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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 4:46 pm 
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That is very useful...

I have made a Google Sheets version which can be added to by anyone with the link...

Groupset Weight Comparison

Added the new Dura Ace 91xx components to it, and cleaned up the existing one.


Kudos to those of you that use spreadsheets. I have encouraged many of you to do this from the beginning. In general, people are too lazy nowadays and prefer to start vague threads where slew of people throw nothing but weights.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 9:24 pm 
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I think the mini group formula is off, some of them are counting the jagwire set

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 9:44 pm 
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mpulsiv wrote:
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That is very useful...

I have made a Google Sheets version which can be added to by anyone with the link...

Groupset Weight Comparison

Added the new Dura Ace 91xx components to it, and cleaned up the existing one.


Kudos to those of you that use spreadsheets. I have encouraged many of you to do this from the beginning. In general, people are too lazy nowadays and prefer to start vague threads where slew of people throw nothing but weights.

Yes I included the jagwire shifting cable set weight on the mechanical minigroups on all of them to keep it standard as they will need cables and housing, but is you apply minus 118 to all of them you will get the actual weight as published by he manufacturers, no affiliation to jagwire, but following sugarcane recommendation I add them to the calculation, but there are other options on the market that may be lighter and offer better or worse performance.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 10:17 pm 
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Anyone want to join me in making a bike version of PCPartsPicker?

That would be amazing.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 1:18 am 
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I couldn't help, but I'd definitely like something like that!

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 1:31 am 
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mpulsiv wrote:
Kudos to those of you that use spreadsheets. I have encouraged many of you to do this from the beginning. In general, people are too lazy nowadays and prefer to start vague threads where slew of people throw nothing but weights.


Excel is the best computer game ever made.

Which Jagwire model is being referred to on the sheet?

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Jagwire shift set elite


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 6:17 pm 
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Update on parts:
YBN SLA211 Ti chain weight published 207 grams/ 106l with quick link.

Fibre-lyte chainrings if they make a 110 bcd version 52/36.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 8:55 pm 
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Neckkoss wrote:
Update on parts:
YBN SLA211 Ti chain weight published 207 grams/ 106l with quick link.
Fibre-lyte chainrings if they make a 110 bcd version 52/36.


Those YBN titanium chains are hands-down the best for weight.
But it's a toss-up between saving weight or watts - i.e. whether the CeramicSpeed UFO-treated chains (KMC?) can add speed.

Interesting that Starbike lists the Fiber-Lyte 36t/110bcd, and the 50t and 53t, but no 52.
Fiber-Lyte is well known for custom pieces, surely they could make a 52 for you.


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I got on contact with Stephen from fiber-lyte his firts response wasn't to promising but I saw a few pics of a lightweight urgestalt here at the ww that have them, I will pm the other as he saw them for extralite rings to see if he still have the fiber ones and if he is willing to sell them, if not the praxis are on their way already from Colorado.


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They got those in 52T at UBYK where I got them from.

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52/36 praxis works rings


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On the etap was of by a few grams nothing crazy



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Thm classic, chainrings with bolts and speed play pedals on it.


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