The bb is perfectly silent though...
You can see the Litespeed serial number, I can identify 22, there should be 5 digits.
Other angles=other digits :)
So after playing for a while with the flashlight I have "2354" and what looks like a C or a G!
Playing with a torch always brings unexpected results...
23540 or 23546 is the 1997 Litespeed designation
If it was a G2354 (but placed classically for EMC) it would fit the 1996
After all, your frame is not a nameless orphan :)
Thanks! Indeed it's nice to have a bit of background on it :)
Now I just have to finish the build and (hopefully) enjoy it
And here it is :)
Campagnolo record titanium 10s groupset except the chorus crankset and proton wheels.
very nice. Love the colour.
Gave my 1996 Litespeed built Merckx EX ti a makeover for its 25th birthday, now with added Columbus Max fork and some colourful bits.
Thinking of selling my Corsa Extra (Max tubing) frameset.
You interested in selling those wheels?
Sold the wheels already, I was too heavy for them.
Fair enough, I was probably too heavy as well lol.
Looks back fondly to days of being 75kg
I'm 77 nowadays but I didn't want to ride these wheels here in Flanders. I guess they were made for 70 kilo riders. :-)
I'm also thinking of selling my MXL
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