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Old 02-29-08, 08:44 PM   #1
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fuji aloha cf2

this bike was given to me as a gift and i have a couple questions about it i was hoping someone could answer. everything ive seen about the cf2 says the forks are FC-770 bonded carbonbonded carbon, but my forks say FC-440 monocoque carbon on them. anyone know the difference?
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anything else you could tell me about the bike would be great, im probably going to end up selling it.
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Old 03-01-08, 10:14 AM   #3
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I'm currently shopping for a new TT bike, and the Aloha CF2 is on my short list. I've got no personal experience on it, but it really looks like a great bike. Fuji's new carbon frames are really nice. That company has really turned around in that last few years. Sure, some of the low end Fuji's aren't anything special, but their top end carbon bikes are getting great reviews and winning races.
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Not sure of the difference, but the CF1 and 2 come with the 440 fork. The CF' are nice, but it's hard to really get them in a good position with the stock post because they are 74 degree seat tube angle.

Nice bikes though if they fit you.
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