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    My 2014 Scale 960


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    My 2014 Scott Scale 700



    Final Weight (race set-up): 18.6 lbs with pedals

    Race Set-Up:
    2014 Scott Scale 700 (small)
    XX1
    RockShox SID XX
    Qfactr Revenge Carbon Wheels with dt swiss 240s centerlock hubs
    Easton EC70 handlebars
    XTR centerlock rotors
    XTR brakes
    XTR race pedals
    Specialized S-Works stem
    Specialized Romin Pro Saddle
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph (Front)
    Schwalbe Thunderburt (Rear)

    Trail Set-Up:
    E*thirteen TRS+ wheels
    Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 (F/R)
    Thomson Covert Dropper

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    Scott Scale 970 [2013]

    Here's my Scott Scale 970 [2013 model] bought last May at an LBS. loving it so far!

    added:
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    Cateye Velo 9
    seatpost bag
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    Some awesome looking bikes! Need a Scott for myself. Wife got one...
    Hopefully she learns how to ride soon. First ride was tough lol

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    My Scale RC
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    Scott Scale 10
    Back to a 26 wheels from a 27,5
    Just quicker - 9.900 kg
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    Scott Scale 740

    Picked up this beauty today. '15 Scale 740. Scott Scale Pics-bloop.jpg

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    Sweet 740!! They are a pretty decent build for the price! Fast too. Got my son a 940 to race this year! Love the paint scheme on that model.

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    Yea it looks fantastic! A big step up from my Kona Cinder Cone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1984Volkswagen View Post
    Yea it looks fantastic! A big step up from my Kona Cinder Cone.
    Ok, that's funny! my sons 940 replaced his old Cinder Cone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stew325 View Post
    Ok, that's funny! my sons 940 replaced his old Cinder Cone!
    Small world huh?! Great minds think alike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1984Volkswagen View Post
    Picked up this beauty today. '15 Scale 740. Click image for larger version. 

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    Beautiful XC machine.
    Just out of curiosity, the Scott website lists this model's weight as 11,30kg (24.91 lbs), without pedals.

    Have you ever weighted it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carioca_XC View Post
    Beautiful XC machine.
    Just out of curiosity, the Scott website lists this model's weight as 11,30kg (24.91 lbs), without pedals.

    Have you ever weighted it?
    I have not yet, but I will try to tommorow and let you know! It feels light to me, so I imagine their weight of just under 25 pounds is correct.

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    Scott Scale 910, Niner fork, Light Bicycle carbon wheels, carbon seat post, Selle Italia seat, Flat Force Stem, Easton SL90 bars, should have just bought the frame and built it up because not much is original, love this bike, just wish I could find another crown race to quickly change forks back to suspension and back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1984Volkswagen View Post
    I have not yet, but I will try to tommorow and let you know! It feels light to me, so I imagine their weight of just under 25 pounds is correct.
    Hello! I ended up getting Scale 740 for myself, too. Amazing bike, fantastic geometry, huge upgrade from my Trek 4500! I had the wheelset and tyres upgraded right out of the box and I've just recently weighed it: 24.63 pounds with XT pedals. The thing is, I never had a chance to get to know the actual weight of the factory setup. Again, just out of curiosity, if you have the bike with the original setup and have chance to weigh it, I'd really appreciate it.

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    This my 2012 Scale Comp. I bought it used a little over a month ago already upgraded with a Reba RL and Deore crank, rear derailleur, cassette, and chain. Its my first decent hardtail and I absolutely love this bike!

