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    [QUOTE=civdic;4561368]Mine.

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    Question about the Di2 wiring,
    How does Moots get around the bottom bracket, are there any exposed wires or is it completely internal? If you could post a pic that would be great. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikesinmud View Post
    Question about the Di2 wiring,
    How does Moots get around the bottom bracket, are there any exposed wires or is it completely internal? If you could post a pic that would be great. Thanks.
    It's all internal. There is enough room in the bb shell for the wires.

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    thanks crank!

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    New addition

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    2014 Moots PscyhloX (60)
    450mm Chainstays
    Rack / Fender eyelets
    Whiskey No7 Fork
    Campagnolo Chorus 11
    Compact Crank (34/50)
    12-27 Cassette
    Thomson Stem / Seatpost
    Zipp SL-70 Ergo bars with Moots tape
    H+Son Archetype Rims laced to White Industry CLD Hubs
    32 F/R (Sapim Race - Front) / Sapim Strong - Rear)
    TRP Spyre Calipers
    XTR rotors
    XTR pedals
    Conti GP 4-Seasons (28mm)

    Fairly conservative build, with touring in mind.
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    2014 Moots PscyhloX (60)
    450mm Chainstays
    Rack / Fender eyelets
    Whiskey No7 Fork
    Campagnolo Chorus 11
    Compact Crank (34/50)
    12-27 Cassette
    Thomson Stem / Seatpost
    Zipp SL-70 Ergo bars with Moots tape
    H+Son Archetype Rims laced to White Industry CLD Hubs
    32 F/R (Sapim Race - Front) / Sapim Strong - Rear)
    TRP Spyre Calipers
    XTR rotors
    XTR pedals
    Conti GP 4-Seasons (28mm)

    Fairly conservative build, with touring in mind.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Moots Registry-img_20140823_121209_325-d-.jpg   Moots Registry-img_20140823_121220_485-d-.jpg   Moots Registry-img_20140823_121233_666-d-.jpg  

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    Hopefully my 2nd Moots will be built up by the weekend.
    Cannot wait to get her built and ridden.

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    Here's mine. Looking for new wheels. Any suggestions?Moots Registry-%24_57-1.jpgName:  $_1.JPG
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    I fitted some Reynolds Assault SLG tubeless wheels to my Moots.


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    Here's a few pictures of my new Moots Vamoots RSL. It's a size 55 with Di2 Moots Registry-imageuploadedbytapatalk1426347353.794035.jpgMoots Registry-imageuploadedbytapatalk1426347371.716948.jpgMoots Registry-imageuploadedbytapatalk1426347395.881399.jpg

    I have a pair of Enve 6.7 wheels that I am going to put on.

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    Stunning bike! Nice photos. thanks for sharing

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    Upgraded to Moots stem and post for 2015 from 3T carbon - like this look alot.
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    - 2015 Moots Vamoots CR (56)
    - Campagnolo Super Record RS group
    - Campagnolo Bora Ultra 50 wheels
    - FSA K-Force seatpost, stem, bars
    - Chris King headset (mixed colors)
    - Specialized Power S-Works saddle
    - Look Keo 2 carbon pedals

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    Last edited by theregoesmybus; 02-15-2016 at 08:36 PM.

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    Gorgeous bike! I didn't know what the Campy super record rs group was. Got curious and looked it up. Looks like a beautiful group. Enjoy it, it's a stunner! Bet you get lots of admirers riding that.

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    Cannot believe I have not posted mine here.

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    I wanted to get bigger tires on it, so I made a few changes to my initial new build from a couple weeks ago. Added EE Cycle Works brake calipers, Zipp Firecrest 202's and 28mm Zipp tires.

