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    Post up your Spearfish weight and how you got it there!

    My stock medium (2) with pedals weighed 28lbs on the shop park tool scale. That just won't do.

    I know the stock arches are light enough. So I am going tubeless tomorrow but what did you do to get your bike to its current weight?

    My goal is sub 26lbs...

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    I bought mine as frame only, so a full custom build. Weighed in at 26.4 lbs. I could see easily getting sub 26 with lighter bar, seatpost, cassette. And even lower with lighter brakes and/or wheels.

    Spearfish 2 frame
    Fox F29 TALAS FiT fork - 15QR, straight steerer
    Cane Creek 110 headset
    Thomson stem
    Thomson post
    Niner Flat Top Nine bar
    WTB laser V saddle
    Time ATAC XS carbon pedals
    Specialized Roval Control wheels
    Specialized Captain Sworks 2bliss tires (2.0 size)
    XX front der
    XO rear der
    XO cranks
    XX front shifter
    XO rear shifer
    KMC 10.93 chain
    Formula RX brakes
    Oury grips

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    Seems like a very light build kit to still be over 26lb? What size frame? Tubless?

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    Frame is a large / 20". And yes, I am running tubeless.

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    I might be too optimistic in my goals then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by subspd View Post
    I might be too optimistic in my goals then...
    It's certainly possible. 29inches.com made it happen.

    Suggestions...

    Wheels in the 1400g-1500g range. Rockshox SID carbon crowned fork. Light cassette. Light pedals. Tires that are sub 550g. Weight weenie Syntace F99 stem and light bars. Keep the saddle at 210g or less. Foam grips.

    All should make your goal. Pretty basic weight weenie build stuff.

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    FSA K-force light crankset.
    3x9 system.
    XTR cassette.
    i used the 10 speed chain and it works fine.
    X0 grip shifters.
    X0 Rear der.
    LX front der.
    ergon grips.
    EC90 post and Charge Knife saddle.
    stand crest wheel set
    nano rear
    duro miner front
    stock bars
    stock brakes

    25.3 lbs

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    Spearfish 1, Large 20"
    Reba World Cup
    Ritchey stem/Niner carbon bar
    Magura MT-8 brakes
    Rotor 3D crankset- 2x9
    Parlee BB
    Sram XO 9 speed shifters
    XX FD
    XO RD- Med cage
    SRAM Cassette-11-34- Model 980?
    CK ISO Hubs
    Stans Arch EX rims running tubeless
    Laser spokes/alum. nipples front wheel. Tire- Maxxis Ignitor
    Race spokes/brass nipples rear wheel. Tire- Tioga Psycho Genius
    Time ATAC carbon pedals
    Bontrager carbon seat post
    Selle Italia SLR saddle
    Blackburn bottle cage

    26.3lbs

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    XL Spearfish (5.76 pounds with shock and seat collar)
    Reba, uncut steerer
    Bontrager Rhythm comp wheels with manly 2.3 Exiwolf tires (and tubes!)
    1x9 drivetrain, LX cranks, X7 rear derailer and trigger shifter, 12-36 cassette
    Salsa Bend 2 bars, Time pedals, etc.
    Various adapter to get my crank, fork, and seat post to fit



    29.9 pounds... I should figure out a way to drop 0.61pounds so I could have a 29.29 pound 29er.
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    2011 L Spearfish
    DT240/Flow wheels
    Specialized The Captain 2.0/2.2 tires tubeless
    Thomson post
    Specialized Henge saddle
    Ergon grips
    No Pedals

    26.5 lbs

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    27.2 lbs. with pedals

    Reba race fork
    Salsa carbon bar
    Thomson stem/post
    Hayes Stroker carbon brakes
    Ergon grips
    X9 shifters
    XO rear der
    X9 front der
    Stans ZTR FLOW wheels with ztr hubs
    WTB saddle
    Truavativ fire x crank triple
    Maxxis Ignitors
    xt pedals
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    Nice! Love to see that 27lbs is easy and 26lb is possible.

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    Well here is my pig...
    Stock 2012 Medium Spearfish 2
    Setup tubeless with a SB8 on the rear and cheap (read heavy) clip less pedals oh and a Lizardskin chain stay protector...

    27.6lb



    Plans are for a carbon bar and seat post and light weight stem and some eggbeater pedals, trying to find more places to lose weight may swap the front tire for a Racing Ralph 2.2 TLR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subspd View Post
    My stock medium (2) with pedals weighed 28lbs on the shop park tool scale. That just won't do.

    I know the stock arches are light enough. So I am going tubeless tomorrow but what did you do to get your bike to its current weight?

