Long time lurker, first time poster all the way from Malaysia. Got myself a semi-custom titanium frame from a an East Asian manufacturer. Not particularly going for a weight weenie build as I am a heavy fellow, and quite hard on equipment. Didn't specify tube size, just geometry (copied from a Colnago C59). Manufacturer sent fabrication drawings first for confirmation before going ahead with production. Lead time was around 5 weeks.
Frame + Fork + Seatpost: Semi-custom East Asian manufacturer
Saddle: Fizik Arione Tri2
Groupset: Mix and match out of the parts bin: Red shifters, Rival derailleurs, Ultegra brakes
Crank: SRM DA 7800
Stem: Easton EA90
Handlebar: FSA aluminium (can't remember model name)
Computer: Garmin Edge 500 on K-Edge mount
Wheels: Farsports 38 mm x 24 mm carbon clinchers, CX-ray spokes and DT Swiss 190 hubs.
Tires: Continental GP4000S front, Vittoria Open Pave CG rear
Pedals: Look Keo
Haven't weighed it, and don't intend to. Sorry
. Rides nice for a budget titanium frame. Haven't been able to put any decent miles on it as I've been offshore a lot since I got the bike. Longest ride has been 110 km's and it was perfectly fine.
Not too sure how to post pictures on here. Let's see if this works.