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 Post subject: S-Works Ducati 6.88 kg
PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2013 11:54 am 
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The Spirit of Ducati Panigale 1199, is now assembled.

Build list :

Frame : 2003 S-Works M5 Hardtail 21" incl. ti-brake bosses, rear hanger, heli-tape protect, bb-cable guide,
nylon bolts.. 1615 gr.
Rear Wheel : 2011 Mavic CrossMax SLR V-Brake 831 gr.
Front Wheel : 2005 Mavic CrossMax SL V-Brake 649 gr.
Brakes : 2004 Magura Olympia HS33 Max tuned, w. even shorter hoses(cut) 705 gr.
Forks : 2008 Ritchey WCS Carbon incl. thick Crown Race(5mm ti), ti bosses, and nut 483 gr.
Cranks : 2005 Extralite E-Bones W 172.5mm incl BB and spacers 508 gr.
Chain Ring : Extralite 44t, fitted to middle pos. 58 gr.
CR bolts/nuts : 4x Alu 8 gr.
Chain : KMC X10SL DLC short-cut 230 gr.
Rear Mech : 2011 SRAM X9 tp.1 tuned 189 gr.
Rear Shifter : 2011 SRAM X9 incl. cable 126 gr.
Cassette : SRAM RED OG1090 Dome 11-23 155 gr.
Stem : 2012 Ritchey C260 120mm 7x M4 ti-bolts 102 gr.
Handle bar : 2009 Truvativ Noir 556mm 111 gr.
Grips : KCNC EVA 12cm. incl caps. 18 gr.
Seat Post : Thomson Masterpiece 350mm, 30.9dia. Yoke tuned 155 gr.
Saddle : Selle Italia SLR Tekno 95 gr.
Seat post clamp : Mcfk sub5 5 gr.
Head Set : 2004 Chris King 1 1/8 84 gr.
Stem-Cap n bolt : Mcfk carbon/alu 5 gr.
Pedals : Xpedo traverse XCF03AC tuned w. ti-spindles 160 gr.
Chain Keeper : Home made carb, alu, ti 13 gr.
Skewers : Tune Skyline 24 gr.
Gear cable housing : Nokon Carbon 16 gr.
Tubes : Continental Race Supersonic 26x1, 2pcs. tot. 98 gr.
Tires : Michelin Wild run R 26x 1.10, 2 pcs. 445 gr.

Total Weight (and it's running so smooth) 6888 gr.

I like the older 1999 CrossMax front wheel better (All Black) ! Please add 90gr. (Mounted on below Photos : 6978 gr.)
Ducati 1199 Panigale :
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Close up of the Chain Keeper (Important for bumpy rides)
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If any interest, the details and considerations of build, can be found on My previous Loong post http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=115305

I will post more, after 14 days of use.


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 Post subject: S-Works Ducati 6.88 kg
Posted: Tue May 28, 2013 11:54 am 


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PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2013 8:27 pm 
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-Here some more pics. After some days of use.
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-some night pics.
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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2013 7:36 am 
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Please give this bike some proper mountainbike tires, quick!

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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2013 12:11 pm 
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Hi SWijland.
This bike is made for Copenhagen City Terrain ! (No Mountains or muddy Woods here !)
I can't fit "Proper" MTB tires on this bike !
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I like the fastness, and the precision of slim hard pumped slicks (PSI 85-90).

