Specialized S-Works Epic 2010 v2.0 - 8468,2g

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AyJay
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by AyJay

Hi,

I would like to show my 2011 build. I will change XX spider to lighter and selfmade. On photos there is no R1/SRAM matchmakers. What do you think ?

Bottle Cage: S-Works Carbon Rib Cage (23,1g) with Extra Bolt 12 Red (1,8g) 24,7g
Bottom Bracket: OSBB Bottom Bracket 66,8g
Bar Ends: Extralite Cyber Ends Black with Alu Red Bolts 38g
Brake (Front): Formula R1 Red Carbon Lever with Kool Stop Pads 166,2g
Brake Disc (Front): Hope Floating Rotor Race Edition X2 160mm 85g
Brake (Rear): Formula R1 Red Carbon Lever with Kool Stop Pads 186,7g
Brake Disc (Rear): Hope Floating Rotor Race Edition X2 140mm 64,6g
Brake Bolts: 4xM6x18 Ti, 4x M6 Alu Driled Washer 19,8g
Brake Adapter: Eliflap Carbon-Alu Adapter 140mm 8,7g
Brake Disc Bolts: 6xTi T25x8 & 6x Dartmoor Alu Red (12,2g) + 12x Alu Red Washer (1,7g) 13,9g
Clamps: Formula R1/Sram Matchmaker 22,9g
Cables: Alligator i-Link Black + Power Cords & iLink Teflon Cable & Gore Ride-On Grub Seal 88,4g
Cassette: Sram XX 11-36 with Extralite lock ring 207,6g
Chain: KMC X10SL with Missing Link 232,1g
Crankset: 545,5g
-Chainring bolts: Carbon Ti Red Bolts (9,1g)
-Crank Arms: Specialized S-Works FACT OS 2011 (376g) 180mm with main steel bolt (26,8g)
-Inner chainring: FRM X-Glide 27T 80mm (25,5g)
-Outer chainrign: Specialites TA Cross 40T 120mm (59,4g)
-Spider: Truvativ 120/80 Spider (80,6g)
Derl (Front): Dura Ace FD-7900 bolt-on (60,1g) + Power Cords Washer 88,9g
-Adapter: S1 Road Derl Adapter, black anodised custom made (23g)
-Misc: Carbon Chain Deflector (2,9g) + Extra Bolt 12 Red (1,8g) + Alu Washers Red (1g)
Derl (Rear): SRAM XX Medium Cage with AFCbike Pulleys 11t + 10t + alu bolts 166,7g
Fork: Specialized Future Shock E100 Red 2010, 21.85cm Steertube 1434,9g
Fork ekspander: Extralite UltraStar 2 7,1g
Frame: Specialized S-Works Epic Carbon 2010 size L (2205,1g) with frame stuff (7,6g) 2212,7g
Frame Misc: Transparent Foil (19,2g) + Chain protector (16,3g) 35,5g
Grips: Bontrager Race X Light 15,5g
Handlebar: Schmolke Carbon SL 6° 31,8x600mm 107,9g
Headset: Extralite IntegrHead 1-1/8" (17,2g) + Cane Creek 1 1/2" (31,3g) 48,5g
Pedals: Crank Brothers Egg Beater 2Ti tuned 142g
-Spindle: Ward Ti Extra Short Axle
-Springs: Tehan Titanium Springs
-Sleeves: Plastic custom made
-Misc: Plastic End Caps, Ti Nuts
Seat: Smud-Carbon.eu 2k 65,4g
Seatpost: Masterpiece 30,9x350 custom 150,2g
-Clamp: Carbon Cradle (9g) + black titanium bolts with alu washers (7,5g) + MACK yokes (15,2g)
Seatpost clamp: MCKF Carbon 36,9 Clamp 15mm Red custom anodised, 7,3g
Shifters: Sram XX Trigger Shifter 2x10 with bolts 166,4g
Skewers: Tune Skyline MTB Black, custom rear axle, cut 25,9g
Spacers: Soul Kozak Spacer 10mm 2,8g
Stem: Extralite Ultrastem OC 120mm 98,5g
Tire (Front): Continental X-King 2,4 Race Sport 572,8g
Tire (Rear): Continental X-King 2,4 Protection 629,8g
Tire stuff: NoTubes Sealant & Air (116,6g + 115,7g) + NoTubes stuff (12,8g + 12,6g) 257,7g
Top Cap: Soul Kozak Top Cap SE 4,2g
Wheel Front: 592,1g
-Hub: Extralite HyperFront 28h 79,3g
-Rim: Reynolds MTN C 2009 28h 382,9g
-Spokes: Sapim CX-Ray 250mm & 268mm 119,2g
-Nipples: Alu internal nipple for carbon rims 10,7g
Wheel Rear: 683,5g
-Hub: Extralite HyperRear 28h 168,5g
-Rim: Reynolds MTN C 2009 28h 382,9g
-Spokes: Sapim CX-Ray 268mm 121,1g
-Nipples: Alu internal nipple for carbon rims 10,8g

Overal: 9287,2g

Tire (Front): Maxxis Maxxlite 285 282,1g
Tire (Rear): Maxxis Maxxlite 285 283,8g
Tire stuff: NoTubes Sealant & Air (50g) + NoTubes stuff (12,8g + 12,6g) 75,4g

Overal: 8468,2g - this version will be on photos later

Photos:

https://picasaweb.google.com/AyJay69/SWorksEpic2010V202011?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCOLpkOuji5GkwQE&feat=directlink

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by tonytourist

That is one bad ass Epic! :thumbup:
Your dmd to braze on adapter is cool! 8)

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by barney96

You should post a pic up with the maxxis tyres on, the contis paired with the Reynolds rims look like big balloons!!! To me 2.4 tyres don't look right on a xc bike like yours...

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AyJay
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by AyJay

When I will make changes with spider and some crank painting I will change tires to 285. The real width is closer to 2,25 (57-58mm) then to 2,4; but they are little higher than 2,25 :) comfy and really fast !

My last built looked like this:

https://picasaweb.google.com/1184246786 ... ksEpic2010
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by kgt

NICEEEE ! :beerchug:

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by cerro

Nice but change that seatpost! Why using a heavy Thomson when the bike is so light?
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by kgt

+ 1

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AyJay
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by AyJay

The only lighter seatpost with setback and longer than 350mm is MCFK... but tuned Thomson is bomb-proof ! I will think about it, thanks.
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JamesHolden
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by JamesHolden

I think the Enve would look great with a nice weight, bomb proof and pretty much the same matte carbon finnish as the frame.

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by CGT

But Enve would be heavier.

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AyJay
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by AyJay

Enve looks fantastic but is heavier... If I will ever change seatpost, it only be MCFK in matte UD :)

For now I'm focused on my 29er project - 1x10 with rigid fork, 66xx g (even lower to 62xx g if I will have $$).
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by Miller76

What I like even more than the bike (and it's a mighty fine bike) is the minute attention to detail in the build component list... What attention to detail!!!!!

I do however think that those gorgeous rims are crying out to be photographed in some skinnier rubber......

Great bike, congrats!!!!!!

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by Donny70

I'm loving those rims. The remind me somewhat of the old HED rims, bloody nice anyway!!

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AyJay
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by AyJay

Some, update:

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How do you like it ?

Selfmade alu 7075-T6.
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by Lateralus

Not at all, sorry. Polished metal looks ugly at this bike. And why dont u use FRM chainrings?

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