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Masi Speciale LTD Nekkid R.S.S. (2009 - 2011)

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09 Masi Speciale LTD Nekkid

Nitto Anodized B123 Red Track Drops, Dimensions Flip Stem

Masi lugged chromoly steel

Velocity Black Deep V, Formula Hubs

Velocity Deep V Anodized Red / Formula Hubs

Sugino RD2 Messenger, TruVativ square taper BB

Specialized Saddle

MKS GR9 Platforms, Anodized Red All City Cages, All City Double Toe straps KMC Red Hollow Chain

Sugino 44T Chainring, DuraAce 15T Cog

2009 Masi Speciale LTD Nekkid Red Sonic Solara (R.S.S.) I Bought this bike only a week after it was released. It was complete stock and over the months i have added my own flair.

The Ultimate plan is to eliminate all of the chrome/silver parts and replace them with either Red or Black/Gray pieces.

The next batch of parts are Red Sugino Crank arms and a Red seat post.

Many Thanks To Box Dog Bikes Of San Francisco for helping me Build up this Machine and The San Francisco Bike Kitchen for the teaching me the Knowledge of these beautiful bikes

People who friended this bike freakingtimmyg, CONDENADO, wangster

Stock stem length

How long is the stock stem?
And how do you like that RevX wheel? I heard they are not so stiff, which kinda puts me off.

i/100 i believe, I love the

i/100 i believe,

I love the Rev, I have owned 2 of them so far with no problems. It sucks riding in the wind but thats why i have other rims. I rid it everyday in SF and probably have averages about 400+ miles on it.

RevX

I have been eyeing the RevX's for a while. I have seen 1 or 2 here in Tokyo and decided to get some.

I just bought a set and hopefully they will arrive next week! My Masi comes in the post tomorrow morning. I will post it up when I get it all together.

I do suggest not using one

I do suggest not using one as a Rear, I cannot say from experience but I would assume the stress that one in the rear might be enough to make the Rumors come true, IMO. good luck in the Build though.

You know what they say about

You know what they say about assumptions!
http://forums.roadbikereview.com/showthread.php?t=103924
Owner said it works great.



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