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    thanks...

    here is few details for you...

    third picture (by buco www.bicy.cz) showing my yeti ready for 24hour road race
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    Bad Robot,

    What cranks are those you are running. Not sure I've ever seen them before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gixer7
    Bad Robot,

    What cranks are those you are running. Not sure I've ever seen them before?

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    Tune...he has a lot of Tune stuff on the bike

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    correct tune is my choice:-)

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    That Bike Is Gorgeaous

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    Ok so this rig is the pig of all pigs in this thread but a light weight by all means in its respective category. However there are some limitations holding me back including the 150mm rear hub and 128mm spindle requirement on bottom brackets(no platinum ti bb for me), and of course the 11x3" rear shock.

    Frame: '05 Foes Fly with Curnutt shock and steel 350spring
    Fork: '08 Boxxer WC(flat crown) Enduro seals, 2.5wt oil in damper, 110psi(Northwest Bike tech built)
    Headset: Race Face Deus
    Stem: Sunline Direct mount
    Bars: Sunline V1
    Grips: Odi Ruffian Lock on
    Shifter: Sram XO(modified shift levers) W/Left hand MatchMaker clamp
    Cable: Yokozuna Jet lubed housing, Shimano sealed 4mm endcaps, Shimano SS derailleur cable
    Derailleur: '05 Sram Xsplat(my der. is old and the XO no longer says XO, it looks like X with a smeered O, we call it Xsplat)
    Chain: KMC K10SL
    Chainring: Race Face Diablous 36t
    Chainguide: Gamut 36T specific
    Cassette: Sram/Ultegra modified casette. It started as a 12-27t Ultegra, I've swapped in the light Sram lock ring, 11t cog, and the lower sram cogs up to 15t as they are lighter than the Shimano.
    Bottom Bracket: Turavativ ISIS Heavy as F***
    Cranks: Bontrager Race Light SS 170mm
    Pedals: CrackNFail from something like '05
    Seat: Bontrager Race X Light(carbon base, slight padding, Hollow Ti rails)
    Seat Post: Bontrager Race X Light ACC
    Clamp: Stock Foes
    Front tire: Kenda Telonix DH casing 2.5
    Rear tire: Tioga Factory DH 2.1R
    Tubes: Ultracycle 2.125 standard tubes
    Wheels: Northwest Bike Tech custom built sub 1950g wheels
    Front Hub: WTB Laser Disc SuperDuty 32h 20mm
    Front Rim: WTB Laser Disc Freeride 32h
    Front Spokes: DT Swiss Aerolite
    Front Nipples: DT Swiss Alloy red anodized
    Rear Hub: WTB LaserDisc Superduty 150mm
    Rear Rim: WTB LaserDisc Freeride 32H
    Rear Spokes: DT Swiss Aerolite
    Rear Nipples: DT Swiss Alloy red anodized
    Brakes: Avid Juicy Carbon
    Front Rotor: Hope 203mm Floating rotor
    Front Rotor bolts: 6 Ti bolts
    Rear Rotor: Avid Somethingorother 160mm
    Rear Rotor bolts: 5 Ti bolts
    Computer: Trek Incite 11i

    Notes: The rear spring is too heavy for me. I'm 6' 150lbs with gear I should be running like a 250spring. I kind of like the stiffer rear suspension. It feels pretty good.

    Upgrade before next season:
    Pedals: Welgo MG1 Ti. I sold my old MG1's with my Orange P7 and need a new pair
    Bashring: Gamut light guard. I've got some sitting in the shop, I'm just not sure on going with black, red or white.
    Chain Ring: Gamut guide ring 36t
    Front tire: I'm really liking the Telonix. However I have a set of WetScreams waiting go to on my bike.
    Tubes: I usually run a 24" standard tube, I'll switch back to those when I get more in stock.
    Bottom Bracket: Either an American Classic Split ring or Fsa Platinum Pro maybe the Ti version.
    Spring: Curnutt 250 Ti spring.
    Stem: Point One Racing
    Headset: I usually have a CrankBro's Direct set. I'm waiting on the warrantied one to come back.
    Grips: Sunline Thin White lock on
    Floating Rod: I'll either remove it or order a Brake Therapy carbon rod.
    Front Axle: Custom machined axle, Not a big fan of the Boxxer axle.
    Stem Cap: I'll switch out my alloy CrankBros for a carbon FSA with alloy bolt when we next order from FSA
    Ti bolts: Ti bolts in the linkage, shock, seat clamp, stem and fork. I'm light and not a hack when I ride. The ti bolts in my rotors, and brakes are holding up great.
    Chainring bolts: Red alloy chainring bolts.
    Brake Lines: Red Goodridge SS lines
    Shifter housing: Nokon Red shift housing with power chords cable.
    Cassette: Shimano DuraAce or XTR cassette

    Custom machine work will be done to the front brake adapter, linkage, and rear brake mount. I have a friend who co-owns a machine shop and we've discussed stress risers and decided that machining sections out of the specidied ares will not cause a significant enough stress riser to cause any issues. Stress analysis says there will be a rise in stress but VERY minimal.

