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Samee’s builds – Colnago Concept Disc with Sram Red Etap and Lightweight Fernwegs

We have build a lot of amazing bikes in the Store but this Colnago Concept Disc has to be one of the nicest and most amazing builds Samee has ever pulled off.

Amore di questo Colango. Cosa di bellezza

Bike specs and weight: 7.8kg – 17.71lbs

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Samee and the Concept

6 thoughts on “Samee’s builds – Colnago Concept Disc with Sram Red Etap and Lightweight Fernwegs

  1. Hallo Robert,
    Aufmerksam habe ich die obigen Zeilen über die montage des Rotor Carbon Kettenblatts gelesen ! Stellt sich mir nur die Frage wie bekomme ich das Blatt drauf ! In der bedienungsanleitung von SRAM steht das man den Batterien Kasten
    bei der d Zero Kurbel nicht abmontieren soll ! Deswegen die Frage an Dich ? Kurbel durch lösen der Torx Schrauben entfernen um das Blatt drauf zubekommen, oder doch Batterie Kasten entfernen!?
    LG und vielen Dank in Voraus
    Tom

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    1. Hi Tom,
      We have trimmed off a little bit of Material on the Ring using a round file so it fits behind the Quarq Battery case. We only take away a very little amount of material and have not noticed a change in stiffness or shift performance. I hope the answer helps.

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  2. Hey mate nice build. Curious what you did to mount the qarbon NoQ with the dzero? Shim/trim/cut some material off? If so, does it affect the rings structure?

    Cheers

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    1. Hi Franics, we have trimmed off a little bit of Material on the Ring so it fits behind the Quarq Battery case. We only take away very little amount of material and have not noticed a change in stiffness or shift performance. I hope the answer helps.

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      1. Oooooo sweet! Love your work! Thanks for the reply.
        … sorry to be a pain but what tools were required for the job?

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