Oops, my scale is not consistent. I just used another one that is consistent and it measures 11,1 kg which I think is accurate. Still not too bad for a full sus. Sorry for the confusion
Sounds more accurate!
Just for fun I will write down my specs.
Started with this spec http://www.bmc-switzerland.com/us-en/bi ... st-02-one/
Converted to single absolute black 34t m8000 chainring (58g). Saved about 350g by removing front derailleur, chainrings and shifter.
BMC mfb02 handlebar and lockon grips was 311 + 83g. Switched to Easton ec70 flat bar 720 and lizard skins DSP grips. Sub 200g. Stem 70mm was pretty light at 110g. Ive got a 10mm longer aerozine one (101g with stock ti bolts).
Seatpost 291g was traded for a Aerozine 31,6 x 400 (215g).
Stock wheelset was never even used and traded for a too heavy (6% from claimed weight) boost crest mk3 wheelset from actionsports. I will never buy anything from them again. Was expecting 1510g but they came in at 1590g... Mounted a GX cassette to get 10-42 and a ashima rotor in the rear.
With racing ralph 29x2,25 (641g/652g) and about 90ml of sealant (for racing purpose) its now at 12kg (size Large) spot on with stages power meter, rib cage 2 (34g), garmin mount, XT pedals (343g).
Its a great bike. Didnt want to pay the money for the top one but its pretty "bang for the buck". Frame should be 350g lighter on the top model I think. All the other parts are also lighter of course.