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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2007 9:59 pm 
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Spikes wrote:
Great bike! But there must be a better aero lever then Exage for it surely? If I am not mistaken the early Ultegras came with white hoods. :wink:


Campag also did white hoods!


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[ red hot credit card ] LA LA LA !! I'M NOT LISTENING!!! LA LA LA!! I'M NOT LISTENING!!! [ / red hot credit card ]

Wanna see a pic when it's built up?


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Agency_Scum wrote:

Wanna see a pic when it's built up?


Yeah! Will it be soon?


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 9:52 pm 
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Yeah! Will it be soon?


Pics recently seen on STW suggest the deed is done...


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Simon wrote:
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Yeah! Will it be soon?


Pics recently seen on STW suggest the deed is done...


Best get my ass over there for a look.


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Whoa! That is one very large bike. :o

Very nice too I must say.

:)


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2007 1:49 am 
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This is better...


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Rides like a dream! Excuse the component choice, I'm fitting a Sugino Mighty 900 ( 180mm-natch ) when I've enough funds for a HollowtechII for the Karate Monkey.
The frame oozes quality and skill. George put in a massive fork rake and slack head angle to stop toe overlap and massively shortened the top tube to compensate-clever man. It's steering is quick!


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