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thencameyou
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by thencameyou

much nicer with the black/green imho. how about a pair of hollowgrams?

wpccrunner
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by wpccrunner

Hollowgrams will not fit, the BB shell is 86mm wide not 68mm. As of now only FSA 386 and Rotor 3D USBB cranks with fit without an adapter. I'm thinking about getting some 3D+ cranks, but the SL-K's are fairly light and stiff. Have KCNC K3 Cobweb 53/39 chain-rings on order which should be a nice upgrade and 70g weight savings

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by btompkins0112

The newest FSA KForce 386 cranks with the asymmetric 4 bolt spider would be sick on this bike.....just sayin'

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by Krull

muuuuch better now! :thumbup:
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by wpccrunner

Per suggestions I got my KCNC K3 Cobweb 53/39 110BCD black chain rings in today, and hot dam do they look sweet. Taking them for a ride tomorrow morning to test them out. I didnt take any scale shots, but the FSA rings weighed 183g and the Cobwebs have a claimed 104g, so should have saved 79g but scale doesnt seem to agree and only registers 0.04kg savings... :noidea:

Did not get to weigh with Farsports Clinchers, but it should be right on 6.35kg 14lbs

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by Bianchi10

very interested to see how the KCNC chainrings perform. The guys at Fairwheel said they were very light and were aesthetically pleasing but did not shift very smooth. looking forward to your feedback.
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by wpccrunner

Bianchi10

I will agree the rings do not shift the smoothest, but do look great and weigh hardly anything. Luckily for me it is VERY flat here in south florida so front shifting is almost nonexistent for me.

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by petal666

I have the all black Ultralight. 6.5kg with 9070 and C24 tubs. I must take some photos.

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by wpccrunner

yes petal you really should post it up in the gallery.

Finally got a scale shot with the new rings and Farsports Clinchers.

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Will do

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biker1974
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by biker1974

248gr for look keo 2 max or look keo 2 max carbon version?

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willieboy
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by willieboy

Just getting my new Ultralight dialed in. This bike begs for more power than I have. Light, quick, amazing power transfer and SO stiff. Since these picks I've put my Campy Neutron Ultra wheels on it. 14.10 with current configuration. Great bike.

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by wpccrunner

the pedals are the standard Keo 2 max. The only change with the upgrade to the keo 2 max carbons is the construction of the pedal body. I weighed both pairs before purchasing and the extra money for the carbons did not justify the 8-or-so grams to be saved.

jasonsv
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by jasonsv

Here's mine at just on 6.1kg's
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biker1974
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by biker1974

Awesome!

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