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    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
    Wheelset:
    --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

    TOTALS:
    grams: 9405
    pounds: 20.73
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    Last edited by Jersey; 10-22-2006 at 11:38 PM.

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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.
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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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    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

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