• 07-02-2012
    modifier
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by cdburch View Post
    2011 Santa Cruz V10c

    Frame - Small gloss black/white gold with gold lower link
    Rear Shock - Cane Creek DB Air
    Headset - Cane Creek 110
    Seat Collar - Thomson
    Fork - 2011 RockShox Boxxer WC
    Stem - Sunline 35mm direct mount
    Handlebars - Easton Havoc Carbon
    Grips - Odi TLD
    Saddle - Selle Italia SLR XC
    Seatpost - Thomson Masterpiece
    Brakes - Avid X0
    Rotors - 180mm rear / 200mm front Avid HS1
    R/Derailleur - X0
    Rear Shifter - X0
    Cassette - SRAM Red 11-23
    Chain - SRAM PG-1091r
    Crankset - SRAM X0 DH w/E13 GuideRing 38t
    Chain Guide - E13 LG1+
    Bottom Bracket - Truvativ Blackbox
    Wheelset - DT Swiss 440 hubs, DT Swiss FR600 rims, DT Swiss Super Comp Spokes
    Tires - Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 3C rear / 2.7 Super Tacky front
    Tubeless - Stans FR strips
    Pedals - Straitline AMP

    WEIGHT: 32 lbs on the nose

    While you have a few lightweight parts on there I find it hard to believe that bike weighs 32lbs. Are you sure there isn't something wrong with your scale?

    Nice bike but.....

    Winner: Santa Cruz V10 Carbon | Bicycling Magazine
  • 07-02-2012
    modifier
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    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Christiaan View Post

    Not sure how much that is in lbs, I think 29.65lbs

    Yes it is, and once again I don't see how that is possible. How about some details on that bike?

    My F1 frame weighs 8.5lbs bare and there really isn't anything on the bike that is heavy. The tires aren't even DH tires, just fat XC tubeless. i9 wheels, 140g seat, carbon bars, seatpost, XO derailleur, my shock weighs less than a DB air and my fork weighs less than a Boxxer. ???

    I hope it's my scale that is off but by looking at all the other bikes on here except the 2 that I'm questioning my weight seems more in line. Unfortunately.

    If my bike weighed anywhere close to 32 lbs I'd be super happy. Let alone under 30. MY XC bike weighs more than that.
  • 07-02-2012
    Christiaan
    Trust me, my scale is accurate..... Having said that, the bike is def too light!
  • 07-02-2012
    modifier
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Christiaan View Post
    Trust me, my scale is accurate..... Having said that, the bike is def too light!

    What frame, shock, crankset, tires?
  • 07-02-2012
    Christiaan
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by modifier View Post
    What frame, shock, crankset, tires?

    Medium V10C frame, King I4 headset, Vivid Air M/M, Clavicula DH crankset, Maxxis Minnion F Exo tires
  • 07-02-2012
    foulhabits
    43 lbs

    [IMG]http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/1798/p1010834h.jpg Shot at 2012-05-22[/IMG]
  • 07-04-2012
    voodooridr
  • 07-04-2012
    the0r1st
    1 Attachment(s)
    05 KHS DH200, 39 lbs..
    Attachment 708294
  • 07-18-2012
    nissmo127
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by modifier View Post
    Yes it is, and once again I don't see how that is possible. How about some details on that bike?

    Just take a look at his build Enve Carbon wheels, Enve Carbon Bars, Boxxer WC, looks like Formula RO? brakes, Ultra light seat (Ti rails?), Thomson post. Just guessing but probably running tubeless, air shock etc.......Some of the lightest parts money can buy.
  • 07-18-2012
    twistedlizard720
  • 07-19-2012
    jdeleon71
    Have GT Fury and its 30lb.
  • 07-19-2012
    Swmpthng
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by cdburch View Post
    2011 Santa Cruz V10c

    Frame - Small gloss black/white gold with gold lower link
    Rear Shock - Cane Creek DB Air
    Headset - Cane Creek 110
    Seat Collar - Thomson
    Fork - 2011 RockShox Boxxer WC
    Stem - Sunline 35mm direct mount
    Handlebars - Easton Havoc Carbon
    Grips - Odi TLD
    Saddle - Selle Italia SLR XC
    Seatpost - Thomson Masterpiece
    Brakes - Avid X0
    Rotors - 180mm rear / 200mm front Avid HS1
    R/Derailleur - X0
    Rear Shifter - X0
    Cassette - SRAM Red 11-23
    Chain - SRAM PG-1091r
    Crankset - SRAM X0 DH w/E13 GuideRing 38t
    Chain Guide - E13 LG1+
    Bottom Bracket - Truvativ Blackbox
    Wheelset - DT Swiss 440 hubs, DT Swiss FR600 rims, DT Swiss Super Comp Spokes
    Tires - Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 3C rear / 2.7 Super Tacky front
    Tubeless - Stans FR strips
    Pedals - Straitline AMP

    WEIGHT: 32 lbs on the nose

    http://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/...58687554_n.jpg

    http://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/...66437524_n.jpg

    Daaaaaaayum! 6.2lbs lighter than my XL!
  • 07-19-2012
    Swmpthng
    2 Attachment(s)
    2012 XL V10C 38.2 lbs.

