Scott Spark 1x10 lefty 18.98lbs (8572g)

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Mads Kock
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by Mads Kock

Looks great with the "raw" frame :-)

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Internal cable routing conversion getting done.
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absolutely love the minimal pain job, superb

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devinci wrote:absolutely love the minimal pain job, superb


Thanks...ended up pretty good! now I'm only waiting on a small 5mm adapter to fit the s-work crank on this BB92 and I'll be good to put everything back together.

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New tool!
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Fitting an S-works crank onto BB92! Before you lecture me.....it worked! Pictures coming soon.

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Finished! 18.9lbs with 2.25/2.40 tires and heavy cassette.

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to sand down BB to fit swork crank
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Carbon stem cap doing its trick
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Running shifting and brake cable internally...much cleaner look
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by Elrey

Very cool bike!

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by Quinn039

sweet! need some good pictures of the new setup

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by andreszucs

Bike did great as a first ride after modifications.

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by stuka666

Great build and one of a kind, congrats.

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by tskubi

Shifter on the left side andreszucs ?
Enjoy your time under the sun.. and when its cold and dark don't worry too much, the world will keep spinning and your time in the sun will come again.

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tskubi wrote:Shifter on the left side andreszucs ?


I'm missing 3 fingers on right hand (brake with little finger)...so to make things easier I moved to the left, the advantage of gripshift style.

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Wait what?!
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Decided to try this because I still like the lever feature on seatclamps..

Original washer used on spark frames to secure cable and work with bottle cage... since it's no longer needed now is pairing with a front wheel quick release lever left over (because a have the lefty). Perfect combo since the washer has a concave face, fully working and holding seatpost well and strong.
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21g is actually lighter then a 38mm X-Clamp QR EVO 38...and I'm still using a M5 stainless steel rod, with a Ti rod would go under 20g for sure!

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by DanW

It is crazy thinking like this which is why I'm sure many of us are watching this thread :) Good stuff!

Mt Zoom 6g clamp is the way to go for pure WW ;)

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by andreszucs

I call it 'Eureka moments'...I have that all the time!

If you look closely to the picture with the clamp on the scale, I have a Mt zoom 38 on the background. Too bad I damaged the clamp on another 'eureka moment'...but it was not on a bike, was on a prosthetic foot. Sure would be the lightest 38mm clamp with lever in the world! Lol

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