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Reilly T325D Di2 Internal Routing

Folks,

I don't suppose anyone has a Reilly T325D with Di2 deployed? I'm going to (hopefully, if they ever reply to queries) buy a frameset and build up a full Dura-Ace Di2 disc setup but had a question about the internal routing.

I want to make it as neat and water resistant as possible. Does anyone know if the Di2 cable I'll need to run from the head tube area to the front and rear mechs and internal battery can be kept 100% within the frame using the internal 4-port junction box? Basically, are there accessible holes in the down, stay and seat tubes within the bottom bracket shell that I can route the Di2 cabling around, once the bottom bracket is fitted? It's not obvious from the pictures and obviously there is less space within titanium tubes than carbon shapes. I'm hoping to avoid any cables outside the frame, other than their exit points for the two mechs.

I'm not as concerned about the cockpit as I'll use the bar-end junction box, wireless module, and handlebars that have decent routing. I can put up with the single Di2 cable running into the down tube.

Cheers in advance!

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