https://bike.shimano.com/en-EU/product/ ... -GM01.html
It's blank. :beerchug:
In that case then, measure the hole, and google that size (round or oval) blank grommets.
The worlds full of them, but you'll probably have to buy a pack.
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onurB
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by onurB

Hi guys!

My Oltre XR3, w/ ultegra and Reynolds 41mm wheels and Favero Assioma Duo, 7.8kg w/pedals.
Maybe I will swap the ultegra for a Campagnolo SR 11 and the wheels for a pair of Bora Ultra 50, it should be a good weight reduction... at least 600 gr
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notnow
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by notnow

New to cycling ~11 months ago, but am fascinated by bikes/parts. Built a couple bikes from scratch for fun, and have owned/maintained 20+ bikes since just 11 months ago. Few second-hand BMCs, Cervelos, Treks and Giants later and now I'm on my favorite project so far, an Oltre XR1. (Project because I like bikes more than I like cycling right now.)

Upgrades: Reynolds Assault wheelset, Integrated Carbon fiber aero handlebar, stem and spacers, Titanium skewers, Ultegra R8000 long cage rear derailleur, Ultegra 11-34T cassette, Ultegra Chain, Ultegra Front/Rear Brakes, Dura-ace R9100 pedals, Blacked out logos with vinyl wrap (fork logo, chain stay logo, seat stay logo, seat tube art)

On the way: 11-32 cassette (-140g), bar tape w/ celeste accents, carbon saddle clamp + carbon saddle (-200g)

Aiming to be ~6.8kg or below 15lbs (w/o pedals and bottle cages), currently at ~7.15kg.

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Finally got her built up and on the road this past week. Ended up using my old wheels but will get new wheels after the winter.
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tarmackev
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schs wrote:
Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:42 pm
Minor update of my Bianchi 928 T-Cube Carbon: AX-Lightness rims and Tune hubs. As shown the bike weight is 6.35 kg.
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I know it's old but damn I love this bike! Those early 2010's straight tube Bianchi's are stunning.

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Calvaire wrote:
Wed Feb 20, 2019 11:49 pm
My contribution:

Mario Cipollini's FG Lite from the 2005 season. It has gone through long periods of hanging on the hook in my shop, but every time I take it down I wind up making it my "go-to" bike again. Such a rocket and just plain fun to ride.

Gotta love the custom geo: 53x58 with an "M" stamped in the BB shell just for him.
How does not get more love? the great Cipollini's bike. Stunning.

Pierrotdu37
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by Pierrotdu37

Calvaire wrote:
Wed Feb 20, 2019 11:49 pm
My contribution:

Mario Cipollini's FG Lite from the 2005 season. It has gone through long periods of hanging on the hook in my shop, but every time I take it down I wind up making it my "go-to" bike again. Such a rocket and just plain fun to ride.

Gotta love the custom geo: 53x58 with an "M" stamped in the BB shell just for him.
My FG lite, sold 4 years ago, unfortunately...

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It was very well specced by the previous owner (a really talented amateur racer), unfortunately very very uncomfortable

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tarmackev wrote:
Thu Mar 16, 2023 7:05 pm
schs wrote:
Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:42 pm
Minor update of my Bianchi 928 T-Cube Carbon: AX-Lightness rims and Tune hubs. As shown the bike weight is 6.35 kg.
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More pictures here: http://vive-le-velo.blogspot.ch/2012/12 ... -2012.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
I know it's old but damn I love this bike! Those early 2010's straight tube Bianchi's are stunning.
:thumbup: I still like it a lot. I reduced a large part of my collection but I kept the 928 T-Cube Carbon.

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