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altergrafx
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by altergrafx

Capo.

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jerade
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by jerade

laleme wrote:Image

~6.6kg as shown, and <6.4kg with the CCUs.


Really badass stealthy bike! :idea:

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Nailey13
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by Nailey13

jerade wrote:
laleme wrote:
~6.6kg as shown, and <6.4kg with the CCUs.


Really badass stealthy bike! :idea:


You gotta remove that white stripe on the 3T ARX Pro stem and then it'll be perfect.
"He who lets the world, or his own portion of it, choose his plan of life for him has no need of any other faculty than the ape-like one of imitation" (J.S. Mill, On Liberty).

manne
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WileEcoyote
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by WileEcoyote

Hello all, first post! Here is my current ride, a bit old school:

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2005 Cannondale Six13 w/ SI fork (size 56)
Shimano Dura Ace 7800 shifters, brakes, and derailleurs
Shimano R-700 crankset 50-34 / Dura Ace 7800 BB, chain and 12-27 cassette
Shimano Dura Ace 7800 wheelset / Michelin Pro 3 tires
Ritchey WCS Logic 2 carbon bars
Ritchey WCS wet black alloy stem and seatpost
Specialized Taupe saddle
Look Keo Classic pedals
Profile Elite carbon cages
Weight is about 16.8 lbs. / 7.6 kgs.

wineguy
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Dammit wrote:Dragster style is clearly the new look for H2 2012:


Forgive the iPhone picture, I'll replace it with a better photo when it's light tomorrow.

6.75kg with the Zipps- 210g heavier than the Farsports wheelset.


Fantastic looking bike, Congratulations very well put together

Dammit
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by Dammit

Thanks! I just had a big debate with myself as to whether or not to change the frame to an Evo Di2, but I think I'm probably going to keep the System Six and upgrade the power meter to the latest wireless version.

woody55
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by woody55

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1989 Cannondale R400, 3.0 Series Al frame, full Shimano 105, all original components. Had it since new, got it when I graduated high school in the spring of 1990, weighs a ton and I'm going to keep it that way.

chiumomo
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by chiumomo

manne wrote:This is my first post on the board so I thought I would share my ride.

Cheers



Very hot :thumbup:
How much does it weight?

wineguy
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Dammit wrote:Thanks! I just had a big debate with myself as to whether or not to change the frame to an Evo Di2, but I think I'm probably going to keep the System Six and upgrade the power meter to the latest wireless version.


I'd keep the System Six thats a great looking bike.

ajmit3
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by ajmit3

Edit, will include a proper photo..

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Guerdi
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by Guerdi

Lovely machine woody55 :no1:

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cerro
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by cerro

First ride on my Scalpel yesterday. Really nice bike. 8,38kg:
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