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    New question here. Faux, you did look at the Syncros booth, didn't you?







    White is the new black, I guess.

    Those bits look a lot nicer than the Diety stuff imo. I have a Bulk bar on my 6-Pack and I like the shape and length of it very much. It feels like FSA bars and Answer Protapers but comes in a generous 28" 710mm width.
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    Man, this all-white fad was big in the '80's; who'd a thunk it'd make a comeback.

    You're making Don Johnson proud:
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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy

    White is the new black, I guess.

    Those bits look a lot nicer than the Diety stuff imo. I have a Bulk bar on my 6-Pack and I like the shape and length of it very much. It feels like FSA bars and Answer Protapers but comes in a generous 28" 710mm width.
    oh yeah...i saw that. I talked to Syncros as well but just was not sure about the hub part of it. The rims are great but the DS28 wheel combo is a standard quick release and the step up white wheelset was nice but i passed since for wheels, i did not want anything that heavy (i know...hypocrite).

    that stem will likely be what i switch to if need be.

    also talked to DT swiss about their soon to be released sweet all white EX1750 set and while nice, retail is gonna be $1035 and would much rather have I9s anyway.

    besides, in case you have not noticed, half of the fun of this project is going against what any homer recommends

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    Homers recommend Turners.
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    beautiful macro

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    Homers recommend Turners.
    HELLO, earth to tscheezy

    Fo's psyche is very complex(read: fvcked up) Do not try to understand his motives, it will only result in further pain and suffering for the logical minded folks out there like you, you have to be somewhat twisted in the head, like Aqua and Squeaky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    HELLO, earth to tscheezy

    Fo's psyche is very complex(read: fvcked up) Do not try to understand his motives, it will only result in further pain and suffering for the logical minded folks out there like you, you have to be somewhat twisted in the head, like Aqua and Squeaky.
    well said rroeder....he should definitely thank you for those words of wisdom

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    I have a Bulk bar on my 6-Pack and I like the shape and length of it very much. It feels like FSA bars and Answer Protapers but comes in a generous 28" 710mm width.
    I think I see a new bar in my future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrashTheDOG
    I think I see a new bar in my future.
    the Bulk bar is lame...it is under 300 grams I think

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    How much of their line is rebranded stuff from Taiwan, a la everything Ritchey sells?

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