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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:45 pm 
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Location: Greater Pittsburgh
Parlee Z5 M/T, frame 865 grams (considering that it's painted white with blue accents and carbon panels, I think that's pretty darn decent!), the fork (uncut) weighs 365gr
Parlee F/D clamp 8gr and Ti clamp bolt 3gr.
Campy Record (10-spd) shifters 326gr, R/D 186 gr, F/D 71gr
Rotor 3D Quarq with 50/36 Q-rings
Stans Alpha 340 laces with CX-Ray to Alchemy Elf/Orc
Campy Record 12-25 cassette
Zero Gravity brakes
Rotor SX stem 121 gr, or 3T Arx Team 130 gr (the 3T is slightly longer, and I might need that)
3T Ergonova Team handlebars, 186 gr
Prologo Scratch saddle, 187 gr
New Ultimate Carbon seatpost

Still need:
Parlee PF30 to Shimano cups
Cables/housing (thinking Alligator iLink cables...)

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:03 pm 
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Changed my mind completely regarding the stem... Need just a smidgen more drop, so I went with an Easton EC90SL. A bit heavier than expected at 127gr, but still not bad.

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