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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Tsunami] [ In reply to ]
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Tsunami Oct 15, 18 17:27
Question for you. I see the Tri Rig Omega front brake. Did you happen to change the rear brake too? If so, any issues fitting another Omega there?

Yes, Omega on the rear. I had to use one of the included brackets, which cause it to stick out a bit. I was assured by Tririg that I mounted correctly. It offended me for a minute and I got over it. Way better braking with the omega.

I am sure to clean out the fairing and in particular the magnets. I have been riding it for ~3 years now and haven’t lost the cover.
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Tsunami] [ In reply to ]
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Duffy] [ In reply to ]
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Updated my ~2010 Cannondale Slice after really loving the Etap conversion I did on my roadie recently.

Sram Etap 11speed
Compact 50/34 165mn crank
Garmin Vector 3 Pedals
TriRig Brakes front & rear (I did the same on my aero roadie and I love their stopping power)
TriRig alpha bars and Gamma extensions. (love the new front end!)
Torhans bento box (the frame owes me nothing, so boldly went where tri rig did and installed bottle bosses in the top tube)
Flo 45 Carbon Clinchers (replaced my old Zipp 404 10sp w/ Power tap)
Etap Clicks on the end of the extensions, and blips mounted underneath the pursuit bar for shifting from either position.
Feels like a brand new bike now and looks sweet! Super pleased with it. Makes me excited to ride again. I don't miss the R2C shifters at all. She shifts like a dream now.
Last edited by: Nickwisdom: May 31, 19 8:33
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Nickwisdom] [ In reply to ]
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Very nice and clean. I don't see any zip ties; are you sticking your bento on there?

Edit: never mind, I finally read that you added bosses...would love to see pix of that. I briefly thought about that, but the tube is so narrow and I am chicken.
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [ale_ers] [ In reply to ]
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Not for the faint of heart.... I drilled holes in the top tube and riveted in bottle bosses for the bento. Tutorial on where I got the idea below. It will void your frame's warranty.

https://www.tririg.com/...rage_Bosses_Tutorial
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [ale_ers] [ In reply to ]
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He mentioned he followed this TriRig guide to install your own bento bosses on any bike with a flat top tube. I wanted to do that on my p3c but it had too much curvature and I wasn't sure how it was going to work out. Does look really good though.

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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [realbdeal] [ In reply to ]
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It will work just fine on a P3C as long as you are careful. The most important part is to ensure each hole is centered on the top tube, so that each rivnut will be centered and axially aligned.

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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Nickwisdom] [ In reply to ]
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My 2015 green / black / white Slice got a total make over: paint, electronic shifting, and bar / brake upgrades. I've been taking pictures in different locations, at different times of day, from different angles, but I haven't hit gold yet. Decided to load something anyway before there is no shot left to take that doesn't involve paint gouged down to the primer.






I'd like to cut the monopost down a bit at some point, once I'm convinced I'm done tinkering with the build.

Other than some extra flexing to the front end that I wasn't used to, it rides the same as before. I have rolled some familiar courses in slightly faster times on lower wattage but am unsure whether any of that might have to do with the crank / chainring reinstall (? - ETA in the event the power meter needed recalibration or something...).

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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Tsunami] [ In reply to ]
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That's a nice looking Slice
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [BigBoyND] [ In reply to ]
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Thanks!

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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Nickwisdom] [ In reply to ]
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Nickwisdom wrote:




Updated my ~2010 Cannondale Slice after really loving the Etap conversion I did on my roadie recently.

Sram Etap 11speed
Compact 50/34 165mn crank
Garmin Vector 3 Pedals
TriRig Brakes front & rear (I did the same on my aero roadie and I love their stopping power)
TriRig alpha bars and Gamma extensions. (love the new front end!)
Torhans bento box (the frame owes me nothing, so boldly went where tri rig did and installed bottle bosses in the top tube)
Flo 45 Carbon Clinchers (replaced my old Zipp 404 10sp w/ Power tap)
Etap Clicks on the end of the extensions, and blips mounted underneath the pursuit bar for shifting from either position.
Feels like a brand new bike now and looks sweet! Super pleased with it. Makes me excited to ride again. I don't miss the R2C shifters at all. She shifts like a dream now.

I can't tell how you routed the rear brake cable? It normally runs under the basebar and to the left side of the headtube into the frame and comes out on the left side of the rear top tube. Did you route it differently? I also have a 2010 Slice that was recently upgraded to Etap.
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Billyk24] [ In reply to ]
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The brake cable exits from the center of the basebar and then goes into the top tube entry port through the bento box. I had to carve out a portion of the bento box bottom to make this possible. The brake cable housing then gives me something firm to route the etap wires along to the blip box that also lives in the bento box. Hopefully that made sense. I'm away from the bike or I'd add photos.
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Nickwisdom] [ In reply to ]
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Nickwisdom wrote:
The brake cable exits from the center of the basebar and then goes into the top tube entry port through the bento box. I had to carve out a portion of the bento box bottom to make this possible. The brake cable housing then gives me something firm to route the etap wires along to the blip box that also lives in the bento box. Hopefully that made sense. I'm away from the bike or I'd add photos.

You TriRiged punched three holes into the top tube (one for brake cable, two for the bento bag) to make this setup work? I agree the Etap setup helps minimize cable cluster.
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Billyk24] [ In reply to ]
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Nope.... I installed two top tube bosses for the bento, but there was already a cable entry port towards the left hand side of the top tube on my slice.
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Tsunami] [ In reply to ]
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Looks sick!
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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Timk] [ In reply to ]
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My 2012 Slice in Roth 2019.

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Re: Let's See Your Slice! [Jigsy] [ In reply to ]
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Here’s mine. I just purchased a vision base bar because I don’t like how the handles flip up.
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