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    rise and length of xc3 si stem

    hi, does anybody know in what different rise/length the xc3 si stem comes? how much are they?
    thanks

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    I know there are at least + or - 5° in 90, 100 and 120mm length... MSRP is 75$ I think.

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    I would love to get my hands on a 110 - 5°, anyone know if they make that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kellijayne
    I would love to get my hands on a 110 - 5°, anyone know if they make that?
    i found this page here, just don't know if they make them in other sizes too:

    http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...s.php?id=17192

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    This is straight from Cannondale's documentation:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous
    This is straight from Cannondale's documentation:
    thanks dan - guess i didn' look good enough....

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    It's at the end of the Lefty Speed SL manual...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous
    It's at the end of the Lefty Speed SL manual...
    dan is the man

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    I know they make a 110 as well, I ordered one a couple of weeks ago. MSRP was 100.

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    jepp, my friend got 110 mm xc3 si stem on his scalpel team

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    Hey Endeavorc,

    It is the same as the one on my Rush Team? pardon my lack of knowledge
    Do you happen to know the rise?
    Where do I order it????

    Kelli

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    Quote Originally Posted by kellijayne
    Hey Endeavorc,

    It is the same as the one on my Rush Team? pardon my lack of knowledge
    Do you happen to know the rise?
    Where do I order it????

    Kelli
    if you take the cap off your stem you should see the rise/length printed on the top part of the inside of the stem.
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    You will need to order the stem through your LBS, see reply above for how to find out what you have currently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltazar
    jepp, my friend got 110 mm xc3 si stem on his scalpel team
    Nope, I removed the cap and it said 100 -5

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustusA
    Nope, I removed the cap and it said 100 -5

    mm, heard that so I was maby wrong then

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    hi, around how much weight can i save by changing to this stem? also will it fit my rush 800 with a bonded dlr2 lefty? thanks

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    anyone know this? thanks

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    You save around 100g by switching. It will fit the DLR Lefty. Make sure you are absolutely sure on your current stem you have right length and rise because its not super easy to change out (although with the KT020 tool its actually not bad).
    Just be very carefull about removing, use a wooden dowel or the proper tool (dont ask me how I found this out!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Wombat
    You save around 100g by switching. It will fit the DLR Lefty. Make sure you are absolutely sure on your current stem you have right length and rise because its not super easy to change out (although with the KT020 tool its actually not bad).
    Just be very carefull about removing, use a wooden dowel or the proper tool (dont ask me how I found this out!)

    Kevin

    will he?

    xc3 si steem 260-280 gram depending on if ou use the OS adapter
    orginal steerar tube =120 grams, if he whould save 100 grams as you say, the stem he has now has to weight 240 grams nor sure of that

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    hate to resurrect an old thread, but I once saw a site on the web that showed exactly which stem came on each size of each bike....anyone know where that is?

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    That's actually not an SI stem. SI's combine stem and steerer tube. http://www.cannondale.com/suspension...eerer_Bckd.jpg

    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah
    It's almost new, too. ...
    Last edited by CdaleTony; 01-18-2008 at 11:29 PM.

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    yeah...big difference. the old style stems you can get on ebay for $10, the xc3 si's usually go off for 75-90 bucks.

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    These guys have it on their www

    http://www.treefortbikes.com/index.asp

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    They only show 5 degree rise ones :-(

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    You can have a 110mm + or - 10 degrees Lefty stem at FRMBIKE.DE

    See following url:
    http://www.frmbike.de/catalog/index....43&produkt=322

    It is not an XC3 SI integrated stem/steerer, but only a carbon stem

    Greetz
    Ron

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