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This article is in the Road Bikes category, and was posted on 05/08/2003.

Scott AFD Team Issue '03 (Owner: Nino)

Nino's Scott AFD Team Issue

Frame: '03 Scott USA RC AFD Team Issue, Size M (54 cm) 979 g
Fork: Scott Team Issue Monocoque 1 1/8" 359 g
Headset: Extralite "The Head" 1 1/8" 64 g
Stem: ITM "The Stem" 100 mm, shaved 93 g
Handlebar: Schmolke SL, 40 cm width, reinforced version for aerobars 169 g
Handlebar Tape: Cinelli Cork, incl. end plugs 45 g
Saddle: AX-Lightness Sprint 68 g
Seatpost: USE Alien Aluminium 31.6/210 mm 142 g
Seat Binder: Extralite UltraClamp 13 g
Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace FD-7700-F, tuned with Al bolts , incl. 34.9 mm adapter (16 g) 86 g
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Record 10s 191 g
Shift & Brake Levers: Campagnolo Record Ergopower 9s 345 g
Crank Arms: Storck Power Arms Pro Road 172.5 mm 315 g
Chain Rings: TA Specialites 38/51T., shaved, (25/69 g) 94 g
Chain Ring Bolts: Aluminium 11 g
Crank Fixing Bolts: FRM Aluminium 14 g
Bottom Bracket: FRM Ti w/ 103 mm Ritchey axle 141 g
Cassette: Aluminium 12-23 T. (w/ lockring?) 105 g
Chain: Campagnolo C10 HD 263 g
Brakes: Mavic Ksyrium SSC, tuned with Al bolts 280 g
Wheelset: Standard: FRM SL hubs, American Classic CR350 rims, 28/28 DT Revolution 1.8/1.5/1.8 spokes, Al nipples
or
Aero: American Classic hubs + CR420 rims, 18/24 Sapim CX-Ray spokes, Al nipples
1302 g
or
1371 g
Rim Tape: Ritchey WCS 10 g
Inner Tubes: Continental Supersonic 108 g
Tyres: Continental Grand Prix Supersonic 700x20C 280 g
Skewers: Steel bolt-on axles 65 g
Cables & Housings: Jagwire with Tune Plastic housing 88 g
Pedals: Speedplay X-1 Ti, tuned with B-T-P Aluminium plates 132 g
Bottle Cage: tune Wasserträger incl. Al bolts 9 g

Total:
with Aero wheelset

5771 g
5840 g

Removing the stickers from the CR420 wheelset saved 12 g (came in at 1383 g).
No tubulars since I use my bike everyday and don`t want to hassle with all that glueing and feel more secure with inner tubes.

Pictures of the previous evo (with Dura-Ace rear derailleur and STI) - you can also see the standard wheelset:
Nino's Scott AFD Team Issue



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