Author Topic: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build  (Read 10452 times)

martink

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #45 on: December 11, 2015, 05:28:18 AM »
Thank you very much for your pics and your quick reply.
I think the small vertical distance here is too close in my opinion.
A few more millimeters clearance there would make the frame perfect.

I will order the Xerxes tires and at least try it out for myself.
Chances are good. The spikes are mounted on the side of the tire:
http://www.bike24.de/i/p/5/6/117365_02_d.jpg

But your tubeless Pro One's are probably a bit deeper.

The side clearance should be more than enough tough.
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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #46 on: December 20, 2015, 08:07:19 PM »

I have a couple of rides in with my temporary front axle and so far I am really liking the frame.  Still playing around with the fit, going to try a -10 and a -17 stem to drop the bars a little from the -6 stem I have on it now.

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #47 on: December 20, 2015, 09:53:55 PM »
Thank you very much for your pics and your quick reply.
I think the small vertical distance here is too close in my opinion.
A few more millimeters clearance there would make the frame perfect.

I will order the Xerxes tires and at least try it out for myself.
Chances are good. The spikes are mounted on the side of the tire:
http://www.bike24.de/i/p/5/6/117365_02_d.jpg

But your tubeless Pro One's are probably a bit deeper.

The side clearance should be more than enough tough.

Martink, check with Bclem here http://chinertown.com/index.php/topic,809.0.html as he also got a 54 like you, and from his pictures there may be more room between the tire and the seat tube on the 54 than my 58.

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #48 on: December 20, 2015, 11:20:54 PM »
Awesome build Joelk.  Did the frame come with any grommets for di2?  Can you please take close ups of the holes for the internal cabling?

Thanks!

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #49 on: December 21, 2015, 12:19:14 AM »
Awesome build Joelk.  Did the frame come with any grommets for di2?  Can you please take close ups of the holes for the internal cabling?

Thanks!
Thank you.

The frame came with the fittings for a cable setup installed.  They are oval aluminum inserts held in pace by a small countersunk allen head screw.  It also came with the pictured fittings that I assume are for a DI2 setup.

There is a hole low on the seat post for the DI2 wiring for the front derailleur.

The frame also came with the rubber plug you see for those of us running cables.

If you need any more pictures/info just ask.  You may also want to check out Bclem's thread as he is running DI2 on the same frame http://chinertown.com/index.php/topic,809.0.html

Edited to add:
Here is a close up picture of a cable port/fitting, where the rear derailleur cable enters just behind the head tube, if that helps you see the difference.  The small countersunk screw securing the aluminum insert is hidden behind the cable.
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martink

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #50 on: December 21, 2015, 11:06:35 AM »
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Martink, check with Bclem here http://chinertown.com/index.php/topic,809.0.html as he also got a 54 like you, and from his pictures there may be more room between the tire and the seat tube on the 54 than my 58.

Thank you! That's very interesting... I will happily report how the spike tires will fit, when everything has arrived. Thanks for your picture!

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #51 on: December 21, 2015, 11:19:47 AM »
Awesome, thanks for the pictures!

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #52 on: April 01, 2016, 08:22:53 AM »
Nice set-up! Well done sir.
The idea of building a road bike grows in me. I have a question though: Legacy wheels.

1.) Can a Hope Pro 2 Evo & Stan's ZTR Crest wheels could fit 092?
2.) Can a DT Swiss Spline X1700 MTB wheelset 350 hub?

15x100/12x142mm wheels, per say installing 25mm ~ 28mm road tyres.

Very helpful information appreciated  :D

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #53 on: April 01, 2016, 11:27:20 AM »
The Hope rear hub will bolt right in.  The Hope front hub would need new endcaps for the 12x100 front axle.  However I don't think the Stans rims are rated for the pressures used on road tires.

I don't know if DT has 12mm endcaps for the 350 hubs.

I am approaching 1000 miles on this bike and am still very happy with it.

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #54 on: July 03, 2016, 08:40:49 PM »
Bike looks great. What an amazing looking build.
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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #55 on: July 22, 2016, 11:00:52 AM »
@JoelK, couldn't find the size of the frame your have. Can you please tell me ?

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Re: CS-092SL disc brake road bike build
« Reply #56 on: August 19, 2016, 03:09:51 PM »
@JoelK, couldn't find the size of the frame your have. Can you please tell me ?
Sorry I missed this.  My frame is a 58cm. 
Still really happy with it.  No problems or issues.