Wilier Cento1 SL Build - Now 6.14kg 5/8/13

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Imaking20
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by Imaking20

I would miss that bike too, Jure!
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NiFTY
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by NiFTY

I was thinking the exact same thing about the chain rings, I think Black chainrings will make the whole bike mesh better form the drive side. Great looking bike. Removing the wheel decals was definately the right move.
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Imaking20
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by Imaking20

Alright, so the bike is a little more portly than I'd like. I obviously built this primarily with purpose in mind and weight as a secondary goal... but the weight still needs to be 14 lbs tops (because OCD).


Now I'm looking for input on areas to shed weight without a second mortgage or sacrificing drivetrain performance.

Here's what's already planned:

Powercordz
The idea of mini i-links are growing on me
New stem - the Zipp is too short - open to input on a lighter, STIFF 110mm stem
Woodman mast topper
Lighter saddle
Ti hardware


...and if I get bored (and freedom) over the winter I may look into a climbing wheelset. That's secondary to little gains though.
Current:
T2

Retired:
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jmilliron
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by jmilliron

That really came together well! New Red cranks actually go well with that frame. I usually dislike the stock rings, but they look fine here.

Hed Stinger wheels? edit; see from the previous page that they are Hed.
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KevinGnar
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by KevinGnar

Imaking20 wrote:The idea of mini i-links are growing on me


DO IT!

Wcl4
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by Wcl4

I miss my bike - but not that much ;) i have a mcfk topper if youre interested. Pm me. Brand new never installed.

My Zero 7 is in functioning order, but not to where i want it to be before i debut it. But a hint - it's currently at 12lbs with pedals. Mu hahaha!!

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Spindoctor
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by Spindoctor

Wcl4 wrote: - it's currently at 12lbs with pedals. Mu hahaha!!

Lbs! Oh do come into the 21century please and stop using measures from the history books
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Imaking20
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by Imaking20

Wcl4 wrote:I miss my bike - but not that much ;) i have a mcfk topper if youre interested. Pm me. Brand new never installed.

My Zero 7 is in functioning order, but not to where i want it to be before i debut it. But a hint - it's currently at 12lbs with pedals. Mu hahaha!!


Well I'm absolutely thrilled with this bike still. I had a nice break in the weather on Sunday and was able to take it out for a 60 mile spin. I'm still smiling about it.


PM inbound.




Personally, I like the weight not published in Canadian ;)
Current:
T2

Retired:
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Wcl4
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by Wcl4

It's slightly over 5.44 kg in case you couldn't do the math.

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Spindoctor
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by Spindoctor

Wcl4 wrote:It's slightly over 5.44 kg in case you couldn't do the math.

antiquated measurements and dubious english.. "math" what is that short for ? since when was mathematics singular?
Wiliers: Cento Uno; Cento SLR; Imperiale, Zero 7 (all Super Record 11sp naturally)

Wcl4
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by Wcl4

Well if you want to get technical with the finer points of English grammar, I suggest you look to your own writings first before harping on other people's posts.

Spindoctor wrote:
Wcl4 wrote: - it's currently at 12lbs with pedals. Mu hahaha!!

Lbs! Oh do come into the 21century please and stop using measures from the history books

CLEAR
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by CLEAR

found my twins... well sorta,... good looking cento1 SL u got there...
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Imaking20
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by Imaking20

Right back at you, beautiful bike! I know that's a bike you have a lot of fun on!


And for the first time I just wished I had a SR crank...
Current:
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CLEAR
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by CLEAR

yeas... this frame deserves a campy, but atleast with your Red it is lighter overall. my total weight is 6.44 kg.

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Imaking20
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by Imaking20

Well I finally threw on some Praxis rings. Shift quality is very close to the Red/Red combo but I'd give the new SRAM rings a slight advantage. Not in the weight department though...

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Sure looks a lot better!
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And I stripped my Toupe Pro finally. It's actually a lot more comfortable to me now. 90 grams as it sits.
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Current:
T2

Retired:
Blue | Project C6.0 | Felt AR FRD | Colnago C59 NERO | 2014 S-Works Tarmac | S-Works Venge | Wilier Cento Uno SL | Tarmac SL2

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