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 Post subject: Scott Foil 20 2013
PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 3:17 pm 
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I already have this Scott for like a 1,5 year and I follow this website for a year and when you think that you found the most beautifull bike of Weightweenies the next week there is a nicer one. I really like your bikes guys so today I like to show me my bike. It's a Scott Foil 20 from 2013 and I got this one after I cracked my Focus Cayo Evo.. I really liked my Focus but damn what do I like this Scott. In the passed 1,5 year I updated the bike and every single component is updated, beside the frameset uhu.. ;)

Here are the specs :
Frame : Scott Foil 20 2013, Size 56
Headset : Ritchey headset with Carbon-Ti Top cap
Stem: Zipp Service Course SL Beyond Black 120mm
Handlebars : Zipp Service Course SL 70 Beyond Black, 42cm
Bartape : Fizik Microtex Superlight Black with Sram Bar plugs
Seatpost : Scott Foil 20 2013, Ritchey Carbon Pro, with Titanium bolt
Saddle: Selle Italia Flite Team Edition, Carbon
Wheels : China Full Carbon 50mm rims with Novatec hubs 11sp
Training Wheels : Fulcrum Racing 3 11sp
Tires : Schwalbe One 23mm (China Wheels) & Continental GP4000s 23mm (Fulcrum R3)
Skewers : XLC Pro SL QR-L04
Crank set : Sram Red 22, 50/34
Bottom Bracket : C-Bear GXP bearings
Pedals : Look Keo 2 Max carbon
Chain : Sram Force 22 -> Red 22 bought already
Cassette : Sram Force 22 11-26
Front Derailleur : Sram Force 22 Yaw
Rear Derailleur : Sram Force 22
Shifters : Sram Force 22
Cables : Sram
Brakes : Sram Red 22
Bottle Cages : Bontrager RL Bottle cages
Computer : Garmin Edge 500 with Sensors and Racewaredirect mount
Extra: Criterium Chip

With the training wheels it weight 6600? gr and with the carbon 6405 gr, all with garming and sensors etc

Edit: weight is 6405 gr, see latest post.

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It's always nice to get some feedback!


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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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great looking machine!

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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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I agree it looks really good! very nice build.

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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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I think it's perfect! Really nice!

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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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Thanks for the positive reactions! It's a mix of budget and quality/looks. And the ride is amazing, responsive and for me a good balance of comfort.


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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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Walking around the Giro pits last May the most stand out bike for me was the OGE Scott Foil and this one is every bit as good! Excellent job, well done. Are those carbon wheels the Farsports 50mm U-shaped clinchers?

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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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Thank you and yes those Foils of OGE and IAM looks amazing! The carbon wheels are old school V shaped because I bought them before the U shape became hot. I have to agree that the U shape rims are really nice. I like to try them but for now they are not on my list.


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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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Hope they are hot cos I ordered a pair about 2 hours ago! LOL!

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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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Haha! You made one hell of a good decision! What kind of hubs?


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Damn nice bike you have Jasper :)

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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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JasperGr wrote:
Haha! You made one hell of a good decision! What kind of hubs?


Paid a few $ more for the lighter Novatec hubs which, whilst not Tune etc, do get pretty good reviews. The wheels won't be used much in the rain so should be ok. I've bought a few Farsports wheelsets now and haven't had any cause for complaint so far. I hope!

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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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Thanks PinaRene! Liam I really like the novatec hubs. Good mind to not to drive in the rain. I did it some times but I had to clean the inside of the hub etc. Have fun with it and I like to get your experience of it when you drove some km or miles.


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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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JasperGR, I think can remove the FD chain catcher - I'm also building up a Foil with the same FD, and it seems like the frame's chain guard would suffice, no?

Mind you I haven't had a chance to get my build out on the road; only trainer rides indoors. The frame chain catcher seems quite good.

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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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Torob yes your right but I had a chain suck a half year ago so I'm a bit scared. Maybe I will remove it because this is WW ;p


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 Post subject: Re: Scott Foil 20 2013
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Today I removed the garmin speedsensor (56 gr) but after it I checked the weight. I was really surprised because the hanger said 6400 gr! I didn't believed it so I checked another object with the hanger and a normal scale but they said the same... After it I did multiple checks and every time it said 6400...

The weight is the complete bike ready to ride with garmin edge 500 and mylaps chip.
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