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    FPQuattro Ultegra. Nice ride. Bought it after I crashed my earlier bike by hitting an ******* motorcyclist at 35 kmph.

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    Cool

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    My Bike

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    Tape = DiPell Vintage

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    My 2013 Dogma with DuraAce DI2

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    Dogma 65.1 2014 Italian Colors Dura ace di2 components w rotor 3d+ crank


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    Any good? I think it needs more orange.

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    The Wife's, Could not convince her to go orange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rplace13 View Post
    Any good? I think it needs more orange.
    Change to black handlebar tape, black cables, black tape on the seatpost, and black rim logos, or even better just peel them off. Then get an orange saddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinelli 82220 View Post
    Change to black handlebar tape, black cables, black tape on the seatpost, and black rim logos, or even better just peel them off. Then get an orange saddle.
    AMEN! all the different colors make it too busy. that is a gorgeous bike but it has way too much going on. getting rid of the decals and the heinous white trim will bring out the orange. I would also probably change the hoods to black? not trying to be a jerk - I really like the looks of that frame.
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    For the most part been there done that. For my tastes black tape and housing is pretty boring. Don't be like the rest of lemmings and break away from the pack. Black is so safe because it hides the dirt on the bars and grease on the housing, but I say invest $40 a couple of times a year and retape the bars.

    I do agree on the wheel decals, but I'm not 100% sure I am keeping them so might let the next owner decide. I've yet to find an orange Fizik arione with carbon rails...but always looking.

    Here it is in more murdered out mode. Thanks for the suggestions but not really for me. The more obnoxious the bike the faster you better be to back it up. Black tape = slow climber

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    I have a Colnago with Art Décor paint as well. Again not everyone's cup of tea but if you are going to ride Italian bikes they better have some flair, else why not just ride a Trek/Specialized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rplace13 View Post
    Black tape = slow climber
    Hey, I resemble that remark. I don't have the decals on my 202's and it didn't help either.

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    Here is my Kobh. can't wait to ride her once weather permits!!!

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    This is my Dogma. Last sunday I rode her for the first time and I liked it a lot.


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    Here's a couple of pics of what I think is an early 80's Super Record Frameset

    Impossible to say for sure because there were no component parts, just the frameset. However after a fair bit of searching on the old interweb I reckon it is a Super Record.

    The main reference point to differentiate this frame from a Treviso frame of the same age (looking at the Pinarello catalogue from 1982) are the chrome front forks.

    I also don't think it's much later than 1982 because of the flat crown forks and the single set of bottle cage mounts.

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    Post a pic of your Pinarello!

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    My ROKH, love it. Need to ride it more!!

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    Post a pic of your Pinarello!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodWine View Post
    Here's a couple of pics of what I think is an early 80's Super Record Frameset

    Impossible to say for sure because there were no component parts, just the frameset. However after a fair bit of searching on the old interweb I reckon it is a Super Record.

    The main reference point to differentiate this frame from a Treviso frame of the same age (looking at the Pinarello catalogue from 1982) are the chrome front forks.

    I also don't think it's much later than 1982 because of the flat crown forks and the single set of bottle cage mounts.

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    BEAUTY!! paint looks to be in good shape, shame about the decals though. if you haven't seen it, I have a Pinarello Record which I am fairly certain is about an '83.

    I've posted the link on the first page, but here's a link to some pics to save you from digging.

    how do you plan on building this one? Full retro, or with modern components?

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    Quote Originally Posted by r_o_b_s_o_n View Post
    BEAUTY!! paint looks to be in good shape, shame about the decals though. if you haven't seen it, I have a Pinarello Record which I am fairly certain is about an '83.

    I've posted the link on the first page, but here's a link to some pics to save you from digging.

    how do you plan on building this one? Full retro, or with modern components?

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    As soon as I bought my frameset I started looking around the net for other 80's Pinarello's and yours was one of the stand out bikes I came across.

    My intended build is going to be pretty similar to your one.

    Campag Chorus 10 speed shifters and mechs with a Campag silver compact chainset and Chorus 10 speed hubs laced to H+ Son grey box section rims.

    Probably going to be a month or so before I start the build.

    Will post pics when it comes together.

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    awesome! I'm looking forward to seeing the build progress!

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    My FP Due with FFWD 60mm clinchers. She has slowly been upgraded with a full Ultegra drive train from original 105. Now just under 9,000kms from new but like my grandfather's axe the only bits to have done anything like that distance are the frame, BB and the stem.
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    My new beauty!!!!PINARELLO DOGMA 033.jpg

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    Why would you do that?!

    Now you have no excuses!? You can't blame the bike anymore

    haha, beauty!!

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