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Old 04-16-15, 09:15 PM
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F200s with rear rack and fenders?
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Originally Posted by taras0000
F200s with rear rack and fenders?
They are so I can tow my teammates along during the leadout train!

Choo-choo muthaf*kka!!






They are the best dropouts he has. Actually, that's my only complaint about the bike (which really isn't a complaint, more of a wish). I want Ti dropouts like my Tiemeyer.
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still searching for that perfect njs frame but for now i'm still on this thing. my fit has got a bit aggressive over the last year.
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Is that like a -17 130mm stem on a 100mm head tube?

Yes. That's aggressive

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Originally Posted by carleton
Is that like a -17 130mm stem on a 100mm head tube?

Yes. That's aggressive
started with -6 120 2013, -6 130 2014, and now -17 140...
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Nice! The BA was the first frame I truly lusted over when I first got serious about track racing in my teens.
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Originally Posted by Impreza_aL
started with -6 120 2013, -6 130 2014, and now -17 140...
Nice. What manufacturer?
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Originally Posted by carleton
Nice. What manufacturer?
3t but i heard their stems measure all sorts of weird.
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Originally Posted by Impreza_aL
3t but i heard their stems measure all sorts of weird.
How did you get the logos off? Looks good.
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How did you get the logos off? Looks good.
acetone/paint remover. i also wet sanded the 3t seat post for bare look. too bad that seat clamp post is not carbon friendly =(
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Originally Posted by Impreza_aL
acetone/paint remover.
Well, that's my project for today!
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Originally Posted by Impreza_aL
acetone/paint remover. i also wet sanded the 3t seat post for bare look. too bad that seat clamp post is not carbon friendly =(
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Well, that's my project for today!
Done. It looks perfect. Thanks for telling me how to do it. I know it's not a major thing but it never occurred to me to do it.

I never liked the red stripe of the 3T stem, especially when nothing else on my bike was red.



Now it's plain black.

I really want to do my Scatto bars, but I heard it takes several hours to do so.
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This is my first track bike, i bought it second hand 8 months ago from a guy that had used it for commuting.
Inexa frame with velocity rims and hubs.
I put a set of ominium cranks as i had them sitting around (don't ask)
and since the photo have got a set of pro carbon bars and Specialized romin seat (in black )


Its been a big learning curve and I'm still running a really easy training gear 48x16.

I had my first ride on boards last week and that was a massive rush.
i'm looking to start racing in the next couple of weeks.

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Hi, Muddlfuc. Welcome to the sport and to bikeforums!

I've never heard of Inexa. It looks really nice. Google doesn't return much info on Inexa. I see photos of Inexa bikes and talk of them, but no company website. Are they a small AUS outfit?
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Another Aussie. Welcome!

Inexa was a Aus company in the mid to late 2000's - importing an rebadging a range of frames and parts...

They weren't a big company. Not sure if related, but there was a recall of their carbon road forks around the same time as they disappeared.

Archive.org - https://web.archive.org/web/20090401....au/index.html
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Cheers for the warm welcome
Yer they WERE a company that rebadged and sold bikes in melb, not sure of the quality as its the only track bike i have ridden, though it feels stiff, and looks pretty from a distance, just don't get too close as it looks like its had a hard life.
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Using a nice camera and lens:


Next to a Medium (56TT) LOOK 496:

Note the final setup with setback post (as per the original spec) and a 140mm -12 degree stem.

Village idiot for scale
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Any action shot of you on the new bike?
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Any action shot of you on the new bike?
None yet. Maybe I'll put it on the trainer and see.
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Steel bars back on my Dolan. Really liking the proportions of how it looks.
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Old 04-27-15, 07:20 AM
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Steel bars back on my Dolan. Really liking the proportions of how it looks.
What are those pedals?
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What are those pedals?
Dura Ace 7400's. The sprinter pedal of the 90's
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