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    Post your F-Si

    Let's get this one started....

    F-Si carbon 1 in SS mode.



    Post your F-Si-imageuploadedbytapatalk1414810341.503790.jpgPost your F-Si-imageuploadedbytapatalk1414810368.864191.jpg

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    Looks awesome. What's it weigh?
    '16 Cannondale Scalpel Carbon 2
    '15 Niner SIR 9 SS
    '14 Cannondale F29 Carbon 3
    '08 Cannondale Prophet 4, Lefty Max TPC

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    Nice.... weird but nice. Looks setup like a dirt jumper.

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    Its 19lbs....

    @dan: I like wide risers for SS...descends fast that way too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trauma-md View Post
    Its 19lbs....

    @dan: I like wide risers for SS...descends fast that way too.
    It must descend well indeed. I'm with you on the width, it was more being so high up that makes it look like a dirt jumper.

    Great bike anyway.

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    It's probably the camera angle...bars are actually lower than the saddle.

    Thanks Dan!

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    BEER EBB?

    I used one last year on my F-29. Decided that after 13 years, I'd probably come to the end of my one-speed-only life.

    Looking forward to getting my F-Si, hopefully early in the new year.

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    Awesome LOS! Post pics when it hits!

    Thought about the EBB but the singleator makes it easier to swap to geared if I want..plus I can still use my hollowgrams...

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    Quote Originally Posted by trauma-md View Post
    Awesome LOS! Post pics when it hits!

    Thought about the EBB but the singleator makes it easier to swap to geared if I want..plus I can still use my hollowgrams...
    D'oh! Didn't see the tensioner (I was on my phone...)
    Definitely will post up when I finally get it.

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    Nice. Any weights on that model?

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    22.4 trail set up with cages and pm

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    My F-Si 2

    Hi
    Here´s mine with some upgrades - wheels!



    Haven´t weight it yet, tomorrow i´ll ride it for the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rupps5 View Post
    22.4 trail set up with cages and pm
    Were do think the room for improvment are? Other then wheels I cant see much "bigger" places to lose weight.

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    Wheels are the only big weight improvement I can see. Think there is a pound to lose there. Glue on grips might be another place, but we are not talking much weight there. Seat and post maybe? Not sure of those weights yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rupps5 View Post
    22.4 trail set up with cages and pm
    That weight is with tubeless wheels?

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    Nope that is with tubes

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    Must be some other "heavy" bits on the bike. Not to say its heavy by any means. I know the frame is very light. Maybe the new PBR lefties have picked up some grams?

    Even some crest and tubless could get it down a pound, im still suprised it isnt lower. Its 1x with hollowgram cranks, a carbon post ect. What did you weigh it on?

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    What size frame rupps5?
    '12 Flash 29r C3 with a few mods
    '10 Synapse 5 Carbon with a few mods as well..

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    Medium

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    Wow, ok thanks for getting back to me.
    '12 Flash 29r C3 with a few mods
    '10 Synapse 5 Carbon with a few mods as well..

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    Quote Originally Posted by machine4321 View Post
    Must be some other "heavy" bits on the bike. Not to say its heavy by any means. I know the frame is very light. Maybe the new PBR lefties have picked up some grams?

    Even some crest and tubless could get it down a pound, im still suprised it isnt lower. Its 1x with hollowgram cranks, a carbon post ect. What did you weigh it on?
    I'm with him, reason I asked what size frame it was. My '12 F29 Carbon 3 Lrg is lighter then your medium FSI. Yes it did not start out as light as it is, but would have thought a medium FSI would be lighter. I think they are putting heavier stuff on the new bikes.
    '12 Flash 29r C3 with a few mods
    '10 Synapse 5 Carbon with a few mods as well..

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    So who here had an f29 and went to the FSI? hows the new geometry feel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VICpt View Post
    Hi
    Here´s mine with some upgrades - wheels!



    Haven´t weight it yet, tomorrow i´ll ride it for the first time.
    Well i did my first ride, the bike is very very fast.
    The Lefty, although it´s said that is heavier, keeps working like no other fork.
    My wheels worked fine, it was a short ride, i´ll have a better opinion in some weeks. I think they gave a good contribution to the fastness.
    Didn´t fancy the Fabric seat, it´ll be replaced for sure (had this in mind already, besides it´s heavy).
    The tires are also something to change. I think a larger tire is better, i´ll wear this ones and change.
    Had no chance to weight it yet!

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