So, it's done. I took it out for a 35 mile ride today- starting temp 24 degrees, ended at 33 (That's F, not C, as in f---ing cold and windy). Ok, it wasn't that bad. The bike is awesome. I had it down to 11.33 lbs and then switched out a few bolts and a few tuning parts to drop a bit more. The weight is with BOTH the garmin 500 head unit and the speed/cadence sensor on there.
The ride in incredible. I had my scott addict down to 11.3 lbs at one point, but the ride was always twitchy (possibly because it was a bit too big for me where this frame is ideal in size small). Anyone who tries to say weight doesn't matter on a bike has never ridden one, at least for me there's nothing like it. Gratuitous crap- of course it's "laterally stiff yet vertically compliant"
I love it! BTW, the backstory on this is my wife used my upgrade for an iphone, 2 days later I hit her up for this. She went for it! VICTORY FOR MEN AND THEIR TOYS EVERYWHERE!
Frame/fork/seat collar- NP bura sl (size small)
wheels- edge/enve 1.45, extralite hubs, cx-ray spokes, front conti comp/ rear vittoria evo (both 22 or 23mm)
bars- ritchey superlogic II (carbon) 40mm
stem- extralite OC 100mm
headset- NP, extralite ultrastar, extralite top cap and bolt, omniracer alloy spacers
shifters- sram red w/ btp clamps (stock hoods will be switched out for either homemade heatshrink or alternative experiment.
cables/housing- derailleur: alligator mini i-link cable/housing, brakes: i-link housing, front power cord, rear is currently alligator cable will be switched out for powercord.
FD- campy chorus tuned to 57g
RD- sram red tuned to 134g
cassette-sram red 11/26
crankset- lightning sl 172.5 w/ extralite 50/34 rings & kcnc bolts
scott chain catcher (had it sitting around and figured what the heck)
chain- kmc x10sl
skewers- m2racer bolt on
bar tape- I can't remember but it's lighter than deda
bar plugs- I think they were from fsa cranks, cut down to lighten and fit
seatpost- mcfk 27.2 setback
saddle- ax lightness endurance (3 yrs old, finally something from ax that doesn't fail)
brakes - kcnc cb1 w/ enve pads
pedals - exustar 200 ti
I think that's it, if it's not let me know and I'll add it in. I really need a better place to hang the scale so I can get the entire bike in there.