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    S-Works Handlebars?

    Hey,

    I pulled these bars off a '94 S-Works so I'm assuming they're S-Works bars, but I'm wondering if those small perforations all over the clamp area are normal or if there's something wrong with them.

    I was also wondering if anyone knows who in Italy produced them for Specialized. Were they still working with Cinelli at that point?

    Thanks for any info!
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    Never have seen those, but if I had to guess I'd say 3TTT. Did they work with Cinelli?

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    I don't know, I remember reading an article about how Sinyard got started importing Cinelli products, so there must have been some sort of working relationship.

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    Looks like a ttt pro comp? bar
    The text in the clamp area screams ttt anyway.

    Pitting looks to be an aftermarket "upgrade"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzler View Post
    I don't know, I remember reading an article about how Sinyard got started importing Cinelli products, so there must have been some sort of working relationship.
    Oh, yes, imported the stuff in the early days, but don't know that they ever made stuff for Specialized.

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    That bar looks VERY similar to the Salsa (Pro Moto?) bar made by 3T. Different logos, same center section. My Salsa bar does not have the "pox" marks on the clamp area, just the lines, and the "made in italy".
    Don't call it a gooseneck.

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    confirming what others have suggested, but I have a set of 3TTT bars with that exact same heat treatment decal on them.
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