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    Quote Originally Posted by Legend911
    .... Fuji Frame and fork warranty is only for 5 years but by then who knows what I will be doing.... Maybe I will even be fast by then.

    Actually... Fuji just changed their warranty to "lifetime" this year. I was told it covers "older fuji's" as well but I wonder how far back the warranty will extend.

    BTW... I picked up a Team Issue carbon in WHITE (yes, the white with the world champ stripes on it). I love it. It feels just as responsive as my old GT-Lotto alum. frame but SOO much smoother (that GT was stiff as granite)! I tell everyone it feels like I'm running 20psi under pressure!

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    Cool Fuji!

    Wow, they are lifetime warranty now. That is awesome. Mine is a 2004 so I hope it at least went back that far. I won't have to worry too much about messing it up then. Congratulations on the new bike.
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    Question fuji team rc euro

    hi guys, any thoughts on fuji team rc euro? i'm riding the team sl 05 ( ultegra ) now and just purchase there team rc v1 06 ( dura ace ) for $2150.00 and the manager is giving me there euro 06 ( campy chorus carbon ) for $3000.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by 514329
    hi guys, any thoughts on fuji team rc euro? i'm riding the team sl 05 ( ultegra ) now and just purchase there team rc v1 06 ( dura ace ) for $2150.00 and the manager is giving me there euro 06 ( campy chorus carbon ) for $3000.00

    The Team RC is the same as the Team Issue that I have and I love it! The fork rides just like my Reynolds Ouzo Pro too. $2150 sounds like a good deal for that frame with D/A. The frame retails for a little more than $2000 if you were to order it seperately.

    Those prices sound close to Performance's prices. I'll double check sometime this week with my local Performance if you'd like.

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    sorry i've been out of town for a week but yes, its from performance an i think i would try the euro versin tomorrow w/ campy chorus carbon but w/ a centaur front der.

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    i just (literally just) got an '03 fuji cross from a former teammate.

    it looks sweet, cant wait to get her built up in full cross livery

    edit - the build

    105 10spd groupset except bontrager race gxp crank/bb w/ fsa 48/38 rings and wipperman 10S1 chain
    shimano canti's w/ avid hangers
    ritchey wcs bar stem, pro seatpost and headset
    neuvation r28sl2 w/ michelin mud2 and salsa tubes
    shimano pedals
    fuji saddle, cinelli bartape, cateye screw in plugs

    its been posted on the cross forumn as well
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    One of my riding buddies is the local Fuji dealer. Needless to say we have both benefitted from this relationship. I have a 2000 Fuji Team refitted with Ultegra 10, a 2001 Fuji Cross with Ultegra 9, a 2004 Fuji Track Pro for fixed gear riding and a 2004 Team Issue with Dura Ace 10. They are all great bikes for their intended purpose; the '04 Team Issue is truly amazing--it is the stiffest of all [except maybe the Track Pro] and by far the most comfortable bike I've ever ridden. It has become my century bike and for really any ride over 2 hours. I love 'em all though; just hard to keep them all satisfied...

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    Check out my sig. I love it!!
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    Hello
    I have a 05 fuji professional. There a bunch of the carbon fujis on our club rides, wanted to add some color to look a little different, whatcha think???
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    05 Team SL

    I just got an 05 Team SL aluminum frame that I will have built out with an all Utegra group and Bontrager Race Lite wheels. I hope is as stiff and fast as I am expecting.

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    Fuji

    I have a 05 Roubaix Pro that I set up with a full Ultegra 10 kit after being hit by a car and I couldn't be happier. One thing that I don't care much for is the carbon stays because I don't know what effect it will have on the durability of the entire bike.

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    I have a Fuji, no idea what frame it is as I bought it from a friend a few years back and it's a mix of parts. He'd had it for a while when I bought it; I'm guessing it's from the late 1990s.

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    Nice pics guys...

    Curious as to anyone with a 58cm Team, Team Issue, RC, or Pro...how tall are you? I'm looking at a getting a new Fuji Team Issue...but am sort of between the 58cm and 61. I am 6'1 (185cm)

    Thanks!

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    Uhm, I am more into the build then the frame....that is just me.

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    I think you must realize that you bars are sexy...I like the wrap!

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    I'm 6'5 and I ride a 61cm Fuji Team. Nice bike I like it. Good luck

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    2005 Team Pro

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    Here is a picture of the Team Issue I just built. So far I have only gotten one ride on it and that was on the trainer.



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    Looks Fast

    I'm remember last year that you built up a Blue for racing. Is this the race bike now?

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    Yes, this frame replaced the Blue. Only new parts are the crankset, front derailleur, saddle, and a set of zero gravity ti brakes are on the way for it.

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    I purchased an 06 Fuji Roubaix RC last year and just love it. It is my first "real" road bike and I don't have any complaints at all. Great ride. I don't have any closeup pics of it, but here is one of me crossing the finish line of the 06 Tour de Tucson.
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    Updated Photo

    Much has changed with my '05 Team SL. The differences being that everything is Dura Ace 9 except the cranks which are FSA SLK Mega Exo, Look KeO Sprint pedals, Specialized Toupe Gel saddle, Easton EC70 post, Tacx Tao cages, and some 38mm carbon tubulars (Gigantex rims w/AC hubs). Bathroom scale says 17.5 lbs. - not bad for a 56 cm frame.

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    Here's a pic of her in action back in Sept. I bought the frame and fork late in the season (from the RBR classifieds) as a stiffer replacement for my Look KG361. The ride is harsher, but it's a race bike and I've gotten used to the ride. I have no complaints after 1100 miles on it (plus I like the look of the nude Al).
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    Here is a little update on my 2006 Team Issue. I still need to swap out the shifters and rear derailleur for Chorus but other than that it is pretty much done.


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    We need a new Fuji thread.
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    Hey, I own a 05 team pro as pictured above by MRDICK. I like it better than my old giant ocr 2. Anyone have recommendations for upgrades?

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