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    2005 Scalpel 1000 question?

    I was just wondering what the weight is for this bike? Is it light or heavy? It's gotta to be lighter then my Jekyll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero
    I was just wondering what the weight is for this bike? Is it light or heavy? It's gotta to be lighter then my Jekyll.
    Hi Subzero,

    The weight of my Scalpel 1000 (2005) size M no lefty in Europe!!! = 10.8 KG after the upgrade with: Sram X.O / Magura marta SL / Mavic crossmax SL /FSA carbon handlebar, barends, seatpost, Crankset / fastfred 2.0 UST / Fizik Pave titan.
    The weight of the stock 1000 must be 0.5/0.7 KG more + the extra weight for the lefty (0.3KG)if you got the US model.
    Is the Prophet with 11.6Kg not a beter option for you ??? thats lighter than your Jekyll and more a allround bike too.
    Or are you a XC racer ??

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    No reason to get a Prophet when I already own a Jekyll for my all around mountain bike riding. I do race and will be racing the Scalpel this upcoming season. I'll still take the Scalpel out on nice short XC rides. For the long rides I will be riding my Jekyll.

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    Scalpel 2000--Large, 05 21lb-5oz w/ speedplay pedals

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    24 lb 5 oz

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    confusion

    Quote Originally Posted by subzero
    No reason to get a Prophet when I already own a Jekyll for my all around mountain bike riding. I do race and will be racing the Scalpel this upcoming season. I'll still take the Scalpel out on nice short XC rides. For the long rides I will be riding my Jekyll.
    Sorry, I though you were planning to exchange your Jekyll for something new.
    I also use my Scalpel for XC racing and short XC rides.
    The last two years I have own a Jekyll1000 (2003) to (nice bike) . Last month I did exchanged it for a Prophet (Very nice bike) on which a ride the most of the time.

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    Hai DD, which Prophet do you have . Is it also the glossy finisch, or plain silver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MijnNewt
    Hai DD, which Prophet do you have . Is it also the glossy finisch, or plain silver?
    Same as mine.

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    OK cool. I thought it was the silver. what light can do with a picture.
    Saterday I am gonna order a 4000

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    Quote Originally Posted by MijnNewt
    OK cool. I thought it was the silver. what light can do with a picture.
    Saterday I am gonna order a 4000
    Sweet!

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