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  • Re: 2015 S3 - Ultegra 6770 Di2 upgrade/cable options

    My winter project is to do the same tidying of the DI2 cables. I will be using the bar end connector/junction box. I also have the wireless box for connection to Garmin. My plan is to drill two small holes in the drops near to the end to take the cables and then everything else passed through the bars. The only cable from the frame will the ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Neiltemperature on 11-23-2018
  • Re: 2017 S3 bottom Bracket

    Impressive B.B. Just been on their website, quite pricey but the US to UK postage is probably the show stopper, I have seen the Token Ninja which seems available in the UK at a more reasonable cost with ceramic
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Neiltemperature on 06-05-2018
  • Re: 2017 S3 bottom Bracket

    Come on, someone must have swapped out the bearings???!
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Neiltemperature on 06-04-2018
  • 2017 S3 bottom Bracket

    I am using the Rotor 3D crankset but fed up of the onboard bearings, does anyone use any of the various adapters from Praxis, Wheels Manufacturing etc?? Like the idea of going ceramic maybe.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Neiltemperature on 05-13-2018
  • Re: Seatpost S3 slipping

    Have you tried carbon paste around the wedge? My slippage always seemed to involve the wedge rising up 1-2 mm. I also sprayed the non visible part of the seat post with matt paint (3very thin coats) plus paste. I still have slip but its very slow, less than 1mm per ride.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Neiltemperature on 04-21-2018
  • Re: 2018 S3 Di2 Bluetooth

    Hi It depends on the battery, the latest ones have the Bluetooth chip but are generally more expensive. The codes are available on Shimano website, might be worth checking before purchase
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Neiltemperature on 01-13-2018
  • Re: Di2 on an S3

    Same here on the 2017 version, used sticky backed foam on the battery to stop noises. I also glued on some string in case I need to retrieve the battery in the future. I found it an easy build although some online hints/tips suggested removing the crankset first. This is a waste of time as all the wiring can be done from below the BB with a bit ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Neiltemperature on 12-21-2017
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