Orbea Scape build - 9.4kg/20.73lb
Orbea Scape 18"
Bottle Cage Bolts: Nylon (4) 1
Bottom Bracket: see crankset 0
Rear Brakes: Formula Oro Puro 160mm 376
Front Brakes: Formula Oro Puro 160mm 358
Cables: see shifters 0
Cassette: Shimano XT 11-32 w/XTR alloy lockring 254
Chain Guard: Inner tube + tape 17
Chain: Sram PC990 hollow pin 274
Crankset: Race Face Deus 175mm 844
Derlr (Front) Shimano XT w/ Ti cable and clamp bolts 121
Derlr (Rear) Shimano XTR long cage w/ Ti bolts 234
Fork: Fox F100RLT 1620
Frame: Orbea Scape '06 - 18" 1350
Grips: Ritchey WCS w/ plugs 47
Handlebar: Easton EC90 Monkeylite SL CNT low-rise 135
Headset: FSA Orbit ZR 124
Headset Cap/Bolt: Syntace & Ti bolt 12
Headset Spacer: FSA carbon 20mm 8
Pedals: Crank Bros 4ti 170
Quick Releases: Salsa Suspension flip-offs 93
Seat Binder: Hope w/ Ti bolt 18
Seat: Tioga Spyder 144
Seatpost: Thomson Masterpiece setback w/ Ti bolts 187
Shifters: Shimano XT w/ Ti clamp bolts 224
Stem: Syntace F99 105mm w/ Ti bolts 97
Tire (Front) Kenda Blue Groove stick-E 2.1 616
Tire (Rear): Kenda Karma DTC 2.0 429
Tubes: Stans 100
--Rims: Stans Olympic disc 32h w/ rimstrip & valve 792
--Spokes: DT SuperComps 64pcs 321
--Nipples: DT alloy (gold ano) 21
--Front Hub: DT 240s IS disc 147
--Rear Hub: DT 240s IS disc 268
Misc Option: grease, loctite, air, zip tie 3
Last edited by Jersey; 10-23-2006 at 12:38 AM.
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Wow - That build is just awesome and it looks it too!
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Nice looking bike and nice job of specs. Not the lightest HT even with disc, but a nice weight. The fork is a PIG though .
But at least it's a sweet, stiff fork.
Like my ride4, that's built to handle some abuse and be durable. Man, If I had you wheels, I be below the 19lb mark and durable....
Just get some lighter QRs or go bolt-on, get a XTR cassette to save a few extra grams and a Extralire ScalHead. Oh a KMC chain too.
After that, I would touch a thing. Just minor things that could save a few grams and still keep it durable. Only thing maybe to skip it the Extralite HS as it's not cheap, but you save around 50g.
Again, NICE job.
Last edited by DIRT BOY; 10-23-2006 at 06:03 AM.
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That Tioga saddle didn't last too long under my 130 pound butt. I cracked one of the webs and haven't trusted it since.
I loved it while it lasted.
yeah...the one in the picture lasted about 20 rides before i pretzeled one of the rails. granted, i had it back a little too far. anyway tioga did a quick warranty replacement and im still VERY happy with it. the warrantied one i got was 4g heavier though
Originally Posted by teamdicky