My New Bike

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Superlite
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by Superlite

You can't buy the scott frame in the U.S., only in Europe. Your best bet is with Gypzybikz.

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Delpi
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by Delpi

I HAVE BOUGHT THE FRAME FROM WWW.SHOCKBIKE.COM
IT'S IN ITALIAN.

IF SOMEONE WANTS AN OFFER CAN TRY THROUGH EMAIL:
info@shockbike.com

TODAY I HAVE TESTED THE BIKE. IT'S FANTASTIC.
THE FRAME IS VERY STIFF.
I AM VERY SATISFIED. :lol:

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spytech
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by spytech

Delpi, let us know what your thoughts are on the easton ec90 slx fork? what is your weight and height?

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Delpi
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by Delpi

The fork is stiff :D . I am very very sotisfief.
My weight: 68 Kg
My height: 181 cm
Frame Size: L (56cm)
There is a 5 years warranty for this fork!!!!!!!!!!!
Go to this link. There are new forks!!
Ec90 Aero version :shock:
Ec90 SL with straight leg :D

http://www.eastonbike.com/COMPONENTS/comp_forks.html

Bye Bye
Ciao Zauri

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spytech
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by spytech

Delpi wrote:The fork is stiff :D . I am very very sotisfief.
My weight: 68 Kg
My height: 181 cm
Frame Size: L (56cm)
Ec90 Aero version :shock:
Ec90 SL with straight leg :D


do they make the SLx with straight legs and what is the difference?

and i am 13.5kg heavier than you and 183cm in height do you think it will make a differnce with this fork?

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Delpi
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by Delpi

No the SLx is produced only with curved legs

I think that you must use a heavier fork.

I think that the Slx is too much lighter for your weight (81Kg) but there isn't a "weight limit" for the use of the Easton forks.

You could use this fork:
Look HCS4 SL Claimed Weight 325gr
I suspect that HCS4 is stiffer than Easton SLx.
Ciao Zauri

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