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Donic
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Joined: Sun Jun 06, 2010 6:54 am
Location: Thailand

by Donic

junchen wrote:How are the trps and any weights?

Trp's are good. Just as good as other brakes I have tried.

Weight is around 7.2 kg (size 58). The wheels (Enve/Light Bicycle), 11-32 cassette, Garmin Vector, stem and handlebar aren't exactly light weight plus the added paint, so I guess it's OK.

martinko
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Location: Slovakia

by martinko

I have finally found occasion for a photo of my SystemSix, thanks @PinaRene for the matching wheelset.

It's red/black SystemSix '07 (?) with 7800 groupset, non-matching 54/42 Chorus crankset :) Deda Superzero cockpit, Deda Superleggera RS seatpost, Romin Evo Pro saddle, and old Shimano 105 PD-5610 pedals.
Not the lightest - 7.717 kg, it's a beast, I love it.

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Spinnekop
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Joined: Wed Jan 09, 2008 3:03 pm
Location: South Africa

by Spinnekop

martinko wrote:I have finally found occasion for a photo of my SystemSix, thanks @PinaRene for the matching wheelset.

It's red/black SystemSix '07 (?) with 7800 groupset, non-matching 54/42 Chorus crankset :) Deda Superzero cockpit, Deda Superleggera RS seatpost, Romin Evo Pro saddle, and old Shimano 105 PD-5610 pedals.
Not the lightest - 7.717 kg, it's a beast, I love it.

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The best bike that ever lived.
"In my experience, there is only one motivation, and that is DESIRE.
No reason or principle contain it or stand against it........"

martinko
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Location: Slovakia

by martinko

I was lucky to find it locally in very good condition, without major scratches or dents on the frame.

Only the fork bugged me (topic: SystemSix carbon fork with starnut), but I still ride it like that.

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573
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by 573

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My 2013 Evo Red with its new wheels: Enve 45s with Continental Competitions.

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toshi
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by toshi

Spinnekop wrote:
martinko wrote:I have finally found occasion for a photo of my SystemSix, thanks @PinaRene for the matching wheelset.

It's red/black SystemSix '07 (?) with 7800 groupset, non-matching 54/42 Chorus crankset :) Deda Superzero cockpit, Deda Superleggera RS seatpost, Romin Evo Pro saddle, and old Shimano 105 PD-5610 pedals.
Not the lightest - 7.717 kg, it's a beast, I love it.

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The best bike that ever lived.


:up:

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573
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by 573

2013 Evo Red updated with padded Berk Lupina and Carbonworks bottle-cage. Weight is 5.98kg as pictured.

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mcw
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by mcw

2016 SuperSix EVO HM with Dura Ace 9000 and Zipp 303 CL.

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AZR3
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Location: Az USA

by AZR3

Ive posted my Hi-MOD before but its gone under the knife so figured I'd update with some new pics

On April 3rd I was hit by a car and have been off the bike since. My Hi-MOD was cracked on the downtube and my leg was split open pretty bad. During my recovery I decided to get the frame repaired as we'd both have nasty scars, kind of a bonding thing lol

And since I'd have some free time after I had the frame repaired I started sanding. I was able to take 20g (305g->285g cut) off the fork and 90g (860g->770g) off the frame.

I previously had an SiSL2 crank with Extralite rings and a P2M spider but I've preordered a pair of Assioma DUO power meter pedals and switched to a SRAM Red BB30 crank. Net savings will only be a few grams but having the ability to have power on every bike is a big plus.

So I managed to hit 5.375kg and when I switch to the DUO pedals I should be right at 5.5kg or a hair above

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And i fixed the crossed cables already just didn't take any new pics

Also I'm looking for a sub 100g UD seat post if anyone knows of one let me know

If you're up for some gore i have pics of my leg on my Flickr photo stream (it looks much better now)

oldturd
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Joined: Thu Oct 06, 2016 12:10 am

by oldturd

here's my Craigslist find.. CAAD 10 105. Came with a 7 speed rear cassette for some reason. was supposed to be my winter bike.. :roll:

before:

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now:

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ultegra 6800
50/34 opi spidering sl with sisl2 cranks
slamthatstem headset cover
thomson 110mm -10
fulcrum lg7 with vittoria g+
king Ti cages

still a work in progress.... likely going to swap out the seat, seatpost, change to a 120 stem.. shrug.. so much for that winter bike.
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loudtiger
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by loudtiger

wow, oldturd - your simple changes really fixed that bike up.

oldturd
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by oldturd

loudtiger wrote:wow, oldturd - your simple changes really fixed that bike up.


thanks! i think slamming the stem made the most impact!

m4k1
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by m4k1

AZR3 wrote:Ive posted my Hi-MOD before but its gone under the knife so figured I'd update with some new pics

On April 3rd I was hit by a car and have been off the bike since. My Hi-MOD was cracked on the downtube and my leg was split open pretty bad. During my recovery I decided to get the frame repaired as we'd both have nasty scars, kind of a bonding thing lol

And since I'd have some free time after I had the frame repaired I started sanding. I was able to take 20g (305g->285g cut) off the fork and 90g (860g->770g) off the frame.

I previously had an SiSL2 crank with Extralite rings and a P2M spider but I've preordered a pair of Assioma DUO power meter pedals and switched to a SRAM Red BB30 crank. Net savings will only be a few grams but having the ability to have power on every bike is a big plus.

So I managed to hit 5.375kg and when I switch to the DUO pedals I should be right at 5.5kg or a hair above

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And i fixed the crossed cables already just didn't take any new pics

Also I'm looking for a sub 100g UD seat post if anyone knows of one let me know

If you're up for some gore i have pics of my leg on my Flickr photo stream (it looks much better now)



cable routing looks hella messy though...

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themidge
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Location: Edinburgh, Scotland

by themidge

AZR3 wrote:And i fixed the crossed cables already just didn't take any new pics


:roll: :wink:
:hello:
Cannondale Supersix 2008 (weight: tbc)
B'twin Triban 540 (weight: :oops: )
Vitus "Benotto" 979 (weight: :? )

Tom06
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by Tom06

oldturd wrote:here's my Craigslist find.. CAAD 10 105. Came with a 7 speed rear cassette for some reason. was supposed to be my winter bike.. :roll:

before:

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now:

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ultegra 6800
50/34 opi spidering sl with sisl2 cranks
slamthatstem headset cover
thomson 110mm -10
fulcrum lg7 with vittoria g+
king Ti cages

still a work in progress.... likely going to swap out the seat, seatpost, change to a 120 stem.. shrug.. so much for that winter bike.


Whoww great!
whats the bartape ref?

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