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    Pinarello Dogma K8-s (Build list updated)

    I just ordered a Pinarello Dogma K8-s. What do you guys think of the bike? I am currently on a Trek Madone 5. Ordered just the frame and fork. Cannot wait until it gets in. Hopefully by the end of the month.

    Pinarello Dogma K8-s-pina-sideshot-e1429902725788.jpgJust ordered the frame and fork. Downgrading Wheels and drive on my Trek Madone 5 to Ultra 6070 Di2.

    Enve Custom Built wheels with Chris King R45 hubs w/ceramic bearings.
    Vredestein Latex Ultralight 700c x 20-25 Road Tubes
    Vittoria Open Corsa EVO CX 25mm tires
    Dura Ace 9070 Di2 shifters, Di2 Derailleurs.
    Dura Ace 9000 Cranks with Stages Power Meter (Also ordered Osymetric (50/34) chain rings to give them a try.) Keeping the Dura-Ace rounds as well in case I don't like them.
    HSC Ceramic Road Bottom Bracket - Italian
    ENVE carbon fiber water bottle cages
    Pinarello integrated, 1 1/8 to 1 1/2in tapered headset
    Yokozuma Premium Reaction Brake Cable System
    Dura Ace 9010 direct mount front brake for rear of the bike,
    Dura Ace 9000 front brake for the front of the bike.
    Fizik Antaras R1 Carbon Bradded Saddle.
    Enve Carbon Stem
    Enve Carbon Aero Bars
    Garmin Edge 1000 with Enve out front stem mount
    Speedplay X1 pedals
    Fizik Performance Bar Tape
    Fi'zi:k Bar Gel
    Last edited by frisbie17; 07-26-2015 at 04:29 PM.
    2013 Trek Madone 5. Dura Ace 9070 Di2, Custom Enve 6.7 with Chris King Ceramic hubs.

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    Congrats on your purchase, look forward to seeing it built up.

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    awesome build! I am curious about the rear suspension. The old Dogma rides fantastic. I want to try that frame.

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    Missing a few things that are back ordered. Like the frame and fork, bars and bottle cages. Everything else is ready. Going to be a kitchen bike. Pinarello Dogma K8-s-11705269_10207485762888778_4523706036908818310_n.jpgPinarello Dogma K8-s-11036578_10207485762488768_2989069703637837337_n.jpgPinarello Dogma K8-s-11745781_10207485762848777_7266145856187641242_n.jpgAttachment 307864
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    Also I added the frame photo to the back order image. They do not have a pic for the bike yet. So please don't blast me for adding the photo.
    2013 Trek Madone 5. Dura Ace 9070 Di2, Custom Enve 6.7 with Chris King Ceramic hubs.

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    Nothing worse then having all the components with nothing to bolt them too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swen6 View Post
    Nothing worse then having all the components with nothing to bolt them too.
    So very true.
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    Do you have the right brake calipers frisbie?

    The Pinarello uses a different direct mount rear caliper on the seat stays than the bottom bracket type Trek uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinelli 82220 View Post
    Do you have the right brake calipers frisbie?

    The Pinarello uses a different direct mount rear caliper on the seat stays than the bottom bracket type Trek uses.
    Chris Froome is running Dura Ace 9010 front brake on the rear of his. So that is the route I went. If it works for him, it should work or me. Pinarello Dogma K8-s-cjtboz-wsaa9scl.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinelli 82220 View Post
    Do you have the right brake calipers frisbie?

    The Pinarello uses a different direct mount rear caliper on the seat stays than the bottom bracket type Trek uses.
    Also keeping my Trek together. Just switched it over to Ultegra 6870 Di2 all around So I can put the DA 9070 Di2 on the new bike. Also now I took off the Stages power meter to go on the K8-s, I am going to run an Ultra 6800 rear brake on the Madone.
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    Updated the build list as I ordered more parts and decided to keep the Madone together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frisbie17 View Post
    Missing a few things that are back ordered. Like the frame and fork, bars and bottle cages. Everything else is ready. Going to be a kitchen bike. Click image for larger version. 

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    Finally will have the bike. Expected UPS delivery is scheduled for tomorrow. Will post unboxing photos and build as it gets done.
    2013 Trek Madone 5. Dura Ace 9070 Di2, Custom Enve 6.7 with Chris King Ceramic hubs.

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    I prefer Nokon to the Yokozuna brake cables.
    Nokon are superflexible. Yokozuna are so stiff they are a pain to install.
    If you want to make a Nokon cable longer just add a link. Can't do that with Yokozuna.

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    Pinarello Dogma K8-s-11813340_10207580235050523_4456379817814148722_n.jpgPinarello Dogma K8-s-11817059_10207580234410507_2795773529470452997_n.jpgPinarello Dogma K8-s-11817182_10207580235250528_2745693033999876187_n.jpgPinarello Dogma K8-s-11828577_10207580234530510_3050887994034056685_n.jpgPinarello Dogma K8-s-11863488_10207580235490534_2317370495395072459_n.jpg

    Bike arrived tonight and I started the build. Still got some work to do tomorrow.

    Need to cut the steering tube, install brake cables, and wrap the bars. But it is coming together.
    2013 Trek Madone 5. Dura Ace 9070 Di2, Custom Enve 6.7 with Chris King Ceramic hubs.

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    This is only the second K8-s to be shipped to the US according to Pinarello.
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    Congratulations!

    Certainly first one I've seen. What size is that? Looks kind of like my size
    use a torque wrench

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    Small. Lol. 44cm. I am 5' 5" with 30 inche inseam. :-)
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    The brake mounting is exactly the same as my Trek Madone direct mount. The bike also came with rear brakes... I opted to use Dura-Ace 9010 direct mount front brake as discussed previously. Fit perfectly.
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    Bike is complete. Took it out for the first ride. So comfortable. Game changer... Maybe.... A great bike. For sure! Extremely comfortable and smooth. Very happy with the purchase. 40 miles to day to break it in. Was a very good day. Pinarello Dogma K8-s-img_0990.jpegPinarello Dogma K8-s-img_0991.jpegPinarello Dogma K8-s-img_0992.jpegPinarello Dogma K8-s-img_0993.jpegPinarello Dogma K8-s-img_0994.jpeg
    2013 Trek Madone 5. Dura Ace 9070 Di2, Custom Enve 6.7 with Chris King Ceramic hubs.

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    Awesome!

    I'm guessing you're already in the know, but in case you're not:


    use a torque wrench

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    Hope those bottles are side-load. They appear to be an integral part of the frame!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GKSki View Post
    Hope those bottles are side-load. They appear to be an integral part of the frame!
    The back bottle it tough. The front comes out ok. But yes. Small frame.
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    What is the maximum tire clearance ? I assume more than the regular F8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    What is the maximum tire clearance ? I assume more than the regular F8.
    I am not sure. I am running 25mm and can definitely go bigger.Pinarello Dogma K8-s-img_1006.jpgPinarello Dogma K8-s-img_1005.jpgPinarello Dogma K8-s-img_1004.jpg
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    Thanks for the pics. Look like 28 would be fine.

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