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    Pinarello F8 Wiggo Tribute

    Finally finally got it today! Yahooooo!!!

    A few bumps along the build process (eebrakes is not compatible with my F8 frame due to the short clearance from the rear brake mount to the seat stay) but they are behind me now!

    Bike specifications:
    Frame: Pinarello Dogma F8 Wiggo Tribute size 470
    Stem: ENVE carbon 100mm
    Bar: ENVE SES Aero bar 42mm
    Bar wrap: Lizards Skin DSP 2.5mm dual color (black & white)
    Group set: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
    Bottom bracket: Ceramic Speed ITA thread, coated
    Brake: Shimano Dura-Ace
    Cables: Jagwire Road Elite Link Brake
    Crank: Shimano Dura-Ace 52/36 170mm
    Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 12-25
    Chain: Shimano Dura-Ace
    Saddle: S-Works Toupe 143mm white
    Pedals: Look Keo Blade 2 Ti
    Wheel set: ENVE SES 4.5 clincher with Chris King ceramic hubs
    Tires: Continental GP4000S II (25C front, 23C rear with latex tubes)
    Computer: Garmin Edge 1000 (pending delivery)
    Computer mount: ENVE
    Powermeter: Stage left crank arm
    Bottle Cage: ENVE (pending installation)

    Here comes the photo galley!


    I have to say the bike looks much better in person compare to the photo!



    ENVE cockpit. The Aero bar flair matches the Dura-Ace Di2 lever flair nicely. There is no space on the bar clamping area for any other 3rd party Garmin mount except for the ENVE mount.



    Jagwire link brake cable housing is nice and clean. Although I have no luck with the eebrakes but the Dura-Ace brakes look nice as well!



    Chris King R45C hub makes some unique angry bee sound! Garmin speed censor is attached to the rear hub.



    Tested and trusted Sworks Toupe saddle. The SKY sticker on the seat post can be changed to gold if needed. The red tape is used by my fitter to identify my seat height, will be remove shortly.



    K-Edge chain catcher, STAGE power meter, Look Keo Blade 2 Ti paddle.



    Motivations on the top tube! The 25C tire on the front and 23C tire on the rear match the ENVE 4.5 rim width nicely and minimize tire overhang.



    Another look at ENVE cockpit. Tried fitting the Garmin Edge 1000 to the ENVE mount, it fits tightly and leaves no space between the Garmin and the stem face plate. I guess it is a good thing as I recall SKY team actually requested K-Edge to come up with an "aero" version of their Garmin mount to place the Garmin close to the stem to improve aerodynamics.



    I like the look of the dual color bar tape came out to be.



    Top view



    Pending items: Garmin Edge 1000 (should arrived next week), ENVE bottle cages (just came in today, will get it installed later)

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    Quote Originally Posted by etil_etanoat View Post
    Finally finally got it today! Yahooooo!!!

    A few bumps along the build process (eebrakes is not compatible with my F8 frame due to the short clearance from the rear brake mount to the seat stay) but they are behind me now!

    Bike specifications:
    Frame: Pinarello Dogma F8 Wiggo Tribute size 470
    Stem: ENVE carbon 100mm
    Bar: ENVE SES Aero bar 42mm
    Bar wrap: Lizards Skin DSP 2.5mm dual color (black & white)
    Group set: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
    Bottom bracket: Ceramic Speed ITA thread, coated
    Brake: Shimano Dura-Ace
    Cables: Jagwire Road Elite Link Brake
    Crank: Shimano Dura-Ace 52/36 170mm
    Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 12-25
    Chain: Shimano Dura-Ace
    Saddle: S-Works Toupe 143mm white
    Pedals: Look Keo Blade 2 Ti
    Wheel set: ENVE SES 4.5 clincher with Chris King ceramic hubs
    Tires: Continental GP4000S II (25C front, 23C rear with latex tubes)
    Computer: Garmin Edge 1000 (pending delivery)
    Computer mount: ENVE
    Powermeter: Stage left crank arm
    Bottle Cage: ENVE (pending installation)

    Here comes the photo galley!


    I have to say the bike looks much better in person compare to the photo!



    ENVE cockpit. The Aero bar flair matches the Dura-Ace Di2 lever flair nicely. There is no space on the bar clamping area for any other 3rd party Garmin mount except for the ENVE mount.



    Jagwire link brake cable housing is nice and clean. Although I have no luck with the eebrakes but the Dura-Ace brakes look nice as well!



    Chris King R45C hub makes some unique angry bee sound! Garmin speed censor is attached to the rear hub.



    Tested and trusted Sworks Toupe saddle. The SKY sticker on the seat post can be changed to gold if needed. The red tape is used by my fitter to identify my seat height, will be remove shortly.



    K-Edge chain catcher, STAGE power meter, Look Keo Blade 2 Ti paddle.



    Motivations on the top tube! The 25C tire on the front and 23C tire on the rear match the ENVE 4.5 rim width nicely and minimize tire overhang.



    Another look at ENVE cockpit. Tried fitting the Garmin Edge 1000 to the ENVE mount, it fits tightly and leaves no space between the Garmin and the stem face plate. I guess it is a good thing as I recall SKY team actually requested K-Edge to come up with an "aero" version of their Garmin mount to place the Garmin close to the stem to improve aerodynamics.



    I like the look of the dual color bar tape came out to be.



    Top view



    Pending items: Garmin Edge 1000 (should arrived next week), ENVE bottle cages (just came in today, will get it installed later)

    You don't need a speed sensor with a stages pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by antihero77 View Post
    You don't need a speed sensor with a stages pm
    I think you mean cadence sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antihero77 View Post
    You don't need a speed sensor with a stages pm
    Speed sensor is still needed with Stages pm. Stages only gets you the power and cadence. The GSP on Garmin Edge could give you the speed but I prefer a dedicated speed sensor.

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    Nice work.

    Your tires are on backwards. The larger one would go on the back. Both should be 23's though if you want to stick with as designed. Yes, I know. The front is wider. I own the same hoops.
    use a torque wrench

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMsRepBike View Post
    Nice work.

    Your tires are on backwards. The larger one would go on the back. Both should be 23's though if you want to stick with as designed. Yes, I know. The front is wider. I own the same hoops.
    Just wondering what would be a wider rim benefit is if it is without a wider tire? Understood that ENVE testing is done with 23C tire on both front and rear. My thought process is relatively simple, I just match the tire to the rim width, that's all.

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