Colnago C59 - TSRD -- New pics on page 6 - 6.79 Kg

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Tricky1
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by Tricky1

A bit of a random question, but where is the serial number located on your C59? (Considering a used 2012 C59). Beautiful build!

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eurperg
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The serial is located on the inside surface of left dropout

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pje0713
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Put a Deda Zero100 Servizio Corse Stem 120mm in black on this past week.

Here's a pic on shore of Lake Michigan, with full set-up.

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Current weight with pedals, garmin sensors, etc... but not the garmin itself is 15 lbs, 7oz.

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The plan is to swap the current look carbon blade ti pedals for xpresso 12s, losing about 30g.

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Then change to a selle italia tekno flow saddle, perhaps shaving a bit more. Still waiting on that (and still waiting on superleggero stem, which might save a few more grams).

All in all it will likely end up right around 15 lbs, 5oz or so.

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pje0713
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Received the Selle Italia Tekno Flow, and it saves ~21 grams over the Kit Carbonio Flow

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Also replaced the speed magnet from Garmin with a Tune pulsar spoke magnet, which saves almost 5 grams. I know it's getting sick.

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Results:

15 lbs, 5 oz.

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I'm still waiting on Superleggero stem, but it will probably be June or later.

Quick pic in the garage (it's raining cats and dogs here):

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I think I'm just about done. I'll post final build list and outdoor pics shortly.

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by SalsaLover

That hole on your saddle is huuuuuuge

Doesn't seem to be enough space to pose your seatbones somewhere over that.
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pje0713
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by pje0713

Updated build list with some more weights
Colnago C59 Italia - TSRD - 54s
Deda Superzero Seatpost (replaced steel bolts with ti bolts) - (187.7g)
Deda Zero100 Servizio Corse 120mm, still waiting on Deda Superleggero Stem
Deda Superleggera Handlebars - 44cm (185g)
Campagnolo Super Record 11 EPS w/ ti compact crank, 50/34-11/25
Enve SES 3.4 Clinchers, DT Aerolite Bladed Spokes, Chris King R45 Ceramic Hubs (1480g)
Schwalbe Ultremo ZX 23mm (199/201g)
Vittoria Ultralite Tubes (86/87g)
Arundel Mandible Bottle Cages w/ KCNC aluminum bottle cage bolts
Deda Elementi Traforato Perforated Handlebar Tape (46.8g)
Extralite Aliens 3 Ti Skewers (55.4g), replacing Enve Titanium Skewers (60.5g)
Time Xpresso 12 Ti Pedals (155.4g), replacing Look Blade Carbon Ti Pedals (187.4g)
Selle Italia SLR Tekno Flow (104.5), replacing Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio Flow Saddle (126.2g)
Mcfk Seatpost Clamp (7.9g), replacing Colnago seatpost clamp (25.2g)

Also added garmin spd/cadence, magnets, etc. since first weigh-in....

All in all, currently at 6.91kg, 15.23lbs, 15lb, 4oz.
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pje0713
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Relevant weigh-in pics for your edification:

Extralite Aliens 3 Skewers (I love these skewers, great clamping strength, easy to use QR, seem great thus far...)

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The replaced Enve Ti Skewers:

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Deda Perforated Bartape:

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One of the Ultremo Tires:

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One of the Vittoria Ultralite inner tubes:

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Colnago Seatpost Clamp:

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Mcfk carbon seatpost clamp:

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pje0713
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Updated pics (sorry for crappy background plants/ground cover and crappy lighting)

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Beautiful.... I like everything, even the background plants.

mpower
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by mpower

Does the frame come with all the EPS battery hardware?

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pje0713
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by pje0713

This is the electronic version of the frame, so it has battery mounts etc. included, but the frame is electronic specific, not campy eps specific, so you have to use campy mounting hardware as well.

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by Marzz

Looks hot man.
Simple & uncluttered build.
I like :mrgreen:
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ronderman
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by ronderman

impressive!!! I've got the same frame, albeit a bit bigger, record mechanical, same deda bar and stem and a regale saddle and with my Cosmic SLR clinchers I'm 2 pounds more than you.

Good job - enjoy the ride.

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Really nice... looks like a nice balanced fit too. Let us know how you like the new saddle. I was thinking of trying one out. I like the Kit Carbonio but the nose on the Teknoflow seems a little more rounded and tapered which I prefer. And that is a very big hole in the middle, but would like to hear your thoughts about how it compares to your Kit Carbonio GelFlow. Thanks.
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