Good news - it's easy to drop your pads down significantly.
We're aiming to lower them by 55m (from 65 to 120)
You have what looks like a 100mm stem at -6 degrees. And a 20mm headset cover (the cone under the stem)
Changing to a 100x-17 and a 5mm (Cobb) cover gets 30mm
(actually, it looks like you have a 48 - the effect will be the same as the head tube angle is the same)
Then we can loose a lot with the aerobars too - the ones you have are very high stack. I don't have that exact model here - I do have some Vision F.A.S.T here that are 40mm pad stack, but yours appear to add at least 15mm to that.
If you get the non adjustable Vision bars http://www.visiontechusa.com/...trimax-team-clip-on/
The pad stack is 25mm in your width setting. So we loose another 30mm there (and make your bike a lot lighter.
We've actually overshot the mark, so you would have a couple of spacers under the stem, which may mean that you don't have to remove the rubber cable cover.
For the reach, again there is a bit of uncertainty around the bars. The ones I have are 10mm further forward than the Team clip on.
However - going to the flatter stem increases the reach (as you'll see in the calcs above). And lowering the pads will increase the measured reach from saddle to pads, so you likely won't need a longer stem.
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Or - Speedtheory