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 Post subject: Oktavia
PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2003 1:04 pm 
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As a true weenie the Oktavia will have to go ;) Have you tried any of the AX range? Or even a SLR - half the weight in standard form and down to 64g with the C64


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2003 3:08 pm 
Yea, tried the Slr...outch...after 1 hour i couldnt sit on it no more. Well see,s to me the light saddles arent made for me...when u look at most pros, they drive comfortable saddles too. The "a s s" needs more care than the face...hhehe


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2003 4:19 pm 
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I have ridden a Rolls, then a Flite and now an SLR and I have to say it's very comfortable. But you have to mount it, ride a hundred km and then the SLR is flat. Then you can adjust it.


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Location: Belgium
Frame Scott RC AFD Team Issue XL 58cm 1030
Fork Scott Team Issue Monocoque 1"1/8 370
Front rim Ambrosio Crono F20 32 hole 340
Rear rim Ambrosio Crono F20 32 hole 340
Spokes + nipples Sapim CX-Ray 340
Front hub FRM Feather 73
Rear hub FRM Team SL (Campagnolo) 203
Front wheel weight 583
Rear wheel weight 713
Wheel weight 1296
Tubulars A. Dugast 23mm 500
Tubular glue Vittoria 60
Skewers FRM 2 63
Cranck arms Campagnolo Record Carbon 2004 500
Chainrings Campgnolo Ultra-drive EPS 39-52 0
Chainring bolts Record carbon 0
Cranck bolts FRM Al 0
Bottom bracket FRM CU-2 Quadro Ti 102mm 140
Ergopowers Record 10s Ultra 2004 324
Shift housings Campagnolo Record 39
Brake housings Nokon Konkavex Gold 38
Inner cables Campagnolo 40
Cable guide plate Campagnolo plastic 7
Front shift lever No 0
Front derailleur Campagnolo Record 10s 2004 with clamp 69
Rear derailleur Campagnolo Chorus 10s 2004 202
Cassette Lightbike 10s 12-26 120
Cassette lockring Shimano Dura-Ace 6
Chain Shimano Dura-Ace 290
Brakes FRM Caliper Road + Recor brake pads 245
Saddle Selle Italia SLR 140
Seatpost USE Alien 27,7*350mm 160
Seatpost clamp Extralite ultra clamp 12
Pedals Look 430
Headset Extralite The Head 1"1/8 74
A-headset spacers Carbon 30mm 15
Top cap Storck Carbon -3
Plug Extralite The Head 1"1/8 0
Stem 3TTT Zepp XL 125mm 150
Handlebar 3TTT Zepp XL 44cm 215
Handlebar tape Plastic 40
Bottle cages Tune carbon 18
6589
Paste it in Excell and you see my sub 6.8kg plan, but with alu rims (340g and 32holes), heavy look pedals and a ZeppXL Stem non-anatomic handlebar combination. So with 1200g wheels your bike is under 6kg


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2003 5:33 pm 
Sounds good to me... :D :shock:


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