    - Moots Vamoots CR (56)
    - Campagnolo Super Record RS group
    - EE Cycle Works brake calipers
    - FSA K-Force carbon seatpost, stem, bars
    - Zipp Firecrest 202 wheels
    - Zipp Tangente Speed R28 tires (28mm)
    - Chris King No Threadset headset
    - Specialized Power S-Works saddle
    - Look Keo 2 carbon pedals
    - Campagnolo Super Record 11-27 cassette
    - Campagnolo Record chain & cables
    - Arundel Mandible carbon bottle cages
    - Fizik Performance bar tape

    Moots Registry-2016_0208_fb0a7737a.jpg
    Last edited by theregoesmybus; 02-09-2016 at 02:32 PM.
    Cheers, Andy

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    Hi, great build! Just curious, what positive effect on tire width does the Zipp 202's have vs the Bora Ultra's.....as you noted these changes for "bigger tires"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by willstylez View Post
    Hi, great build! Just curious, what positive effect on tire width does the Zipp 202's have vs the Bora Ultra's.....as you noted these changes for "bigger tires"?


    Thanks! Well, I discovered that though the Bora's and 202's have almost exactly the same exterior width, the internal (bead) width of the Zipp's is considerably narrower. For example, a 25mm Vittoria Open Pave on the Bora's is considerably wider than a 27mm Open Pave on the Zipps.

    My reasons for switching from the Bora's to the Zipp's didn't really have anything to do with tire size. The Campy wheels I wanted to move to my race bike, and have some wheels on the Moots that were a little more stout and all-round.

    In order to accommodate a bigger tire on the Moots, I swapped the Campy FD clamp for a low profile carbon one (for seat tube clearance), and swapped the Campy SR brake calipers for the EE brakes which have a lot more top clearance.

    The combination I now have is the absolute biggest I can go before the rear tire rubs on the seat tube. The 28mm Zipp tire on the 202's measures 30mm.
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    Cheers, Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by theregoesmybus View Post

    Thanks! Well, I discovered that though the Bora's and 202's have almost exactly the same exterior width, the internal (bead) width of the Zipp's is considerably narrower. For what it's worth, a 25mm Vittoria Open Pave on the Bora's is considerably wider than a 27mm Open Pave on the Zipps.

    My reasons for switching from the Bora's to the Zipp's didn't really have anything to do with tire size. The Campy wheels I wanted to move to my race bike, and have some wheels on the Moots that were a little more stout and all-round.

    In order to accommodate a bigger tire on the Moots, I did a couple things. I swapped the Campy FD clamp for a low profile carbon one (for seat tube clearance), and swapped the Campy SR brake calipers for the EE brakes which have a lot more top clearance.

    The combination I now have is the absolute biggest I can go before the rear tire rubs on the seat tube. The 28mm Zipp tire on the 202's measures 29.5mm.
    Well TBH it is not surprising that the ID of a Bora is narrower.
    Bora's are a race wheelset and so do not really need to accommodate a wide tyre profile.
    If you are not racing then frankly there is no benefit of riding around on Bora's except for the fact that they "look cool".
    The 202's are more of a "do anything" wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FTR View Post
    Well TBH it is not surprising that the ID of a Bora is narrower.
    Bora's are a race wheelset and so do not really need to accommodate a wide tyre profile.
    It's the other way around. The latest Campy Bora Ultra 50 are actually a pretty wide wheel and the inside dimension of them is noticeably greater than that of the latest Zipp 202. But I agree with you about the Bora's as a race wheel. They're going on my Bianchi Specialissima for racing.
    Cheers, Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by theregoesmybus View Post
    It's the other way around. The latest Campy Bora Ultra 50 are actually a pretty wide wheel and the inside dimension of them is noticeably greater than that of the latest Zipp 202. But I agree with you about the Bora's as a race wheel. They're going on my Bianchi Specialissima for racing.
    I was only going by your comment which said that your Bora's had a narrower internal ID.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FTR View Post
    I was only going by your comment which said that your Bora's had a narrower internal ID.
    Perhaps I could have written it better, but I did say the Zipp's are narrower. Anyway, here's a few more pics, including one that shows how close the rear wheel and the 29.5mm tire is to the down tube. Even with that, I'm very happy with how it turned out and with the ride.

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    Last edited by theregoesmybus; 02-15-2016 at 08:39 PM.
    Cheers, Andy

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    I thought there was another show your Moots thread somewhere.

    A few updates to mine.

    moots rsl 28Sep17c

    Speedplay stainless pedals, Pro Vibe Di2 bars, Cane Creek El Chulo eeBrakes, Shimano C40 wheels with Clement LCV tyres.

    I'm still 50/50 as to replace the cranks with something different.

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    Mine too.
    More stealth.

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