29er DI2 Cannondale Flash - 7,34kg

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Scarpa
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by Scarpa

Flash 29'er, BallisTec Hi-MOD Carbon, SPEED SAVE, BB30 1.5 Si head tube
998g
Lefty 29'er Carbon XLR, 90mm, OPI, Solo Air, 1318g
Cannondale Custom 38/24, 605g
Di2 Shifters - http://www.jostec.com/, Customized bei Jostec, 150g
front derailleur http://www.ceetec.ch/, Customized bei Ceetec, Carbonadapter von S3 auf Anlötumwerfer, 20g
rear derailleur: Dura Ace Di2, 228g
Wheels: Extralite, Sapim Superspokes, 1210g
Conti XKing 510g, Bontrager 29-1 2.0 470g
Brakes: Sram XX World Cup / Magura MT8
bar: http://www.mcfk.de/ MCFK, 99g
stem: http://www.mcfk.de/ MCFK Lefty Adapter, 83g, Ritchey WCS -17°, 120g
saddle: http://www.pop-products.ch/ POP, 69g
weight: 7,34kg, inkl. Pedale und Flaschenhalter
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by Kastrup

Wow, simply wow!
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cezinho
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by cezinho

there is something in this weight that is not properly matching my calculations...

my bike is a Flash 26" weights 7750Kg and heavier than you I have

wheels +200gr
xx chainrings + 50gr max
saddle + 20gr
tunned 4ti - at least you seem so and mine are not tunned (40gr max)
TOT 300gr

but I halve lighter:
- stem - 30gr
- rear and front derr (XX) 100gr at least
- brakes (r1) -50gr
- tyres (Kenda Karma's) -50gr
- seatpost (maybe 20gr)
- lefty (-100gr)
- extralite grips much lighter than ESI -30gr
- lefty boot -50gr
- battery / cables /etc ???
AT least 450gr not considering the battery and cable.

or am I making some calculations wrong?

anyway, great bike and great project (di2)

Scarpa
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by Scarpa

Thanks for replay
Stem is 103g
150g are all cables including shifters and batteries
brakes are 15g heavier than my actual tuned R1
Eggbeater are also tuned 150g
Seatpost smud-carbon is 100g

regards

cezinho wrote:there is something in this weight that is not properly matching my calculations...

my bike is a Flash 26" weights 7750Kg and heavier than you I have

wheels +200gr
xx chainrings + 50gr max
saddle + 20gr
tunned 4ti - at least you seem so and mine are not tunned (40gr max)
TOT 300gr

but I halve lighter:
- stem - 30gr
- rear and front derr (XX) 100gr at least
- brakes (r1) -50gr
- tyres (Kenda Karma's) -50gr
- seatpost (maybe 20gr)
- lefty (-100gr)
- extralite grips much lighter than ESI -30gr
- lefty boot -50gr
- battery / cables /etc ???
AT least 450gr not considering the battery and cable.

or am I making some calculations wrong?

anyway, great bike and great project (di2)

cezinho
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by cezinho

well decide you self: is the stem 120gr as written above or 102?

amazing how smudec now makes seatpost lighter than schmolke or mcfk.....
:noidea:
you should chek your weights, please.

Scarpa
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by Scarpa

Here are the weights of the stem and the seatpost
regards
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cezinho wrote:well decide you self: is the stem 120gr as written above or 102?

amazing how smudec now makes seatpost lighter than schmolke or mcfk.....
:noidea:
you should chek your weights, please.


Omni also makes seatposts lighter than Schmolke and MCFK, for a fraction of the price.
The old kings of weight have competition. 8)
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TimmS
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by TimmS

That frontclamp on the stam is realy small, doesn't it create high tress on the handlebars?
And what are those bolts, black titanium?

Scarpa
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by Scarpa

Meanwhile i use the original plate again (has the same weight)
bolts are steal - titanium is just 3-4 g lighter

TimmS wrote:That frontclamp on the stam is realy small, doesn't it create high tress on the handlebars?
And what are those bolts, black titanium?

dcj9
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by dcj9

gorgeous build. i would need to be a better rider to deserve this bike (i'm very very slow on technical off road bits)

zzeuzz
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by zzeuzz

nice build

which cassette is it?

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by kfa

Scarpa wrote:front derailleur http://www.ceetec.ch/", Customized bei Ceetec, Carbonadapter von S3 auf Anlötumwerfer, 20g


I'm building a Scalpel with a DI2 setup. This adapter is exactly what i'm looking for. I've been trying to contact ceetec by mail for a few weeks now, but no response yet. Do you know if there is any online shops that stocks the adapter?

//Kaare

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