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facelessfools
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by facelessfools

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There will be a new fork on it any day now along with some more cool ano bolts. Looking to make it 650b as well and sooner then that internal cable routing. or at least underside the shift cables to bottom pull the front derailleur and make the brake hose internal. I can't stand the extra housing dangling at the rear...
It was 18lbs/8.1kg flat with heavier brakes and extralite crank but went back to double for longer races so im guessing it's got to be right under that right now.

Brake: KCNC X7................................................ .......169/187
Brake Rotor: KCNC floating blue 160..............................?/?
Brake Rotor Bolts: 6ti 6blue alloy.................................24
Cables: powercords........................................ ..........8g
Bottle Cage:Bonty XXX..............................................?
Cassette: 11-32 XX................................................ ???
Chain: kmc sl10(Blue/Black).......................................?
Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram SL....... ...................?
Chain Ring:Rotor XX................................................ ??
Axle: Stock Al filed to fit............................................ ??
Bolts: (incuded w/ rings)..........................................???
Bottom Bracket: RealWorldCycling BSA30......................???
Derlr (R): sram RED w/ KCNC 10t pullys, carbon inner plate ......?
Derlr (F): Sram RED w/ KCNC clamp(35), X-pull.....................?
Fork: Magura durin sl+starnut........................................ .1357
Frame: Carbon............................................ ...........1423
Grips: KCNC White.............. .................................??
Handlebar: MCFK 620m......................................???
Headset: Loaded ceramic...............................????
Pedals: Crank Bro's egg beater 2ti w/ ward axles............182
Seat: Selle Italia slr............................................... .....?????
Seatpost clamp: Tune Cappy Blue.................................72g
Shifters: xx .................................................. ...........???
Skewers: TI w/ Carbon Handle.....................................43
Stem: Tune 90mm............... .....................................???
Top cap/spacers: Extralite, POPS 5mm & Kedge garmin..........???
Tire (Front): Conti. Xking 2.2 racesport.........................???
Tire (Rear): Schwalbe racing ralph 2.1........... ..............???
Wheelset: .................................................. ..........1305g
Wheel Front: .................................................. .......592g
Hub: Mack 32h Super Light Front ...............................80g
Rim: NoTubes ZTR Alpine ..........................................326
Spokes: DT 1.8's w/ nipple's.......................................186
Wheel Rear: .................................................. .........713g
Hub: Mack 32h Super Light Rear.............. ..................200
Rim: NoTubes ZTR Alpine............................................ 327
Spokes: DT 1.8's w/ nipples.........................................18 6
Valves: Blue alloy + purly collars...................................8g

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facelessfools
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by facelessfools

Im in the works of adding internal cable routing to my project. I've been planning on it for a long time but decided to go for it this week so here is the start...

the initial gluing of the rear cable, got cleaned up which you will see.
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glue filed down and cleaned up
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front cable initial gluing..
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exit holes initial gluing
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second exit hole
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another angle
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and the head view and my puppy! Maxine. (Logo is of my friends bike shop bikenerd simi valley, CA but im stationed in VA now)
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So a lot of work invested so far and 2 more holes to punch for the rear cable and two for the brake line.


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by Getter

How are the Nokons holding up in the dirt? Does grime get inbetween the links?

facelessfools
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by facelessfools

they have held up very well. They have been on the bike for well over a year and paired with powercordz they still shift amazing.

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