Scott Spark 10 +/-9.6 kg

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pieterp
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My Scott Spark 10.
Frame: Scott Spark 10 size M, tuned with ti bolts for swingarm, linkage and damper (saves 14g)
Fork: Sid Race 100mm (1448g)
Headset: Ritchey WCS
Stem: Syntace F99 Ti bolts
Handlebar: Easton Monkeylite SL (139g)
Seatpost: New Ultimate (179g)
Seat: Speedneedle (95g)
Clamp: Scott
Front mech: Sram Force alu bolts (96g)
Rear mech: Sram XO alu bolts and KCNC lower pulley (193g)
Cassette: XTR 11-32
Chainrings: TA 40-26T
Cranks: Race Face Deus + XT BB
Pedals: Shimano XTR
Hubs: Tune King/Kong
Spokes: Ritchey
Rims: Notubes Olympic
Tires: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25-2.1, Racing Ralph 2.25, Furious Fred 2.2, Vredestein Black Panther xtrac 2.0 (depends on course and conditions)
Tubes: no (tubeless with stans)
Schock: Rock Shox Monarch 4.2 (239g)
Shifters: XO twist
Grips: DMR
Bottle cage: King Ti (28) + alu bolts
Brakes: Hope Mono Mini, floating 180-160mm rotors, ti bolts for rotors, ti bolts rear caliper, alu bolts levers
total weight: 9.540kg to 9.7kg depends on tires and scoops of notubes.
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Older pics: http://rennsport.skynetblogs.be/archive-month/2009-05
Latest pics: http://rennsport.skynetblogs.be/archive-month/2009-08

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Robin v Berkel
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by Robin v Berkel

nice sparky :thumbup: onlye handelbar is not my thing
cannondale Rush carbon SL team 8.75kg/19.29 1x10
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old WW bikes
Epic carbon 2006 9.3kg
Spark 10 2008 8.2Kg
Anthem Adv 9kg ( solt after 3 weeks not done )
scalpel 2009 7.97kg

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well done on the build, enjoy the ride :beerchug:

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Mads Kock
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by Mads Kock

Hey Pieterp - bike looks really good.

Can you tell me the dimension of the bolts that you changed in your frame?

pieterp
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by pieterp

@ Mads, the bolts you need:
damper: 2 x M6x35
link: 4 x M5x15
lower pivot: 2 x M5x17 (M5x15 or M5x18 will also do)

Good source for bolts (ti and alu): http://www.jaeger-motorsport.de (take the TCK titan with the tapered heads for best looks).

@ Robin, handlebars are like seats, personal preference, I like the extra control with the rizer bar.
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pieterp wrote:@ Mads, the bolts you need:
damper: 2 x M6x35
link: 4 x M5x15
lower pivot: 2 x M5x17 (M5x15 or M5x18 will also do)

Good source for bolts (ti and alu): http://www.jaeger-motorsport.de (take the TCK titan with the tapered heads for best looks).


THANKS ALOT! really nice of you. I have been using tastynuts in UK - like the name but also very fast :-)

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bikerboyj1700
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How much does your crankset/rings/bottom bracket weigh? How do you like the gearing? :noidea:

pieterp
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Rings + cranks + alu bolts: 655g (with 28T)
BB (Shimano XT): 97g
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Dennis
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by Dennis

Great bike Pieter! And you proved already that it is a light AND reliable bike :thumbup:

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pieterp
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by pieterp

I have changed the grips to ESI Racers Edge silicone.
The seatpost clamp has been changed to a 7g MCFK (vs 16g Scott clamp).
Brake calipers have been changed to Hope Tech X2 (easier pad change, better hose clamp routing).
Computer has been changed to a Cateye Strada Wireless.
I also ditched the cable routers under the bottle cage.

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pieterp wrote:The seatpost clamp has been changed to a 7g MCFK (vs 16g Scott clamp).

hi, were did you get one, and is it availeble at online shop

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Mads Kock
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seatclamp looks good but I thought that the carbon clamps were lighter? 7 grams is like the alu from New Ultimate hehe ;-)

pieterp
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by pieterp

Clamp can be bought from http://www.mcfk.de/
There is also this type of clamp: http://www.mcfk.de/Schlaufenklemme.html
It should be lighter as there is less material.
You can also choose color of the inlays and bolt.

Mads, it looks sexier the an alu clamp and that is important as well 8)

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Mads Kock
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wow - didn't have a good look at the first time. I agree - looks sexy!!

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