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    tomac revolver ti (22.9 lbs)

    just finished to build it up.
    I bought the frame in ebay (it was a backup bike for the RLX team in 2004, and has jermey kobelsky's name on it), I tried to build it light but strong (I'm riding hard trails), spec:

    M/L revolver ti 2004, SKF bearings
    sid wc, lockout
    crossmax sl disc, SKF bearings in front
    panaracer trail blaster 1.95 ust
    deus crankset
    marta sl
    thomson masterpiece
    titus ti stem+bars combo
    xtr FD
    x-o long cage RD
    x-o triggers
    king ti HS
    Fizik aliante carbon rails
    egg beater 4ti
    king ti bottle cage
    extralite barends
    nokon cables
    ird seatpost clamp
    xtr cassette
    titec pork grips
    chain sram pc-991

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    are titus still building ti stems?

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    I don't think so

    it's a stem+bars combo, I bought it (used) in ebay; I think it's 2004 or older.

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    Lovely bike Some very nice spec choices and a well rounded build!


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    Real nice! One of the best-looking rides here.

    I use some of those parts, including Aliante (have some Titus bar ends, also). Everyone is different, but I find that with that Kevlar sling-type saddle, I want to lay out it more horizontal or I end up on the nose.

    But wow.

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    thanks.

    I like the current angle of the seat; I'm spending a lot of time on its nose (while climbing), and I found it better when the seat isn't horizontal.

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