    My goal is sub 26lbs...
    I'm not sure what the changes were for 2012, but my wifes medium 2011 is bone stock w/eggbeaters and a set of Stans Crests (stock NanoRaptors set up tubeless) and weighs in at 26lb 5oz. I think the stock wheel set might be heavier than you are giving it credit for, I read somewhere that they are in the 2100g range. My XL riding on Cobalt 2's (I weigh to much for Crests) and Candy peddles is almost exactly 1lb heavier then my wifes bike.

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    I have a Spearfish 1 (L) 26.56lbs
    Manitou Tower Pro
    Sram xo 9spd
    540pedles
    noir crankset 22x32 with a Salsa ring dinger
    Avid elx5 brakes
    Salsa pro moto carbon flat bars with Ergons with the bar ends
    WTB RocketV saddle
    Seat post is a pivot from the Haro
    Evo stem
    Stans Notubes 355 wheelset
    I have a SB8 on the rear with a tube in it
    I have a Maxxis Aspen tubeless on the front.

    I am going to change soon.
    Seat post
    Going to go with xo grip shifters
    take the tube out of the rear
    lighter pedles
    lighter saddle
    I should have it down around 25lbs
    I am 6' 165lbs
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    Update:

    Changed pedals to new CB eggbeater 2. Dropped .5lb!

    Current weight 27.1 still on the heavy side for a medium... More parts arrive tomorrow interested to see what that does.

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    I used to be a weight weenie but man, am I over it. I think 27 lbs is a very reasonable weight for the Spearfish and still have it ride great, with grippy tires and proper grips and all that.

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    So changed a few things out here is the current build and weight.

    Spearfish 2 Medium stock build -
    setup tubeless with 2 scoops of Stans

    eggbeater pedals - lost .5lb from stock

    Niner carbon flat bar 710mm wide
    Raceface Evolve Stem 90mm
    Sram lock on foam grips
    These three items lost another .5lb from stock

    26.5 lb or 26lb 8oz

    Very happy with this weight now, bike is very fast and quick the stock stem would have been fine but I wanted to go slightly shorter. I will in the future get a setback seat post and maybe go 1x10 but not bad as it sits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subspd View Post
    So changed a few things out here is the current build and weight.

    Spearfish 2 Medium stock build -
    setup tubeless with 2 scoops of Stans

    eggbeater pedals - lost .5lb from stock

    Niner carbon flat bar 710mm wide
    Raceface Evolve Stem 90mm
    Sram lock on foam grips
    These three items lost another .5lb from stock

    26.5 lb or 26lb 8oz

    Very happy with this weight now, bike is very fast and quick the stock stem would have been fine but I wanted to go slightly shorter. I will in the future get a setback seat post and maybe go 1x10 but not bad as it sits.
    Do you mid sharing your height? Arms on the longer or shorter side? I was considering a 90 rather than 100 stem as well. I'm 5'10", but my arms are fairly short. Did you feel too stretched out? Is it more twitchy with the shorter stem?

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    I am 5 10 and I have longer arms but I am going to get a setback seat post. I prefer a shorter stem I like the feeling of getting behind the front wheel. More a 'in the bike' not 'on the bike' feel to me.

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    2011 XL (22") Salsa Spearfish.

    27.10lbs

    Upgrades/changes from stock build:
    -Thomson Masterpiece Seatpost
    -Easton EC90 bars
    -Time ATAC XS pedals
    -King ISO rear hub
    -SRAM grips
    -Maxxis Ardent 2.25 front
    -Maxxis Ikon 2.20 rear
    -Lizard Skin stay protector
    -2" Incredible Hulk figure (Mojo)

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    2011 Med
    Salsa Pro Moto 1 Carbon Flat
    FSA K-Force SB32 Seat Post
    Maxxis Ikon EXO, tubeless
    Salsa Skewers (replaced due to damage, but a little lighter than stock)
    SPD-M540 pedals (not the lightest, but I like)

    27# on the dot. So I would think 26# would be fairly easy and 25# possible.

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    2011 Large
    Reba RL Tapered QR15
    Monarch RT3
    S Works Crank with XX spider 39-26
    XTR cassette
    X9 rear derailuer
    X7 front derailuer
    KMC X10SL
    X0 Grip shifters
    Xpedo CR-MO pedals
    Thomson post (cut from 410 to 350ish) and stem (90MM)
    Salsa Pro Moto 1 carbon bar- Soon to be swapped for niner carbon
    Shimano XT785 with 180/160 Ice Techs
    KCNC rear skewer and post clamp
    Charge Knife
    Wheelset: Hope pro 2 rear, American Classic front. Stans Arches, Dt Comps, Alloy nips
    Maxxis Aspens set up tubeless
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    Weighs in @ 24.8.
    Have plans to drop another 1-1.5 lbs off of it next winter.
    Not too much of a WW build as Im 215lbs.

