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Finally.....
#1
One bike finished, 3 to go.....

resim

resim

Just got to sort out how I go about sorting out the gears and choose whether I'm going to use flats or spds
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#2
nice Smile Smile
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#3
very nice indeed.
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#4
i have x2 brakes on one of my bikes, it looks like you have the same on the rear but a 4 pot on the front, does it perform any better? I dont think the X2  is particularly powerful.
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#5
For my weight it does, I get better modulation and more power, however most of the increased modulation feel is lost due to the bigger disc. Also because of the increased size the brake has more area to dissipate the heat accross and therefore i get better heat dissipation
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#6
Very nice Ian, looks like itll be alot of fun.
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