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    Ritchey Superlogic carbon seat post

    Anybody have a verified weight for the Ritchey Superlogic carbon seat post in a 30.9 x 400 ?
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    WCS Superlogic 30.9 x 400mm

    this one is 30.9 x400mm with a Ti bolt

    it was somewhere on here: http://www.forumbtt.net/index.php?PH...opic=15933.300

    both my frames use a 30.9 post but i decided to purchase 27.2 and use a 14g modded USE plastic shim to fit

    my 27.2 x 350mm Superlogic is 151g with a Ti bolt, a SLR Carbonio wide rail kit adds 7g
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    well that certainly answers my question

    Thanks !
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    no probs racerick

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    Ti-bolt

    Culturesponge,

    The seatpost comes in with ti-bolt or you bought one. Where did you buy the ti-bolt?

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    akazan, here's http://www.mettec.com/ my source for ti hardware
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    both my WCS 1-bolt posts came with steel bolts - suprisingly as equally spendy WCS stems come with Ti fasteners

    so i bought a couple TiN coated M6x50mm from here http://www.tekbolt.com/products.asp?cat=60

    ...but they were 5mm too short to use with a WCS 1-Bolt Carbonio SLR wide rail kit (but would be okay without wide rail kit) so i tried again with plain Ti M6x55mm bolts from my fave Tom @ Toronto Cycles dot com - now no problemos & 7g lighter.
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    with the rail kit it takes a 55mm huh ?

    cool, i already have one of those
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