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Picture of your Cervelo

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  • 08-04-2016 4:58 AM In reply to

    • Kiyda
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    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Cervelo S5

    Here's mine! 

  • 08-04-2016 8:04 AM In reply to

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    In these days, almost. After this pic: removed 5mm spacer, cut steerer tube leaving 2.5mm spacer above the stem. Overall the ride is great, I truly prefer feeling of S5 over the R5 (still very nice frame 2012 vwd). The only one, maybe two complaints are: 1. saddle clamp, tightening the bolt I had to go over recommended Nm to keep the saddle in desired position. With recommended Nm the clamp could not hold, especially if the saddle is max moved forward creating too big leverage. As a result the groves on the removable cradle part are almost gone. Although it seems to be fixed now, I can still have quite noticable cracking sound when my bottom hits the saddle harder. I am considering 2 position post, to have more balanced rails' support. Any experience swapping from 1 to 2 position post? 2. the way rear derailleur's hanger was screwed on to the frame. It was done so nicely, that if I would like to take the hanger out I would probably have to drill the screws out. These are quite small screws and it looks like somebody mounting the hanger didn't mange to notice it stripping them.
  • 08-04-2016 1:18 PM In reply to

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but the two-position post is a drop-in replacement for the one you have, with a 0mm setback or 40mm setback.  The one-position post you have is a 20mm setback.  So if you want to move the clamp point on the saddle rails more than 10mm in one direction, a two position post is for you.  W.R.T. the derailleur hanger mounts, I have the same problem.  The screwheads are so small, it's almost impossible to get enough torque to remove them without stripping.  Fortunately replacement hangers come with new hardware...

    2012 S5 Rival
  • 08-04-2016 1:42 PM In reply to

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    There is blue loctite on the derailleur hanger screws, use a "sharp" allen key to remove them. I already replaced them ..
  • 08-08-2016 5:17 AM In reply to

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Screws with loctite can be removed by heating them up with a soldering iron. Just touch the tip of the iron on the screw head for a few seconds and it will soften the threadlock enough to remove it.
  • 08-15-2016 7:13 PM In reply to

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    New Build: Frame: 2012 R5 VWD Custom Painted with shaved off cable stops on downtube (added wireless SRAM eTap) Wheels: ENVE SES 4.5 tubular wheel set Group Set: SRAM eTap Crankset: SRAM RED 175mm, 52/36 Brakes: SRAM RED Stem: ENVE 90mm Handlebars: ENVE Bottom Bracket: BB infinite with ceramic bearings Tires: Continental Competition (Tubular) Hubs: DT Swiss Pedals: Shimano Dura Ace PD-9000 Saddle: Fizik Antares 00 Seat Post: 3T Stylus 25 Stealth Team Bottle Cages: Arundel mandible carbon Computer/GPS: Garmin Edge 520 Final Weight: 13lbs, 11oz/6.2 kg
  • 08-15-2016 9:58 PM In reply to

    • trex021
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    • Minneapolis
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    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    BikeTheCoast - Love it!
  • 11-20-2016 3:16 AM In reply to

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    BikeTheCoast, beauty! Custom paint, that's the reason I still keep my r5 vwd. Meantime
  • 11-24-2016 10:08 AM In reply to

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Hi, what ist your saddle hight? Center BB - top of saddle? thx
    Cervelo S3
    Dura Ace Di2
    Stages Power
  • 11-29-2016 3:17 AM In reply to

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    81.5cm
  • 12-01-2016 8:23 PM In reply to

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  • 12-13-2016 9:17 PM In reply to

    • maustin
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    • Joined on 04-06-2010
    • Hobart, TAS
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    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Am trying to post a pic of my S3 in here, but am clearly retarded. Anyone able to give me some tips? I tried storing the photo on my public folder on Dropbox, then putting in my post, but that just displays a silly icon that you have to right click to actually view the image.
    That's what you get when you suffer - you get results
  • 12-14-2016 12:13 AM In reply to

    • Butch
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    • Joined on 07-07-2016
    • Southern Maine Foothills
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    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Go up to the top of this page, click on Forum and you'll see a Shortcuts box to the right of the list of threads. Click on the last item... "Adding Pictures". I haven't yet found the trick to post a picture either. I use Photobucket, and this is the only forum where I haven't been able to upload a picture. You're not alone.
    2015 R2 serious fun (climbing) bike will be upgraded some to become just a hair lighter
    Step 1: Lighter wheels... done! 1342g, down from 2000g
    Step 2: Fabric Line 142mm saddle w/titanium rails
  • 01-06-2017 11:15 PM In reply to

    • NIX
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    • Joined on 10-14-2010
    • Posts 101

    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Here's my S3...


    2009 S2 / SRAM RED / ROTOR 3D w/ AERO Q-RINGS / ZIPP 404 FIRECREST CLINCHERS
    2012 R5VWD / SRAM RED / ROTOR 3D+ w/ Q-RINGS / ZIPP 202 FIRECREST CLINCHERS
    2016 S3 / SRAM eTAP / ROTOR 3D+ w/ AERO Q-RINGS / ZIPP 303 FIRECREST CLINCHERS
  • 01-07-2017 2:17 PM In reply to

    • Butch
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    Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Nice S3... like the 303's on it. Where did you take that picture... paved trail along the ocean? Wow.
    2015 R2 serious fun (climbing) bike will be upgraded some to become just a hair lighter
    Step 1: Lighter wheels... done! 1342g, down from 2000g
    Step 2: Fabric Line 142mm saddle w/titanium rails
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