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My new Masi
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[attachment=4029][attachment=4031][attachment=4030][attachment=4029] [attachment=4030][attachment=4031][attachment=4033] added clippless pedals computer ready to ride as soon as the weather permits got a great deal on this 2012 closeout .
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she is a beauty
There are two kinds of people in the world, "Those who help themselves to people, and those who help people!"
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(03-24-2013, 07:43 PM)painkiller Wrote:  she is a beauty

thanks PainKiller !!!
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It looks like the rear derailluer is the rd-2300 series, Is that what the shifters are too?. I used the Fc-2303 crankset on one of my builds and it was pretty nice for the money I thought. I did later swap my rear cassette and went with the 105 rear derailluer because I got a good deal on them
There are two kinds of people in the world, "Those who help themselves to people, and those who help people!"
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(03-24-2013, 08:19 PM)painkiller Wrote:  It looks like the rear derailluer is the rd-2300 series, Is that what the shifters are too?. I used the Fc-2303 crankset on one of my builds and it was pretty nice for the money I thought. I did later swap my rear cassette and went with the 105 rear derailluer because I got a good deal on them

yes it is the shifters are the st-2300 they seem to work well this is my first bike without the old stem mount or twist shifter something to get used to but so far so good .
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That is beautiful. It screams <<<<<<FAST
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(12-06-2013, 03:43 PM)mumra06 Wrote:  That is beautiful. It screams <<<<<<FAST

thanks mumra06' yeah I love it haven,t got to ride much lately but last time I got to ride went blowing by a much more expensive fugi I loved it thanks again for the comment .
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You'll love the "brifters". Once you get used to them they are so easy to shift. Hardest part might be getting used to positioning your hands comfortably on the hoods. Nice bike as well.
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(12-07-2013, 01:25 PM)RBurrelli Wrote:  You'll love the "brifters". Once you get used to them they are so easy to shift. Hardest part might be getting used to positioning your hands comfortably on the hoods. Nice bike as well.

yeah I love the shifters they work great and I move my hands around a lot any way but it,s pretty comfortable and thanks for the comment .
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