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Old 07-19-2018, 02:00 AM
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Originally Posted by kenwidmerpool View Post
You are missing a very large jockey wheel. Are they not done among this group? I have size envy down here with oc crew .
u mean oversized ceramic speed pulley? i tried not good enough to see wattage different
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:06 AM
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u mean oversized ceramic speed pulley? i tried not good enough to see wattage different
Yea. Being a niche snob I was looking at BB products and campy wheel rebuild stuff from c bear instead.
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:07 AM
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I like black bikes.

This is a sick bike. And the snub saddle works .I used to get grilled for using one on my c60. Works here .
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:08 AM
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Yea. Being a niche snob I was looking at BB products and campy wheel rebuild stuff from c bear instead.

===> top shelf


snub saddle is the rage, on aero fame i use those otherwise i prefer old school
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:12 AM
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happier days (okay, not so happy, I had just popped off the winning break at final drag) with my cipo . I think this was the relaxed geo model .
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:20 AM
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I like that snub saddle a lot - it's the S-Works Power. I tried a more traditional one, the Ronin, for a few weeks and on a century with Mooty. I found it really painful and immediately swapped back to the short saddle.

Mooty, Thats the SL Sprint stem.

I think we should have a few RL guys doing the Marin Century in two weeks. Maybe the Sharkster can come cheer us on?
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:28 AM
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u mean oversized ceramic speed pulley? i tried not good enough to see wattage different
I wonder if the relevant comparison is a smfw... It doesnt add horsepower (watts) but gives you better access to them? No idea...

V12 bike hauler finally fixed so might see some of you on the roads.

Now, back to my hole .
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:36 AM
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Originally Posted by J9277655 View Post
I like that snub saddle a lot - it's the S-Works Power. I tried a more traditional one, the Ronin, for a few weeks and on a century with Mooty. I found it really painful and immediately swapped back to the short saddle.

Mooty, Thats the SL Sprint stem.

I think we should have a few RL guys doing the Marin Century in two weeks. Maybe the Sharkster can come cheer us on?
I want that stem

i like selle italia SLR, s-works taupe, power
nut power is too wide and flat on top so power arc is going on venge will report back
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:37 AM
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Originally Posted by J9277655 View Post
I like that snub saddle a lot - it's the S-Works Power. I tried a more traditional one, the Ronin, for a few weeks and on a century with Mooty. I found it really painful and immediately swapped back to the short saddle.

Mooty, Thats the SL Sprint stem.

I think we should have a few RL guys doing the Marin Century in two weeks. Maybe the Sharkster can come cheer us on?
marin century

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This is a sick bike. And the snub saddle works .I used to get grilled for using one on my c60. Works here .

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Old 07-19-2018, 02:48 AM
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Had to be done. Snob factor was getting a little outta control even by Porsche standards.
give me a good donut any day of week. No those fancy bacon ones either.

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I dunno here we are in 2018 figuring out if the Earth is flat and/or if mooty knows his zeit. All I know is this madman is on two wheels probably more than he is on 4 Wheels. In fact if I have to see that Tour de France pose on one of those bikes ever again when I’m cruising through my favorite NorCal roads in a porsche I might just have to eat 12 of those jelly doughnuts. Mooty doesn’t like Italian trash when it comes to cars. Nor English reliability. He’s usually right. Except about those four point ohs. So silly of him to drive those instead of fluff them for 200 miles a year.
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I think we should have a few RL guys doing the Marin Century in two weeks. Maybe the Sharkster can come cheer us on?
sign me up. I’ll being the donuts. And at around mile 90 when in your head you’re thinking “wtf am i doing i could be eating a donut or driving a Porsche” I’ll be wrapping up a 3 hr canyon drive and meeting y’all at the finish.

Belly full. Time for some ham.

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Old 07-19-2018, 03:07 AM
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had a white c59 canĺt find pic
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Had to be done. Snob factor was getting a little outta control even by Porsche standards.


Finally back to things I can understand.
Looks just like the catered breakfast and lunch for the upcoming private TRAKCAR day at Sebring
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What kind of tartare?
Was in Shanghai 3 weeks ago and visiting wife's family and celebrating one of her uncle's 90th bday. Guess what this is?(originated from Japan I believe) Delish. Jamon in Spain is pretty awesome when I visited Barcelona- old fashion cut slices with a knife off la ramblas district ie La Bouqueria.
i'm gonna say horse, since this looks a fair bit like the horse sashimi i had in Japan years ago.
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^Yes. Tastes like beef. Mike
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