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    had these reynolds wheels that i bought on some kinds sale over a year ago. finally putting them to use. also have a sweet pair of flux-built dtswiss/reflex wheels that suit this bike quite well.
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    Bike looks very sharp! I love those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david View Post
    had these reynolds wheels that i bought on some kinds sale over a year ago. finally putting them to use. also have a sweet pair of flux-built dtswiss/reflex wheels that suit this bike quite well.
    Love that color scheme and is one that I would have chosen if it was still available.
     

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    david,

    That is hot!

    Bill

    P.S. I'm always intrigued by the DA crank (and I suppose chain) with the Campy drivetrain. The Z3 that I bought from a German guy was set up that way, and he said that that setup was more common in Europe.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by happycampyer View Post
    david,

    That is hot!

    Bill

    P.S. I'm always intrigued by the DA crank (and I suppose chain) with the Campy drivetrain. The Z3 that I bought from a German guy was set up that way, and he said that that setup was more common in Europe.
    hey bill.

    i use a campy chain. not sure about a da chain, never tried it. i like the da cranks a lot. not that i prefer them over campy, but the da 7800 cranks are much cheaper than a similar record carbon crank. plus, they're super easy to swap out if you want to throw a compact on.

    the big reason i did this was to accommodate an srm power meter - which i'm saving for. i'm hoping to get the dura ace model and then it's two bolts to swap from bike to bike.

    by the way. all my bikes have 7800 dura ace brake calipers. i like the feel of them much better than record calipers of the same vintage. haven't tried the skeleton type yet.
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    This is a ex embrocation team bike I picked up from 30east. Craig knocked it aout of the park with these Corsa's.

     

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    G'day Jonathan,
    What do you like about the corsa compared to other bikes?
    What size is that?
    I love those colors. Looks solid.
    Cheers, gw.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    This is a ex embrocation team bike I picked up from 30east. Craig knocked it aout of the park with these Corsa's.

    one of the best bike i have ever built up for someone
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    Quote Originally Posted by david View Post
    by the way. all my bikes have 7800 dura ace brake calipers. i like the feel of them much better than record calipers of the same vintage. haven't tried the skeleton type yet.
    Great bike - all business, no BS. It looks lean & mean. Your parts mix is great too. Like the others, I like your Campag/DA drivetrain mix & your thinking behind it.

    Before I went 57mm reach for brakes, all my bikes also had the 7800 brakes combined with 10sp Campag levers. Best combination I've found too. I tried some Centaur Skeletons for a short time and they're OK, but the 7800 mix is still better. These days, all my bikes are 57mm reach, so sadly, no more 7800. But Shimano's 57mm calipers are no slouch either, and are almost as good.
     

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    Here is my Gaulzetti in dashing Svelte color combo. Went with the sturdy race build so nothing really special. It is still plenty light and has a great feeling when you are pushing hard on the pedals. Just a blast on faster rides and in races.P5300004.JPG
     

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    nice ryun. i saw another gloss black gaulzetti like that around here. looks great
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTBS View Post
    G'day Jonathan,
    What do you like about the corsa compared to other bikes?
    What size is that?
    I love those colors. Looks solid.
    Cheers, gw.
    solid, like a truck, but feels fast.

    It's got a 54cm tt and I run my saddle at 69cm.
     

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    Ryun,

    That looks like a basically perfect build to me.

    What size chainrings you got on there? Is it me, or are you running a pretty manly small ring?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    solid, like a truck, but feels fast.

    It's got a 54cm tt and I run my saddle at 69cm.
    Thanks Jonathan. Probably a 51 then. I received my black and green 52 today. I'm looking forward to racing it.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.Dyer View Post
    Ryun,

    That looks like a basically perfect build to me.

    What size chainrings you got on there? Is it me, or are you running a pretty manly small ring?
    Those are the stronglight 11sp rings 53/42t
    I live in Florida so I am not sure it is too manly. The only hills on rides are the bridges. I do get to use a bit more of the cassette than with a 39.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryun View Post
    Here is my Gaulzetti in dashing Svelte color combo. Went with the sturdy race build so nothing really special. It is still plenty light and has a great feeling when you are pushing hard on the pedals. Just a blast on faster rides and in races.
    Damn, that is fine. I've said before but it's worth repeating. Black bikes are all business.

    It's business time.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryun View Post
    Those are the stronglight 11sp rings 53/42t
    I live in Florida so I am not sure it is too manly. The only hills on rides are the bridges. I do get to use a bit more of the cassette than with a 39.
    Where in Florida are you? A VSalon Florida ride might be in order so I can see this beast.
     

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    I am in Jacksonville but willing to travel :)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryun View Post
    I am in Jacksonville but willing to travel :)
    Ah, we are pretty far from each other. Sometime though, all florida people should meet up in Ocala or someplace like that.
     

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    A breezy 100k in the books and still leaves you fresh as a daisy.

     

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