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    Felt F75

    My F75 (hack shots). It will have new wheels (and white bar tape) on it next week! Shorter (bontrager ) stem, FSA Pro front chainrings, Edge 305, Look pedals. I weighed the seat to exactly 225g so I'm having a tough time giving it up.

    *EDIT* Can anyone recommend a comfortable bar setup? I seem to spend most of my time 2" above the hoods. Should I tilt my bars up, move up the shifters, or something else?





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    Try rotating the bars up a little. The felt bars are kind of annoying. I still don't know if I like mine. I aimed the end plugs at the rear hubs and it helped a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridgetop
    Try rotating the bars up a little. The felt bars are kind of annoying. I still don't know if I like mine. I aimed the end plugs at the rear hubs and it helped a lot.
    That's how mine be.

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    I have an '05 F55 and an '05 F80 (can't pull a kids trailer with a carbon rear). Unfortunately, my laptop is down but I will send pics of both of these black marauders as sometime this week. It's a warranty issue and they tell me that I should get my new one no later than next Friday. I'll keep everyone posted.

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    Also, the Made in Taiwan stickers were removed.

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    Can anyone remove that band sticker that covers the carbon/aluminum junction and take a picture of it? I've always wondered how they got that joint so smooth...

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    Cool. Now lose the pink tape.

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    posted this in another forum...

    BUT it's a Felt.

    It's SCHWEET.

    And just for you S2H, i skipped out on the carbon/alu tandem cages on my old felts (wow, I've had 3 excluding this one... 4 including my Felt Shot bike), and went with 2 alloy cages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty2Hotty
    Cool. Now lose the pink tape.

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    Here's my 2005 F55. I'll post a pic of my soon-to-be Ultegra-equipped F80 soon.

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    Hi guys,
    here is my Felt F55.


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    Quote Originally Posted by r500titus
    Hi guys,
    here is my Felt F55.


    What's with the blue fork on a black bike? Didn't yo' mama teach you how to match?

    You have the same saddle bag as me. It sucks. I gutted my old saddle bag (which broke), took the hard plastic insert and glued it inside the new bag. It now holds its shape, doesn't look hideous, and doesn't fall through the clip (I'm sure you know what I'm talking about). Try to find some hard plastic/plexiglass to stuff in there, it'll make a world of difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terbennett


    Here's my 2005 F55. I'll post a pic of my soon-to-be Ultegra-equipped F80 soon.

    Well, it looks like I'll have to back out on my 2005 F80. After 14 months and 9618 miles, the frame cracked at the right rear dropout near the rear hanger. My LBS left a message with Felt on Monday. They never returned the call. Tuesday, my new frame arrives at the LBS via UPS- no questions asked. How's that for customer service?!!! Since the F80 is no longer made, I get a 2007 F85 frame. Same frame, except it's only available in red. Red?!! I bought a black F80. The F90s were red back in 2005. The frame has been sitting because I have ordered the Ultegra group and we are waiting for it to arrive. I don't want to pay for labor later to put on Ultegra if they have to install my old well worn Tiagra/ 105 components on new frame for free anyway.
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    Wife's new F4

    Just built this up about 2 weeks ago for the wife. UPgrade from her 2004 F60. Kept the 240/DT RR1.1 wheels and profile carbon bar from the old bike. Also threw on some red anodized chainrings that someone had left at the shop.





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    2005 F55

    Most of my riding partners paid at least double for their Sevens and Serottas but I still kick their a$ses with my $1800 Felt. LOVE IT!
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    My new TK2





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    update on mine - new crank, handlebars, brakes, saddle, and I de-stickered my wheels.

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    My '06 Felt F2C

    A bit heavy for a bike of this level and cost. The DA drive train is an absolute disappointment. My Ultegra drive trains on my much cheaper Tirreno Razza 2000 and Leader 736R shifts much more reliably albeit more noisily. Not as steady in a downhill run as my Leader, and not as quick climbing as the much stiffer Leader either, despite being a full pound lighter. But it is a much cushier ride than the Leader, and just a bit more than the Tirreno, but not by much. But I'll take it over the Leader in a century ride any time
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    My Felt B2 with custom components.

    Frame: Felt B2
    Group: Campagnolo Carbon Chorus
    Wheels: Campagnolo Zonda with Michelin Pro Race tires.





    Last edited by Kisuke; 07-30-2007 at 02:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kisuke
    My Felt B2 with custom components.

    Frame: Felt B2
    Group: Campagnolo Carbon Chorus
    Wheels: Campagnolo Zonda with Michelin Pro Race tires.





    Looks great! I love the wheels and the group. Didn't it come with aero bars? You didn't mention if your changed them or not. Do you use it for triathlons, or just an aero style road bike?

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    Sweet! TT bike in regular road trim. I've thought of doing that with a Felt DA (2005) model that I got outbid on a week ago on ebay. Glad to see someone else do it first. Good job on your bike.
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    Thanks Haven't bought TT bars for it yet. I bought the frame separately and put the bits from my Lemond Project onto this. I am going to get bolt on aerobars and keep the drops.

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    I'm sure we have a few more Felt owners since the last post, so I thought it may be a good time to revive this thread.

    Here's my latest toy
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    Finished building my F1X


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    Quote Originally Posted by volleybrad
    Finished building my F1X

    sweet. looks just like my F55!

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