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Trek Emonda Pictures. Let's See Them!

Old 07-04-15, 07:10 AM
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If I remember correctly it was a replacement frame and everything is from the previous bike.
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I always loved the look of a white bike, just don't have the guts to try to keep one clean.
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Took a photo with a better background. Noticed I had the drive train side pointed inwards. Too late.
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50 cm SL6
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Originally Posted by isuckatbiking View Post
Took a photo with a better background. Noticed I had the drive train side pointed inwards. Too late.
Finally a pic of an ALR Thank you. I have an ALR5 coming. I wanted the 6, but my budget wouldn't cover the extra $$$$
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Old 07-10-15, 04:32 AM
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Thought I posted a pic of mine here when a while back but must have just been in the black bike thread...
Anyways, here it is, 54 SL6 with 44mm Boyd clincher wheels, carbon handlebars and weighs in at 16.09lbs.

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Old 07-10-15, 08:06 AM
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Finally a pic of an ALR Thank you. I have an ALR5 coming. I wanted the 6, but my budget wouldn't cover the extra $$$$
Absolutely love the ALR6. I went from Carbon to Alu. Fell in love with the thinner top and down tubes. Has a classic yet modern look.

Did you buy the starry night color way? Cause that paint scheme is gorgeous.
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Originally Posted by isuckatbiking View Post
Took a photo with a better background. Noticed I had the drive train side pointed inwards. Too late.
I like those colored accents.
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Old 07-11-15, 11:20 AM
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Anyone here own an SLR with Dura Ace cranks? If so, can someone help me out? I'm trying to determine if my power meter on my existing DA 9000 crank would clear the chainstay on an SLR frame. I would need about 10mm of clearance between the inner face of the crank and the frame measured about 60-65mm from the center of the BB . It's not a Stages brand, but I have heard those are compatible. I think mine is similarly sized, but just wanted to verify.

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This is a question for 'isuckatbiking'; what size is your Emonda ALR?
Is that a 50 cm?

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by ghoundz View Post
This is a question for 'isuckatbiking'; what size is your Emonda ALR?
Is that a 50 cm?

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Hi ghoundz!

My previous bike was a 51, which was a great fit. Unfortunately Trek sizes their bikes differently so I had to upgrade to a 52 as the 50 might have been too small for me (I'm 5'7.5)
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Originally Posted by cthenn View Post
I'm trying to determine if my power meter on my existing DA 9000 crank would clear the chainstay on an SLR frame. I would need about 10mm of clearance between the inner face of the crank and the frame measured about 60-65mm from the center of the BB . It's not a Stages brand, but I have heard those are compatible. I think mine is similarly sized, but just wanted to verify.
Is it a Pioneer? Because a Pioneer would not fit on my Ultegra crank and SL frame.
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Old 07-13-15, 10:11 PM
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Is it a Pioneer? Because a Pioneer would not fit on my Ultegra crank and SL frame.
I'm just about to find this out, given that I ordered a pioneer for myself. Where did you get this info? I got conflicting information on compatibility. I found out the following:

1., The SGY-PM910H pioneer power meter may or may not fit the Emonda frameset. Pioneer tweeted that they need 9mm between the sensor and the frame. They didn't tell me which side or they meant the crankarm and the frame.
2., Pioneer recently released the new SGY-PM910H2 power meter that's slimmer to address various frame compatibility issues. (Including the Emonda according to DC Rainmaker's review: The Pioneer Power Meter System In-Depth Review | DC Rainmaker)
3., According to their website, there is a conversion kit available for current owners that has the slimmer battery cover. Pioneer cyclesports | HOME | Pioneer power meter
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This was a couple months ago before any slimmer version or modifications were available. I bought a installation BYO Crankset box from Competitive Cyclist after they told me it would fit. When it arrived I looked at the sensor and was pretty skeptical that it would clear the non-driveside chainstay. So I took the sensor, placed it on the crank arm, and spun it around. There was no way it would fit; the main issue is clearance as you get close to the BB. Sent it back, now I have a power2max that I've had about 3 weeks and it's been pretty good so far.
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Old 07-14-15, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by thespiderghosts View Post
This was a couple months ago before any slimmer version or modifications were available. I bought a installation BYO Crankset box from Competitive Cyclist after they told me it would fit. When it arrived I looked at the sensor and was pretty skeptical that it would clear the non-driveside chainstay. So I took the sensor, placed it on the crank arm, and spun it around. There was no way it would fit; the main issue is clearance as you get close to the BB. Sent it back, now I have a power2max that I've had about 3 weeks and it's been pretty good so far.
Thanks. I hope my LBS gets me the updated version. I'm just so tired of the different BB standards and here is an issue with BB90 again...
Can you tell me a little bit more about your setup? What kind of cranks do you use now? Did you keep the shimano chainrings and running third party cranks? What about BB compatibility. I'd consider p2m power meters if I knew definitive answers.
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I got the FSA Classic Power2Max with Praxis rings. I didn't want to shell out the extra ~$400 for the Type S Rotor Crank. There's mixed info out there about if MegaExo works with Shimano BBs. I tried it and found that the crank/bearing interface was crazy tight and then when the crank was installed there was a ton of drag. I now have an FSA BB90 BB in there that is pretty obviously not as nice as the stock BB, but it's been working fine with no issues so far.

