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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:29 pm 
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Thought I would post my newly built up carbon no-name bike... If you recognize the frame manufacturer, I would jump up and down! Curious if Taiwanese or Chinese or…. ?

Frame: 05' No-Name Carbon 56.5' (1070 grams)
Fork: 05' Easton SL
Headset: FSA Integrated w/carbon top
Wheelset: Topolino Clinchers
Tubes: Continental Superlites
Tires: Michelin ProRace
Brakes: 05' TI Zero Gravity
Stem: Ritchey WCS OS 110mm (Titanium Bolts)
Bar: Kestrel SL OS 44cm c-t-c
Bar Tape: Aztec VibeWrap
Cables: Aztec Powerlines
Seatpost: Thomson Masterpiece 27.2/240 (Titanium Bolts)
Saddle: MTB Rocket V Team
Seatpost Clamp: TransX 34.9mm (Titanium Bolt)
Shifters: 05' Campagnolo Record 10sp
Front Derailleur: 05' Campagnolo Record 10sp (34.9mm)
Rear Derailleur: 05' Campagnolo Record 10sp (Short Cage)
Crankset: Dura-Ace 7800, 172.5, 53/39 (Titanium Clinch Bolts)
Cassette: American Classic Conversion 11/23
Chain: Dura Ace 10spd
Pedals: Speedplay X-2 SS (Aluminum Plates)
Bottle Cage: Weyless Carbon (2)
Skewers: Control Tech bolt-on Titanium

Total Weight: 14.9lbs w/pedals and bottle cages

Just a few more items left to do:
1. Maybe replace Easton SL fork with a Look HSC5SL.
2. Titanium bolts on non-drive side of Dura Ace Crank.
3. Titanium bolt for seat-post clamp.
4. Convert Topolinos to Campy and install Record cassette instead of AC conversion cassette.
5. Still haven't found that perfect saddle yet.
6. Replace Ritchey WCS stem with Ritchey 4-axis stem in 120cm.

I welcome any and all comments.


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it just shows you dont have to be 145lbs to have a weight weenie bike. rock on man!

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