Here is my open mold build, with a nod to being budget friendly and saving weight where I can.
That's frame with plastic liners for running cables and rear hanger included. I was pretty impressed with the weight.
Uncut fork; unfortunately forgot to weigh it after it was trimmed
Here is what it looks now, a little dusty as I detoured onto a rail trail couple days ago during a ride
Frameset: HongFu FM069SL 56 BSA
Tires: GP4000S on the front, Grand Prix on the back; both 25mm
Tubes: Vredestein latex, also running veloplugs
Wheels: Campagnolo Khamsin
Skewers: KCNC Ti
Crankset: Campagnolo Record 175, standard
Pedals: Time Xpresso 2
BB: Campagnolo Record
Cassette: Campagnolo Veloce 13-26
Chain: KMC 10L
Front Dérailleur: Campagnolo Veloce
Rear Dérailleur: Campagnolo Veloce
Brakes: Ciamillo Zero Gravity
Seatpost clamp: J&L Titanium
Saddle: San Marco Regale Xsilite rails
Stem: Deda zero100 130mm
Top cap and bolt: Fibrelyte
Bars: Hylix 420mm
Shifters: Campagnolo Veloce
You might be thinking why Veloce? I've been on Shimano since I started cycling 4 years ago. After a 5 month hiatus this winter without a road bike, I decided to try Campagnolo. Buget was top priority at the time so Veloce it was, especially since the cost of Chorus cassettes kind of made me cringe. Almost 2000mi later on Campy and I'm really in love. Next upgrade will be to full record 11 and some 38mm tubulars from Farsports. I think for a budget build (all in, under $1500 I believe), this is a respectable weight.