I'm a pretty frequent lurker here and today realized I've never registered. So, hello!
Yesterday, I took delivery of a 52cm Trek Emonda SL frameset with the H2 fit (only option). It's not the SLR superlight (superexpensive) one made of 700 series OCLV, but the reasonable one made of 500 series OCLV. Since I haven't seen any detailed information on it anywhere, I figured I should share.
If the links below don't work, search Mr. Google for Seneb Blogspot Trek Emonda, and you should be able to find three blog posts on the frameset. Also, I have a set of photos on Flickr and my user name there is also Seneb. Shocking, eh?http://seneb.blogspot.com/2014/07/weighed-trek-emonda-sl-frameset.htmlhttps://www.flickr.com/photos/seneb/sets/72157645200803780
I used a Feedback Sports Alpine Digital Scale for all of the weights. However, remember that it rounds to the nearest ten.
The frameset complete with all the goodies in the box weighs 1790 grams. Frame, fork, seatmast, stem, headset, spacers and compression plug, chain guard, derailleur hanger, cage bolts, and the guides for the internal cable routing.
Frame bare, other than the derailleur hanger and guides is 1040 grams.
Fork bare (uncut) is 360 grams.
Seatmast is 130 grams (taken with a grain of salt).
Bontrager RXL 90mm -7 stem is 130 grams (taken with a grain of salt).
Leftover bits (headset, plug, spacers, bolts, guard, etc.) are 130 grams.
I will be building it up with the parts on my current frame - Chorus 11 components, Boyd 38 carbon clinchers, Thomson 100mm -10 stem, 3T Ergonova bars, Selle Italia SLK saddle, Speedplay X1 pedals, Blackburn Swerve ti cages, blah, blah, blah...