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    Scott Scale Pics

    Can I get everyone to post pics of their Scales?

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    Scale 60

    Here's a bad pic of my Scale 60...
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    Smile

    here is my modified 2008 30
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    Love those gold rotors on the 30 - sets off the gold frame highlights really well
    Ego maniacs please object to my posts.

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    Greetings from Norway with my first post here!
    Heres my modified 2008 Scale 30:


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    DT fork looks great with the Scott of yours, how many kilos does the bike weight?

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    DT fork looks great with the Scott of yours, how many kilos does the bike weight?
    Thanks! Havenīt weighed it with the new fork but think itīs somewhere around 9,5 kilos.
    Just installed the fork but Iīm very happy with it after 3 rides at least. Feels very stiff and light. Yours looks nice too. What kind of crank is that?

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    the crankset is an old school race face turbine, I like the old stuff with the square taper.
    set up with a ti bottom bracket, it is nice and light and can run a 20 tooth small chain ring
    for the steep stuff at high altitude. got some mountain stuff up to 13000 feet, though normally ride at 3000-9000 feet. Is there enough room with the DT fork to run a 650b
    from wheel? It would require about another 15mm clearance.

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    here's mine

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    Scott Scales

    Winson...are those Panaracer Fires?

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    those are the trailblasters..
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    Mine...

    Hello from Slovenia. There is a lot of them around here. In fact i have two...

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    Scale wannabe...


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    Me and my 2009 Scale 30, taken a couple of weekends ago on top of Mount Pluto (with Lake Tahoe in the background), California, USA. A gorgeous day and a great ride.

    The bike is virtually entirely stock except for the Fizik Rondine saddle. Since this pic was taken, I have swapped the stock Scott grips for ODI Ruffians, which are great. Would love to upgrade the drivetrain, but also trying to save for a house, a car, a wedding & honeymoon...
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    Here's my Scale...weight: 8,6 kg
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    Upgraded 2009 Scale 30.. not the best shots.

    Parts to be changed still: Going full XX drivetrain and brakes!
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    Nice bike! That stem 120mm, KCNC SC WING Unit?

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    Scott Scale 30 Project

    It's far from complete but every time I look at this bike all I see is potential...

    http://i398.photobucket.com/albums/p...Picture065.jpg

    http://i398.photobucket.com/albums/p...Picture068.jpg

    Feel free to add suggestions. Christmas will be R1's and a Durin SL fork...

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    Lovely ride you have there speedworkaddict.

    If it was my rig i'd do the following:

    > R1s and Durin SL as you suggested.
    > Sram X.0 shifting and rear derailleur
    > An Experimental Prototype duo ring combo from Mattias Hellore on the WW forum, maybe 27/42
    > Then I'd look at swapping out the seatpost clamp and seatpost for some lighter units. Tune do some awesome seatposts as well as superlight weight carbon clamps in the correct Scott diametres, so no need for shims.

    Other than that I'd pretty much leave it hey. You can all out on super light chains and cassettes bit they'd cost you the earth.. If you want a clean look then possibly a new KCNC bar/ stem combo??? Save a few grams a would look awesome to boot.

    Lastly i would add some pedals, might help your average speed

    All in all a beatifull bike.

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    Thanks Sam. You know, a new derailleur has moved its way up my priority list lately and it's funny that you say XO. I haven't read overwhelmingly good reviews about the XTR Shadow and was figuring a switch to SRAM would be best. The triggers and derailleur has to be installed at the same time though correct?

    1:1 cable pull ratio, blah, blah, blah

    Plus I see tons of people on SRAM lately. I guess I just hadn't been paying attention.
    XO is lighter? More durable? Crisper shifting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedworkaddict
    Thanks Sam. You know, a new derailleur has moved its way up my priority list lately and it's funny that you say XO. I haven't read overwhelmingly good reviews about the XTR Shadow and was figuring a switch to SRAM would be best. The triggers and derailleur has to be installed at the same time though correct?

    1:1 cable pull ratio, blah, blah, blah

    Plus I see tons of people on SRAM lately. I guess I just hadn't been paying attention.
    XO is lighter? More durable? Crisper shifting?
    In the end I reckon its purley a personal choice RE XTR/ X.0. Basically both items are sound products. I am a Sram man. X.0 RD and Gripshifters for me. About the lighest mtb specifc shifting combonation available, unless you have the funds for X.X. I also like the way Gripshift works, feels more natural to me..

    I see you have an LX on your bike at the moment, so yah, if your keen on Sram you'll have to change the derailleur and shifters a the same time, the different pull ratios really suck.

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    Although I have SRAM on both my bikes (Scale and Genius) and like it very much, I personally find the XTR a little smoother and lighter to shift.

    But this is a picture topic, so here is my Scale. A few years old, but still love to drive it.




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    eiri, what crankset/chainring is that in the top photo? Great bike, btw.

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