All Specialized Tarmacs

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LittleSprinter
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by LittleSprinter

With inspiration of a new topic that someone has posted with posting all Colnagos, I'd like to do a similar thread with Specialized Tarmacs. Here is mine, but share all of yours.

2009 Tarmac SL2
Campagnolo Chorus Group
Nokon Housing
FSA Omega compact bar
FSA QS 115 stem
FSA post
Fizik Aliente
Look Keo
Arundel Cages
Campagnolo Neutron wheels
(Zipp 404s soon)

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miltmaster3
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by miltmaster3

Frame: tarmac pro (2008 model) size 54 1080gr
Fork: specialized 310gr
Headset: specialized 70gr
Headset cup - specialized 15gr
Headset spacers: Ritchey carbon 20mm 10gr
Handlebar: ritchey wcs 235 gr
Handlebar tape: pro 60gr
Stem: ritchey wcs logic II 122 gr
Seatpost: specialized Pro SL 220gr
Seatpost clamp: specialized 22gr
Saddle: san marco titan 183gr
Rear derailleur: dura ace 164gr
Front derailleur: dura ace 64gr
Controls: dura ace 365gr
Brakes: dura ace 293gr
Crankset: sram red 08 39/53 640gr
Crankset cups: Truvativ 116gr
Pedals: look keo 278gr
Chain: KMC X10SL 240 gr
Cassette: ultegra 12-25 232gr
Lockring: ultegra 14gr
Housing-cables: shimano 220gr
Cable guide plate: 5gr
Wheels: mavic cosmic carbon 1740gr
Quick releases: kcnc 44 gr
Tyres: maxxis Columbiere x2 23mm 400gr
Tubes: 200gr

total 7342 gr
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Sacke
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by Sacke

6,8kg with bottle cages, computer mount, pedals... as pictured.

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Most of the parts are visible, so no specific parts list. The handlebar(s?) is an Easton EA70.

junfeng
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by junfeng

Holy Moly! :shock:

NICE! :D

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tochnics
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by tochnics

looking good sacke
i always wanted to know how my tarmac with record would look like with bora s and it looks fast

i will post mine as soon as i can but i am still looking for that lotery ticket to complete the swap from force to sr11
i am aiming for sub 6kg with alu clinchers for a 56cm

keep m coming those tarmacs
Join the light side

a light bike does make you go faster unless you are slow

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TTiago
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by TTiago

Here's mine with different setups...

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6790g

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Recently i've changed my pedals to Look's Carbon so some weight saved.

I'm in the middle of a new wheelset assembly, i hope next week i have it done.

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TTiago
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by TTiago

New upgrade done, new trainning wheel set. Forgot to weigh the wheels before mounting them...though i weighed the bike complete, it's an amazing 6,840gr with computer and seat bag holder too.

Nice home made wheels never seen on this forum before :)

Pic's soon.

sawyer
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by sawyer

TTiago wrote:New upgrade done, new trainning wheel set. Forgot to weigh the wheels before mounting them...though i weighed the bike complete, it's an amazing 6,840gr with computer and seat bag holder too.

Nice home made wheels never seen on this forum before :)

Pic's soon.


that is a good pro weight ... i like it when bikes are in the 6.8 - 7kg range.

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TTiago
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by TTiago

Here it goes, 6,840g now there's only 41g to go down under the line!

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Specs:
Rims - Rigida 24h Cobra Pro Carbride
Hubs - Dura-ace 7800 32h
Spokes - Revolution with brass nipples
Skrewers - No brand, copy of Tune.

I know...not that good looking to see or "Fast Bike" looking but it's a bike that suits my needs of climbing, i live in a very hilly place :twisted:

jhamlin38
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by jhamlin38

I'm in LOVE with this thing! GP4 Season tires are awesome. Alligator I-Links are really sensational, and easton ec90slx bars with token stem is perfect. Image

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Newton
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by Newton

Mine:

Tarmac sl2 2009 56
Roval fusee sl
Sram Force
Fulcrum RS ct
Deda zero100
Deda Newton shallow 44 c/c
Look kèo carbon
Specizlized Toupè team
Specialized rib cage x2
Contintal gp4000s

Final weight 6.98 kg

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Sacke
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by Sacke

TTiago wrote:Here it goes, 6,840g now there's only 41g to go down under the line!

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Specs:
Rims - Rigida 24h Cobra Pro Carbride
Hubs - Dura-ace 7800 32h
Spokes - Revolution with brass nipples
Skrewers - No brand, copy of Tune.

I know...not that good looking to see or "Fast Bike" looking but it's a bike that suits my needs of climbing, i live in a very hilly place :twisted:


All you have to do is to replace the stem and put on a Deda zero 100 SC. That ought to get you under the UCI-limit.

13endix
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by 13endix

wow the 2 last bikes really look GREAT!! love the red stripe on the tube & fork :D

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Sacke
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by Sacke

Sacke wrote:6,8kg with bottle cages, computer mount, pedals... as pictured.

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Most of the parts are visible, so no specific parts list. The handlebar(s?) is an Easton EA70.


Switched the quick releases to KCNC and the pedals to Look Carbon Ti... whoops... -150g.

The bike is now 6.65kg. Still rock solid race machine. :)

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wuwo
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by wuwo

here is my babe.....



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