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    Nice! ^^^

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    Mine is as follows:
    2011 L frame
    2012 Reba RLT
    Shimano XT 10sp drivetrain
    Shimano XT 775 brakes
    Salsa post & Low Rise XC bars
    Hope Pro2/Ringle Dirty flea/ Flows set up tubeless
    Racing Ralph rear/ Nobby Nic front
    SPD 540s
    27.44lbs

    Just ordered an XO BB30 2x crank. Should shave better part of a pound off if the weights are correct. New saddle in the works and then I think I am pretty much done. Love the bike!
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    Crank will make a big difference for sure!

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    2011 med. frame with Reba RL
    EA 50 post,Monkeylite riser bar, Bontrager stem,Oury lock-ons
    RF Deus cranks 22/32/bash with adapter for BB30 BB
    X9 shifters,deraillers
    SDG ti seat
    990 cassette 11-32 w/36t add on cog
    Shimano WH 75? wheelset
    Formula Oro K18 brakes
    Mythos 2.1 non UST running tubeless

    26.5 lbs w/ pedals-heavier than I thought it would be

    I have a set of Am. Classic hubs that I might build into a light wheelset, any recommendations for light yet strong rims? Spokes?
    The Shimano wheelset weighs about 1800 grams.

    Tom

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    I am eyeing the Cheap Chinese Wide tubeless carbon rims for my next setup. I am thinking I might even bite the bullet and go ahead and order them and sell my stock Arches to recoup some of the money. They would be a little lighter and certainly much stiffer.

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    My 2011 full build weighed 28.7 at the shop with reflectors and my Egg Beaters. Changed the following:

    - Maxxis Beaver EXC's front and rear, with Stans.
    - Control Tech Ti non-quick release skewers
    - Cut 7/8" off each end of bar
    - plastic caps in unused bottle cage mounts
    - custom pinstriping

    27.2# - pretty cheap and easy.
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    Must have lost the weight in the tires? That is a big drop for what you have listed. Must be a large?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradoemba View Post
    My 2011 full build weighed 28.7 at the shop with reflectors and my Egg Beaters. Changed the following:

    - Maxxis Beaver EXC's front and rear, with Stans.
    - Control Tech Ti non-quick release skewers
    - Cut 7/8" off each end of bar
    - plastic caps in unused bottle cage mounts
    - custom pinstriping

    27.2# - pretty cheap and easy.
    A little off topic, but, how do you like those tires? I didn't realize they were as light as they are, I might need to give them a try.

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    The tires seem to be doing very well here in the soggy NW. They are very light - the EXC have the 120 tpi sidewall and they claim a weight of 490g. I wanted the non-EXCs with the 60 tpi walls as I am little concerned how they will hold up, but I couldn't find them at the local bike shop. The wheel skewers are surprisingly worth a couple OZs too. And I saved at least 4g but cutting down the bars.

    Yes, the frame is a large, and I weighed it on the same scale at the bike shop. It's light enough for me and wallet can't afford anything more. Time to ride more and lose some off the beer gut.

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    The Maxxis Beaver (sounds like Max's beaver) was a top 10 product for 2011 on the twentynineinches site.
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    Why haven't I heard about these yet...

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    Mine is a 1X9, so need to state that up front:

    2011 S Frame
    Reba RLT Tapered 9mm QR
    Sram XO carbon crank 34 tooth blackspire, spot bash guard, N gear keeper
    XO Rear Der and Trigger Shifter
    XO 2012 Brakes G3 rotors
    XTR Cassette 11X36
    KMC 10sl chain
    Ritchey Superlogic carbon rizer 660mm
    Thomson Elite Post and Stem
    Selle Italia SLR
    Stans Crest 3.30 Hubs
    Racing Ralph SS front tubeless
    Maxxis Ikon Exo Rear tubeless
    salsa flip off skewers
    Frog Ti pedals
    Arundel carbon cage
    cane creek 40 headset
    esi chunky grips
    23.9 lbs

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    That is impressive for sure! I am really thinking about going 1x10.

