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Old 12-30-14, 02:51 PM
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Not particularly vintage...but definitely Classic looking...and one of my favorite rides...

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Originally Posted by Mister Fernand View Post
It's true that it would be better with Campagnolo, but the Mavic group is really very good material.
The best would be kept Mavic group for another bike (french bike) and purchase a Campagnolo group for the Pinarello.
The problem is always money.
I have a spare Record 9 Ti group waiting to be used. I just need the correct size FD clamp.

BTW, I wondered why my frame doesn't have a braze on for FD. Is that unusual?
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Old 12-30-14, 08:09 PM
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Pinarello Treviso I refurbished last year.

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Old 12-31-14, 06:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Bimdapogs View Post
I have a spare Record 9 Ti group waiting to be used. I just need the correct size FD clamp.

BTW, I wondered why my frame doesn't have a braze on for FD. Is that unusual?
You want to put a group with 9 speed?
I think your group is too young for this bike.

I think your bike didnt braze because at this period there were only derailleurs with clamp.
It's better without braze the selection of new parts is larger
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Originally Posted by Mister Fernand View Post
You want to put a group with 9 speed?
I think your group is too young for this bike.

I think your bike didnt braze because at this period there were only derailleurs with clamp.
It's better without braze the selection of new parts is larger
Yup, but I bought this to ride. I won't be as comfortable on group rides with DT shifters.
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Here is my Pinarello Montello custom built for me by Giovanni Pinarello in the Summer of 1985. I asked that they copy their popular painting scheme using black and white instead of color. All cabling is internal (similar to the Presitge model of the year prior). Giovanni added my name to the top tube. This bike was raced for several year. Became a single speed until I realized that was silly. It is a wonderful bike. True to Pinarello, the stickers are peeling off as we speak. I was able to visit him and his factory twice and tried to get a job with him after college when I lived over there. A very nice man who was a giant in cycling.

I paid a gigantic 595,000 lira for this bike

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Recently purchased this here in Norway. I've disassambled it to clean it proparly, and I'm currently struggeling to find the year and model, but are leaning towards Pinarello Super Record, around 1984(?). Any thoughts?

The decal indicates Columbus SL


Fully chromed triangle. The "pattern" around the bottom bracket shell is the same as on other Super Records I've seen.


fully chromed fork, matching frame and fork number


Campagnolo front and rear derailler - the latter says 'pat 84'


Campagnolo Strada (170mm) crank, Cinelli stem and handlebar (and saddle)


The brakes are Campagnolo. The wheels that came with it were Mavic GP4 rims on Maillard (Helicomatic 7s - rear) hubs (maybe not the originals?).

Any help is much appreciated.
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I was hoping some one with more Pinarello experience would chime in...judging from the rear derailleur, it's probably 84-85. Super record model. Change that heliomatic.
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Old 04-03-15, 03:51 AM
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I'm new here and spending my first post on this thread. I have this Pinarello in the garage. Desparate in need of some restauration. Planning on doing this summer. Does anybody know what kind/type it is?

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@bikebakman - Welcome! And thanks for making your contribution to this thread!

Best bet is to try to match from the catalogues here: More pics would help too. close up of head tube, fork crown, seat cluster, bottom bracket (top, bottom and from rear), and maybe drop outs. @dkd is a good example above. Note that Montello's don't have a chain stay bridge due to the design of the bottom bracket. Also note where there are pantographs or not. Are there some on the seat stay caps and crown?

When comparing, you will need to pay attention to the exposure of chrome as well as paint schemes. Let us know what you think it might be. I picked up one that was difficult to ID and I think it is a Tre Crime. I didn't have the original parts on it but based on the lack of features, that was the closest I could come.
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Old 04-03-15, 04:30 AM
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Thank you for the welcome and advice.
I do have more pictures. No close-ups I'm afraid. See below. Any pictures that are identifying the bike more clearly?
I found the bulgier.net site already. I'll have a look at it today.



By the way, it's got a Shimano 105 group set. I can't imagine these are original...

[edit] They probably ARE original. Witnessing this page from the '87 catalogue.
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Old 04-03-15, 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by bikebakman View Post
I'm new here and spending my first post on this thread. I have this Pinarello in the garage. Desparate in need of some restauration. Planning on doing this summer. Does anybody know what kind/type it is?

Welcome to the intensity. Great color, I would always have fresh white tape on that one.
Consider rotating the bars back. And figure out why the saddle is required to be in a nose dive. The way it is set up would cause me endless arm effort and induce me into using too big a gear.

I would consider a better crank set, in this case 105 series or better, 600, Ultegra....
Toss all the parts and go Campagnolo... But I am a Campagnolo Man.

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Old 04-03-15, 08:48 AM
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Yes, I definitely am going to rotate those bars. Also:
- put new saddle on it. In the right position,
- STI brifters (Sora or RSX),
- threadless stem

I think the crank set is already 105 series...
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I finally had time to get the bike out to take some pictures. See attached.

