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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 6:00 pm 
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Leonel wrote:
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Nice
Do you know the actual weight of that carbon stem?



my 90mm is 113g

http://bontrager.com/model/11242

looks much nicer in the flesh!



is that the actual weight?


The orig STEM not using Ti bolts, replacing them to Ti will reduce 120mm under 120g.

Anyway, I just replaced the xxx combo to a stiffer combo.
My almost 90kg needs a stiffer setup.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 7:36 pm 
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Here's the 5.9 sz 52cm. Very comfortable ride, stiff enough, and only 226g heavier than the 7-series in a 54cm.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 8:18 pm 
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much better pictures 8) is that 226g overall or just a frame?

anyone know a 5 series frame weight? mines got lots of carbon upgrades and still 17lb :evil:

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 1:21 am 
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TrekUk wrote:
much better pictures 8) is that 226g overall or just a frame?

anyone know a 5 series frame weight? mines got lots of carbon upgrades and still 17lb :evil:


That was overall, meaning same components swapped from the 7 to the 5 series. With SRAM Red, D3 clinchers Bontrager carbon cockpit, cages, Look Keo carbon pedals, and Barfly mount, weight is 14 lbs 13 oz. Your Ultegra is probably heavy?

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yes I have weighed up a durace 9000 upgrade and that saves me exactly 1lb, but then its still going to be 16lb with full carbon parts and a decent weight wheelset. either that or the scales are goosed as i weighed it in the past and was within the 15lb region. I think ill change the scale batterys and see what happens lol.

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ehudk wrote:
Leonel wrote:
TrekUk wrote:
Leonel wrote:
Nice
Do you know the actual weight of that carbon stem?



my 90mm is 113g

http://bontrager.com/model/11242

looks much nicer in the flesh!



is that the actual weight?


The orig STEM not using Ti bolts, replacing them to Ti will reduce 120mm under 120g.


Do you by any chance recall the size of those ti bolts?
Thanks
Anyway, I just replaced the xxx combo to a stiffer combo.
My almost 90kg needs a stiffer setup.



Do you by any chance recall the size of those Ti bolts?
Thanks


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Leonel wrote:
ehudk wrote:
Leonel wrote:
TrekUk wrote:
Leonel wrote:
Nice
Do you know the actual weight of that carbon stem?



my 90mm is 113g

http://bontrager.com/model/11242

looks much nicer in the flesh!



is that the actual weight?


The orig STEM not using Ti bolts, replacing them to Ti will reduce 120mm under 120g.


Do you by any chance recall the size of those ti bolts?
Thanks
Anyway, I just replaced the xxx combo to a stiffer combo.
My almost 90kg needs a stiffer setup.



Do you by any chance recall the size of those Ti bolts?
Thanks


6 bolts in size of M5 * 20mm

http://www.torontocycles.com/Selling/Black_Titanium_Bolts.html


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My finished 5 series

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