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    Medium Spearfish 1, stock build kit, with the following changes:

    Shimano XT pedals (M780s)
    110mm Salsa ProMoto Ti stem
    XX shifters
    XX front derailleur
    XX cranks
    Maxxis Ardent front tire (2.25, tubeless)
    Maxxis Ignitor rear tire (2.1, tubeless)

    26.12 lbs

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    Custom 2011 Medium Spearfish

    Stans Arch (not setup tubeless)
    X9 Shifters
    X9 Rear Derailleur
    X7 Front Derailleur
    XO Crank
    Time ATAC carbon pedals
    Reba Race 1 1/8 steerer tube
    Crankbrothers Joplin 3 seatpost
    Race Face Deus Stem
    Race Face Next Carbon straight bar
    Juicy 3 brakes
    Hutchinson Python Tubeless Tires
    Fizik Airone saddle

    Can't believe it weighs 28.75 lbs! Sad times.
    Really want to bring weight down. Maybe different cassette, pedals, (don't want to lose joplin post), and run tubeless. Is my scale wrong??




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    Looks like a beautiful ride, what geographical location are you in? And the bike looks great too!

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    Farskija, it's a great "after work" type ride. The pictures are of Hidden Mesa Open Space Trail located in Castle Rock, CO, just south of Denver. It's a nice little climb all the way to the top of a Mesa. Once on top, you can ride a couple loops to bring the total miles to about 9. It was a great first ride to try out the Spearfish.

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    That is heavy but that seat post is a solid pound probably. Going tubeless will get you 3/4lb down. Also check the weight on those tires...

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    Hi everyone. Just finished my build this weekend. Purchased the frame way back in November when it was on closeout from Hammerhead. I've been collecting parts since then for the build. Can't wait to finally see how it rides.


    2011 Size L Frame
    Sid RCT3 Tapered 15mm(Steer tube still needs about 2" cut)
    Sram XO BB30 Crankset 38/24 w/out bash guard
    Sram Press Fit 30 bb
    XO Trigger Shifters
    XO Front and Rear Der
    Avid Elixir CR brakes
    Sram XG 1080 cassette
    Sram PC 1091R chain
    Easton EC70 handlebar 40mm rise
    Easton EC90sl stem 100mm
    Easton EC90 Seatpost 400mm
    Specialized Phenom Pro Saddle 143
    Stans Arch wheelset. Front 15mm, Rear 10x135 w/ DT Swiss RWS thru bolt
    Maxxis Ikon EXC 3C front tubeless
    Kenda SB8 Rear tubeless
    Time ATAC carbon pedals
    ESI Racers Edge grips
    Cane Creek 40 headset
    Vincero Edge 16 water bottle mount
    Power Cordz Prime cables and housing
    25.33 lbs

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    Impressive for sure!

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    Mine started stock, then I made the following changes:

    Stan's Crest wheels
    Maxxis Ikon Exo tires run tubeless
    Niner Flat top carbon bar
    Shimano XTR trail brakes
    WTB Silverado SL
    XT rear der and R shifter
    XTR race pedals
    Ibis seatpost (from my Mojo)
    25.7 lbs (med)

    The stock Arches with Formula hubs are significantly heavier than Arches with Stan's hubs (I've had both)
    The Silverado SL also saved me about 80g over the one that came on the bike

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    Well mine has gained some weight... I went from the stock seat post to the Thomson Elite setback and gained a few ounces. I sit at 27lb 1oz and it is going to get worse... I ordered a new tire for upfront Conti Mountain King 2.4 to replace the Xking I have that keeps washing out on me. It is going to the rear to replace the SB8 on there now.

    So I will probably be gaining another 150 grams... So I am projecting 27lbs 5 or 6oz so about a 1/4lb which really is frustrating to me because weight is a big deal but when you lose confidence in tires it is time for a change.

    If I can go 1x10 in the future this will help offset this weight gain.

    I want to go light weight but I have had way to many wipe outs because of not having enough grip up front. So I will have to shed weight somewhere else. Any ideas?

    Spearfish 2 Medium stock build -
    setup tubeless with 2 scoops of Stans

    eggbeater pedals - lost .5lb from stock

    Niner carbon flat bar 710mm wide
    Raceface Evolve Stem 90mm
    Sram lock on foam grips
    These three items lost another .5lb from stock

    Gained a little weight from the Thomson seat post.

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    Spearfish weight

    I agree with you though - don't skimp on the tire for weight if you lack confidence at speed. That extra weight will "pay for itself" on the way down IMHO.

    I second what So Cal RX mentioned about those Formula hubs. I think they are Formula? Those things are like almost half a lb heavier than Stans hubs, it appears? I think hub/rim weight is where most of us are getting a quick lb off the SF.

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    My Spearfish 1 built it myself, XTR drive train running 1 x 10, with an MRP chain device, Hope Hoops with Stans Crests tubless with Maxxis ikons, Hope Tech 2 Evo brakes, The usual Thomson stem and seatpost, and a Sunline V1 745 red anno bars....etc weighs in at 25.9lb just a shade under 26 :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffus View Post

    My Spearfish 1 built it myself . . . 25.9lb just a shade under 26 :-)
    looks awesome! I'm surprised by the weight - I assume that's with the pedals? I'm building a SF 1 from ground up and hoping for 25lb - with 3x10 XT - looks like I won't make it. Will know in about 1 week.
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    I was thinking the same thing. You may want to check your scale that seems on the heavy side from what we have seen for a 1x10 with those wheels and tires.

