My Scott CR1 Team Issue

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Kasparz
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by Kasparz

Got this beauty few day's ago and couldn't be happier with it, even I haven't ridden it yet and neither I will till spring.

It is around 7Kg as listed, but my goal is to make it sub6kg yet maintaining aero profile with tubular wheelset, lighter stem, saddle, ti skewers, KMC X10SL chain(already have one, but Record chain still have plenty life left). Tubular wheelset already would drop around 500g from wheels, tubular tires around 100g. SL Carbones i will save for training rides as tubulars are only suitable for racing due to dirty roads with lots of debris.

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Frame – ‘05/06 Scott CR1 Team Issue, 58cm
Fork – Scott CR1 Team Issue, cut steerer tube
Brakes - Campagnolo Record Skeleton
Bar – Syntace Racelite Carbon, 42cm, 31.8mm
Bar Tape - Deda black
Cables Brake – Campagnolo
Cables Shift – Campagnolo
Cassette - Campagnolo Record Alloy/Ti 13-26
Crank – Campagnolo Record 53/39, 175mm
Chain - Campagnolo Record
Derailleurs – Campagnolo Record 10
Headset - Ritchey WCS Carbon
Headset compressor - FSA Carbon Compressor Pro
Pedals - Look Keo Carbon Ti
Saddle – Fizik Arione Saunier Duval
Seatpost - Ritchey WCS Carbon
Shifters - Campagnolo Record 10
Skewers – Mavic
Stem - BBB BHS-19 Fullfiber, 110mm, 31.8mm
Tires – Michelin Pro 3 Race
Tubes –
Wheels – Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL
Last edited by Kasparz on Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:40 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Very nicely set up. There are some lighter options besides wheels such as brakes that could save 100 grams. 53, 11 cranks? :shock:
RESIDENT GRUMPY OLD MAN.

by Weenie


Kasparz
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by Kasparz

Edited thet one. I'm going to get a 11-21 or 11-23 casette for racing wheelset tho. About brakes i'm curious, becaue Campa brakes feels and looks nice. Option for upgrade is KCNC, but these just seems not so aero as Campa brakes.

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timintense
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by timintense

sweet build,wheels suit the frame :thumbup:
My bikes:-
- 2014 Lapierre Zesty AM 727-11.9kg
- 2012 Storck Fenomalist Di2 - 7.1kg

Carbon - Lightens your bike and your wallet
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swimmingskibble
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by swimmingskibble

With the fur rug, it looks like a porn shoot. Surprised the bike isn't wearing a silk robe! Just kidding. The bike looks pretty rad.

facelessfools
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by facelessfools

wait is that on your bed?

looks sick! needs black and yellow tape!

Kasparz
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by Kasparz

Yes, as a matter of fact thats my bed. This bike is only bike from four I own that has made it's way to the bed.

flying
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by flying

Very nice build Kasparz

I agree on the brakes....it is one place I do not consider weight 1st
I did & went back to mavic ssc's

Congrats & Enjoy

Kasparz
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by Kasparz

Already bought Lightweight 120mm AlphaQ stem
Alloy CNC Pro-Lite 11-25 campy casette
KMC X10SL chain

Wheelset should be here next week. Need to get scales too. Also a carbon saddle and Ti skewers. Will be under 6Kg.

Kasparz
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by Kasparz

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Wheelset arrived. Will be on bike once i'll get at least scales and ti skewers.

Kasparz
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by Kasparz

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Skewers arrived and I just could not resist putting it all together. I have scales and saddle on my way, already have chain and stem, but I will mount these only after I will get scales. Brakes will be most likely upgraded to something lighter too.

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Powerful Pete
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by Powerful Pete

Like it. Race bike.

Please let us know the final weight. With an on-bed shot too! :mrgreen:
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
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by donham1

Nice Scott! What's your saddle to bar drop?

Kasparz
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by Kasparz

Around 20cm from saddle to bars. I have very long legs and arms, and I'm very flexy. I have a 10mm longer stem and it will drop another centimeter or so.

There i'm on old Giant, you can compare my arms to other riders.
http://smpic.lv/r99ce9.jpg

Kasparz
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by Kasparz

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Got scales today and saddle. Switched to new stem too. Weight is 6.44Kg as pictured, but still I need new brakes, few lighter bolts and tweaks. Few parts turned out much heavier then I expected.

by Weenie


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