    Dorado Pro, DHX-RC4, DeeMax w/tubeless 2ply Excavators, Gravity 800mm, Titec F-one stem, ODI Rogues, SDG I-Fly I-beam saddle and post, Blackspire Sub-4 pedals, MRP G2 SL chain guide, Saint - brakes, derailleur & cranks
  • 07-19-2012
    danglingmanhood
    jdeleon71 30lb GT Fury, I don't think so.
    http://forums.mtbr.com/downhill-free...me-802179.html
  • 07-19-2012
    akacoke
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by danglingmanhood View Post
    jdeleon71 30lb GT Fury, I don't think so.
    http://forums.mtbr.com/downhill-free...me-802179.html

    haha , busted


    :thumbsup:
  • 07-28-2012
    gladegp
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by modifier View Post
    Yes it is, and once again I don't see how that is possible. How about some details on that bike?

    My F1 frame weighs 8.5lbs bare and there really isn't anything on the bike that is heavy. The tires aren't even DH tires, just fat XC tubeless. i9 wheels, 140g seat, carbon bars, seatpost, XO derailleur, my shock weighs less than a DB air and my fork weighs less than a Boxxer. ???

    I hope it's my scale that is off but by looking at all the other bikes on here except the 2 that I'm questioning my weight seems more in line. Unfortunately.

    If my bike weighed anywhere close to 32 lbs I'd be super happy. Let alone under 30. MY XC bike weighs more than that.

    Why are you questioning everyone?

    Take your bike, you say nothing on there is heavy. That's the thing. Those guys would think Saint cranks were lead weights, you could probably save 300g off your saint brakes by going Formula the One. Do you have a Dura Ace cassette or possibly even lighter? 50g off your stem, 50g going titanium in bolts, 10g loosing that quick release off your seatpost clamp. It's the many small things which quickly add up. (The bike has friggin carbon rims.) Go home and make an excel sheet like the other guys probably have done if you want to figure it out.

    Or just go out and ride like sensible people, but don't go around claiming that people are dishonest just because you don't understand it
  • 07-28-2012
    ianjenn
    http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k2...s/IMG_6201.jpg

    2011 Zerode G-1 MD/LG

    41.5LBS with pedals it is gone now waiting on the next one.
  • 07-28-2012
    motochick
    2009 Canfield Can-Diggle size Small. 34.5 lbs Totem air, CCDB, Flow wheels, Trail King tires, Middleburn cranks, Codes. My first DH/FR bike.

    http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/n...8/CIMG0843.jpg
  • 07-28-2012
    akacoke
    TOTEM looks massive ! those pedals are slick too
  • 07-29-2012
    mtbnozpikr
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by akacoke View Post
    TOTEM looks massive ! those pedals are slick too

    That's exactly what I was thinking. What size are the stanchions?
  • 07-29-2012
    akacoke
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    That's exactly what I was thinking. What size are the stanchions?

    if im not mistaken, its 40mm.
  • 07-29-2012
    mtbnozpikr
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by akacoke View Post
    if im not mistaken, its 40mm.

    I just confirmed it on their website and you are indeed correct. I've got a Fox 40 with the same size stanchions (obviously...) but dang, they look enormous on a single crown fork such as the Totem.
  • 07-29-2012
    akacoke
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    I just confirmed it on their website and you are indeed correct. I've got a Fox 40 with the same size stanchions (obviously...) but dang, they look enormous on a single crown fork such as the Totem.

    quick off topic question tho,

    i know that bigger diameter stanchions make a stronger fork. for instance , my manitou sherman has 130-170mm travel, but the stanchion is 32mm. i dont really ride jumps and drops. its plenty enough for me, if i do switch to a totem , would i actually feel the advantage of 40mm vs 32mm stanchion?
  • 07-29-2012
    motochick
    YES!!!!! My trail bike has a Rev up front and feels like a wet noodle compared to the Totem. And yes, they do look huge, even in person! I have ridden a Fox 36 and can feel the difference in stiffness, but then I am used to my 50mm Zokes on my moto bike.
  • 07-30-2012
    Mr.Magura
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by akacoke View Post
    quick off topic question tho,

    i know that bigger diameter stanchions make a stronger fork. for instance , my manitou sherman has 130-170mm travel, but the stanchion is 32mm. i dont really ride jumps and drops. its plenty enough for me, if i do switch to a totem , would i actually feel the advantage of 40mm vs 32mm stanchion?

    You got that bit wrong ;)

    Bigger diameter is stiffer, but not stronger, all else being equal.

    That most forks that sports 40mm stanchions most likely also are stronger, is a different matter.


    Magura :)