    I am on a x9 bike 2x10 with mostly stock parts run a big ol' Conti MountainKing 2.4 and still hit 27lb on the nose. Don't get me wrong under 26 is impressive the lightest I ever got mine was 26lb 4oz

    Oh and REALLY nice looking bike BTW.

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    Hi yes with pedals DMR V12's Mag bodies and Ti axles, 90ml of Stans Fluid in each tyre doesn't help but will stop the thorns hopefully,, the bike was weighed at my LBS as it is in the picture, probably could get it down to 25lb but no need easier to loose a 1lb of my belly

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    Awesome bike for sure!

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    Heres an update to an earlier post I have on here

    Went to a 1x9 and saved almost a lb. I'm using a BBG bashguard that replaced the small ring, no tensioner or anything and it works great.

    Used Velocity Blunt SL rims, American Classic rear, Hope front hubs and Wheelsmith butted spokes( they were only 10 grams heavier than DT Swiss and half the price), now my wheelset is 200 grams lighter but stronger, and for now I'm using a Rampage in front and Ardent 2.2 rear, the Blunt rim gives a much better footprint.

    But with the old Mythos tires and the 1x9 I'd be in the 24 and change weight range, more what I had hoped for.

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    Truvativ carbon riser bar and stem
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    SRAM X0 Crank
    XT Shifters and brakes
    XT FD
    SLX RD
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    Something looks wrong with that picture...like the pic was stretched vertically...

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    No idea why, it looks fine on tablet and on my phone.

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    It's that the bike is on a hill not flat.

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    here's my Spearfish

    Just built this up. It may be the first of it's kind in Austria.
    - Spearfish 1 frame, size XL
    - Fox F29 (not terralogic)
    - Wheels:
    - Light-Bikes (Chinese) carbon rims
    - AmClassic Disc 225 (12mm thru) /130 (15mm thru)
    - DT Revolution spokes
    - aluminum nipples
    - approx. 1420g for the set, with valves, without tape
    - Rocket Ron 2.25 TLR, Ikon 2.3 EXO
    - XT cranks 3x10 (180mm arms), Enduro Ceramic PFBB30 with adapters, XT cassette 11-36, XT chain
    - XT shifters, XT f. der., XTR r. der
    - Magura MT6 brakes with Shimano icetech XT rotors (160mm / 160mm)
    - Ritchey C260 Stem, Syntace Vector Carbon Riser bar (26.7" x .4" Rise x 12 Deg Sweep)
    - Litespeed Ti post, WTB Rocket V Ti saddle
    - Crank Bros. eggbeaters w/ Ti spindles
    - griptape

    Weight = 25.5lb* (I was really hoping for 25lb even)

    *Approx.
    - measured by holding a hanging scale
    - with tubes
    - Without saddlebag or tail light shown in pic
    - with pedals

    I have not even ridden it on dirt yet, but so far the word is SMOOTH. I've also got a Mamasita and the difference is very, very noticeable - and that's not all good - I like a very bright (hardtail like) FS. I really just want something I can pedal through the roots and rocks. I don't need help on the downhill stuff. More ride report later, right now I just need to get the suspension dialed. Anyone have fork / shock recommendations because I don't even know where to begin ??
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    for an XL that is an incredible weight! Sounds like you need to play with the pressure on the rear shock. I have found it to be very lively. Let us know how those wheels hold up I really want to build a set.

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    Spearfish 1 custom build 26.14

    Large frame
    Salsa Pro moto 1 carbon bars
    Ergon GA1 grips
    FSA 110mm stem
    Chris King Inset Headset in green
    Fox Talas 120mm fork
    E thirteen SSK cranks
    E thirteen 32 tooth ring, in green
    Paul chain keeper
    XT Cassette
    XT Chain
    XTR M985 rear derailuer
    XTR shifter
    Hope M4 Evo Race brakes, 183 front, 160 rear
    Thomson Post
    WTB Pure V saddle
    Wheels Hope Pro II's laced to Mavic 719's
    Continetal X King 2.2's set up with Stans

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOK View Post
    I bought mine as frame only, so a full custom build. Weighed in at 26.4 lbs. I could see easily getting sub 26 with lighter bar, seatpost, cassette. And even lower with lighter brakes and/or wheels.

