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S-Works SL2 Painted All Black (6.18kg)

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S-Works SL2 Painted All Black (6.18kg)

Postby biky » Mon Apr 18, 2011 2:12 pm

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I paint stripped my limited SL2 frame and let it be repainted last month.

SL2 limited 970gr
shifting - Sram Red (within a few weeks all black((der f+r tuned with nylon bolts))
Brakes - Zero G
Stem - Thomson elite
Zadelpen - Thomson Masterpiece (tuned with new Ultimate jokes)
Saddle - Toupe 2008
Bar - 3T ergonova
Crank - Zipp Vuma 50/39
Pedal - Speedplay zero
cages - Speedplay
Wheels - roval full carbon clincher rim with SoulKozak front and M5 rear hub
Cables - Niro turbo plus aluminium
Tires - Conti 4000s
Chain - KMC x10sl

6.18kg (13.62)
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Re: S-Works SL2 Repainted (Proto sl3((6.18kg)

Postby Ypsylon » Tue Apr 19, 2011 6:50 am

I remember that I thought the all black SL3 prototype looked really hot. It was at the Tour de Suisse, right?

Yours looks just as nice and you've got the advantage of the black brake calipers, too.
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