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    well, heres mine
    http://coryswihart.com/Site/bike.html
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    Beautiful...

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    some work to do, but good start being stock.

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    Scalpel Carbon 1

    First ride
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    FIRENZE rulez !!
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    this is mine before recall.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliflap
    this is mine before recall.......
    The recall about the 2007 carbon lefty's??

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    FIRENZE rulez !!
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    NOOOO

    recall in progress for all 2008 scalpel !!!

    contact your dealer .soon as possible , read the topic

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    recall

    well i love new scalpels!! my favourite is the blaacck and blue option!!

    have fun

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    '07 Team

    I always wanted to give one of these a try.
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    A Scalpel from Portugal






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    where are the other Scalpelss???

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    Quote Originally Posted by percussion
    where are the other Scalpelss???
    In the recall I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tond
    In the recall I suppose.
    ı mean the old ones

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    Scalpel 3 v.Euro



    Sorry about lousy pic, will post better once the new stem is on. Build list with small upgrades:

    Frame Scalpel 100, size S
    Fork Lefty Speed 110 DLR2
    Rear Shock FOX Float RPL Air
    Wheels Mavic CrossMax SLR
    Tires Continental Speed King, 26x2.1, Scwalbe 105g inners[I]or[/I ]Standard Mavic 319's with Maxxis etc...
    Pedals Time Atac XS
    Crank Shimano XT, 22/32/44
    Chain Campagnolo C9
    Rear Cogs Ultegra 12-27
    Bottom Bracket Shimano XT
    Front Derailleur Shimano LX
    Rear Derailleur Shimano XT Shadow SGS
    Shifters Shimano XTR SL-M970
    Handlebars Race Face Deus XC Flat
    Stem Cannondale Si one piece Stem/Steerer, 31.8mm / 120mm -5deg (coming...)
    Headset Cannondale Headshok Si
    Brakeset Avid Juicy 5 White w/ 160mm rotors
    Brakelevers Avid Juicy 5 White
    Saddle Fi'zi:k Gobi
    Seat Post Thomson Elite, 27.2x410mm
    Extras Tioga Bar Ends, Cannondale Immix Carbon Titanium Bottle Cage, Campagnolo Seatpost clamp

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    here mine
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    nice!

    ive stripped mine down to the frameset this weekend. finally starting the new build.

    here is the exact weight i have of mine. Size Large.

    3909 grams
    includes:
    size L frame
    DT Carbon Shock
    Carbon SL Lefty
    Headset Bearings
    110x5x31.8 stem
    SI SL 2x9 Crankset

    Let the fun begin!!!

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    dt carbon is 150 gr DECLARED

    lefty 1242 gr with ti bolts

    stem one piece 258 gr ( is same for you ? ) with ti bolts , without 8 gr of bearing protection

    bearings are 54 gr both

    REMAIN 2194 GR

    SO FRAME IS ???

    CRANK SL 2008 IS ???
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    Si SL 2x9 is 605 with a 175mm crankarm.
    thats my weight on verified scale. ive also seen pics on scale of others at 603

    also, im using standard stem until i can get correct size then im going SI stem, so my weights above included standard steerer and standard stem, which is around 80-90 grams heavier i believe than SI setup.

    266 for your one piece? somethigns wrong, they are more like 160.

    so, doing my numbers:
    cranks: 605
    bearings: 62
    lefty: 1260
    rear shock: 159
    steerer tube: ?
    stem: 180

    lubricants: 20 grams

    this is putting the frame aroud 3.7 lbs, which is purely accurate. before i left shop with only frame/shock hanging on their scale, it was 4.25. (thats on a hanging scale, not digital, so hard to say. probably + or - .25 lbs)

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    have chaged some parts since the last contribution to this thread. here is my scalpel 2006, will use some other tires when the race season start.
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    during the "rebuild process"
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    Quote Originally Posted by cswi9367
    during the "rebuild process"
    Nice headtube decal....

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    I just picked this one up on Monday. I ordered it from Cannondale thru the shop I race for, on closeout. Got it at about 50% off full retail
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    great looking bike. now get out there and put some mud on it!

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    Little OT here, but how wide tires does fit in the old (2005) Scalpel frame? Just bougth one and need some new rubber for it. I'm going for Schwalbe NobbyNick or RacingRalph or a combination of thouse two. Is it possible with 2,4 or is 2,25 max in the rear?

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    somebody say they wanted pics of OLD scalpels? Well here you go.... not sure exactly how old, but it has the original scalpel dropouts. Lots of used/ebay/free parts (free old skool carbon DLR lefty! score!).



    BTW, anyone want a racecar? ITB Suzuki Swift GTi for sale.....

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    with a truck plate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cswi9367
    with a truck plate?
    My first PA plate (from college years). PA doesn't offer a solid blue plate anymore, only a goofy yellow/white/blue plate. This plate is not included with the car. :P

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    Hey where is the "made in good ole USA" on your scalpel?

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    Good old Headshok!

    Removed the Lefty and now rippin'it up on a good old Fatty Ultra DLR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwidjmei
    Removed the Lefty and now rippin'it up on a good old Fatty Ultra DLR.
    Why the move to the fatty? and also apart from the weight saving what's it like handling/feel etc?

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    The Lefty on a Scalpel handles like crap. I feel I have the privilage of saying that based on my experience with both. The fatty is on of the stiffest forks I've come across and that combined with a flexy frame, as with the scalpel, is an improvement in control. I thought about going this route also with my Scalpel but I'm not sure if I want to give up the extra 10 millimeters or so of travel. I think I've made up my mind to just go with a different bike. Nice upgrade though. I'm sure you'll like it better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mofoki
    The Lefty on a Scalpel handles like crap.
    Well, I went from a fatty to a lefty and I haven't looked back....

