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skogling
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by skogling

This is my beloved:

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11 kg sweet dream... :lol:

//Skogling

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by King Weel

really nice, very clean looking, congrats!

Would you share us the exact build up?

Regards!
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by RTW

Your RF+ have silly things on top of them! :wink:

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skogling
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by skogling

richardtoddywoddy wrote:Your RF+ have silly things on top of them! :wink:


What did you say ?

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I think he means the things were you can see in what gear you are (don't know how you call it. There was somewhere a topic about it, but can't find it anymore. They removed the things for loosing more weight.

But nice bike!! :D
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A gear indicator? Mmm, I dont think so, but what is really means...?? 8)
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Rapid Fire?! Nice guess Stoeperd, you were close!
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Composite World
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by Composite World

Very good looking bike and weight, but why not some lighter levers? I don't know what their weight are, but my tuned Avid SDSLs are 140g/pair. They are cheap too

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Tippster
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A full suspension with V-brakes just seems odd to me.

The fast you go downhill, the faster you need to stop...
"Ride it like you've just stolen it!"

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skogling
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by skogling

Components:
Frame 2630 Giant NRS Team 2005 SL AluxX 6013
Fork 1311 SID Race 2005

Cockpit:
Aheadset 105 Norco (Integrated)
Stem 201 Thomson Elite 110
Bar 129 Easton EC70
Grips (pair) 114 Lizzard skins
Barends (pair) 0
Spacers 15 Carbon 10mm
Seatpost 243 Thomson 31,6/ 32 cm
Saddle 159 XLR XP
Seatpost clamp 24 PRO

Brakes:

Brakelevers 161 XT 751
Brakes 312 Avid SL Ti
Brakecables 90 Gore

Drivetrain:
Shifters 248 LX
Front derailleurs 184 Sram
Rear 252 XT
Gear wire 100 Durace
Cassette 264 XT 761
Crankset 860 XT 760 HTII
0
Chain 285 Shimano
Pedals 352 SPD 540

Wheels:
Complete wheelseta 1855 XT nav på Mavic XC717
0 Som ovan
0 DT Comp/DT Revolution
0 Alu
Front hub 0 XT 750
Rear hub 0 XT 750
Fälgband (2pcs) 0 Velox
Tubes 2 x95 Schwalbe XX-light
Tire front 455 Continental Exporer Supersonic
Tire back 455 Same...
0

Övrigt
Computer 55 Cateye Micro Wireless


Weight: 11055 gram
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skogling
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by skogling

Tippster wrote:A full suspension with V-brakes just seems odd to me.

The fast you go downhill, the faster you need to stop...



I like to have full control over my brakes, in terms of maintainance... ;o)

Next wheelset will be with discs. Probably Magura Martha SL

//Skogling

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Tippster
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by Tippster

you haven't listed your quick release?

inc in wheelset weight?


I'd suggest a lightweight Ti QR - aim for around 50g!

I'd also suggest a KMC X-10 chain. Its 10 speed but no problems on a 9 speed drivechain.

Also foam grips will save you around 100g!!!
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skogling
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by skogling

It is with the QR included. I now how to loose more weight. But I´m not an extreem WW so I´ll just hold on to what I have.

I actually sold my F99 a few months ago. I prefer a stiff Thomson ! ;o)

//Skogling

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by Tippster

skogling wrote:It is with the QR included. I now how to loose more weight. But I´m not an extreem WW so I´ll just hold on to what I have.

I actually sold my F99 a few months ago. I prefer a stiff Thomson ! ;o)

//Skogling


The thompson does go well with your colour scheme too...!
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skogling
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by skogling

I like silver... ;o)

No other NRS ?

//Skogling

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