    Spearfish 2 frame
    Fox F29 TALAS FiT fork - 15QR, straight steerer
    Cane Creek 110 headset
    Thomson stem
    Thomson post
    Niner Flat Top Nine bar
    WTB laser V saddle
    Time ATAC XS carbon pedals
    Specialized Roval Control wheels
    Specialized Captain Sworks 2bliss tires (2.0 size)
    XX front der
    XO rear der
    XO cranks
    XX front shifter
    XO rear shifer
    KMC 10.93 chain
    Formula RX brakes
    Oury grips
    Updates to my build. Recently changed the brakes to Formula R1, cassette to SRAM XX 11-36, and the wheels to Roval Control SL 29. This drops the weight down to 24.86 lbs.

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    Spearfish 1 - 24.55 lbs Size Large

    The build:
    20" Spearfish 1 frame
    Fox F29 fork
    Salsa Pro Moto 1 Stem
    Salsa Pro Moto 1 Post
    Enve bars
    XTR Plus RD
    XTR FD
    XTR Shifters
    XX 11-36 Cassette
    XO 39/26 Crank
    Stans Crest Wheelset
    Rocket Ron front Racing Ralph SS Rear
    Magura MT6 Brakes with Magura SL Rotors
    Crank Bros Egg Beaters
    ESI Chunky Grips
    Cheap Nashbar GR2 Saddle




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    Medium Spearfish
    Sram XX cranks with Home Brewed Components bash guard and 34t ring (1x10)
    XTR shifter and 11/36 cassette
    XTR brakes
    XTR pedals
    Easton EC90 seatpost
    Fizik Allante vs saddle (not the lightest but good for hours and hours)
    FSA stem and Handlebar
    Ritchey WCS foam grips
    Stan's Race Gold wheels
    Maxxis Crossmark front tire Maxxis Ikon rear tire
    Fox forked (Pushed)
    23.52 lbs
    I only have a couple of rides on it so far but accidently got a Strava KOM on my second ride. I have a 50 mile race next week and a 100 the week after, so I'l see how I like it!

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    2012 Spearfish 3 Frame Large

    Shock: Fox RP3
    HS: OEM with straight tube reducer race
    Fork: 2010 RS REBA
    Hubs: DT240s
    Rims: Stan's Crest
    Spokes: Comps with alloy nips
    Brakes: ServoWave Shimano XT
    Rotors: Formula 180F/160R
    Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph F/Captain Control 2.1 R
    Crankset: Shimano XTR m970 with XT 32t middle, 22t small and lightwt. BBG bashguard
    BB: SRAM adapter with XTR external BB
    Chain: 9speed XT
    Shifters: SRAM X0 grip 9speed
    FD: SRAM Force Road
    RD: X0 9speed
    Cassette: XT 11-34 9speed
    Pedals: Time Atac XS carbon
    Seatpost: Richey Pro
    Saddle: WTB Pure V team
    Seatcollar: Hope QR
    Stem: Specialized 75mm adjustable
    Handlebars: Easton Carbon Haven
    Bottlecage: Alloy, supergo

    Final weight is 26.25lbs.

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    My medium Fish. Before 1X10 was 28.6 Now after the 1X10 its at 27.6.









    Oh yeah, I was standing on the wall to get these side views.......WTF.

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    Just installed an XX 1099 cassette and dropped more poundage....err ounces.

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    If my scales are to be believed my Spearfish 1x10 weighs 12kilos/26.4lbs

    Medium Frame with Monarch R shock
    Manitou Tower Pro 20mm forks
    Superstar Switch Evo/Crest wheels tubeless with folding Ignitors & 2 cups gloop each tyre
    Rear 10mm QR front 20mm hubs
    XT 11-36 cassette
    XT Medium Shadow mech
    Zee shifter
    Hope X2 Evo Brakes
    KCNC 180F/160R Rotors
    FSA V-Drive crank/KCNC chainring bolts/FSA 34T single specific ring
    Ritchey V5 Paradigm spds
    Superstar XCR Chain device
    Hope 90mm stem
    Bontrager Select 620mm bars (280gms!)
    Sunline grips
    On-One Twelfty 400mm post
    Specialized saddle (nowt special!)

    Have got some nice foam grips to go on and save a bit more, bars/post/saddle from the parts bin so due to be replaced with something nicer in due course.

    (pic as seen in other thread, haven't had it long!)
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    I got this custom built since the Spearfish 1 complete was not available in small. My LBS got me a better price than the complete and I was able to get an all mountain crank and XT brakes.

