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Evo99
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by Evo99

Supersix Evo Nano Black Series
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CaptainP
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Horizons wrote:

CaptainP, what chainrings do you have on that CAAD?


The stock Red chainrings where i've painted the grey area black. Masked the bits with tape, and gave it a good clean with some acetone. After that 4-6 layers of mat black spray paint. I used a paint inted for bumbers on cars, since it should be somekind of resistance to bumps/scratches? :noidea:

I have another set that needs paint, and i'm thinking that i'll try some Hammerite spray that should be really good on metal.

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frohrider
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Crashtest wrote:
frohrider wrote:63cm.. 6.2kg with Powermeter and Bora 35 (23mm/25mm)


Is the a Force 22 crankset? Looks good with the Chorus group! All-around awesome. I would love a bike just like that, though I would probably opt for a different saddle.


As others stated it's a Quarq Elsa (Powermeter) - otherwise I would still run my matching Super Record Crankset (also with the old graphics). Saddle is a SMUD II - it's light but not so nice aesthetically 8)
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Here's my dales at the moment. The caad 5 is my commuter bike with full dura ace and 38 mm 1300 gram tubulars. Image
Here is my six13. It has dura ace and sram red components. It also has 38 mm 1300 gram tubulars also. It weighs in at 16.5 lbs. Image

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Poor quality pictures. 6767g on the dot without the Garmin. New saddle on the way should save 30g. Probably could save another 50 cutting down the super long seatpost.

2013 Super Six Evo Hi-Mod 56cm
Dura Ace 9000 group
Rotor 3D+ Power2Max with Rotor Aero Q-Rings
Bontrager Race X Lite TLR's with Vittoria latex tubes and GP4000s for training
Zipp SL Speed Post
Zipp Service Course SL 130mm stem
Zipp Service Course SL 80 40cm bars
KCNC ti skewers
Nokons on the brake cables.

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My Cannondale Scalpel upgraded a bit for this season:
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Looks very old school weenie Cerro! :D

What is the weight at the moment?

cfrankscid
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Here is my SS Evo.
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Pacenti Sl23 w/Chris King R45/CX-Ray (28/24)
Ritchey C260 Stem
Ritchey setback carbon seatpost
GP4000s II 25c Tires

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DanW: 8,51kg. Heavy wheels
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CaptainP
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Sits at just under 7,2kg, still needs new cages.

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KWalker
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With the November Rail 52s laced to Alchemy hubs. DA9000 rings and 4 bolt P2M are on their way: Image
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Crashtest
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by Crashtest

CaptP - Loving that bike. Good job.

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ScuderiaDouroux
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by ScuderiaDouroux

It's amazing how much better SRAM Red cranksets look with all black chainrings. They look butt ugly when stock.

Great job, CaptainP!
Long live the horizontal top tube, standard crankset, and Italian threaded bottom bracket.

JasperGr
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by JasperGr

CaptainP how did you managed to get those chainrings black? I really like it!


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nagge
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by nagge

CaptainP wrote:Sits at just under 7,2kg, still needs new cages.


Looks great! If you could just turn down the bars a little so that the drops sit parallel with the top tube it would look even better I think :)

Also, how do you like the GP4000S II tires? And did you weigh them?

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