-What I dislike, with nobby tires in City Terrain :

-If You enter a sharp curve, all the nobs bend slightly, resulting in Understeering. -Also called drifting. Very dangerous if other riders/cars, are close.
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- The nobs, slows the free rolling (and riding), like if the brakes are "hanging" !
- The Constant humming sounds from tires, are so enervating. (The Sound of Friction...)
- Ground contact is very reduced (1:3), resulting in poor (longer) braking.
- The terrible micro vibrations in hands and arms. (especially on a stiff HT w. rigid forks)

I have several wheelsets, and of course I will fit some Fat Nobby tires on a set, for the occasional day in the Wild Nature !
-But for now, the Comfort, Speed and Precision (safety), -are of the highest priority.
(I also got MTB's with suspension-forks, MTB cassette and proper MTB tires, but they are not WW's, Just normal strong bikes, that eats mud and stones)

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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2013 9:12 pm 
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This projekt is really cool, i have been watching your old tread from the start and you get thumps up for Not building a fixie bike. But a real bike that can be ridden in the city and actiully works :-)

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 3:19 pm 
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Thanks vfb.
I No Like Fixie bikes in the city traffic !
They are Very dangerous for rider, and Fellow road users !
Not made for interaction with others.
- No true braking system !
- Crank-arms turn constantly, also in Sharp corners (have fun) !
- Ultra short flat-bar = Weak control of the 700c Wheel !

Often they are made from daddys old retro-racer. -Strip off the "complicated stuff"(gears n brakes), -Spray-can the frame, -Hacksaw the road-bars= short flat, -and buy fixed hub ! -One piece of Trendy Bike !
I'd rather walk...

Here some pics. with 1.35 Kojak front tire, and 1.50 Maxxis rear !
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 4:24 pm 
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Very respectable weight there! Nice build :) Unfortunately, it may be a little dangerous to leave it locked and unattended in Copenhagen :/


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 4:30 pm 
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Nice!
Should not the saddle be level?

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 6:36 pm 
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God Aften Spoon,

A really nice bike you´ve got there :)
Very nice components, and very light ones.
Extralite is a very nice touch 8)

Hilsen
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 7:04 pm 
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Hi kgt.
-You're right.
...I was in Photographing-mode !
-The pics were shot, and then I tried to ride..-I slipped forwards ! Very wrong level, indeed !

Here is another saddle fitted (the first Selle Italia carbon-ti Flite at 149gr.).
This time, in perfect Racing level.
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Regarding locking and leaving the bike....Don't try this, if Your bike is worth more than Your shoes !
-Where I go ,-bike goes ! 7kg. and 55cm handlebar...even in packed elevators !
-Locking (with top quality Locks) and leaving... False security ! All Locks can be "fixed" in minutes...with the right tools.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 7:24 pm 
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God aften bontyboy, and thanks.
Weight Weenies is the Ultimate Forum for Light Builds. Therefore, all the parts on My bike, are well considered regarding Light Weight.
For this build though, Strenght and Durability (and looks) have a slightly higher priority, than just Lowering the weight !
Come on... -Frame is 1600gr. , -Magura tp.1 , -Heavy Duty Wheels...

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Yes, you´ve done a great job.
It looks really slick :twisted:
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No offence, but what's the point of running two topics about the same bike?

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-Non taken.
Hi Timo.
-Old thread was about parts and considerations. -Ended May 28..-slowly sliding down, into the archives...
-New thread is Finished bike, and how it runs.

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spOOn1965 wrote:
Thanks vfb.
I No Like Fixie bikes in the city traffic !
They are Very dangerous for rider, and Fellow road users !
Not made for interaction with others.
- No true braking system !
- Crank-arms turn constantly, also in Sharp corners (have fun) !
- Ultra short flat-bar = Weak control of the 700c Wheel !

Often they are made from daddys old retro-racer. -Strip off the "complicated stuff"(gears n brakes), -Spray-can the frame, -Hacksaw the road-bars= short flat, -and buy fixed hub ! -One piece of Trendy Bike !
I'd rather walk...

Here some pics. with 1.35 Kojak front tire, and 1.50 Maxxis rear !
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Excactely, fixie bikes are just stupid and very dangerous and offen the even don`t wear a helmet. i have tried one once, and it was fun because it was in a closed area. but in the traffic without brakes and no freewheel it just seems stupid to me. Bikes without a freewheel belongs to the track!
keep us updated on this awesome project :-)

Hilsner fra Århus

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