    Spearfish 1 frame (size small)
    Fox Float RP2
    Rock Shox Reba RLT, Solo Air, 15QR
    Sram X9 trigger, 2x10
    X7 front derailleur
    X0 Type 2 rear derailleur
    X9 22/36/bashguard crank
    PG-1070, 10 spd, 12-36 cassette
    Cane Creek 40 series headset
    Thomson X4 stem, 80mm
    Truvativ T40 RB Stylo handlebar, 680mm
    XT brakes
    Ice tech 160mm rotors
    Thomson Elite seatpost
    PC-1031 chain
    Stan's ZTR Arch EX wheelset, 15QR, 12x142
    Specialized Fast Trak Control 2.2
    WTB Volt Race saddle
    ODI Ruffian "Path"
    26.6 pounds on my bathroom scale

    I think the only thing I'm going to change is the handlebars. I thought I might want the risers but I sit much higher than my other bikes so I'll get a flat bar soon. For my type of riding, this bike is awesome!

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    I just picked up 2012 Spearfish 3 small stock. 29 lbs.

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    Nice. Like the spiderless ring on the X9. Considering the same.

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    2012 Spearfish 1 Frame, Large
    XT group, FSA crank
    Reba team at 120mm
    cane creek 40
    Syntace stem/bar
    thomson post
    Weelset: superlight rear / hope front / stans archEx.
    maxxis ignitors
    sram 1070 chain, cassette

    weight: 26.1 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnystorm View Post
    If my scales are to be believed my Spearfish 1x10 weighs 12kilos/26.4lbs

    Medium Frame with Monarch R shock
    Manitou Tower Pro 20mm forks
    Superstar Switch Evo/Crest wheels tubeless with folding Ignitors & 2 cups gloop each tyre
    Rear 10mm QR front 20mm hubs
    XT 11-36 cassette
    XT Medium Shadow mech
    Zee shifter
    Hope X2 Evo Brakes
    KCNC 180F/160R Rotors
    FSA V-Drive crank/KCNC chainring bolts/FSA 34T single specific ring
    Ritchey V5 Paradigm spds
    Superstar XCR Chain device
    Hope 90mm stem
    Bontrager Select 620mm bars (280gms!)
    Sunline grips
    On-One Twelfty 400mm post
    Specialized saddle (nowt special!)

    Have got some nice foam grips to go on and save a bit more, bars/post/saddle from the parts bin so due to be replaced with something nicer in due course.

    (pic as seen in other thread, haven't had it long!)
    I've since swapped out the stem for an EC70 (to get some drop), FSA Carbon bars (with a green K!), the post is now an EC70 and the saddle a Charge Spoon Ti. Saved 313gms not including the addition of carbon steerer spacers!

    /obsessed.

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    My new build. Took forever to get this to happen. Medium frame, Recon Gold fork, Stylo crank with Sram adapter shell, Elixers, Sun Black Flag Expert tubeless with SWorks Fastrak rear and Captain
    front. Thomson post, Specialized Proset stem, SWorks carbon riser. Sitting right now at 27.6 lbs. I would like to knock off a pound or two. Will most likely swap fork to my Fox, maybe some Crests but I'm 195 and the recommended rider limit is 190.




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    So I have a bone stock SF2, with the exception of a Bantrager setback post and a Thomson 100mm stem...

    Where would I look to lose weight first? Seems like the Reba RL fork is already light, as is the stock wheelset (Stans Arch)... I have no clue what the weight it though. lol

    How heavy are the bars? They look heavy as hell, but man they feel so good! I am scared to lose them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointerDixie214 View Post
    Where would I look to lose weight first? Seems like the Reba RL fork is already light, as is the stock wheelset (Stans Arch)... I have no clue what the weight it though. lol
    The stock rims are light enough, sure, but the stock hubs are quite porky. I don't have particularly accurate numbers but my bathroom scale told me I lost over a pound going to Hope Pro IIs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zandr View Post
    The stock rims are light enough, sure, but the stock hubs are quite porky. I don't have particularly accurate numbers but my bathroom scale told me I lost over a pound going to Hope Pro IIs.
    Holy crap! That's a lot of extra weight... Hmmm....

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    I will post pics and more info later when i have time to do a write up on it but 26.8 pounds as a 2x9 with bashguard, RaRa 2.4 tires tubeless on converted rims with rubber strips, 535 pedals, large size, reba fork.
    I don't post to generate business for myself or make like I'm better than sliced bread

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    26.4 lbs for my Large SF2 with Bonty XR1 2.2s on Easton Haven wheels. 1x10 drive with bash guard, Fox Evo fork, Thompson post, WTB saddle, RXL stem, & cheap Sette bars. It was over 27 with Saguros mounted...

