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kubad
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Specification:

Bottle cages: Tune Uni: 14g
Brakes: Hope Mono Mini 180/160mm: 427g + 387g
Goodridge hose, carbon levers
Cables: Nokon: 74g
Cassette: Shimano XTR 12-34: 242g
Cranks Set: Race Face Deus - 180mm: 809g
Chain: KMC X9SL: 242g
DF: Shimano XTR FD-M952: 109g
DR: Shimano XTR RD-M952SGS: 225g
Frame: Niner M.C.R. 9 "L": 2153g
Fork: Niner: 1037g
Grips: Foam 22g
Headset: Chris King - Pewter: 102g + 24g FRM expander
Handle Bars: Syntace Duraflite carbon 60cm: 151g
Pedals: Look Quartz carbon: 249g
Saddle: Tune SpeedNedle Marathon: 106g
Seat Post: Syntace P6 carbon 27,2 - 410mm: 228g
Seat Clamp: 18g
Stem: Syntace F119 110mm Ti screw: 141g
Shifters: Shimano XTR: 250g
Skewers: Tune: 54g
Wheels B :
Front: DTSwiss 240 + Mavic TN719 + DT SuperComp: 844g
Rear: TSwiss 240 + Mavic TN719 + DT SuperComp: 965g
Tires: Maxis Ignitor 2,1": 675g + 668g
Tubes: 187+189g
Wheels A - in process:
Front: Chris King Iso Disc Pewter + NoTubes ZTR355 29" + DT Revolution
Rear: Chris King Iso Disc Pewter + NoTubes ZTR355 29" + DT Revolution
Tires: NoTubes The Raven

Plan sub 10kg.
Currently with B Whels 10.6kg
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by RollinOn27s

If light weight is what you're after, I'd re-lace the Mavic rims to the Kings, and lace the 355s to the 240s.

Because right now you have a set of light hubs with heavier rims, and a set of heavier hubs with light rims.

So instead of having a set of light race wheels and a set of all-day, ride anywhere wheels, you have two sets of medium weight wheels.

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RollinOn27s wrote:If light weight is what you're after, I'd re-lace the Mavic rims to the Kings, and lace the 355s to the 240s.

Because right now you have a set of light hubs with heavier rims, and a set of heavier hubs with light rims.

So instead of having a set of light race wheels and a set of all-day, ride anywhere wheels, you have two sets of medium weight wheels.


When ist the A whellset complet i sell the B set :-)

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kubad wrote:
RollinOn27s wrote:If light weight is what you're after, I'd re-lace the Mavic rims to the Kings, and lace the 355s to the 240s.

Because right now you have a set of light hubs with heavier rims, and a set of heavier hubs with light rims.

So instead of having a set of light race wheels and a set of all-day, ride anywhere wheels, you have two sets of medium weight wheels.


When ist the A whellset complet i sell the B set :-)


Ah, I see. That makes sense, then.

I'd get something with larger volume than the Crow for the front, but that's just my opinion.

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Ups
I use The Raven pneu not the Crow :-)

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nicee....those niners are bad ass...
green jacket, gold jacket...who gives a sh*t

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by Juanmoretime

Sweet 29er! I prefer the single gear route but I did make a compromise and add a suspension fork to my 29er. Hope do you like the Hope brakes? I"m running BB7 with Alligator I-Link housing and cables with Avid Ultimate levers. They work great but I know I could go lighter.
RESIDENT GRUMPY OLD MAN.

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So, why did you put 26" wheels in your bike for all the pictures except the first two?

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Are those aluminum bolts in the stem?

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MSC Koncept Carbon Di2 - 6955g
Leichtkraft Team Carbon - 6868g.

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krzysiekmz wrote:Are those aluminum bolts in the stem?

Chris.


No Ti

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JK wrote:So, why did you put 26" wheels in your bike for all the pictures except the first two?


correct :-) 26" whels from exchange the rim

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That's cool. Please tell me where you got them in red color?

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updatet specifications :lol:

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Did you get those ZTR Race Decals i sent you??

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