Neo Hyper SL 2013

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phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

a newly built Neo Hyper SL complete bike. enjoy =)
Frame - Neo Hyper SL 2013
Fork - 3T Rigida Team Stealth
Seatclamp - New Ultimate
Stem - 3T ARX Team Stealth
Handlebar - 3T Ergonova Team Stealth
Seatpost - 3T Doric Team Stealth
Saddle - Selle Italia SLR125
Wheelset - Zipp 303 FC
Tire - Zipp
Groupset - Sram Force + Red BB30 crankset
Pedal - Speedplay Zero
Total weight 6.2kg
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prendrefeu
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by prendrefeu

MMMMM :twisted:

What's the new frame weight since it's "SL" ?
Fork weight?
Is it now PF30, or still BB30?
Also, in the past I noticed that the headset cups in the headtube were silver and noticable, are they now black or a bit more hidden?
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phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

actual frame weight is 790g at size 48cm and 838g at 55cm.
fork weight is around 340g.
bb30.
the aluminum cup is wrapped by carbon and invisible!

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prendrefeu
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Nice. :thumbup:
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anindita
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by anindita

SUPERB SUPER STEALTH BIKE !!!
4 thumbs UP!!
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Stockie
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by Stockie

Is there a website with more info about the Neo frames?
The link in phallenthoul's signature doesn't work...
I Will make the leap

Simon BP
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by Simon BP

You gotta loose that wannabe "carbon" FD mount and get a mcfk real carbon one in UD finish to match that lovely frame and lovely build! :)
Love the stealth look of the bike, and bet it looks even better in the flesh!

ArferBar
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by ArferBar

lovely bike, impressive frame weight.Strip saddle(-30g)? full red?, just what i would do

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LouisN
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by LouisN

Once again, very tasteful Neo Patrick :thumbup: !!!

I should add: It deserves nice outside shots like the white Neo with SR and Edge wheels, 3T you posted a little while ago...

Louis :)

Dimitri
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by Dimitri

looks great! smart mix of parts!

but.

How does it shift with those rings and that front mech'? careful tuning im sure it would work ok but must be a bit compromised?

could save some weight and run the force rings (if you have them) on the new cranks? or are you planning to get the new FD?

phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

shifting works fine to me. just as smooth as a full force group.
FYI it's my customer's bike, not mine. He kinda chose to upgrade the crankset for the look. anyway..he will eventually upgrade the entire goup. new Red rocks!

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by dellpan

Total black , i like your bike!
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by artray

Your bike has it's own stage ...thats awesome . :lol:

Nice build :thumbup:

tnc615
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by tnc615

Very nice! :thumbup:

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by apLe

I spy with my little eye... Reynolds brake pads? How do they perform with Zipp wheels? Aren't you worried about that it may void the warranty? Anyway, really nice stealth bike!
18' R5 coming soon...

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