I got side tracked twice pretty hard during the build project (2011 and 2012) and had to set MTB'ing aside to take care of personal biz. Well I'm glad to say the saga is pretty much over with. I FINALLY got the parts to the LBS on Monday morning and it's pretty much done according to his updates. The brake lines have to be shortened and I'll be good to go. My weight estimation was spot on. From the pic, it's right at 24#. I had him leave the steerer tube a bit long so I can fine tune it then make the final adjustments.
I'm picking her up Monday.
At the shop..
Frame: 2010 FTM small- 2580g total w/ Woodman Deathgrip SL Ti seat clamp
Fork: 2011 Fox 32 F-Series F120 FIT Terralogic- 1746g
Brakes: Shimano M988 XTR Trail- 516g total 250g front, 266g rear (Ti bolt upgrades)
Discs: KCNC Razor- 170g total front 95g (180mm), rear 75g (160mm)
Caliper Adapters: Shimano SM-MA90- 57g total 180mm 32g, 160mm 25g
Shifters: Shimano XTR- 239g total M980 left 112g SL M970A right 127g (Ti bolt upgrades)
Crankset: Middleburn RS7 Duo 170mm 40/27- 538g
BB: Phil Wood Ti w/ alloy shell 113mm and BB cups- 163g
Front Der: Sram XX- 117g (Ti bolt upgrade)
Rear Der: Shimano XTR M972-GS- 180g (Ti bolt upgrade)
Chain: Shimano CN-YM81- 278g
Cassette: Shimano XTR M970 11-34 w/Yumeya YM-CS81 cogs- 229g
Wheelset: ZTR Crest w/ King hubs (1545g from prowheelbuilder)
Tires: Continental X-King 2.4 ProTection- 650g Race King 2.2 ProTection 572g 1222g
Seatpost: Thomson Elite Masterpiece- 179g w/ Ti hardware
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR XC Gel Flow- 177g
Stem: Thomson X4 70mm 0 deg w/ Ti bolts- 144g
Handlebar: Easton EC90 SL- 138g
Grips: ESI Chunky grips 62g
Headset: Chris King mix tapered InSet Griplock- 186g complete with Ti bolt
Skewer: Salsa Stainless rear- 54g
Pedals: Time ATAC XS Titan- 293g
Sealant: Notubes.com- 100g
Shifter cables: Jagwire Ripcord- 76g (2.5 meter length)
Misc: Lizard Skin Jumbo chain stay protector-
Comp: Sigma 16.12 STS- 55g
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