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2017 Pinarello F10 Team Sky Roadbike

Old 06-20-17, 06:50 AM
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2017 Pinarello F10 Team Sky Roadbike

Today's project is to build another road bike and it will be as mentioned before a 2017 Pinarello F10 Team Sky Colors Roadbike..


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Old 06-20-17, 06:57 AM
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Cool. Looking forward to seeing it built.
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Originally Posted by Samuraidog View Post
Cool. Looking forward to seeing it built.

Been picking up the bits and pieces as I don't want to make a mistake like I did recently when I built my Pinarello Dogma F8 Chris Froome Edition Road Bike..
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What was the mistake?

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Been picking up the bits and pieces as I don't want to make a mistake like I did recently when I built my Pinarello Dogma F8 Chris Froome Edition Road Bike..
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Originally Posted by SWorksRoubaix View Post
What was the mistake?
Incorrect Wheels, Handlebar Setup, Cables, Etc,Etc..learned a good lesson from the experts here on the forum..
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Awesome bike. Whats the built plan?
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Nice frame OP. BTW did you know you can order an F10 "My Way" with custom colors?

F10 My Way 2017 ? CICLI PINARELLO S.p.A.
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Awesome bike. Whats the built plan?
No real plan, just build as i see fit. I could already actually have it put all together, but just not really done it yet..Trying to decide either to use Reynolds RZR46 or MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT OBERMAYER SCHWARD Ed Wheels..? Quite a dilemma I must say i have on my hands...
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Tough choice. Once wheels are in place, there is no way to replace them. I think you should take a couple more weeks, really think it through.
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
No real plan, just build as i see fit. I could already actually have it put all together, but just not really done it yet..Trying to decide either to use Reynolds RZR46 or MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT OBERMAYER SCHWARD Ed Wheels..? Quite a dilemma I must say i have on my hands...
Build the rest and just see which ones work at the time. You can always swap? What parts do you have laying around for it?
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I would get some Enve 4.5s with blue Chris King hubs.
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
No real plan, just build as i see fit. I could already actually have it put all together, but just not really done it yet..Trying to decide either to use Reynolds RZR46 or MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT OBERMAYER SCHWARD Ed Wheels..? Quite a dilemma I must say i have on my hands...
Use the RZRs and give me the lightweights
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Seat that will be used just arrived and should work quite well..


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Originally Posted by Dean V View Post
I would get some Enve 4.5s with blue Chris King hubs.
Im a thinking more like MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT OBERMAYER Schwarz Ed Tubulars myself..
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I would get some Enve 4.5s with blue Chris King hubs.
Great choice and they perform really well but if NSWs 454 are considered "budget"...not sure these are good/pricey enough.
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
Im a thinking more like MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT OBERMAYER Schwarz Ed Tubulars myself..
How are these better than the Enve's or even the Zipp 404 you have?
Except for weight the Meilenstein's are inferior. Unless I was doing a hill climb I wouldn't choose them.
With the Chris King hubs you also get the "angry bee" sound every time you freewheel
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Originally Posted by Dean V View Post
How are these better than the Enve's or even the Zipp 404 you have?
Except for weight the Meilenstein's are inferior. Unless I was doing a hill climb I wouldn't choose them.
With the Chris King hubs you also get the "angry bee" sound every time you freewheel
Damn I went on youtube and i'm impressed with the sound of those hubs! I love hearing good quality hubs but I don't have any myself so the sound is rare for me
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Originally Posted by PepeM View Post
Tough choice. Once wheels are in place, there is no way to replace them. I think you should take a couple more weeks, really think it through.

Oh the thought process is in full mode on the wheel issue at hand. I don't want to make a mistake like I did when I built my Pinarello F8 and put Reynolds RZR46's on it as all I heard from the wheel wizards of the web is that I should have gone with MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT WHEELS..!
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Originally Posted by lsberrios1 View Post
Use the RZRs and give me the lightweights

You can get you also a nice set of MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT WHEELS dropped right off at your door from several sellers on the web ..!
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Originally Posted by JagR View Post
Build the rest and just see which ones work at the time. You can always swap? What parts do you have laying around for it?

I pretty much have enough things to build the entire bike. I am quite sure I may go with Sram Red E Tap on this build as I have one of those Group Sets laying around here still boxed up..
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I pretty much have enough things to build the entire bike. I am quite sure I may go with Sram Red E Tap on this build as I have one of those Group Sets laying around here still boxed up..
I would build it to spec as Team Sky rides it. That way it has some sort of collectible value and definitely good taste. Doesn't have to be the most expensive to be the best. This is the way I'd build that F10

Dura Ace 9150 Di2
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Originally Posted by lsberrios1 View Post
I would build it to spec as Team Sky rides it. That way it has some sort of collectible value and definitely good taste. Doesn't have to be the most expensive to be the best. This is the way I'd build that F10

Dura Ace 9150 Di2
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Maybe Ceramic Speed pulley wheels
While you're at it, see if you can replace yourself with Froome in the saddle
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While you're at it, see if you can replace yourself with Froome in the saddle

Shall I offer him my Leica SL Type 601 & Noctilux 0.95 Lens to use also..?
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Originally Posted by Dean V View Post
How are these better than the Enve's or even the Zipp 404 you have?
Except for weight the Meilenstein's are inferior. Unless I was doing a hill climb I wouldn't choose them.
With the Chris King hubs you also get the "angry bee" sound every time you freewheel
Could you elaborate on how MEILENSTEIN LIGHTWEIGHT WHEELS are inferior to ENVE WHEELS..? Possibly I missed the boat on this one...Hmmmm
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Aren't the 2018 models coming out soon? Why are you building an old model?
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