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    Epic Comp Carbon build up...

    Hereīs my 2013 Epic Comp Carbon, weight 10.4kg / 23lbs as pictured.

    yes, I did change some parts from stock build...


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    I have the comp and i changed everything bar the frame and mine weighs 26pnds,even put full xo/xx drivetrain on it.
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    Epic Comp Carbon build up...

    Are you using the tubular wheelset for day to day riding or do you normally use clincher wheels?

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    For the last two weeks I have used tubular wheels daily. I have only been testing them, ride is awesome, they are so light and smooth. Iīm getting Enve AM - wheelset for my regular wheels and returning those.
    Tubular wheelset weight is 1240gr and AM 1540gr.

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    That's a damn good looking build!
    Tell me more about the cranks. I'm in the market for a new set and have been eyeing up the Rotors. I'm between that and the XX.

    How would you compare tubeless to tubular in the dirt?
    Livin' the dream.

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    Man, that looks great!
    It's 6 pounds lighter than my Epic... :jealous:

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    That is sweet man. Nice ride!

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    Well... I like Q-rings and Rotor cranks are very stiff and light enough. Nothing bad to say about them.

    Wheels are very stiff and very very smooth. I like how tubular steer and rolls over roots. It is a bit more softer and has a very good grip.

    Itīs almost impossible to get snakebite so thatīs very big +.
    After all if you puncture, I dont like to carry spare tubular on my pocket, too big and heavy.

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