To sum up the hardware on my Pina:


Gear levers: Shimano
Brake levers: Shimano Exage 500 EX



Brakes (front & rear): Shimano Exage 500 EX



Front Derailleur: Shimano Altus
Rear Derailleur: Shimano 105



Crankset: Sugino Maxy ??



Headpost: SR ??
Seatpost: Campagnolo



Hub front: Shimano 105, HB-1055
Hub rear: Shimano RX100, FH-A551

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Old 04-09-15, 02:44 PM
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Did some research on the net and found this bike. Pinarello Record | Cycle EXIF
I fell in love. For sure. I really like the whole freshness of the bike.

My Pina is going to be my first race-road bike. I want to learn how to build, upgrade, maintain and offcourse, ride this bike. I am going to use the bike for commuting this summer, about 40km a day. I don't have the money to upgrade all at once. With the idea to have something like in the link above, what would your upgrade path look like? I appreciate your ideas.

By the way, I just made a deal for two Campagnolo Chorus brakes (silver skeletons, 3 year old)...
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@bikebakman if that is the set up for your ride, I would be concerned that the frame is too small. That post is way up there as is the stem. I would not convert to a threadless stem. Did that on my Colnago and didn't like the results.
[IMG]BHBDS Cropped by superissimo_83, on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]1983 Colnago Superissimo by superissimo_83, on Flickr[/IMG]

As far as upgrading goes. I would take it as it comes. If you are patient and look, you are likely to find what you want over time. Don't be in a hurry. If it currently works, use it. As you replace parts, you may want to sell what you replaced to offset the added cost of buying individual parts. Best approach is to save up for a group.

My Pin is all DA but for the post and HS. I was thinking of selling it as a group and buying Campy to replace it. Trouble is that I really like the DA! I would rather put it on the Trek 760!

I am not converting back to tubulars too. Wheels with tuby rims are a little easier to find and lower cost. As an example, I found a pair of Chorus hubs with Hardox Strada rims unused for $50!
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The size of the frame is 59 cm. The way the post and stem are setup is not my way. The setup belonged to someone else. I have never used this bike yet.
What is DA? I have to get used to all the cycle-lingo..
Thanks!
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[QUOTE=bikebakman;17686765]

Crankset: Sugino Maxy ??



Headpost: SR ??




QUOTE]

The crankset and headpost is Sakae/Ringyo (SR)

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I've had 5 Pinarello's over the past 25 years and they have all been the Asolo model with Columbus CONCOR tubing. Just a coincidence but they have all been nice to ride.

I recently converted my current Asolo from road racing guise to a flat bared town runabout with a Suntour Superb Pro gruppo:




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Originally Posted by bikebakman View Post
The size of the frame is 59 cm. The way the post and stem are setup is not my way. The setup belonged to someone else. I have never used this bike yet.
What is DA? I have to get used to all the cycle-lingo..
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@bikebakman - Ah sorry, DA=Dura Ace.
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First time posting here, but long time lurker. Thought it was time. This is my 1984 Trevesio . . . I am the original owner. It is original paint, restored decals. Campy SR groupo, Cinelli stem and bars, a few pantographed pieces I picked up years ago. As I'm older, stiffer, and less gung-ho, it is ridden less often than my other rides, but the thrill is still there.

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Here's mine, as bought. The Shimano Tourney shifters work with the Campy everything else. Sadly This one has to be sold as despite all my wanting it not to be, it's too small.
My wife has shown an interest in biking, this one fits the bill, once she get used to a bike again using a low step-thru Trek hybrid. The awful quill adapter is already in use on another bike to be replaced with either a Cinelli or Nitto Technomic stem and Cinelli bars, depending on what she prefers. The Tourney brifters are also slated for replacement with 8 speed Chorus replacing them along with new 8speed cassette and wheelset (chorus hubs, mavic open pro rims). A new decal set from Velocals is on it's way too. Glad I liked this one enough to hoard it for a year or so.
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Originally Posted by repechage View Post
Welcome to the intensity. Great color, I would always have fresh white tape on that one.
Consider rotating the bars back. And figure out why the saddle is required to be in a nose dive. The way it is set up would cause me endless arm effort and induce me into using too big a gear.

I would consider a better crank set, in this case 105 series or better, 600, Ultegra....
Toss all the parts and go Campagnolo... But I am a Campagnolo Man.
I've decided I slowly will toss the parts and go Campagnolo. I already bought a set of BR9-CH skeleton brakes.
About the casette. Currently it has a 8 speed. Can I swap it with a modern Campagnolo 10 speed without frame modifications?

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Okay, summing up the costs of Campa hardware I'm no longer sure this will make me (and the wife ) happy...
Today I spotted a complete groupset of used Shimano Ultegra 6600 for a very reasonable asking price. I might buy this. Will the crank (Hollowtech ??) fit on the old style BB my Pinarello has?

Edit: I guess this is what I have to do? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcyaSEAhI5k

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