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    Hi, I'm new here. This is my Scott scale 710. Bought it a few days ago. I love this bike :-)

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    Nice colours scheme on the 710!! nice ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stew325 View Post
    Nice colours scheme on the 710!! nice ride!
    Thanks. I've tried it yesterday on our trails here where I live and it was amazing, though with a bit of fear scratching the bike during the ride :-)

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    Frame: Scott Scale Premium (M)
    Fork: DT Swiss XRC 100 Race Twin Shot
    Headset: Ritchey WCS Tapered Press Fit w/ MCFK Carbon Ahead-Cap
    Spacers: Reset Racing 5mm + 5mm
    Stem: Syntace F109 (90mm -6°)
    Handlebar: MCFK Carbon Flatbar Barend 31.8 x 640mm
    Grips: ESI Chunky
    Bar Ends: MT.Zoom Ultralight MK2
    Front Brake: Magura MT8 Carbotecture
    Rear Brake: Magura MT8 Carbotecture
    Rotors: KCNC Razor 160mm w/ titanium bolts
    Shifters: Shimano XTR SL-M980
    Front Derailleur: Shimano XTR FD-M986 Double
    Crankset: Race Face Next SL 2x10 40/28 175mm
    Bottom Bracket: HSC BB92 Press Fit MTB Ceramic
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR RD-M980 GS
    Cassette: SRAM Red XG-1090 11-28 or SRAM XX XG-1099 11-32
    Chain: KMC X10SL Gold
    Pedals: Xpedo M-Force 8 Ti (XMF08TT)
    Rims: NoTubes ZTR Alpine 32H
    Front Hub: Extralite HyperFront 32H
    Rear Hub: Extralite HyperRear 32H
    Spokes: Pillar PST X-TRA Straight Pull (Natural Ti color)
    Nipples: DT Alloy
    Rim Tape: NoTubes Yellow Rim Tape
    Skewers: Extralite Aliens 3
    Tires: Continental Race King Racesport 2.2
    Tubes: Eclipse
    Saddle: San Marco Aspide Carbon FX Protek Open
    Seatpost: MCFK Carbon 34.9 x 400mm (custom specifications)
    Collar: MCFK Carbon w/ titanium bolt
    Bottle Cage: King Cage Titanium w/ titanium bolts

    Weight: 7.45kg (16.4lbs)

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    My scale 920

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    2011 Scale 29er Custom. Alum frame.

    Has done 85 mile day trips, has done 6k feet of climbing in a few hours, has done 4+ hour descents. What a bike.

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    2014 Scott Scale 960

    Just bought a 2014 Scale 960 size XL from my LBS. Got it for $870. My LBS had it on sale for $1200 but I got them to match a price from REI online. They usually provide lifetime "silver" tuneups for bikes bought from the store but with the price match they would not include that. I weighed my options and figure I will be working on my own bikes going forward so the $330 saved is worth it. Who knows, maybe I will come to regret it.

    The test ride and one mile ride home was a blast. I like the geometry and the bike feels really light and nimble.

    The only thing so far that I don't like are the grips. They have this honeycomb pattern that digs and cuts into my hands. I guess with gloves it should be OK. Can I change the grips without changing the bars? I didn't see any screws.

    I will keep this thread posted with ride reports, etc. I have been doing a little fat biking but never had a 29er and getting back into the sport after a while.

    I hope this is the right bike for me.

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    Just picked up my first Scott bike yesterday. 2015 Scott Scale 770 Currently owning both a 26"er and a 29er" I added my first 650B hard tail to the fleet. Looking forward to making a few mods on this and getting it on the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biocoug1 View Post
    Just picked up my first Scott bike yesterday. 2015 Scott Scale 770 Currently owning both a 26"er and a 29er" I added my first 650B hard tail to the fleet. Looking forward to making a few mods on this and getting it on the trail.

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    Nice, new Scott owner myself. What mods are you going to make? What are your other bikes?
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    2013 Scale 920 Makeover

    I've decided to make a summer project of this 2013 Scale 920 medium frame I won on an Ebay auction. It weighed in at 1070g.

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    Seller listed it as "excellent" condition. When it came, it was more like Good-Fair.

