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    SL3 Brothers, Neon Red Bomb vs Yellow Project

    here it is mine

    NEON RED 49 size



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    next pics will show DI2 Custom Integration by Concept64 (PAU Pyrénées FRANCE)


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeje91 View Post
    here it is mine

    Nice!
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    Im seriously considering picking up one of these now. That color is insane.

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    Very nice!

    WIll you be leaving Pau on 14th July in the direction of Bagneres de Luchon by any chance?

    (Etape du Tour).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernithebiker View Post
    Very nice!

    WIll you be leaving Pau on 14th July in the direction of Bagneres de Luchon by any chance?

    (Etape du Tour).
    hi Berny,

    Yes, i hope to be on the race this day

    you also ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeje91 View Post
    hi Berny,

    Yes, i hope to be on the race this day

    you also ?
    Yes, I will keep my eyes open for a small bright red SL3!

    (Not easy amongst 6000 other bikes!)

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    Let see Di2 custom,
















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    Thanks to Jerome from Concept64 Shop.












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    Quote Originally Posted by RkFast View Post
    Im seriously considering picking up one of these now. That color is insane.
    The color is spectacular in real life...Pictures do NOT do it justice at all.

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    Beautiful imaging, jeje! The raindrops add to the presentation. What's that bracket on the rear brake mount?
    Santa Barbara, CA -- My Photo Site -- My Business Site

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    Looks like the chain is not installed correctly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Special Eyes View Post
    Beautiful imaging, jeje! The raindrops add to the presentation. What's that bracket on the rear brake mount?
    to hold the race plate

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny and the jets View Post
    Looks like the chain is not installed correctly?
    merde, you are right,

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    The bike and the guy in action

    Last edited by jeje91; 04-28-2012 at 12:25 PM.

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    Nice work, Jeje! Nice bike and great photos!

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    At least 3 out of 6 bikes are S-Works........!

    Where is that in France?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernithebiker View Post
    At least 3 out of 6 bikes are S-Works........!

    Where is that in France?
    it was a 100km race near Auch.

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    hello, you had to do some modification in the frame to use the cannondale cranks? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooger View Post
    hello, you had to do some modification in the frame to use the cannondale cranks? thanks
    hello,

    you do not need to modify anything on an Sl3 OSBB + Cannondade SI SL

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    thanks, you have an incredible machine

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    Neon Red has now few races, all with rain and hard conditions, using C24 Tu Shimano.
    No problem with the Di2 integration. The perfect climbing race bike in my opinion.

    I'm now building a Yellow Project one, with C50 Tu Shimano and Ui2 integrated. For training and flat races.
    Frame is 49 one also.

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    Last edited by jeje91; 05-04-2012 at 11:20 AM.

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    Last edited by jeje91; 05-04-2012 at 11:22 AM.

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    Can you document the Ui2 integration a bit on this one? I have an SL3 S-works frame with Red on it and I've been thinking about swapping to the electronic Ultegra. Since the other bike came out so clean with all the DA Di2 wires, I'm betting this one will be even better.

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