My new Scott Scale10 build

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cyclemanpat
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by cyclemanpat

finally got it together....sits at 18.9 lbs. Not a bad start, want to get it to 17.5 lbs. or so....working on that as we speak! :D Feels great on the trails...smooth and very fast. the Sid race is a very plush fork when dialed in
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Detail build list please. Or its not yours :D

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cyclemanpat
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by cyclemanpat

scott scale10 Medium
sid race fork
XX crankset
XO rear derailleur
XO grip shift
XTR e-type front derailleur(only option for the scale)
Stans Olympic wheels
slr saddle
syntace stem(ti bolts)
scandium flat bars
kcnc bar ends
kcnc skewers
Dura ace cassette
KMC 10SL gold chain
crank brothers 4-ti pedals
Elixir carbon brakes
ashima 160 rotor
ritchey carbon post....will be changed soon
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thewatchtech
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Pat that looks like the perfect machine for this year's E/I race. :wink:

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cyclemanpat
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by cyclemanpat

well hello matt! I had to break down and build a MTB bike. The cross/MTB mix bike I was using is fast, but killed my back especially with all the ruts at EI! Now i can take all your KOM's out there..LOL
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Are you using the xo 10speed grip shift? If so, can you comment on them please?

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cyclemanpat
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no....9 speed
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cyclemanpat wrote:Now i can take all your KOM's out there..LOL


Should be easy with a bike that's 6lbs lighter than my Turner! :lol:

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cyclemanpat wrote:XTR e-type front derailleur(only option for the scale)


You can get a sram xx fd for 38.2 mm seattube - i have it on my Scale. Works good and the weight is 119,5 grams (from my memory).

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if i dont decide to go single ring up front, i will look into that....thanks!
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Mads Kock .....I might do the XX front derailleur. I see there are lots of options, just to be sure....do i need a Top pull? and you can get a High or Low clamp in the top pull....what do I need? thanks!!!
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You need toppull high clamp and then 38.2 mm :-)

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thanks!!
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you have any pics of your Scale with the XX front derailleur? I noticed when looking at my frame there is little piece that sticks out right above the BB that the e-type derailleur uses....did this affect the clamping of the XX derailleur??
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No problems - because of the high clamp the band sits higher. Look at my blog - there are pictures of my Scale :-)

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