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PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2005 12:18 am 
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Bar Ends: Woodman chupa carbon 72
Bottle Cage: tune wassertrager 8
Bottom Bracket: incl crankset 0
Brake Levers: Extralite ultralevers 63
Rear Brakes: avid sd 7 with alu bolts 168
Front Brakes: avid sd7 with alu bolts 167
Cables: Nokon/clarks 106
Cassette: Shimano deore xt/ 260
Chain: sram pc 99 hollowpin 106 links 268
Crankset: Shimano xt hollowtech II 849
--Arms: Shimano xt hollowtech II 0
--Crank Bolts: none 0
--Ring bolts: Shimano xt 0
--Outer Ring: Ta Specialites Chinook 44 T 0
--Middle Ring: Stronglight Comp 34T 0
--Inner Ring: Shimano deore xt 22 T 0
Derlr (Front) shimano deore lx 129
Derlr (Rear) Shimano xtr m960 rapid rise 200
Fork: Rock shox sid race cut 170, out rebound adjuster 1240
Frame: orbea scape scandium 18" steel pivots 1366
Grips: monty foam cut for sram 10
Handlebar: Fsa k-force lite 600 mm 132
Headset: aheadset by cane creek bell bearings. 73
Headset Cap/Bolt: incl headset 0
Headset Spacer: carbon woodman 10 mm 8
Pedals: exustar ti p25m 210
Quick Releases: tune ac 16+17 54
Seat Binder: orbea generic 18
Seat: ax lightness sprint 70
Seatpost: Tune starkes stuck 27.2 cut at 350 mm 207
Shifters: Sram rocket shorty with X0 rubbers 161
Stem: syntace f99 ti bolts 120 mm 104
Tire (Front) Maxxis Maxxlite 310 303
Tire (Rear): Maxxis Maxxlite 310 309
Tubes: Sin camaras tubelles kit/valves+rim strip+40 ml 106
Wheelset: Miki made foot.total 1230)
--Rims: Stan-notubes ztr 355 28h 699
--Spokes: Sapim cx ray black 243
--Nipples: Sapim polyax Red 14 mm 20
--Front Hub: Tune mig 70 red ano 75
--Rear Hub: Tune mag 190 al red ano 193


TOTALS: 7891 gr

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WOW :oops: :roll:

Very impressive ride. I really like the colour scheme.
If you want to shed some more weight, you might want to use a DA or record frontmech.

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Not sure if you after suggestions, but you'll get some from me just in case... :wink:

Suggestions are only meant to be helpful. You already have a great bike...!

strange mixture of top end mtb kit with the following sticking out...


Chain
KMC X-10 would shave off 20g

XT Cranket
upgrade to Extralite, Power arms or Middleburn?

LX front mech
upgrade to DA? or if your feeling flush campag?

XTR rear mech
DA7800 is 20g lighter. Only usable if you go down the 12-27 roadie cassette route.



FSA bar
Upgrade to Schmolke or Easton carbon bar?

Seat binder
Extralite would shave off 5g

Seatpost
USE alien? or a host of others around the 150g mark

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Chain
KMC X-10 would shave off 20g yes, this is my next chain

XT Cranket
upgrade to Extralite, Power arms or Middleburn?
ummm exralite e-bones w
LX front mech
upgrade to DA? or if your feeling flush campag?
xtr 2000 year, my frame is top pull....
XTR rear mech
DA7800 is 20g lighter. Only usable if you go down the 12-27 roadie cassette route.
sorry, for races i need a 32 t..because i use a xtr ....



FSA bar
Upgrade to Schmolke or Easton carbon bar? easton or ultrabar ul

Seat binder
Extralite would shave off 5g my seat binder is 28.6.extralite hasnt got.[b]

Seatpost
USE alien? or a host of others around the 150g mark[b]mmm new ultimate


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Very nice bike!!! congratulations. Nice wheels and seat.

Change the grips and you´re done.

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I love the bike! Nice build, and very slick looking. Red is really the best color for a bike. I mean, who wants a blue bike as a kid?

How do you like the nokon cables/extralite levers?


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verry nice bike, I like the overall look and colorwork!
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Adamgsmed wrote:
I love the bike! Nice build, and very slick looking. Red is really the best color for a bike. I mean, who wants a blue bike as a kid?


depends whether you are a kid or not...

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and price?

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I love the drop-outs of the Orbea-frames. :D
To me the red would look better in mate rather than in gloss, but that depends on personal preferences.
Very good build! 8)


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Mumi wrote:
and price?

+- 3000 €


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crazy_weight,

is that disk version of Notubes rims that you are using with V-brakes? What type of brake pads are you using with that combo? After one year can you compare it with standard V-brake rims (performance in wet/dry conditions...is there significant difference in stopping power...etc.)?


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Is it brand new or have you tried it? I'm curious about your ax seat - how does it feel? flexy, hard... or just good? :-)

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Mads, did you try V-brakes with ZTR 355 DISC :?: :!: Just curious :roll:


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hey Boys!
Now, I´m ride a Giant Xtc...
MAds, Ax seat is perfect, flex, yes but its confortable....
Rims are Notubes 355 for V brakes.....


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