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MaxPower
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by MaxPower

nice

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by kampiakseli

Still missing 88 front wheel and disc to rear...
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by kampiakseli

Ok, now it's ready.

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by spdntrxi

I really like the look of that new orbea.

If I was to by a new TT bike soon it would be the impending Trek.
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by mrlobber

kampiakseli wrote:
Tue Jul 13, 2021 4:14 pm
Ok, now it's ready.
Nice setup!

Are the extensions Wattshop Anemoi? The pic blurs the front end into the shadow, more pics needed :D

And what about that saddle setback on the seatpost? :shock:
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by kampiakseli

The extensions are DIY carbon. Setback for saddle is in UCI rules 5cm behind bb. Extension are also accordin UCI rules in lenght and hight.
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I have no idea if they are aero... but they look bonkers good
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by kampiakseli

thank's,
I made these originaly to my previous rimbrake TT bike. I had to modify these to fit Orbea one post configuration. I have no data of aero gains, but there is clearly less material in the wind with these. Other advantage is confort. When you get extensions made just for you, it gives much better support.

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by TimmS

Those look good!
Have you made soms pictures of the process?
I'm thinking of trying something like that myself.

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by kampiakseli

I have no pictures of making these, but I have posted some pictures of my previous extensious. I made models that fit to my arms from polystyrene foam. Then I coveered them with carbon for firs time without pressure. Then I laminated several layers of carbon and used packing tape and heat gun for pressure.

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by kampiakseli

This is the way I did previous bars:
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spdntrxi wrote:
Wed Jul 28, 2021 6:46 pm
I have no idea if they are aero... but they look bonkers good
This x100
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by MaxPower

Those showstopper brake tracks are really something
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by Ritsuke

Still setting up the position but the TT is in the house. 8)
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by liam7020

That's a nice bike though you'll probably not be riding it up the Holloweg...!
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