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  • Re: Di2 Installation frustration

    I've done a few installs for friends. I think the reason you're finding it difficult to find info is due to the custom nature of Di2 installs. There's lot of options as to where to mount the the junction boxes, where to place the battery, where the wires will enter the frame, and even how you plan on making the connections - ie running ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 01-30-2019
  • Re: Cervelo S5 Disc weight

    From the white papers. Unfortunately it doesn't have any weight for the stem, bar, post etc..but the fork seems pretty light considering the aero improvements plus the move to disc. "The project goal to maintain or reduce frame weight was not a simple one. The external steerer fork, disc brake mounts, and increased torsional inertia ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 10-17-2018
  • Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    Ah ok props on the tubeies. I'd still personally want a 9xxg set of tubies for big climbs like that but way to go!
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 11-01-2017
  • Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    [quote user="Gurk700"]#62 of 100 hardest climb in the US! What better bike to take than R5![/quote] An R5 with lighter wheels? j/k, good job! What size frame is that?
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 11-01-2017
  • Re: R2 Love...

    Depends on how you define "adapter". Shimano spindles are 24mm, and BBRight is a 30mm standard, so the bearings chosen need to drop the id down to accept a Shimano crank. In the case of the new R series, Cervelo has chosen to use these with Shimano cranks; https://bbbcycling.com/en/bike-parts/bottom-brackets/BBO-72 There's ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 10-07-2017
  • Re: Just a heads up - on buying a used Cervelo if you have a problem down the road....(you're on your own)

    Contrast that with Stages Power for example. I bought a used Stages Power meter on eBay, fused to an SISL2 crank arm. Backstory - For those that don't know, SISL2 crank arms are Cannondale factory supplied cranks for their high end bikes. Super stiff, extremely light, The only part CDale still makes in the US. They retail for $1200 a set. ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 09-17-2017
  • Re: Don't want to cut the steerer on my 2016 R3..

    Ah it's already glued in...because I'm pretty sure the insert is supposed to go below the level of the upper bearing, so I would imagine it's long enough to actually do that, and give full coverage on the stem. So I don't think you'll have any worries as far as clamping goes. And apparently you can slide the nut further down ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 03-14-2017
  • Re: Don't want to cut the steerer on my 2016 R3..

    In general, a slammed stem is safer than one with a bunch of spacers underneath. Adding spacers underneath creates more leverage on your steerer during out of the saddle efforts, but Cervelo does allow for 50mm total below the stem, 35mm of spacers and 15mm of bearing cover.. The thing i would be concerned about is, what is your stem clamping ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 03-14-2017
  • Re: Cracked dropout on S3 - warranty denied

    [quote user="sedluk"]Looks to me like the mechanic took off the front wheel and set the fork down too hard on the dropouts.[/quote] There's no paint missing at all from the bottom of the fork...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 04-19-2016
  • Re: Cracked dropout on S3 - warranty denied

    I'm sorry, not my intention. Mods feel free to lock this up.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by m66 on 04-19-2016
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