philolson wrote:what ratio of resin to CF do you achieve??? I am just about to start on a TT frame for my daughter
It depends on which resin do you use etc.,..? You can write me on PM if I didn't get you right.
BMANX wrote:With such craftsmanship it almost pains me that you have to use a Ritchey Stubby. I would think that you could come up with something more innovative but I do understand why you are using it. As mentioned before I would love to see the seat bonded to the ISP or at least make the top of the post scalloped and then make your own cradle like you did for the Cervelo posts (which by the way is still working amazingly well) and buy some yokes and make your own integrated post. You could re-enforce the top of the tube and put the horizontal section through the ISP and have a very cool and very light set up. Just my thought.
I see that some of you would really love to see it with an integrated saddle! I get the Stubby and somehow I want to use it, but more as I think, more likely I'll make an integrated saddle ...anyway, why not, if I would like I could still cut the saddle and use the Stubby, or cut the ISP and use my own combo...will see .. I'm still working on the dropouts, it will probably take me quite a lot of time to make them, but it will be worth it.