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    Get your Zero Gravity brakes rebuilt.

    Soon to be announced by Ciamillo is a factory rebuild at a very reasonable cost. What they will do is total rebuild the brake including putting the 2010 cam arm with the cool cable port on it. Strip down and re-annodize it and add the latest graphics. Since they are stripping it down you can get it custom colored for a few dollars more. There will also be a carbon spring upgrade available. So what you get is your brake upgraded to a 2010 model.

    My 2005's will be looking good soon!
    For my next trick I will now set myself on fire!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juanmoretime
    Soon to be announced by Ciamillo is a factory rebuild at a very reasonable cost. What they will do is total rebuild the brake including putting the 2010 cam arm with the cool cable port on it. Strip down and re-annodize it and add the latest graphics. Since they are stripping it down you can get it custom colored for a few dollars more. There will also be a carbon spring upgrade available. So what you get is your brake upgraded to a 2010 model.

    My 2005's will be looking good soon!
    Any projection on what the costs might be?

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    Rumor is $75 for the rebuild. $25 more for custom color. I think the carbon spring upgarde will be $50 too.
    Last edited by Juanmoretime; 07-15-2009 at 01:56 AM.
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    bringing this back from the dead ..Juanmoretime did you ever do this ? if so pics ?
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    According to Ciamillo. the basic "tuneup" is $150 and the Custom "tuneup" is $200 which includes custom colors. Ciamillo Cycling click on "tuneup"
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    I did not do this and upgraded to a Gravitas and now a Gravitas SL. I have seen several satisfied people at Weight Weenies who did have there refurbished. I know what the price was in 2009 but the price now? I
    For my next trick I will now set myself on fire!

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    I wonder if that would fix my problem. I have to run my Neg G front brake with the cam halfway open just to get the proper action with the lever.
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    Do not mail your brakes back to Ciamillo!

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    Thanks.

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    Sent payment to Ciamillo for rebuild. Sent brakes. No rebuild and no return of brakes. The rebuild program appears to be a scam. Beware of Ciamillo.

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