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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2007 9:56 pm 
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My race bike has recently undergone a few changes, including Syntace F99 stem, duraflite carbon bars, Hayes stroker Trail brakes (160/140) and a comfier seat for off road :) It isn't the most weight weenie by any means but i've gone for my usual "best bang for the buck" approach with this one. I love this bike. It rides real nice. Not the greatest of pics but you get the idea. 9.6kg.

Frame: GT Zaskar Team 07
Fork: Rockshox Reba Team
Headset: FSA integrated
Spacers: FSA Carbon
Stem: Syntace F99 105mm
Handlebar: Syntace Duraflite Carbon
Grips: Cinelli Cork Bar Tape
Saddle: WTB Shadow V
Seatpost: KCNC Pro Lite
Seatpost clamp: KCNC
Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore LX
Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR M960
Shifters: Shimano Deore XT
Brakes: Hayes Stroker Trail 160/140 + Ti hardware
Crank Set: FSA Gossammer Road 2x9 (42/30)
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Dura-Ace 118mm
Cassette: Shimano Deore XT
Chain: Shimano HG93
Wheels: Mavic 717/DT Revolution/Hope Pro II
Tubes: Stans No-tubes
Tyres: Conti Speedking supersonic
Cables: Shimano XTR
Pedals: Shimano XTR
Bottle Cage: Specialized Rib Cage Pro

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2007 10:07 pm 
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Sweeeet, don't really get the red bolts on cranks though 8) Do you have a pic of the cockpit?


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Handlebar is a great choice as well as the stem. I have Duraflite as well and thinking of changing the stem.

Also, why not blue chainring bolts like KCNC or A2Z?

You can shave some weight on pedals and seat.

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Being a fellow GT owner all I can say it is looks great!

OT If I were to go to a two ring front set up what is the smallest middle ring available in four bolt?

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I love that build! Light and durable, seems like a build I would like to do in the future. If you don't mind, how much did it run you?


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is that a normal fsa compact crank? Which chainring do you use?

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Thanks for all the comments :)

Just back from a training ride, so gave it the full cleaning treatment and took the chance to take some decent pics. The Syntace stem/bar combo feels fantastic, the stem feels a lot stiffer than my old FSA XC-115. Very pleased with how the bike is riding. Think I have it exactly how I want it now.

For the 2x9 setup, those are FSA Gossammer triple road cranks with the big ring removed. Not sure how small you can go on the granny ring, but i'd say at least 24t. Once the rings wear out, i'll change them for TA's probably to save a few more grams. The whole setup weighs 790g at the moment with the dura ace BB and the standard FSA rings. It cost me under £100 total as well. The q-factor is the main reason I changed to this setup, these are 159mm! I have narrow hips so wide cranks hurt my knees, and feel like i'm pedalling with my legs spread :? I agree about the chainring bolts, i'll change them out for blue/silver ones soon.

As for how much it cost, i'm not sure as this setup has kind of "evolved" from a year of racing and training, so i've changed a few parts. At a rough guesstimate, you could likely build this bike for under £1500.

I probably won't change much now, aside from a new set of race wheels when the season starts. I'll likely go for Stans Olympic (or race), DT revs and Hope Pro II's again - they are really durable hubs for the conditions I ride in.

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