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Felt AR0 by kieran.blair, on Flickr
A 2011 Felt AR0 56cm, Di2 only. I have kept my upgraded parts from my old bike, fulcrum racing 1's, Arione CX, ti skewers and pedals. The parts I still need are the Groupset, bars, stem and cages.
Thanks for looking, I'll keep this updated when I get new parts.
- Powerful Pete
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Nice frame. Weight before the build?
Keep us abreast of your build as it happens!
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@ Power Pete . The frame, including cage bolts/mech hanger/braze on and Di2 Cables (I don't want to remove them!) is 1,244g.
What I have to date...
Felt AR0 56cm Frame (including Di2 cabling)
Felt Aero fork
Felt Aero Seat post (damn heavy! - after market available?)
Felt Seat post clamp (bolts are 7g)
Zipp Service Course SL stem
Zipp Stem bolts
FSA Orbit CF Ceramic Headset
Felt top cap + bolt
Fizik Arione CX with Ki:um rails: 219g actual, 205g claimed! (cheeky buggers)
Planet X Ti skewers: 43g
Fulcrum Racing 1 wheelset: 1,489g (I will be getting either Zipp/Enve wheels in the near future)
Ultegra 11-23 cassette: 206g (Not weenie at all I know, will get DA or lighter soon)
Look Keo Classic pedals: 277g (Lighter looks eventually)
Thats it for now, just waiting for paypal to clear funds to my bank from ebay sales - as soon as thats done (2 days) I will order Di2 As I mentioned before it won't be a true weenie, but my weeniest bike to date! My aim was <6.8kg, I think it's going to come in around the 6.5kg mark.
Cheers, will update when bars arrive. Have a nice evening.
What aerobars are you going to be using on this for your tri's
I just finished adding some HED Clip-lites with some short S-bend extensions to my SLC and I am thinking of getting some custom carbon ones built to my specs which should only be about 120g max.
AERO & LIGHT is RIGHT
Cervelo SLC 5960g/13.13 lbs
@Tinea Pedis - I don't road race (Although I will be next year) currently only compete in triathlon. One of my colleagues road races on a BMC Team Machine SLR01 w/SRAM Red and he has ridden an AR0. He said it is noticeably stiffer than his BMC (I can get a more detailed review if you wish!) Having also ridden a Felt F1 he is looking at selling his BMC to get one.
@ BmanX - My ideas for aero bars were Zipp Vuka or Profile T2 Cobra. I haven't looked into weight/adjustability of bars yet, if there is something lighter and better do let me know. Thanks.
The perks of working in a bike shop...this was my steed for a triathlon at the weekend, very stiff and I threw it through the technical parts of the course with ease. With a field of 40 + people on TT bikes, and the majority of others with aero bars I was happy with 26th fastest bike split with a full road set-up. Mine will be better
And the parts, Di2 shifters
Zipp SLC2 bar, 44cm (zipp measure from outer edges, so a 42cm bar c-c)
Zipp Bar tape - Pre cut
Gp4000 S tyres - 23mm, Fast but sensible tyre (UK roads are terrible, especially in Bristol)
Hopefully up and running saturday!
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