    It's about time for another complete teardown/rebuild on the fork. I got the '08 Boxxer in July of '07 waiting on my M3 to arrive. I've got 2 seasons on it. I'll order new lowers, all seals, and upgrade the oil from the poo Finishline in it. I usually use the Finish line in lower end forks that come in for repair to keep costs down. Upper end forks typically get Buzzy's shock oil, however I only had the FinishLine in 2.5wt so I've been using that without problems. I'll be using Silkolene oil and I'll swap the Speedstack back in too.

    I know I'll get heckled for a dirty bike. I'll say it before ya'll get a chance to give me a bad time. I rode 3 times this week and didn't get a chance to wash it between rides. It's usually spotless, super clean and excessively dialed.

    Current weight: 36.66lbs

    It should drop down close to 35.5lbs with the changes and somewhere close to 34.5 with singleplys and tubeless.






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    22.5 - changing tires to racing ralph 26 x 2.1, scrub components rotors and custom wheelset hoping to lose another pound or so.

    Last edited by IDAL305; 12-19-2008 at 02:56 PM.

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    How much does the AS-RC weigh?

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    -Kevin[/quote]

    Rear hub spacing is no excuse, now that tune makes a 150mm rear hub at 250grams, and it will only cost you $650 I see potencial, post it back up when its down to 32lbs.

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    IDAL305 = the Yeti AS-RC build is awesome, can we get more pictures please.

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    Whats with the invasion of the DH bikes? Do they belong in the WW forum?

    I guess if they want to loose weight, then each to their own!
    Mint condition Marzocchi 66RC for sale (170mm) pm to make an offer!

    Ride in Japan? Come to the Forums!

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    More Pics please!!

    Frame weight?

    Quote Originally Posted by IDAL305
    22.5 - changing tires to racing ralph 26 x 2.1, scrub components rotors and custom wheelset hoping to lose another pound or so.


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    2007 Large Spark 30

    22.8lbs
    Rear Derailleur: XTR
    Front Derailleur: XT
    Shifters: XTR
    Chain: XTR
    Cassette: XT
    Cranks: XT
    Bar: Richey WCS Carbon
    Seatpost: Richey WCS Carbon
    Fork: Reba SL
    Brakes: Hayes Stroker Trail
    Wheels: Notubes Olympic ZTR, WTB Laserdisc Lite Hubs, DT Competition Spokes w/Yellow Tape and Stans Sealant
    Tires: Continental Speed King Supersonic
    Pedals: Crank Brothers Eggbeaters Original
    Stem: Scott Brand Sock
    Skewers: Zipp
    Last edited by CupOfJava; 01-15-2009 at 11:13 AM.

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    can I join you guys with my poor man's version of a lightweight SS bike?


    this just reminds me of ricky bobby

    Nice bike there son, is that a huffy
    "If women don't find handsome , they should at least find you handy."-Red Green

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    nice Spark CupOfJava and reasonable build bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zedi
    More Pics please!!

    Frame weight?
    My med ASR-C frame W/ BB BEARINGS & SEAT CLAMP weighed 5.1 lb. Take 1/2 lb out for the seat post and BB bearings and I would estimate a comparable frame weight of 4.6 lb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDAL305
    22.5 - changing tires to racing ralph 26 x 2.1, scrub components rotors and custom wheelset hoping to lose another pound or so.


    nice bike except mavic crossmax ....

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    Fast bike. :-)


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    wow, you could probably cut a pound by trimming your brake hose. but it looks sweet other than that.

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    I know... Lazyness. Hopefully trimming the brake lines will help getting it under 10kg. 10.12kg on pic...

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    Shes a dirty girl



    2008 scott spark 20

    I9 ultralites
    KcNC skewers
    Kcnc jockey wheels
    RaceKing 2.2 supersonics
    Sram Pc991 chain
    EggBeater 3Ti's

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    ^ ^ ^ Approve!!

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    Scott scale RC 2009





    SID Team 2009 Disc 100
    Hope mono new mini 2008
    Shimano XTR FD-M970 E-type
    SRAM X0 mid cage 2009
    Shimano XTR FC-M970
    Cranckbrothers SL
    Hope ProII, ZTR Olymp, DT Rev
    Carbon-ti
    Geax barro mountain perf 2.1
    Stans yellow tape, NoTubes

    9kg

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    nice looking scott but you can make it a lot lighter

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergio_pt
    nice looking scott but you can make it a lot lighter
    I know it can be made a lot lighter. If I should just put on some lighter tires (e.g. Rocket Ron) I would gain 350g comparing to these Geax tires.
    And so on...

    But hey, the bike is used also

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