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    Quote Originally Posted by velobran View Post
    Today - 45 miles of fast and furiousness. It was really windy though and I could still no-hand it over speed bumps with this thing.






    Thoughts on the Zetti compared to the Vagen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 54ny77 View Post
    Velobran, great pics. Where do you ride in ft lauderdale?
    Mostly up and down A1A - from Oakland Park blvd to Delray beach and back.

    Quote Originally Posted by DARKSIDE View Post
    Velobran,
    What size is that?
    54 w/ a 54.5 TT.
    Quote Originally Posted by PJN View Post
    Velobran - killer looking rig. What size is it? 56? Did you or jerk decide to go slopping tt?

    That embro team bike is looking badass too (even though the battery isn't on the isp). Hopefully we will be seeing more of these pretty quick.
    54 w/ 54.5 TT. The non long and low have sloping TTs I think - It just came like this, so I think that's the case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ View Post
    Thoughts on the Zetti compared to the Vagen?
    hmm - good question. I need to put the same wheels on to get the best comparison and a little more saddle time. But as of this very minute, the main difference is overall stiffness (and certainly out the saddle stiffness). I'll need more time to come up with an educated opinion/explanation.
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    Looks bigger than a 54, or maybe its because I thought you rode a bigger bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ View Post
    Looks bigger than a 54, or maybe its because I thought you rode a bigger bike
    Vagen is a 55 (55.5 TT - but more like a 55 due to the slack STA). 130 stems on both. Glad my bike looks taller though. Also - My saddle height is pretty tall - I must be mostly legs. 770 in the picture or pretty darn close to that. I could have gotten a long and low 56TT but would be too stretched out with a 120 stem and I'm not riding anything with a 110.
     

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    My size...mmmmm....( my weird thought process/drooling led me to realize that gaulzetti green = same color as gummi venus de milo.)

    That glossy grey ultegra looks pretty tasty too, might even look nicer than 7900.
     

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    Wow! Brandon that thing looks absolutely gorgeous! Everything from the color to the ultegra group looks fantastic! Congrats.

    Mike
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by velobran View Post
    Holy fat sparkly tubes. Still needs an adjustment or two. Initial 'round the block ride tells me this rocket shouldn't be street legal. Out of the saddle stiffness is out of this world. Tomorrow through Sunday will be full tilt shakedown rides. How many buzzwords/cliche statements did I just use there? I also need a black romin 143 should anyone have one laying around, unless I decide to switch to white.
    HELL YEAH!

    Congrats Brandon! Look forward to reading all about it and seeing lot's of pics!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonny View Post
    off of embros fb
    so hot

    Attachment 38525
    Damn that blue is sexy!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by velobran View Post
    Vagen is a 55 (55.5 TT - but more like a 55 due to the slack STA). 130 stems on both. Glad my bike looks taller though. Also - My saddle height is pretty tall - I must be mostly legs. 770 in the picture or pretty darn close to that. I could have gotten a long and low 56TT but would be too stretched out with a 120 stem and I'm not riding anything with a 110.
    I love the look of this bike - so very jealous!

    Dave
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by velobran View Post
    Today - 45 miles of fast and furiousness. It was really windy though and I could still no-hand it over speed bumps with this thing.



    ahhhh....so good.
    You have great taste in bikes.
    I have to start saving as no one sells these in my size...
     

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    no ride yet because i've been sick but i'll report as soon as i have some miles on it. thanks to soren and justin @ signature cycles for the build and pictures









     

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    Darren, thats HOT!
     

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    man alive! that thing is so hot.
    I want one so bad. Embro Blue with black decals, Joe racer build kit.

    three bikes that really blow my skirt up, Zetti Corsa. Warthog Max. TIME NXR.
    gotta have um
     

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    That looks so clean and stealthy. I keep ogling it. I need to tighten up my build a bit.
    Auk's words to live by:
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    Quote Originally Posted by velobran View Post
    That looks so clean and stealthy. I keep ogling it. I need to tighten up my build a bit.
    There's nuthin' wrong with your build. Zetti + Nemesis = Stella
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    There's nuthin' wrong with your build. Zetti + Nemesis = Stella
    Ah, I love my build over all. I just need to clean some things up. The cables routing is a little off on the handlebar, the levers need to go down a couple of mm's and I think I'm going to spring for the new 3T stealth bar/stem so its all black. And I need to put on a black saddle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by velobran View Post
    I think I'm going to spring for the new 3T stealth bar/stem so its all black. And I need to put on a black saddle.
    I don't own a 3T bar, but I just delogo'd my cannondale stem with a sponge and some windex... I've read about people removing logos from the 3t stuff with acetone or rubbing alcohol, so, if you have to retape your bars/adjust your shifters anyway, I would just go that route and save some bill$.
     

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    What kind of saddle is that?
     

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    BTW, craigs NAHBS rebate is an unbelievable deal. It tempted and tortured me for the past week.

    Oh yea, and Darren's bike is looking fresh.
     

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