No saint MaxAri new setup

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teejay
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by teejay

My dream is true, after two years after many upgrades is in the world:

Frame - No Saint MaxAri 19"
Suspension Fork - DT Swiss XRC 100
Wheelset - Mavic crossmax slr disc 08
Skewers - KCNC Ti
Handlebar - KCNC SC Bone
Stem - KCNC SC Wing 100mm
Seat Post - KCNC Ti Prolite 30,9mm x 400mm
Brakes - Avid elixir cr mag + Hope floating saw 160mm + titan screws
Saddle - Tune Speedneedle
Shifters - Sram X.9 Trigger
Front Deraileur- Sram X9
Rear Deraileur- Sram X.0 wilth Short Cage + carbon Jokey Wheels
Cassette - Shimano XTR CS-M970
Chain - KMC X-9-SL
Crankset - THM Clavicula + Extralite OctraRamp
Pedals - CrankBrothers 4ti
Tires - Schwalbe Furios Fred Evo 26x2
Tire Sealant- no tubes
Grips - Scott Racing Lite Open Grips
Aheadset - Mortop HI-65

Total weight: 7860 grams

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MaLóL
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by MaLóL

Superb machine, really great. I would use a custom wheels rather than mavic.
Happy trails !!!!!

by Weenie


teejay
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by teejay

Yes, It will be next step :)

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toskij
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Location: Italy

by toskij

Sram X9 front derailleur is too heavy, why don't use a bottom pull road one?
too old to mtb, too young to die!

Colin
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by Colin

Yes, switch to some nice ZTR wheels and save ~200g or more!

XTR M980 front derailleur is also a bit lighter.

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tjk
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by tjk

you know my opinion on this setup :D
but in general I´d go for Kubanecs Schmolke :D complete with Rotor or extralite stem, some hope Race or brakes, and about wheels... lets say ZTR Alpine with DT swiss revolution on Extralite Hyperhubs with one sided radial spokes in front .... that would be more than hell of a good setup 8)
Not exactly pure Weightweenie.... but still crazy enought to hunt every possible gram (used to be, but still like reasonably light bikes :-))

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dariofox
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Location: Poznan(Poland)

by dariofox

Realy nice!
What about front derailleur?

eme999
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by eme999

A very beautiful bike, but please change the wheelset ;-))
ZTR MMx/alpina sapin xc rai, with dt swiss 240 or tune king /kong (prince /princess)
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teejay
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by teejay

New setup for 2012:

Frame - No Saint MaxAri 19"
Suspension Fork - DT Swiss XRC 100
Front wheel - ZTR Race 7000 + Tune Princess + DT Aerolite
Rear wheel - ZTR Podium mmx + Tune Prince + DT Aerolite
Skewers - KCNC Ti
Handlebar - Schmolke SL 600mm
Stem - Tune Geiles Teil 4.0 95mm
Seat Post - Schmolke TLO 400mm
Brakes - Avid elixir cr mag + Hope floating saw 160mm + titan screws
Saddle - Tune Speedneedle
Shifters - Sram X.9 Trigger
Front Deraileur- Sram X9
Rear Deraileur- Sram X.0 wilth Short Cage + carbon Jokey Wheels
Cassette - Shimano XTR CS-M970
Chain - KMC X-9-SL
Crankset - THM Clavicula + Extralite OctraRamp
Pedals - CrankBrothers 4ti
Tires - Schwalbe Furios Fred Evo 26x2
Tire Sealant- no tubes
Grips - Scott Racing Lite Open Grips
Aheadset - Mortop HI-65

Total weight: 7130 grams

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Robin v Berkel
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by Robin v Berkel

nice looking bike you got there :thumbup:
cannondale Rush carbon SL team 8.75kg/19.29 1x10
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old WW bikes
Epic carbon 2006 9.3kg
Spark 10 2008 8.2Kg
Anthem Adv 9kg ( solt after 3 weeks not done )
scalpel 2009 7.97kg

teejay
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by teejay

New setup for 2013 (change 3x9 for 2x10):

Frame - No Saint MaxAri 19"
Suspension Fork - DT Swiss XRC 100
Front wheel - ZTR Race 7000 + Tune Princess + DT Aerolite
Rear wheel - ZTR Podium mmx + Tune Prince + DT Aerolite
Skewers - Tune Skyline
Handlebar - Schmolke SL 600mm
Stem - Tune Geiles Teil 4.0 95mm
Seat Post - Schmolke TLO 400mm
Brakes - Avid XX World cup + Hope floating saw race 160mm (140 mm rear)+ titan screws
Saddle - Tune Speedneedle
Shifters - Sram XX Trigger
Front Deraileur- Sram Red Black edition
Rear Deraileur- Sram XX Medium Cage + carbon Jokey Wheels
Cassette - Sram XX 11-36
Chain - KMC X-10-SL
Crankset - THM Clavicula + FRM 26/40
Pedals - CrankBrothers 4ti
Tires - Schwalbe Furios Fred Evo 26x2
Tire Sealant- no tubes
Grips - Scott Racing Lite Open Grips
Aheadset - Mortop HI-65
Cable - Power Cordz Prime

Total weight: 6890 grams

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eme999
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by eme999

Your bike looks great but please change the power cords and the fast fred tieres, than you can have much more fun with your bike and the more weicht is arround 250g.
But the feeling is much better, i also ride mtb with 6,2kg but there was no fun.
You can save some weight on other parts!(take another-frame-brake...)
My Scott has in the race outfit 6,550kg with bar end bottle cage but lighter is for my body-weight not able :-(
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teejay
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by teejay

eme999: What is bad on the power cordz system? Yes, frame isn´t the lightnest, but frame serves well.

Colin
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by Colin

eme999 wrote:Your bike looks great but please change the power cords and the fast fred tieres, than you can have much more fun with your bike and the more weicht is arround 250g.

I personally really enjoyed riding Furious Freds! Definitely wouldn't use them for racing, but it made old easy trails a lot more challenging. And honestly, they weren't as scary in the corners as every one makes them out to be! So long as there wasn't any sand that is..

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Liggero
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by Liggero

very nice hybrid bike. I would change tires and fork and make it a real mtb. and saddle too. ;-)
Happy Trails !!!

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