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    '06 frame.

    soon to get an slr saddle and some eggbeater ti pedals

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    Scalpel 3000

    my Scalpel 3000






    upgrades:

    Magura Marta SL
    FSA K-Wing Carbon (flatbar)
    Lefty XC3 Si stem

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    Scalpel 2000 (soon a 07 Team frame)









    Specs:

    Frame Scalpel Optimo - size Medium
    Fork HeadShok Lefty Speed Carbon DLR2
    Rear shock Fox Float RP3
    Headset Cannondale HeadShok Si
    Stem Cannondale HeadShok Si
    Handlebars Cannondale Wind Carbon flat
    Barends Woodman Chupa Carbon
    Grips Ritchey WCS True Grips
    Brakeset Shimano XT Disc Brake M765
    Brakelevers Shimano XT Disc Brake M765
    Rotors Hope Floating Saw Disc Black
    Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M771 2008
    Back Derailleur SRAM X.0 Medium 2007
    Jockey Wheels KCNC Ceramic wheels Black
    Shifters SRAM - X.0 Gripshift
    Rear Cogs Shimano CS-M970 XTR 11-32
    Chain SRAM PC-990 / Shimano CN-7701 Dura Ace
    Crank Shimano XT HollowTech II M760
    Bottom Bracket Acros A-BB Ceramic Black Edition
    Chainrings Spécialité TA PCD 104/64 44-32-22
    Pedals Crank Brothers Eggbeater SL 2007
    Rims NoTubes ZTR Olympic
    Hub Front Cannondale Lefty SI
    Hub Back Tune Kong Black
    Spokes DT Swiss Revolution 2.0/1.5/2.0 Black
    Nipples DT Swiss Messing Black
    Quick Release Back Carbon-Ti
    Tires Vredestein Black Panthers 2.0
    Tubes Stan's Notubes
    Saddle Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio Flow 120gr
    Seat Post Thomson Elite SP-E101 27.2/330mm

    10,610kg
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    very nice - can you list your configuration?

    thanks

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    @ your service :-)

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    Here's mine, work in progress...
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    finally...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc
    finally...
    You're telling me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous
    Here's mine, work in progress...
    Dan how come you're going with a scalpel AND a taurine? I thought they were very closely matched - the taurine a better climber with more explosive acceleration, and the scalpel faster downhill and across more 'all mountain' terrain?

    I can understand having a taurine and say a prophet/rize because of the travel difference - but a scalpel and a taurine ? hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous
    Here's mine, work in progress...
    Congrats with the new bike Dan
    I hope you can get that bearing removed. I noticed on my bike that the headset bearings were a little too loose. Perhaps that's why they have started using some loctite now.
    Kayba

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    Waiting will be rewarded Dan! Congratulations! Did you weigh your frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by njleach
    Dan how come you're going with a scalpel AND a taurine? I thought they were very closely matched - the taurine a better climber with more explosive acceleration, and the scalpel faster downhill and across more 'all mountain' terrain?

    I can understand having a taurine and say a prophet/rize because of the travel difference - but a scalpel and a taurine ? hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    Can't wait for a comparison test

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    njleach: I was riding the Taurine while I waited for the Scalpel frame. That picture is from the process of transfering all the parts from one to another. True the Taurine is hard to beat for acceleration and climbing but around here, trails are filled with rocks and roots so the Scalpel will probably end up a bit faster, because it handles rough trails better but it keeps you fresh longer. So I will have a Scalpel and a Prophet (among others).

    Kayba: I'm working extra hours these days so I don't have much time to build it but I really want to have it built and ready to hit the trails on sunday so I may ask my girlfriend to bring it to the LBS and have them take care of the stuck headset.

    Tond: Thanks. I didn't weigh it, if I can find the balance, I'll do it when the headset and bottle cage are off.

    I may need to switch the negative spring in the Lefty, it has a Red but I'm around 160-165... I'll try it with the red first.

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    This is mine, I enjoy it a lot.

    Specs :

    frame : cannondale scalpel carbon large
    color : jet black
    rear shock : fox RPL
    fork : lefty DLR2 Sl, 88+ sl tuned.
    crank : SI SL, 44-29 (already changed to 42)
    BB : BB30 ceramic
    cassette : xtr 11-34
    chain : KMC 9sl
    shifters : xtr dual shift
    front derri : Xtr
    rearderri : xtr
    cabling : xtr & jagwire
    brakes : xtr + Hope Mini floating discs.
    seatpost : kcnc Bearbone Ti Pro Lite
    saddle : Selle Italia Flite kit carbonio
    stem : cannondale SI
    handlebars : KCNC SC Bones
    grips : Ritchey Wcs foam
    pedals : Time ATAC Ti Carbon
    wheels : Cdale & DT370 hubs, DT rims & spokes
    tires : Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.1 & schwalbe XXlight.
    drinkholder : cannondale carbon
    computer : garmin edge 705

    It's light (9.9 kg), but not crazy light, next upgrade are some light xc wheels.

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    Wow, very nice bike lexen007! The white housings are a little overdone for me, but other than that, a very nice bike. Well done
    Kayba

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    Quote Originally Posted by lexen007
    next upgrade are some light xc wheels.
    Notubes ZTR 7000's. They are hands down the best...

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    2007 Scalpel Team (custom assembled)

    One of the youngest "old" scalpel

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