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    Here is my Scalpel 29 with some weight tuning.

    Weight 9,32kg as pictured with 2,35" tires. Sub 9 kg with lighter rotors and 2,1" Racing Ralph

    Btw: The Scalpel works great with 156q cranksets, lots of clearance.
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    Post your Scalpel!!!!

    Wow, that is super-sweet. Nice work. Do you miss your granny ring?

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    Re: Post your Scalpel!!!!

    Did you weigh on a scale or is that an estimated weight?

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    Post your Scalpel!!!!

    I just noticed something ... Is your rear brake hydraulic line too short? That looks like a hard bend in the brake line at the rear wheel, and a short wrap in the front. Just sayin'....

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    Very nice Scalpel. Don't quite want one yet
    and no, I am not missing the other half of my fork....

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    The weight i confirmed with a Park Tool weight. I weighed most of the parts, and calculated it to be around 9kg, but I was unlucky with the weight of the tires, and the frame must be a little bit heavier than claimed, so it ended up at 9,32kg in training mode.

    Yeah the hydraulic line is very short, the brakeset came from a 26" bike, but it works ok.

    I'm fine without the granny, been riding 1x9 and 1x10 before, works great for racing, but with xx1 you also have low enough gear for training rides

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    I wanted to go on some of the more offroady tracks, but there was too much snow still..




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    New whip!!

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    Scalpel Factory Racing 650b

    Just recently finished my Scalpel 650b project.
    Weight: 8.6kg including pedals!
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    Scalpel 1 XL weighs in at 23.5 lbs with tubeless Ralph's on Reynolds carbon wheels and carbon XLR lefty. What a rush
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    Race Rig 20.6lbs

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    Re: Post your Scalpel!!!!

    Wich cranckset is on your bike

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    Cannondale SISL

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    Comparing these new Scalpels to the ones at the start of this thread is just weird, the bikes have changed so much in eight years.
    Big Wheels Keep On Rolling

    Forth Eorlingas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavle View Post
    Just recently finished my Scalpel 650b project.
    Weight: 8.6kg including pedals!
    What rear skewer is that?
    and no, I am not missing the other half of my fork....

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    It's called "Loaded" from eBay. Carbon and titanium makes it very lightweight and the Price is fair too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavle View Post
    It's called "Loaded" from eBay. Carbon and titanium makes it very lightweight and the Price is fair too.
    hmmmm, I really like the DT Swiss clamping system. I stick with that for now...
    and no, I am not missing the other half of my fork....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoostN7 View Post
    hmmmm, I really like the DT Swiss clamping system. I stick with that for now...
    Sure. I'll change mine for Dt Swiss too, the RWS 10mm Thru - Do you have that one?

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    And I still ride that weird looking bike

    Quote Originally Posted by CannondaleF9 View Post
    Comparing these new Scalpels to the ones at the start of this thread is just weird, the bikes have changed so much in eight years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavle View Post
    Sure. I'll change mine for Dt Swiss too, the RWS 10mm Thru - Do you have that one?
    Yeah, exactly.
    and no, I am not missing the other half of my fork....

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    Re: Post your Scalpel!!!!

    My 650b scalpel with spinergy wheels

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    What's the weight on the spinergies? I heard they're hard to run tubeless, not sure if that's true or not.

    BoostN7, try out the Mount Zoom rear skewer, it's quite nice and very light despite being an all metal construction.

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    Re: Post your Scalpel!!!!

    I put on some modified stans ztr crest rims.... i dropped 400 grams of the original rims...

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    To those with 650B wheels. Is it just a 26er frame with added larger wheels?

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    Re: Post your Scalpel!!!!

    Yes

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