EDIT:: OFFICIAL 11LB CLUB MEMBER
This build was based off of reviews and help from this forum, so thank you all.
FM066SL Fork Cut-330g
Sram Red Rear Derailleur-146.1
Sram Red Front Derailleur-69.1
2012 Specialized S-Works Saddle- 114.0
Hollowgram SISL cranks, Chainrings, Look Keo Blade Carbon CroMo-681.6
Zipp 303 2010 tubulars, continental competition tires. Sram Red 11-26
Cables- All Power Cords , Power Cords Swift Housing
Edge Composites Bars, Sram Red Shifters, Rotor S3X 90mm Stem-577.2
Planet X skewers-42
Hong Fu Carbon Cage-23
Zero G Brakes-200
Omni Racer Seat Post Clamp-8
I got it into the 12lb range with not very light clinchers , and durable gp4000s tires. The bar tape is the new Fizik "sticky" tape, its very very good. towards the end of this season, I'd like to switch to SR , but for now, its about where itll stand.
***My opinion on powercords cables and new swift housing..Overall build quality is very good. It looks very good on the bike, and is about 75% lighter than regular jagwire or others. The cons? whatever bike shop you go to to get these installed will not only hate you, but prepared to pay a ton to have them installed. They are way harder to install than regular cables, my shop is experienced, and it took them a solid 8 hours to install my cables. In the end, comparing them to regular steel cables, they cost 10x more, are 100x harder to install, harder to adjust, they don't shift any better than steel cables, all for a little weight savings. On a positive note, PowerCords has excellent customer service.