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    BMC looks great!!

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    Looks and feels Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerboyj17 View Post
    What seatpost is on that scale?
    Ahh, good eye. This is a 3K naked finish no label post from China. I bought it on ebay. It is the same post as those listed Climax. About $100, but only one guy that I found can get them direct with no labels.

    This is a 34.9mm x 350mm post. Hard to find size for Scott bikes. No adapters and uncut weight is about 135g. Cut down to size of 250mm length. Weight is an amazing 118g.

    I do recommend this post with reservations. The post is best suited for road conditions. The seatpost hardware is M5, not M6. It also has a very small diameter rod that goes through the seatpost. In riding conditions, bouncing on the saddle will ocasionally cause some flex and you can hear a clicking sound, which is the sound of the titanium rod moving around on the carbon post and thus creating the noise.

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    Scott Scale 29er with Carbon Lefty at an insane 16.9 pounds.

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    My 7.18kg 29'er (6.24kg when rigid)

    Frame: Vipera big 8 (chinese something, they use Trigon for their road bikes)
    Fork: Sid WC XX 29"/ Rigid 512g fork on the shelf.
    Headset: FSA/canecreek
    Stem: Extralite ul3 100mm
    Handlebars: Ax-lightness Poseidon 620mm
    Grips: Extralite ultragrips
    Gripshifters: Sec (modded internals + alu bolts)
    Brakes: Formula r1r (tuned with alu bolts), KCNC 160mm on picture, Scrub on the way
    Seatpostclamp: Procraft 34.9mm
    Seatpost/saddle combo: Handmade custom Jure Berk
    Front derailleur: Shimano DA 7900, tuned with alu bolts, Carbon-ti X-pull adapter
    Rear derailleur: Sram XX tuned with Roth Shek Carbon pulleys and alu bolts
    Crankset: Lightning Extralite
    Chainrings: Carbon-ti titanium Integral + Hellore alu. Alu bolts.
    Cassette: Sram XX 11-32
    Chain: KMC x-10 SL
    Cables and wires: Powercordz Prime system
    Hubs: Extralite hyperfront + rear
    Spokes: Sapim CX-ray
    Rims: Stans Crest 29"
    QR: Hitemp42 carbon/titanium
    Tires + tubes. Maxxlite 29 set up tubeless. Racing Ralphs and Rocket Rons on the shelf
    Pedals: Crankbrothers eggbeater 4ti

    [IMG] In alley 1 by Martin.F., on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG] Front of grafitti 2 by Martin.F., on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Can you tell me the weight of this frame?

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    1181 in size M.

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    At 22.93 (10.423 kg).

    Roval front on specialized oem hub, Chinease AM rear on dt 240s, 32 supercomp spokes.
    Masterpiece 27.2 and custom sleeve to 30.9.
    Ec70 bar
    S-work tires
    Kcnc rotors
    Egg beater 4ti
    Titec foam grip
    Xtr cassette
    kmc x10 sl gold chain
    Sram carbon crank
    All ti bolts
    Srl carbonio

    More to come: Ritchey 260 stem, HBC chainring (will take off the spider!)

    mat g

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    Quote Originally Posted by mat g View Post
    At 22.93 (10.423 kg).

    Roval front on specialized oem hub, Chinease AM rear on dt 240s, 32 supercomp spokes.
    Masterpiece 27.2 and custom sleeve to 30.9.
    Ec70 bar
    S-work tires
    Kcnc rotors
    Egg beater 4ti
    Titec foam grip
    Xtr cassette
    kmc x10 sl gold chain
    Sram carbon crank
    All ti bolts
    Srl carbonio

    More to come: Ritchey 260 stem, HBC chainring (will take off the spider!)

    Bike looks a little big for you

    Congats on your bike...
    ENJOY THE RIDE!!!

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    I have a 2011 giant anthem 29 X3... any other build suggestions that I can do to go below 24lbs. Im at 25lb 1oz now.
    I Have:
    XTR Brakes
    Sram XX Cranks and fr & rr derailer
    XX Casette
    Race face carbon bar
    stock rims w/ tubless set up w/ racing ralphs

    waiting for chinese carbon wheel-set to arrive.

    Any suggestions are welcome.

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    allow the flat pedals, not used spds offroad yet

















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    Quote Originally Posted by danridesbikes View Post
    allow the flat pedals, not used spds offroad yet

    What did the weight come in at?
    Last edited by torque29er; 05-30-2012 at 08:56 AM.
    ENJOY THE RIDE!!!

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    You don't need to quote the pictures.

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    19.2lb - not sure where ive hidden the weight

    old XTR rear skewer, Enve bars, XX spider + rings, oh the di2 weight more than XX would

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    Pedals are probably .6lbs heavier than light Eggbeaters. What spokes are those? Which chain is that? And all that electrical tape probably adds some weight.

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    That's what road bikes used to weigh a few years ago!
    Quote Originally Posted by danridesbikes View Post
    19.2lb - not sure where ive hidden the weight

    old XTR rear skewer, Enve bars, XX spider + rings, oh the di2 weight more than XX would

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    About 39 lbs total according to the shops scale. Maybe a little optimistic but not bad.

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    7daysaweek : Sick 29ers , more pics please

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    Sick 29ers. Amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovrix View Post
    7daysaweek : Sick 29ers , more pics please
    Don't have a whole lot but here's a couple.
    My bike:


    My gf's bike:

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    My Air9 converted to SS




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    Post #1360 (Danridesbikes) certainly looks like the money bike! Between Di2, custom anno colors, carbon...well damn near everything, I think I would have to take a loan out against my house for something like that! Looks good though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7daysaweek View Post
    Don't have a whole lot but here's a couple.
    My bike:
    Nice.

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    My Marin Team Titanium 2009

    Attached is my Marin Team Titanium - Not WW as she comes in at just under 10kg but I will be soon swapping the XT for XTR and various other bits so should be around 9.5kg..

    Comments welcome - One of the nicest bikes I have ever ridden..
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    Nice bike,but not weight weenie material.
    What´s up with the handlebar? Shouldn't the bend be facing back and not down?
    Gajas what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nozes View Post
    Nice bike,but not weight weenie material.
    What´s up with the handlebar? Shouldn't the bend be facing back and not down?
    I hate when people do that. The bend should point up towards the shoulders.
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