Scott CR1 Pro – 6034g - 4th Iteration of the Build - Updated end of Page 2

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stevec1975
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by stevec1975

Updates for 2015, Still love this bike!

Black Ti Speedplay Plates and Bolts
KMC X11SL DLC Chain
11-26 XG1090 Cassette
Stronglight CT2 Chainring
Modifications of Seatpost (Yokes/Shortening/Sanding)
Skewers (Changed to Planet X Carbon with KCNC Ends)
New BB
New Bottle Cage

That lot saved a total of 106g! so new weight is 5,69 KG or 12.56 Ib's
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ross
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by ross

Very impressive weight, congrats :)

stuka666
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by stuka666

Great looking bike!

Needs another bottle cage :D

stevec1975
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by stevec1975

Ha, I only use the one cage when I fancy a fast commute, any long rides are done with a Camelback (which holds my tools, spares, phone, pump etc) as well.
I'm used to having something on my back from riding to work and back so it never bothers me.

stuka666
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by stuka666

I was talking to myself, if the bike was mine :p

I know more people like you, I on the other hand hate to ride with a camelbak.

Keep the pics coming, very nice bike.

sub7kg
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by sub7kg

What's the longest time you've spent on that saddle?

stevec1975
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by stevec1975

7 hours. It is the most comfortable saddle I have ever used, the shape is perfect for me, and having decent bibshorts helps too. 100% recommend them if it happens to fit!

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kgt
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by kgt

Lovely! You could try remove the stem decal maybe.

stevec1975
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by stevec1975

I agree (in regards to the Stem decal) but it is laser etched so the only options are buy a Beyond Black version or get a sticker that is the exact same size (I tried a sharpie but it is a purple black colour when dried and looks horrible).

I would buy a Uno 7 stem and acetone the hideous graphics off, which would also save another 17 grams, but then the tillquist garmin mount wouldn't fit, and I really like it!

stevec1975
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by stevec1975

Updated my Mechanical Scott CR1 to eTap, emoved the cable guides and got a few new toys, whilst this has added weight (now 5.94 Kg) it has made it much better because of it

Bike:
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Buildlist:
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Fibre Lyte Rings/Quarq:
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Berk Lupina:
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Cockpit (with stealth etap buttons):
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dereksmalls
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by dereksmalls

How is the Berk saddle in comparison to the previous one? I'm waiting on mine to arrive and can't wait!

stevec1975
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by stevec1975

It's so much more comfortable than the Smud, it actually flexes a lot (I originally thought I had a soft/punctured rear tyre, when I first tried it) it fits me well, need to do some century rides to really test it. Am sure you will love it

stevec1975
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by stevec1975

After about 5 years I got bored with the red section on the top tube/seat stays, so broke out the sandpaper to remove just that section..

Also have got ee brakes and new wheels coming amongst other things..

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stevec1975
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by stevec1975

Finally finished the build/built the wheels and got it ready to go for a 130 mile ride tomorrow, this is the 4th iteration of this bike, still love it!

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stevieboy
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by stevieboy

I'd love this bike.......bu a bit big for me....I'm 50-c2 cm I'm looking to buy a ready built ww around 6 kg. Getting back proper know after a long injury period and an op to correct. Wish ww had classifieds

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