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Koba Protool

Frameswap after a friend broke her 2020 Argon 18 Nitrogen Disc S frame racing a local crit. Plus sorting out the di2 mess. And the colour matching mess, and the ugly headset. The Koba frame is designed for FSA ACR Cockpits but even if the rear brakehouse and shiftcable are routed normaly internal under the stem, the front brakehouse comes out of the forkshaft under the topcap. This requires a proprietary expander, proprietary stem, proprietary topcap and proprietary handlebar. All of these parts are ugly, heavy, expensive and out off stock everywhere so no thanks FSA! The Deda DCR System seems much better so I drilled a 5mm hole and ''adapted'' the fork to DCR system.

Koba ''private mold'' Protool XS in mat black

Koba oem fork / Deda S-DCR 1.5 Headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano Ultegra FC-R8000 170mm 50/34 / SM-BB92B 41Ø 86.5mm

Garmin Vector Gen 2 because triathletes realy do not care about the aestetic of bikes

Shimano Ultegra CS-R8000 11-34 Cassette / CN-HG901 Dura-Ace 116L Chain

Shimano Ultegra / RD-R8000 / FD-R8000 / ST-R8070 with Titanium Clamps Y63X98050

Pro vibe carbon compact 40cm wrapped with 2mm Ergon BT Gravel bartape / pro LT alloy 80mm 6°

Specialized Mimic / Koba oem seatpost

Shimano Ultegra BR-R8170 12-speed caliper / RT-CL900 160/140mm

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
DT-Swiss PR 1600 / Vittoria N.EXT 700x28c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Dt-Swiss PR 1600 / Vittoria N.EXT 700x28c

2x Tacx Bottlecage Jagwire foam liner around the rear brakehouse.

More Info:
Di2 Build Plan: 1. post EW-RS910 Handlebarplug right side with EW-SD50 400mm to the right sti. EWJC130 350/450/50 Y-cable from 2. port EW-RS910 in the handlebar 530150 to 1. port EW-WU111 bloothooth transponder and 450mm to left sti. 2. port EW-WU111 with EW-SD 1600 following rear brakehouse with schrinkwrap tp 1. port of SM-JC41 4x port in the downtube 2. port EW-SD50 500mm to the BT-DN110 seatpost battery 3. port EW-SD50 400mm to FD 4. port EW-SD50 600mm to RD 7.7kg with bottlecage and Garminmount

Added by ianiscaratti. Last updated 10 months ago.

As of about 1 year ago, ianiscaratti has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

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