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    I didn't like all the blemishes. And I'm not wild about the older neon green...sortuva duller yellowish green in person. I'm going to make this a lightweight racing machine, so I decided step one was make it look fast. I decided to change the colorway. I like the red-black-white combo, so I ordered some 3M 1080 vinyl wrap, which I taught myself how to use in changing the colorway of my trail bike (Santa Cruz Solo/5010), along with how to use knifeless tape. I ordered matte black, gloss black, red, white vinyl swatches (1 x 5 ft), along with some Scott frame decals in various colors and sizes, all from eBay. I couldn't find Scale decals, so I just used Scott decals in different sizes.

    I don't like screaming logo advertisements, though, but I wanted to keep the Scott identity, so I went with gloss black lettering. I sanded down the blemish ridges as much as I could. I laid down a strip of matte black first to cover the old letters, then applied the proper size frame decals.

    Here's the end result, adding only 20g of weight to the frame.

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    I'll update the final outcome after the full build, but I think I'll start a separate thread for the component-by-component project, which is going to be a lightweight-but-not-super-weight-weenie-on-a-budget kind of project. I know folks have gotten these to 17 lbs, but I want a usable xc racer in the 18-19.5 lb range, without spending a fortune. My goal is $3000, using mostly near-new or supersale/last model year parts. eBay, PinkBike, Craig's List, et al here I come.

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    thats awesome mattmay !!! very nice job..looks better than original

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    Thanks!

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    Makeover Complete!

    From the frame mods above, to complete bike in the wild:

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    18.4 lbs. Fast!

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    Build:
    2013 Scale 920 (medium)
    Specialized Roval Control SL carbon rims
    Thunder Burts 2.1
    XX1 drivetrain
    KMC x11sl chain (black/red)
    X01 shifter
    2013 Rockshox SID 100mm (Slik Graphic decals)
    Shimano m9000 brakes
    KCNC Razor rotors (160mm)
    Ritchie stem/headset (80mm)
    Candy 1 pedals, spindles replaced w Ti
    Carbon seatpost (unknown make, came w frame, 34.9mm)
    Selle Italia saddle
    Bontrager Race X grips

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    Very nice build Matt. Is that the kind of terrain you ride it on that you show in the pics? Seems really rocky and technical. How does the Scale handle it?
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    That's just the top of a climb with rocks on the edge...not part of the trail. For posing only! I have taken it down a few very short rocky sections...sorta like the Beatrice section of Mt Saint Anne World Cup race I watched today, and and its not nearly as bad as I thought.

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    Just got these within the past month, and got their first wash .

    Wife with the black and green 2016 760 and the 2015 740 is mine.





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    Just picked up my 4th Scale. First was an '06 Ltd 26'er, then '10 29'er aluminum, then '11 carbon 29'er RC I kept until last year. Missed it, Scott hardtails just "fit" me. 2016 900SL. Got in two days of riding at two great trails before the rains started!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbscott View Post
    Just picked up my 4th Scale. First was an '06 Ltd 26'er, then '10 29'er aluminum, then '11 carbon 29'er RC I kept until last year. Missed it, Scott hardtails just "fit" me. 2016 900SL. Got in two days of riding at two great trails before the rains started!
    Orange and black looks great!

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    Scott Scale Pics

    Hi Guys, new member and my first post, Here is my 2015 Scale 760......




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    i'm ordering my 740 later today :-) what size is that one, and what size are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midlife View Post
    i'm ordering my 740 later today :-) what size is that one, and what size are you?
    Mine is an XL and in 6'6"....

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    First Ride - Scale 950

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    First ride today. The dog probably enjoyed the run as much as I enjoyed the ride.

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    First ride of the Scott Scale 740 frame i built up. Blown away by how good it is :-)



    Spec:
    Scale 740 frame
    RS SID RCT3 100mm forks
    DT swiss 350 hubs and Ryde trace XC rims
    Rocket ron tyres (for the moment -its wet and muddy here)
    Easton flat wide bar (alu)
    Easton EA70 70mm -6deg stem
    XT brakeset
    XTR 11sp shifter
    Raceface half nelson grips
    Raceface turbine cinch cranks 34t ring
    XT trail spds
    XT M8000 11sp rear mech
    XT 11-42 cassette
    Fizik gobi K:ium saddle
    Synchros seatpost (this is the one bit i dont like, its overly heavy and the clamping mechanism is poor IMO, but it came with frame and my old seatpost is different dia)

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    Really like that!! Why the single front sprocket??

