How light is your Felt AR?

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RhettMauney
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by RhettMauney

Hey guy, I'm trying to build a sub 7kg AR but Im doing it with Sram force + Red crank. So I was curious if anyone else had a similar build? Also[url] how light or awesome is you Felt AR?

adrianlmp1246
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by adrianlmp1246

Depends on the model.
The AR FRD is really light for a aero frame. My friend has a 52cm and it was close to 800g
I'll like to a video of a weigh in of a 56cm frame that weighs 895g

https://youtu.be/cYP0pLoQzP0


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newforker
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by newforker

My AR1 was at around 15.2 lbs with EE Brake, S Works Crank..for what its worth

Imaking20
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by Imaking20

My FRD is at 13.7 lbs with a few more areas that could shave while while not giving up function (or aero). I think it's one of the more complete packages as far as aero builds go. I wouldn't recommend the FRD over the AR1 or AR2 if the main driver is weight though.
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Blue | Project C6.0 | Felt AR FRD | Colnago C59 NERO | 2014 S-Works Tarmac | S-Works Venge | Wilier Cento Uno SL | Tarmac SL2

SLCBrandon
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by SLCBrandon

I should have a weight on mine here soon but it will be a bit of an outlier since it'll initially have RZR's on it. The build also has Tune saddle and cages along with EE's but standard everywhere else with eTap for group.

I'll update in a few days.

adrianlmp1246
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by adrianlmp1246

46 or 92's?

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by mrlobber

My AR FRD (year 2014) was around 6.9 with DA 9070 group (except front Tririg Omega brake), power meter, Enve SES Aerobar, heavy saddle and Enve 6.7 clinchers, which certainly aren't the lightest wheels out there. Planning to drop some 300g by lighter saddle, lighter cranks and some other WW trickery. Of course, another 300-400 can easily be saved by slapping some (older, lighter) Zipp 404FC tubs on.

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SLCBrandon
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by SLCBrandon

adrianlmp1246 wrote:46 or 92's?

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46's

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