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    25.75 lbs

    FSA carbon, crank, bar, and seatpost. Crossmax SLR wheels, Racing Ralphs. XT shifters and brakes, hayes rotors. I could probably drop a half pound with some serious spending, but I am pretty happy with it the way it is. I am not a huge fan of the external cables.
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    Stock 2013 Spearfish 2
    27.4 lbs sans pedals

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    Nice!

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    She's a floater...

    Small '12 SF 2
    Roval control carbon (DEMO)
    XT w/Ice Tech Rotors 180/160
    XT pedals
    Thompson post
    Ground control front 2.3
    Fast Track rear 2.0
    Ergon grips

    A hair over 25lbs.

    She RIPS!
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    23lbs.

    ss..

    srm...


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    Greg,

    Is that a Renthal chain ring? It looks super close to the chain stay! I'd love to ride a SS, lite weight, spearfish! Sweet ride!

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    It tis a renthal 36t on a 2x10 srm (120 bcd outer) with cannondale arms. I got it to fit on the 122 spindle.

    It is really close to the chainstay as it sits, but the cs moves away from the crank on any suspension movement, so that situation gets better not worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregclimbs View Post
    23lbs.

    ss..

    srm...

    How does it ride? I have thought about this a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregclimbs View Post
    23lbs.

    ss..

    srm...

    Great looking rig. Any problems with the tensioner? Does it keep tension well?

    I know my Spearfish handles stand up grinding real well. So I thought about doing this too.

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    24.91 pounds with pedals! I surpassed my goal of 25 pounds.

    The build:
    16" Spearfish 1 frame
    Reba RLT 29 fork
    Easton EC70 Post
    Niner Flat Top Carbon Bars
    XT Plus RD
    X0 FD
    XT Shifters
    XT 11-36 Cassette
    XO Crank with Race Face 38/26 rings
    Specialized Carbon Roval Wheelset
    Rocket Ron front and Rear
    XT Brakes with XT Rotors
    XTR Pedals
    ergon Grips
    Specialized Phenom saddle.

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    Down to 25.8 with the addition of x 9 cranks and 32t MRP Bling Ring.

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    Greg - is the tensioner needed to compensate for suspension movement? Otherwise, couldn't an eccentric BB shell with a standard Shimano style 24mm spindle work in place of the tensioner?

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    @adrenalnjunky - yes... tensioner accomodates for chainstay growth through sus travel.

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    23.4 Pounds, 1x10

    Now down to 23.4 pounds, running 1x10. More details here.

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    And it begins.....

    I have my Large '13 SF1 down to 5.76lbs as it currently sits.

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    I kid, I kid

    But - I'm shooting for just under 24. Mostly X0 2x10, Crests on Hope Pro 2 EVO's. Depends on if I have a moment of weakness when buying a cassette. XX loses almost 150 grams over a X9 (PG1070). That's a third of a pound in the cassette by itself.

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    Congrats man! Get that thing built. I'd like to hear how the CTD performs in different settings.
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    @1-bar my fox rear shock finally arrived and I have to say, it was night and day the difference it made to my spearfish. To the point I was really surprised about it...

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    Did it replace a fox or rock shox? I had my fox retuned w the max per pedal and that was night and day.
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    replaced monach with CTD fox.

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    Spearfish 1- Large
    Magura TS 8 SL fork
    Magura MT 8 Brakes
    Sram XX1 shifter, der, cassette
    Rotor 3D crankset
    Time ATAC carbon pedals
    Syntace bars, stem, seatpost
    Stans Arch EX rims, Hope EVO 2 hubs (can't wait for the Hadley XX1 freehub!)
    Maxxis Ignitor front tire tubeless
    Tioga Psycho Genius rear tire (heavy!) tubeless

    25.5lbs

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    gregclimbs I am very intrigued by that and thank you for sharing. I have the original 2011 SF and it's time to service the Monarch. Instead of servicing though, I was thinking about replacing with a CTD. Did you just obtain the correct stroke/travel for your frame? I was wondering why Salsa was telling me it would be most effective if it was "tuned" for the SF frame. Appreciate any further comments on the conversion/ride, etc.

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    hello, my spearfish

    1 st edition - 13 330 gramm, xl frame, reba rl, fulcrum rp29xl wheels, all slx\xt, crankset sram X.5 26\39 double 175 mm






    wheels and 160 mm brake rotor die here(i am weight 220 pounds):





    new wheels - flow29 and seat and disk rotor, and short stem (50 mm) for down, pedals xt, crank set e.13 double 24\38 180 mm



    weight on KK smal local race edition - xt pedals , RaRa + RoRo evo+light thick tubes continental + flow(heavy but strong), 110 mm steam FSA, carbon 685 bar easton monkey, new crankset
    and SQLAB 150 mm seat, 203\180 mm rotor - 12 786 gramm - 28,22 phounds
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