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    Stumpy FSR frame weights

    Does any one know th weight of the Stumpjumber FSR frame weights.

    I am looking at an S-Works aluminum frame or a regular FSR 120

    I am trying to find out the difference in the weight of the frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toytech64
    Does any one know th weight of the Stumpjumber FSR frame weights.

    I am looking at an S-Works aluminum frame or a regular FSR 120

    I am trying to find out the difference in the weight of the frames.

    Thanks
    my medium 05 s-works is 2488g without the chain stay protector on.

    Stu
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    my medium 06 FSR frame

    was almost spot on 6 lbs...approx 2730 gr. The total build is almost done. Nothing real hi end, XT crank, FD, cass, Sram x9 rear derauiller & shifters, avid speed dial levers, Avid mechanicals, Fox Vanilla fork, king, Spec bar and seat post, Thomson stem, Ritchey seat and bar ends. Nice light x317/Hugi wheelset

    I imagine a mid 27lb, maybe light 28 lb build. Here's hoping...

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    Quote Originally Posted by magdaddy
    was almost spot on 6 lbs...approx 2730 gr. The total build is almost done. Nothing real hi end, XT crank, FD, cass, Sram x9 rear derauiller & shifters, avid speed dial levers, Avid mechanicals, Fox Vanilla fork, king, Spec bar and seat post, Thomson stem, Ritchey seat and bar ends. Nice light x317/Hugi wheelset

    I imagine a mid 27lb, maybe light 28 lb build. Here's hoping...
    You should be able to get that weight ok. Mine is 25.5lb with a bit of mud and the spesh ducktail mudgard.

    Stu.
    What exactly is a rigid hard tail?

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    Mine is 26.9lb:

    SJ 120 Expert 2005 size L
    Juicy 7 brakes, 7" front, 6" rear
    Fox Talas RL / Fox Septune
    XT hollowtech II cranks
    T.A. Specialites chainrings
    PD-M540 pedals
    XC717 / DT 240s / DT Comp wheelset
    Salsa skewers
    Michelin C4 latex tubes
    NBX 2.3" folding tyres, 650g
    XT cassette
    XT chain
    X.9 rear der., X9 triggers
    LX front der.
    S-Works carbon riser
    Stock Specialized grips
    Thomson setback & Thomson X4 stem
    Selle SLR 135g
    Specialized mudflap
    Sigma computer

    It would be easy to drop a full pound with lighter tires and eggbeaters...

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    My medium size is 11.4 kg (about 25.5 lbs) with Conti Supersonic and a mix of stock and "budget light" replacement parts. It's great for racing marathon-like events. The only drawback is that if there's a lot of DH singletrack, you cannot use it to it's full potential. When the path is free, however, it is riduculosly fast!

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    My 120 stumpy sworks is 26.40 lbs

    Exactly 12 kgs.

    Sworks 120 medium
    Chris King headset
    Specailized oversized carbon straight bar
    body geometry grips
    XTR Sti mechanical brakes
    XTR cables & cable housings
    Fox Talas RL
    Thomson OS stem 100 mm
    Thomson Seatpost (cut)
    Specailized Alias Saddle
    XTR crankset
    Crank bros eggbeaters
    XT cogset 12-32
    XTR shrt cage rear derailler
    XTR FD
    Mavic Crossmax XL
    Kenda Nevegals w/ stan's no flat

    Can still shave off a pound if I change my saddle to the Rival SL's, replace my seatpost clamp to salsa QR clamp, replace my wheelset to Crossmax SL's and replace my grips to specailized enduro grips.

    This is the plan will update when i've made the changes.

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