So You are much lighter than me. I'm 90kg and during winter 95kg. Anyway, I broke spoke about 2-3 times a year. All of them snaped at hub. After I replaced spokes in rear wheet to CX Ray, I also noticed higher stiffness of my bike at BB area. So I would not recomend these spokes to any heavier rider.
Maybe with Your weight, they will be OK, but if You want solid and stiff wheels, I recomend you to use CX Ray.
I am thinking about the following solution,
use Sapim CX-ray spokes at the drive side of the rear wheel, and use the super spokes for front and nondrive side, This way there is a marginal weight gain, but the spokes wich have the highest load are the stronger CX-ray's.
I saw this solution passing by sometimes, i never tried it myself, and this might be a nice way to test.
Worse case scenario is that i would have to respoke the wheels with CX-ray's, i don't want to compromise quality so if i will experience same problems that will be the solution.For my budget.
i haven't set a maximum budget. but it will look at what the costs for each gram are.
For example, if i have a Ritchey stem of 70euro 120mm measuring 110 Gram and i can even save on that with replacing bolts for titanium. so lets say we bring the weight down to about 100 grams (maybe a little more) and costs of titanium bolts are let's say 30 euro's. the total costs will be 100 euro's.
Compare that to, for example a mcfk stem of 120mm wich will cost me 350 euro's there is a pricedifference of 250 euro's (i assume mcfk already has titanium bolts, correct me if i am wrong). So every gram i save will cost me 25 euro.
For the crankset, i can get a new, complete hollowgram crankset for around 680euro's (included bearings). I found different weights online, but i think 480Gram's is the correct weight. comparing to the 580 gram's of the sram crankset. is a difference of 100 gram's. and included bearings this will cost me 300 so a price difference of 380 euro's. So each gram will only cost me 3,8 euro. Wich is far more attractive.
Honesty be said, i expected the sram crank to be more expensive, more like campagnolo pricepoint. So i will keep this crank as a backup.
Hollowgram crank if the frame is BB30/PF30...?
Probably will be
For the seatpost, i checked. The weight of 135 gram is for a 31,8mm version not the 27,2, i assume this will be lighter, i asked for the weight, have yet to recieve an awnser. Construction looks the same as the schmolke SL, there is no weight limit. so i assume till 100kg will be fine, i asked to confirm. the price is much lower than these super lightweight brands, so for the savings you will be above 20 euro per gram. so this will be same story as stem.
EDIT: i also think 300mm will be enough, so this will also save a few grams.
I have ridden tufo's, not these and i like the tire's.
Any experience with these tubulars?