for the sake of pedantry did you weigh the seatpost?
seems like there is less than 150g difference between the framesets.
how do you find your Adv Pro? How does it compare to previous rides?
Unfortunately we forgot to weigh it.
Overall, I am loving the bike, it's fast and the brakes and shifting are amazing, but hard to compare to my previous MY14 TCR Adv SL because there is so many variables, different size frame and fit, different components, etc.. I will say that I think it is more harsh riding than my old TCR, but it seems the wheels are a big contributor to that.
here is the build if you missed it viewtopic.php?f=10&t=66856&start=630#p1266221
Cyclingtips.com stated 7.79kg for TCR ADV PRO sans pedals and cages. I guess mine is not far off. Rough comparison below:
Mine weighs exactly that WITH pedals, cages and computer/mount and I am running the Ultegra cranks with a Stages power meter, so yours should be lighter I would think.
A friend has nearly the exact same set up as I do but with rim brakes and my bike is only 250-300g heavier
Although it is top tier model, I'd say it is a me-too iteration. The Di2 top tube entry port is a direct copy from rim brake variant. It expects the rear brake cable nearby but obviously not the case for disc brake config as the brake hose is on DT. Shame.
They only had to redesign the rear triangle and the fork for the disc version, the rest is the same molds as the rim brake bike, which makes sense to keep it as close to the "celebrated" TCR rim brake versions. As we had discussed on the other forum the Di2 can go in with the rear brake line and clean it up