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    Lighter weight and simplicity. I race and not having the stutter in cadence/power of a front shift saves seconds at technical sections/ changes of gradient, when you need the seconds most!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midlife View Post
    Lighter weight and simplicity. I race and not having the stutter in cadence/power of a front shift saves seconds at technical sections/ changes of gradient, when you need the seconds most!
    I see, I just ride for fun with my daughters so probably not necessary...
    Looks a nice ride pal, enjoy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midlife View Post
    Lighter weight and simplicity. I race and not having the stutter in cadence/power of a front shift saves seconds at technical sections/ changes of gradient, when you need the seconds most!
    Yeah I'll never go back to a front derailleur after removing mine. There are cheap Chinese carbon seat posts on Ebay that will fit the Scale, but they have no set back, however I have one and it works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangeroo0 View Post
    Yeah I'll never go back to a front derailleur after removing mine. There are cheap Chinese carbon seat posts on Ebay that will fit the Scale, but they have no set back, however I have one and it works for me.
    You can use a shim and get the seat post you want. I did that with my Scale 920 and it worked great. Just used some carbon paste and I was able to put a dropper post on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilerz View Post
    You can use a shim and get the seat post you want. I did that with my Scale 920 and it worked great. Just used some carbon paste and I was able to put a dropper post on it.
    Where did you get your shim from? I got one sent from a US company but it was only 50mm long which didn't even put it below the seat stays so basically useless and liable to damage a carbon frame, really need one about 100mm. Why would anyone bother to make a 50mm shim?

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    Hey Smilerz, I too am interested in the shim for my 920, as I'm contemplating a dropper. Love it on my trail bike and a lightweight 100mm dropper might be perfect. Not sure that new carbon Lev at 65mm would be enough of a drop. What did you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangeroo0 View Post
    Where did you get your shim from? I got one sent from a US company but it was only 50mm long which didn't even put it below the seat stays so basically useless and liable to damage a carbon frame, really need one about 100mm. Why would anyone bother to make a 50mm shim?
    Hi, here is where I purchased the shim.

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    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattMay View Post
    Hey Smilerz, I too am interested in the shim for my 920, as I'm contemplating a dropper. Love it on my trail bike and a lightweight 100mm dropper might be perfect. Not sure that new carbon Lev at 65mm would be enough of a drop. What did you do?
    Here is where I got the shim. It worked perfect.

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    Awesome thank you!

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    Scott Scale 899 Swisspower team bike

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    Here's mine with its new wheels, DT Swiss 190 hubs (found on sale on eBay) with Stan's Alpine 330g rims, laced up by Dave Thomas at Speed Dream Wheels. (This is the fourth set of wheels he's built for me, and I highly recommend him.) These replaced the wheels that came with it when I bought it and saved ten ounces.

    I'm now using Orange Seal Endurance sealant in the Continental Speed King II Racesport 26 x 2.2 tires (which are not carried by the US distributor, and were ordered from starbike.com and bike-discount.de in Germany). I've found that the tires retain their pressure longer with Orange Seal Endurance than with anything else I've tried.

    Another recent upgrade is the Syntace P6 HiFlex 34.9mm seatpost. I had been searching for one of these on eBay and got this slightly used one for $99. These are made 480mm long (almost 19 inches), and I had to shorten it because of the upper bottle cage bolt on the seat tube. Weighing just a bit less than the 31.6mm Thomson Masterpiece seatpost and 57g Scott Ransom seatpost shim it replaced, it does a fine job of smoothing out the ride, and I consider it a worthwhile improvement.

    Hopefully, the next improvement will be to the rider.
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