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For those that have more knowledge about this frameset. Are all of the EVO framesets fully compatible with Di2 or only a specific one for it. I couldn't really tell from the picture on their website. Thanks
 

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Yes, Alex_k is correct. there are 2 versions of the Evo. one Di2 and the other one mechanical. so, if you are going with Di2, you would need to order the Di2 specific frame.

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Yes, Alex_k is correct. there are 2 versions of the Evo. one Di2 and the other one mechanical. so, if you are going with Di2, you would need to order the Di2 specific frame.

hope that helps.
Thanks for the clarification. I asked bc I found a posting for a 2013 frameset but I didn't know Di2 would be a problem. How much should one expect to pay for 2013 (new) frameset. It's the EVO Hi-MOD dura ace mechanical version.
 

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My understanding is that you can run Di2 on any Evo frame, but you'll have external wire routing. Only the Di2 frame lets you run the wires internally. Other than wiring, there is no inherent "incompatibility" with Di2.
 

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My understanding is that you can run Di2 on any Evo frame, but you'll have external wire routing. Only the Di2 frame lets you run the wires internally. Other than wiring, there is no inherent "incompatibility" with Di2.
QFT

I have a 2012 Evo that originally came with SRAM Red, I sold all the SRAM parts off and fitted Ultegra Di2. The cables are routed externally but it's an unobtrusive installation, the black external cable stickers blend well with the frame.

It was a difficult decision to pick between that and the non-Evo Supersix Di2, which was available for similar money at the time, but I'm glad I went for the Evo as I'm very pleased with the result.
 
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