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 Post subject: It's my bike!
PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2003 10:04 pm 
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Here's my baby. Every penny I earned for the last two years went into it, and thats hard for a college student to get away with. Getting close to breaking 14lbs, but I not quite there yet. Any tips much appreciated.

Frame:Douglas Stealth, scandium 53cm 1039g
Fork: Columbus Supermuscle 369g
Headset: American classic 1-1/8in 77g
Stem: Ritchey WCS 110mm 8deg 131g
Handlebar: Kestrel EMS Pro SL 42cm 168g
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Evolution 119g
Seatpost: Douglas carbon 26.8mm 185g
Seat Binder: Extralite 31.8mm 13g
Front Der. Dura Ace 83g
Rear Der. Dura Ace 196g
Shift/brake: Durace 428g
Crankset: FSA Carbon Superlight 172.5 511g
Crank bolts: FSA 20g
BB: Dura Ace 173g
Cassette: Dura ace 12-23 158g
Chain: SRAM 89R hollow pin 254g
Brakes: CAT CLAWS Ti PRO 178g
Wheels: Velomax Asscent 2 1425g
Rim Tape: Velox 28g
Tubes: Performance Lunar light 98g
Tires: Veloflex 22mm 383g
QR's: U.S.E Alien Ti. 56g
Cables and housing: IRD Meta wire 81g
Pedals: Speedplay X1 with Ti insert 142g
battle cages: IRD Carbon 16g

Total 6331g or 13.94lbs

Administrator, could you add this to the gallery of light bikes? thanks.


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Looks very very nice, a job well done!
Enjoy.


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Ya baby! looks like it could fly! :lol: :lol: :lol:


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could you send me the details

i just need a better bike pic i have the spec

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2003 10:00 pm 
Dude, lose 5 extra grams and cut the steerer tube on your fork and lose the spacers on top...just a thought...other than that great job.


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 Post subject: It's my bike
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How do the brakes work?
Thanks
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They work great, better then DA. Check my other post.

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They work great, better then DA. Check my other post.

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Forgot to ask if anyone knows where to buy cycle dynamics titanium cassettes? Thanks.

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Superlite wrote:
Forgot to ask if anyone knows where to buy cycle dynamics titanium cassettes? Thanks.


You can find them on their website http://www.cycle-dynamics.com/.
Just send an e-mail to order them.
You can save another 100 gram by changing the BB into a FRM Ti and with Tune carbon / carbon-aramid bottle cages


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My cranks are Octa link, not compatable, besides it would save only 35g, not 100, plus not as stiff. The Tune cages suck, you can only use special bottles, I'm going with IRD 16G carbon.

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Superlite wrote:
My cranks are Octa link, not compatable, besides it would save only 35g, not 100, plus not as stiff. The Tune cages suck, you can only use special bottles, I'm going with IRD 16G carbon.


I meant 100g (BB + bottle cages)


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What ever. Thanks for the tip.

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Now thats a nice bike!


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