Scott Spark RC 09 w/ Sram XX (new pics page 6)

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Mads Kock
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Specs:

Scott Spark RC 2009 frame (small)
Scott Nude TC shock with remote control
Ritchey WCS stubby with alu and titanium bolts, for oversize rails
Extralite Scalhead headset with carbon topcap and alu bolt
Rock Shox SID Team 80mm with pushlock remote
Rotor SL stem with ti bolts 105mm
Extralite Ultrabar 580mm
KCNC bar ends
Extralite Ultragrips
Tune Speedneedle seat (custom - without cover)
Formula R1 disc brakes with carbon levers with alu bolts for adapter and calipers
Hope floating rotors 160mm front/140mm rear with ti bolts
Sram X.0 twister shifters
Sram X.0 rear derailleur medium with KCNC alu pulley wheels
Campagnolo Record QS front derailleur with BTP carbon clamp and alu bolts
Shimano XTR M960 cassette 11-32 with Extralite lockring
Shimano Yumeha housing for gears and lockouts
Powercordz 1,2mm wires
KMC X10SL chain
THM Clavicula bearings
THM Clavicula triple crankset
TA Specialites chainrings 28T/40T mounted on the inner and middle position with alu chainringbolts
Crank Brothers 4xTi pedals
Wheelset: DT Swiss 240 hubs, DT Revolution spokes, FRM XMD333 rims and alu nipples
Tires: Continental Speed King Supersonic 2,1"
Michelin latex innertubes
Tune AC16+17 QR

Weight of the bike is 8,71 kg (21.10.2009).

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by Ladeira

The bike looks amazing..

I would just say for a rear shock change.. as you said :D

But first class as your HT

Congrats.

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Thank you very much :-)

I think my bank would like me to give the Scott Nude shock a chance hehe but it annoys me with the bottle. A new crankset, maybe the Sram X.X. would be nice and then a 100mm fork - think this will make the bike feels more balanced.

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by Ladeira

You dont need a new fork just to use 100mm..

The new SID can be changed internally to 100mm easily...

Yeah.. XX crank would be awesome :D

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have you heard anything about the delievery date of the Sram X.X?

Ahh - thanks for the info about the fork.

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Yeah new sids cam be used 100mm 80mm, mine was with 100mm when i sold it..

Now with the S90 with my spz frame.. In a while will be in the gallery!

Well i friend of mine told me his xx crank will be arriving in one month.

I think they are available now..

Delivery here in Brasil takes a while

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nice Spark, race ready, me like :beerchug:

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just did some research on the xx crankset and it seems like the BCD is a bit odd and sram only offering 39/26 and 42/28 chainring combinations. I have to wait and see when there is more information - I would prefer a crankset with BCD 64/104 so maybe I should try the Noir Redwin just to stay in the "family" :-)

Thanks ww4 - bike feels good.

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How are the aluminium bolts for the disc caliper/adapter holding up ??

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no problems with alu bolts for adapter and calipers - have been using this for a long time.

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Mads how about those tires??? Why not NOTUBES?
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I also had the same problem with the small frame and limited bottle usage so I sold the stock shock on ebay and purchased a Push tuned RP23 ,I also use a side entry bottle cage.also have a ztr race 7000 wheelset with A.C hubs and Racing Ralphs run tubeless also knocked off a chunck of weight
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What is the color of the Hope rotors? Is it red or pink?

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GuNKiLLaH wrote:Mads how about those tires??? Why not NOTUBES?


Hello :-)

i changes tires alot depending on the conditions so I don't wanna mess tubeless - latex innertubes gives pretty much the same "tubeless" feeling. Could probably save some weight but innertubes are much easier hehe - yes okay, I'M LAZY :-)

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adgem1 wrote:I also had the same problem with the small frame and limited bottle usage so I sold the stock shock on ebay and purchased a Push tuned RP23 ,I also use a side entry bottle cage.also have a ztr race 7000 wheelset with A.C hubs and Racing Ralphs run tubeless also knocked off a chunck of weight


Thanks for the info - how do you like the RP23 shock compared to the nude shock?

sorry but I have never been a fan of AC hubs - especially after the bearings in the front wheel fell out while riding hehe.

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