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 Post subject: Scott Addict R3 6.1kg
PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2013 8:49 pm 
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Location: Ireland
The wheels are Chinese,not the real deal.
Weight 6.1kg
80% of the bike is 2nd hand off Ebay.
Frame: Scott Addict R3 56CM Paint removed 913g
Fork:Giant (unknown model,paint removed) 337g
Headset:BBB 58g
Steerer Bung:Unknown 29g
Topcap: FSA 11G
Stem:BBB 125g
Bars:Ritchey Superlogic 192g
Tape & Plugs:Deda 30g
Crank:Sram Red 645g
BB:Sram Pressfit 93g
Pedals:Look Keo Ti 196g
F/Mech:7900 62g
R/Mech 7900 161g
Shifters:7900 365g
Calipers:Planet X 210g
Wheels:Chinese 38mm Carbon Clinchers 1325g
Tyres:Vittoria Diamante Pro Light 348g
Tubes:Supersonic's 102g
Skewers:Ebay Ti 37g
Cages:Mt Zoom 22g
Cage Bolts:Alloy 4g
Seatpost:Ritchey Stubby 115g
Saddle:Chinese Ebay full carbon 98g
Brake cable outer:Alligator i-link 34g
Brake cable inner:KCNC 25g
Gear cable outer:Alligator i-link 42g
Gear cable inner:KCNC 22g

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 Post subject: Scott Addict R3 6.1kg
Posted: Thu Dec 05, 2013 8:49 pm 


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2013 9:28 pm 
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Clever purchases! Congrats.

I especially like the red KCNC cabling. Very subtle.

What do you make of the Mt Zoom cages. New Ultimate has / had a similar one.

Did you ever ride your Addict with the original Scott fork? If yes, how's it handle now with the Giant fork? Do they have the same specs - trail, rake, etc.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2013 1:36 am 
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Location: Ireland
@ Johnny,the Mt Zoom cages are moved over from my last bike.I have about 18 months use out of them so far and find they hold the bottle well,are 11g in weight and are still in one piece!!

As for the forks,well the Scott frame came from ebay without a fork.I spotted the Giant forks on ebay,claiming to be 337g.They were 1 1/8 steerer,made of carbon and 337g in weight.So I won the auction,fitted them to the Scott frame and it rides/feels great.I have no idea of their rake etc etc,but the bike /fork combo goes where I point it!!!


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 22, 2013 10:09 pm 
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Sweet looking build! I like the red accents.. the red jockey wheels are pretty sweet! I'm guessing the cassette is a DA? I would like to do the red accents on my Felt F1c that I'm giving a weight weenie treatment to this winter.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 6:01 pm 
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@ moriskod,yes the cassette is 7900 Dura ace,27-11.The red jockey wheels are from Ebay,from the Far East and easy to find.
Post up you're F1c when its finished.I have a soft spot for Felt's.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 29, 2013 4:33 pm 
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Location: heaven, EU
nice build. please tell me how do you remove paint off carbon? and how do you like the carbon chinese saddle? i just ordered a carbon saddle...


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 30, 2013 12:48 pm 
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The paint is removed by holding a Stanley blade at 45 degree's and pulling it towards you.This scrapes the paint off.Use this method on most of the frame/forks.For the hard to reach area's I used sandpaper.It took 36 hours,as the Addict had 3 layers of paint that was very tough/hard.For the BB area I had to use 200 grade to remove the last off the paint.
I find the carbon saddle very comfortable,as Ive done 3 120km rides on one this week.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 07, 2014 6:03 pm 
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thanks for reply.
cheers


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 09, 2014 7:53 am 
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Sad but true. The Giant fork looks way better than the bulky shouldered Scott fork and fits very good to this perfect repainted frame.
well done. :thumbup:

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