New Bike 2015: Specialized Tarmac Pro 2015 frameset *Update*

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Willem81
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by Willem81

Hello everyone

My name is Willem and I'm from Belgium
I want to share my project of my new bike for next year.

The bike I've got for the moment is a Specialized Tarmac Pro SL 2010 Size 56

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Before I ordered my new frame I have done a Bike fitting. And the result was that I need a size smaller. Also the distance from saddle to shifter should be -+5cm shorter.

I wanted a new Tarmac Pro SL4 2014 (S-Works is over budget). New model out so good discount on last years models. Butt my LBS only had a size 56 left of last years Tarmac Pro in Satin Red/Carbon. http://www.specialized.com/be/nl/bikes/archive/2014/tarmac/tarmac-sl4-pro-frameset

So next option was the new 2015 Tarmac Pro frameset, Which I think was pretty dark in the beginning, but after a while I started to like it more and more.
So ordered one and now in the coming weeks hope to start to build up my new bike.
After a lot of thinking, reading and looking around I made myself a building list.
Some I allready have and made some pictures on the scale.

Building list:
Frameset: Specialized Tarmac Pro 2015 Satin Carbon/Hyper Green/Charcoal
Fork: Specialized FACT Carbon
Bottom Bracket: OSBB BB30 allready in the frame
Groupset: Full Sram Force 22 with 11-25 cassette and 50-34 compact BB30 Cranck
Seatpost: Specialized S-Works
Saddle: Fizik Antares VS Braided Carbon rail.
Handlebar: 3T Ergonova Team Stealth (44cm, 42cm at the shifters)
Stem: 3t ARX (II???) team stealth (undecided, ARXII only on bolt on the fork and finding it not so pretty)
Wheels: DTSwiss RC38 full carbon clincher (already mine)
Tires: Specialized Roubaix 25mm on DTSwiss
Extra wheelset: Mavic Ksyrium SLE with Mavic Tires(allround wheelset and nice looking with the all black rims)
Bottle cages: Specialized Rib Cage II Matte Black

Weight: ???(Hope around 6.8kg)

Frame: 1153g with BB
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Fork: 393g
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Seatpost: 193g
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Handlebar: 211g
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Saddle: 180g
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Front Wheel with tire: 1014g
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Back Wheel with tire: 1260g
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Update follows as soon the groupset is arrived...
Last edited by Willem81 on Fri Jan 16, 2015 12:05 am, edited 3 times in total.

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lrdunc
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by lrdunc

I love the color of that frame :)

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ophiravina
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by ophiravina

very nice color for the frameset! looks nice :-)
2016 scott adictt 10:
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2015 sworks tarmac :
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=128782

Krull
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by Krull

I understood meanwhile, that those tarmac-framesets weigh some gramm....
but why is your bar so heavy? My ergonova team, 40 cm, few years old, with glossy coat and red deco, weighs 179 gramm.
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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Krull, sure about this? Your bars weight is around the LTD range.Not sure either.40cm may weigh that low.
Still would have expected the Team version to be around 200gr not knowing the width.
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Willem81
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by Willem81

Hello, I forgot to mention the size of the handlebar. It is a 44cm according to 3T, but at the shifters it is a 42cm because the drops go a little to the outside. 3T mentioned a weight of 195g for a 42cm so 15 grams a size is a possible difference.

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by Krull

bura wrote:Krull, sure about this? Your bars weight is around the LTD range.Not sure either.40cm may weigh that low.
Still would have expected the Team version to be around 200gr not knowing the width.


Hi Willem,
absolutely shure, click following link, second post:
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=127196&start=30

but maybe, those 4 cm cause 33 gramm, i dont know, but it seems strange to me.
regards,
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

Willem81
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by Willem81

Hello

Here's an update.

Sorry for the crappy pictures but just for showing the weights of the parts.

Brakes Sram Force 22 (279g)
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Rear Derailleur Sram Force 22 (169g)
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Dual Control Levers Sram Force 22 (340g)
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Drive Side Cranck Sram Force 22 (397g)
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Non Drive Side Cranck Sram Force 22 (273g)
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Casette Sram Force PG-1130 11-26 (258g)

Quick release Front Mavic (50g)
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Quick release Back Mavic (58g)
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Mavic Ksyrium SLE front with 23mm tire (911g)
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Mavic Ksyrium SLE back with 23mm tire (1114g)
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Quick weight of the bike with pedals(6940g)
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And here is a picture of how it is now.
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It's my first time building a total bike up myself so some small things need to be adjusted.
Like shorten the RD cable in the back.

HQ and detail pictures follows as soon as it's completely finished.

Any suggestions or thoughts?

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mellowJohnny
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by mellowJohnny

That's a really strong effort for a first time build - very nice.

If you are looking for some easy weight savings get rid of those stock quick releases (at least 50g savings right there) and some segmented cable housings (Aican / Alligator / Jagwire) for another ~ 75g. Lightweight tubes are also a cheap weight savings - you didn't mention the tires / tubes but I'm assuming Yksion with stock tubes.

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