Planet X Nanolight Hi-Mod

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by XII153

Been admiring the bikes on this site for a while, here is mine. She needs to go on a bit of a diet but we'll get there.

Part Weight (g)
Planet X Nanolight Hi-Mod Frame 999
Planet X Nanolight Hi-Mod Fork 285
Selle Italia SL XC Saddle 217
Clamp 17
3T Doric LTD 31.6mm 280mm Seatpost 180 (Deda currently fitted its in the post!)
Planet X FORGED Brakes with Swissstop Pads 255
Inner Tubes (pair) 100
Campagnolo Scirocco Wheels 1795 (heavy I know - wanting Campag Neutrons - i like clinchers)
Campagnolo Veloce Cassette 280 (want a recon 10spd cassette - 114g)
Campagnolo Record Rear Mech 184
Campagnolo Record Front Mech 73
Campagnolo Record Chainset 627
Look Keo Max 2 Carbon Pedals 252
Campagnolo Cables 248
3T ARX PRO 90mm 130 (Deda currently fitted its in the post!)
3T LTD Ergosum 42mm 174 (Deda currently fitted its in the post!)
Continental Grand Prix Clincher Tyres 380
Campagnolo Record Ergo Levers 324
Planet X Headset 55
Campagnolo Record Ultra Torque BB Cups 55
Campagnolo Record Chain 200
Fizik Bar Tape 20
Tacx Bottle Cage 38
3T Spacers and Top Cap 25
Outland CF/Ti Skewers 46
Total 6959







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by astranoc

Hi and welcome to WWs :welcome:

Have you actually weigh the components or you going by what the manufacturer says? I have the same bike and I can assure you the fork is at least 100gr more, the frame as well, unless you are riding a small size. Also 50gr tubes? Are you running eclipse? I think the bike is more around the 7.3kg point, especially with these heavy wheels. I might be wrong though :)

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by XII153

Weighed on scales at just under 7. With the new wheels and cassette it should be around 6.5, don't have the funds to go as light as yours. Nice bike by the way, how do you find the PX CNC brakes I'm thinking of changing to Record myself (heavier I know) but i live in Wales and the descents are brutal so need the confidence in the brakes.

How much were your FL Chainrings and what is the lifetime of them?

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