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DOUG
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by DOUG

NiFTY wrote:Updated my evo - apologies for bad pics, will update in time. Now 5.12 kg

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Ax lightness ultra 25T 799g
corsa 25mm tubs x 2 567g, mastik ?
tune skyline skewers 18g
carbonice chain catcher 5 gram with bolt
carbonice seatpost 85g
Berk lupina saddle 132mm padded 84g
Carbonworks cages, gold bolts 12g
Made stem faceplate garmin mount to replace both fliploc garmin mount 13g+ exposure light mount 20g = 24g with all hardware
Made "sharkfin" to sit under mcfk stem (gets clamped by stem clamp) as I don't like how prominent the gap under the stem clamp is (less than 1g)
Switched to sram red 22
Shifters, sanded, carbon clamps(dremeled body to accept carbon clamps, ti bolt 262g
wifli long cage RD - painted black, outer cage sanded and clearcoated + extralite pulleys + alloy and nylon bolts 152g
11-30 cassette 176g
Changed from hollowgram to Sram red BB30 130bcd - sanded crank, clarcoat, bolt dremelled out, new bolt painted gold, stages spindle, stages carbon NDS - sanded, clear coat, KCNC SL bolts - Q ring OCP3, made custom carbon preload spacer instead of using SRAM threaded spacer- 560g all in.
FSA SL upper headset bearing, veloflyte carbon top cap, fairwheel bikes carbon spacer

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This is awesome! Sub 800g wheelset :unbelievable: !

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by Nefarious86

Would bonding the stem/bars save any more weight? That's a propperly nice bit of kit :)
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by NiFTY

Yeah bonding the stem would drop a bit of weight but my travel case require turning the bars. Otherwise i would need to completely remove the stem each time i travelled which is messy. Would love to get sub 5kg but its lookimg difficult without compromising function. Thinking berk integrated seatpost. And the only other thing would be a 2016 evo fork. But i think i would still be over.
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by garjo

Some updates I did on previous months:
2016 HM Fork, 3T Ergonova LTD dropbar, Extralite Hyperstem stealth, Carbonworks bottlecage, SR brakes, Raceware mount, SISL2 cranks with 52/36 spidering, Miche Supertype cassette.. the weight at the moment is around 5,5kg but on these next days I'm going to update it with a new lighter wheelset!
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My 4,93 kg Supersix Evo HM: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=137647&start=30

My 6,22 kg Cannondale R500 1996: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=134364

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I'd like a Garmin mount if you would build me one.
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NiFTY
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by NiFTY

The garmin mount i have built take way too long for me to build to build them for profit. They are build purely to nerd out.
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dak
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by dak

A few updates. New bar, 3T Ergonova team stealth. Swapped 6770 shifters for 9150 and removed old A-junction for the new bar end unit. Switched to Fizik Aliante 00. New weight is 6475g / 14.24lbs with Enve 6.7 clinchers, cages, pedals and Garmin mount. 14.4 with with light and computer.
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Ltoddokc
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by Ltoddokc

Nice one, Dak. You've got good taste!

Here's my version, I think I'm finally done upgrading... for a while at least.

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2016 Evo Hi-Mod 56cm
Dura Ace 9150 with 11-30 cassette, (can't install the bar end junction with the enve bars so I have the normal 3 port box under the downtube behind the crank)
SISL2 Power2Max
Dt Swiss PR1400
IRC Formula Pro RBCC 28mm
Enve bars
Stealth stem from Fairwheel Bikes (can't recall the brand)
Cannondale SAVE seatpost
Specialized Power Pro saddle
Dura Ace pedals

Final weight without the garmin is 6.9kg/15.2lbs. I'm pretty happy with that as I can lose quite a bit more from the spare tire around my waist!

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by Danza

dak wrote:A few updates. New bar, 3T Ergonova team stealth. Swapped 6770 shifters for 9150 and removed old A-junction for the new bar end unit. Switched to Fizik Aliante 00. New weight is 6475g / 14.24lbs with Enve 6.7 clinchers, cages, pedals and Garmin mount. 14.4 with with light and computer.
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Looks like it could get lighter for not a whole lot of $$$ with a 0 offset post

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by dak

Danza wrote:
dak wrote:A few updates. New bar, 3T Ergonova team stealth. Swapped 6770 shifters for 9150 and removed old A-junction for the new bar end unit. Switched to Fizik Aliante 00. New weight is 6475g / 14.24lbs with Enve 6.7 clinchers, cages, pedals and Garmin mount. 14.4 with with light and computer.
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Looks like it could get lighter for not a whole lot of $$$ with a 0 offset post


Yup. Waiting for stock of the new MCFK in a 320mm. That will save around 80g.

I was looking at Extralite hyper stem, but I'm about 86kg and one of the guys from Fairwheel said I might have issues with bar slippage. Any other bigger riders have this issue with this stem?

Also considering a shallower clincher like the Schmolke SL 45 or the new FSE Filament spun wheels which would save about 300g more.


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Ltoddokc wrote:Nice one, Dak. You've got good taste!

Here's my version, I think I'm finally done upgrading... for a while at least.

Final weight without the garmin is 6.9kg/15.2lbs. I'm pretty happy with that as I can lose quite a bit more from the spare tire around my waist!


Great build! Not too many of these blue evo's on the road. Hope you're enjoying it as much as I am.


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vneilv
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by vneilv

Here is mine in its most current guise.

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Weighs in at about 6.3kg with the strikes and about 5.9kg with the attacks on there.

Currently thinking about how I can lighten it further (without the big boy wheels). I feel as I may have got to a point where everything serves its purpose well and there will be a trade off by making something lighter. Thoughts?
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by burglarboycie

^^ that is perfect!!

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by garjo

vneilv wrote:Here is mine in its most current guise.

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Weighs in at about 6.3kg with the strikes and about 5.9kg with the attacks on there.

Currently thinking about how I can lighten it further (without the big boy wheels). I feel as I may have got to a point where everything serves its purpose well and there will be a trade off by making something lighter. Thoughts?


Looks like most of the parts on your build are already the right ones, may be some carbonworks bottlecages (6 grams each one), extralite hyperstem (75gr), schmolke seatpost (85gr), lightweight skewers (32 gr)... a new sub 900gr wheelset would be the best option in my opinion, this for example http://www.ebay.com/itm/162430898016?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
My 4,93 kg Supersix Evo HM: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=137647&start=30

My 6,22 kg Cannondale R500 1996: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=134364

vneilv
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by vneilv

garjo wrote:Looks like most of the parts on your build are already the right ones, may be some carbonworks bottlecages (6 grams each one), extralite hyperstem (75gr), schmolke seatpost (85gr), lightweight skewers (32 gr)... a new sub 900gr wheelset would be the best option in my opinion, this for example http://www.ebay.com/itm/162430898016?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT


Yeah the Carbonice post is 110g and the Extralite stem is 87g.

I will probably switch up the QRs (Enve - 50g) for either the Tune U20 or maybe even the ZFS ones. I have been looking at the Carbonworks cages and that would save about 50g but the Arundel ones don't miss a beat and I have had zero problems.

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