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    SB95c stock build weights?

    I'm on track for a new bike this summer and the SB95 is tops on the list. I am looking at the Race build and was wondering what the weight of the stock build might be for a medium frame?

    I know some folks are getting them and others have demo'd already - anyone have an idea what it weights?

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    Great question. I would guess around 28lbs. My Large
    95a weights just a hair under 32. Not sure but I think the carbon
    Frames are around two pounds lighter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellebelle View Post
    Great question. I would guess around 28lbs. My Large
    95a weights just a hair under 32. Not sure but I think the carbon
    Frames are around two pounds lighter?
    I just weighed my completed build with a large alloy frame. It came in at 29.92 pounds.

    I blogged the entire build with photos.

    Sasquatch's 29er

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    SB95c stock build weights?

    Looking for the carbon weights.

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    I have an SB95c with the race build - i.e. all XT.
    I've had it out a half dozen times so far and I love it!
    I only hope some day I'm worthy of it.

    With a Reverb dropper and without pedals it weighs 28.25. The reverb weighs 565 grams replacing the 197 gram mass of the Thomson that came with it so stock subtract 368 grams = 0.81 lbs. Therefore the stock XT configured bike without pedals should be around 27.4 lbs? Hope this helps.

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    Geek...Is that 120 or 140 fork?
    You gotta Get Up to Get Down!

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    I believe all versions of the bike come with the:
    FOX 34 120 KASHIMA 15
    (pasted from/according to Yeti's website?)

    I'm not sure if it has the spacer that can be moved to make it 140 or not?

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    I just thought of something.. not sure how it effects the weight.

    I'm running tubeless.

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    I test rode and weighed a Large SB95c Race and with plastic demo pedals it came in at 28.4 pounds.

    The complete builds from Yeti are sold with the Fox 34 120mm fork ONLY. If we lived abroad they would offer the 140mm as a stock option. Not sure why this is.

    Edit: It's important to note that since Fox has changed their internals, you can't just remove spacers on the Fox 34 120 and bump it out to 140mm. They use a new bumper system and according to Yeti you would need a whole new cartridge kit to bump the OEM fork out to 140.

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    SB95c stock build weights?

    Can't the 120 be spaced to 140? I thought I recall reading that the 34-120 is really a 140 spaced down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trumpus View Post
    Can't the 120 be spaced to 140? I thought I recall reading that the 34-120 is really a 140 spaced down.
    According to Yeti it's not that simple with the new Fox internals. You can no longer just move spacers around, you need a whole new air spring assembly. Not sure what that costs but it's bad news for folks that want a 140 fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonathanM View Post

    Edit: It's important to note that since Fox has changed their internals, you can't just remove spacers on the Fox 34 120 and bump it out to 140mm. They use a new bumper system and according to Yeti you would need a whole new cartridge kit to bump the OEM fork out to 140.
    Crap....I have an SB95c on order and thought I was going to be able to modify the spacers of the 120mm fork to 130mm to balance the bike at 68 degrees. Any clue how much that new cartridge kit is?

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    I'm picking my new SB95c up tomorrow, and when I asked about the 140mm fork, the quote I got back was, "We called Yeti and changed your fork to 140mm."

    That's in Boulder, so it seems like you can get the 140mm. Guess I'll know for sure tomorrow. BTW... I can't wait!!!! (X01 with Thomson dropper)

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    SB95c stock build weights?

    I have a large 95c with Enve AM wheels, Reverb, Xtr cassette, breaks, shifter etc. with single ring up front/ ethirteen chain guide- oh, Talas fork (heavy) and enve bars. Bike is right at 27 lbs. not super light but build is solid. My focus is losing the weight I packed on over the winter

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    OK I just picked up my SB95c, Large, 140mm fork, X01 kit, Candy 3 pedals and Thomson dropper. It was 28 lbs even at the shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter808484 View Post
    OK I just picked up my SB95c, Large, 140mm fork, X01 kit, Candy 3 pedals and Thomson dropper. It was 28 lbs even at the shop.
    And what wheel/tire combo?

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    I just built up the x01 kit came in at 25.8lbs with out the pedals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplemind View Post
    And what wheel/tire combo?
    The standard X01 kit wheels, Stan's Crest, Stan's hubs 2.4, Ardent in front, 2.2(I think) IKON in the rear. Currently with tubes.

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    Large 95c, xx1, pike 150mm, roval carbons tubeless, ks lev, xo trails, sixc bars on Thompson stem, xt pedals and came in just under 28lbs

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    Large 95c....stock X01 Race build....tubeless....27 lbs with xt pedals.

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