MOOTS RSL revisited..... 6.4 kg!
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    MOOTS RSL revisited..... 6.4 kg!

    check it out, ready for the 2015 season:
    new CAMPAGNOLO SUPER RECORD 2015
    new AX LIGHTNESS 3000 brakeset
    new CARBON-TI HS compressor

    rides like a dream!
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    MOOTS RSL revisited..... 6.4 kg!

    Looks great. What size is the frame and what made you go with mechanical components vs electric? The reason why I ask is because I have a Vamoots RSL as well with Sram Red, but I believe the frame is too big and will be ordering s new frameset as soon as I can decide if I want to stay with my mechanical set up or switch to DuraAce Di2.

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    I have this MOOTS RSL since sept'12. I love the simplicity and the simple aspect of the new CAMPAGNOLO SR. works very well indeed.
    I have Di2 on another bicycle, in fact I own 5 great road bicycles. I like different feelings, like driving a Ferrari or a Bentley, both great yet radically different.
    here is my LOOK Di2.
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    it is a size 50, stock. I'm 164 cm/55 kg.
    electric at least SHIMANO works very well, but Dura Ace mechanic works so well too.
    the new Campagnolo works 100%, I have 2 SUPER RECORD'15 and one winter bike with RECORD'15.
    here is my LIGHTWEIGHT/SR'15/LIGHTWEIGHT OBERMAYER wheelset (940 gr/set). size 48, the bike weight 5.640 kg.
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    Looks great but best of luck with the Ax brakes...not a fun braking experience for me.

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    MOOTS RSL revisited..... 6.4 kg!

    Quote Originally Posted by greybicycle View Post
    it is a size 50, stock. I'm 164 cm/55 kg.
    electric at least SHIMANO works very well, but Dura Ace mechanic works so well too.
    the new Campagnolo works 100%, I have 2 SUPER RECORD'15 and one winter bike with RECORD'15.
    here is my LIGHTWEIGHT/SR'15/LIGHTWEIGHT OBERMAYER wheelset (940 gr/set). size 48, the bike weight 5.640 kg.
    Great bikes.

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    well, I'm using these brand of brake since 2005. this is an improved model that brake fairly well, yet I'm 120 pounds....

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    Sweet ride!

    What's a CARBON-TI HS compressor?
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    it is a brand of lightweight components.
    carbon-ti
    the compressor weight about half (13 gr) and is really well made….
    check their website.

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    Amazing collection of Bicycles!!!! You know how to build them up right!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcgill View Post
    Amazing collection of Bicycles!!!! You know how to build them up right!!!!
    here is my Swiss winter bicycle, the other one is in Belgium where I go once a month.
    BMC SLC01/campagnolo record 2015/DT tricon tubeless with SCHWALBE ONE tubeless (22 mm)/SKS XL fenders/about 7.2 kg
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    my Swiss winter's bicycle

    voilà, better view…on the bike itself….
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    Curious what you are using for the PF30 BB - Campy PF cups or one of the aftermarket setups? I've been told the Parlee Campy-specific cups work very well.

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    well I'm currently using PRAXIXWORKS campy adaptator, so far so good!

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