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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:38 pm 
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hi guys ,
im building up a rush carbon the lightest i can below is a build list
Frame:cannodale rush team carbon size large
Fork: lefty 110 speed carbon sl
Headset: integrated SI
Stem: modified lefty stem with wcs face plate and ti bolts
Handlebar: Brontrager xxx-lite cut down
Grips: Ritchey WCS
Brakes: Shimano XTR m970 with avid rotors
160/140 and ti disk rotor bolts
Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram BB30 SL, 29/44
Front derailleur: Shimano XTR
Rear derailleur: Shimano XTR -GM970 with kcnc ceremic pulleys
Cassette: SRAM PG990
Chain: Kmc x-9 sl
Pedals: crank bro eggbeaters
Saddle: Arione cx carbon team edition
Seatpost: Thomson Elite (soon to be kcnc)
Shifters: Shimano XT tuned with gear indicator removed and ti bolts
Skewers: mavic on training wheels kcnc on race wheels
Wheelset: training:crossmax slr clincher raceing :crossmax slr tub proto
Inner tubes: Latex
Tyres: vredestein/dugast vredestein custom
Bottle cage: Bontrager x-lite
now it's got some proper kit on it so here are some pic's
it's at 19.75 pounds with race wheels which is good for a large frame.
thanks for looking
Bruce

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well done!
sorry but...where do the slr tubolars come from?


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unfortunately i can't tell you ,but hell they're light

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The Tub Mavic SLR are available to a very select few people - so your incredibly lucky or bought them from someone who was lucky to be given a set.

Mavic issued them to some riders for the Olympics if i remember correctly - but each set was destroyed after use or something. They have Carbon Spokes - but the weight has been kept hush hush.


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it looks like its has normal slr spokes.. they carbon spoke where round as i recall looking at fulgsangs wheels from the WC and OL.


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yep thats right they're normal slr hubs and spokes but special new rim.
i have also a qustion to anyone who has used tufo xc3 tubs because i have dugast to cover all conditions ,i just thought that i might try the tufo's so has anyone got a clue how they ride.
thanks hope that you like
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Nicely done that is, especially for a full sus bike.

And those wheels are a little bit special...


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