Things to be aware of:

The FSA chainline is funky and a couple millimeters further inboard than the Ultegra crank. This requires some finicky front derailleur adjustments at the very bottom of the low limit screw. This also resulted in having to adjust the 3S chain catcher, which unfortunately requires removal and installation of the crank to check if every change now has it where you want it.

The Praxis rings are A+. As good as the 6800 IMO.

I had a really annoying creak after about two weeks. Turned out to be a lack of grease between the powermeter spider and the crankarm. But it took me about 4 hours of bike disassembly, reassembly, going around the block for a test ride with every change, and several email exchanges with P2M to find it. All good now though.
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Old 07-31-15, 11:02 AM
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Originally Posted by nemeseri View Post
I'm just about to find this out, given that I ordered a pioneer for myself. Where did you get this info? I got conflicting information on compatibility. I found out the following:

1., The SGY-PM910H pioneer power meter may or may not fit the Emonda frameset. Pioneer tweeted that they need 9mm between the sensor and the frame. They didn't tell me which side or they meant the crankarm and the frame.
2., Pioneer recently released the new SGY-PM910H2 power meter that's slimmer to address various frame compatibility issues. (Including the Emonda according to DC Rainmaker's review: The Pioneer Power Meter System In-Depth Review | DC Rainmaker)
3., According to their website, there is a conversion kit available for current owners that has the slimmer battery cover. Pioneer cyclesports | HOME | Pioneer power meter
The LBS successfully installed the Pioneer on a Dura Ace crankset for me. It fits the frame just fine. Also there are two different type of magnets available. I had enough clearance to use the adhesive ones.

So bottom line: Emonda SL + Pioneer SGY-PM910H2 + Dura-Ace 50/34 - 170mm => Works fine!

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So bottom line: Emonda SL + Dura-Ace

Ultegra FD?
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Originally Posted by oldnslow2 View Post
Ultegra FD?
Yes. I had full Ultegra on the bike, just upgraded the crankset now. Slowly I'm going to upgrade the remaining parts, but I wanted a top shelf solution for the power meter.
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This is my first post, but I've been reading through the forums a while now. I just picked up my new Emonda SL 6 and couldn't wait to share. Unfortunately I am not able to add an image to this reply. Hopefully the link works for everyone. I love that it almost matches my Screaming Yellow Mustang!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6z...ew?usp=sharing
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This is my first post, but I've been reading through the forums a while now. I just picked up my new Emonda SL 6 and couldn't wait to share. Unfortunately I am not able to add an image to this reply. Hopefully the link works for everyone. I love that it almost matches my Screaming Yellow Mustang!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6z...ew?usp=sharing
Nice colour scheme. Did you get a professional bike fitting? I'm admiring the slightly unconventional silhouette of the upward sloping stem.
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Nice colour scheme. Did you get a professional bike fitting? I'm admiring the slightly unconventional silhouette of the upward sloping stem.
I honestly didn't even notice the stem angle until I read your comment and looked again. It's my first road bike, so it looks "normal" to me.. I spent over an hour with the Tech at the shop fitting me to it after assembly, so I guess it was professional (I didn't get on the high end Trek fitting machine though, if that's what you're asking).
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Originally Posted by Jimljr145 View Post
I honestly didn't even notice the stem angle until I read your comment and looked again. It's my first road bike, so it looks "normal" to me.. I spent over an hour with the Tech at the shop fitting me to it after assembly, so I guess it was professional (I didn't get on the high end Trek fitting machine though, if that's what you're asking).
You answered my question perfectly. I meant no snobbery…I merely wondered whether the stem had been oriented as a result of a fitting session. I had a session with a fitter who made such a recommendation. I tried it out, but returned the stem to a downward 7-degree position in the end.

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