FOCUS Izalco Pro 2.0 UDi2

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amnesia
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Joined: Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:51 pm
Location: Bournemouth, UK

by amnesia

Hi guys,

I've been a lurker on here for long enough - time to show you my new bike.

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Before anyone says, the spacers will be going shortly. At least the stem is the right way up :wink:

Not particularly WW @ ~7.3kg, crudely weighed on bathroom scales.
Target weight is 6.8kg (keeping the Di2 and wheels) so open to suggestions where to lose some of the excess lard.

Spec :
FOCUS Izalco Pro 2.0 frame and forks 540mm
Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupset (except FSA Energy BB30 crankset)
Shimano Dura Ace C24 clinchers / Continental GP24 tyres
3T Ergonova Pro 420mm bars
3T ARX Pro 110mm stem
3T Dorico Pro 350/27.2mm post
Prologo Nago Evo TR 2.0 saddle
Speedplay Zero Stainless pedals
Cannondale Carbon Evo cage 20gr
Garmin Out Front Edge mount
Garmin Speed / Cadence sensor

Obvious starting place is the Dura Ace skewers... but what else ?

Cheers,
Daniel.

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btompkins0112
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Location: Mississippi

by btompkins0112

Very smart looking build! Love the wheels so no need to change those.....the cranks weigh a metric ton, so those should be the first thrown to the bin.

EDIT: on further inspection, are those really Energy cranks or SLK Light? Look carbon to me.....oh, and the brakes are heavy too so you could take some weight down there, as well. :welcome:

amnesia
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Location: Bournemouth, UK

by amnesia

btompkins0112 wrote:Very smart looking build! Love the wheels so no need to change those.....the cranks weigh a metric ton, so those should be the first thrown to the bin.

EDIT: on further inspection, are those really Energy cranks or SLK Light? Look carbon to me.....oh, and the brakes are heavy too so you could take some weight down there, as well. :welcome:



They really are FSA Energy... but re-painted for Focus.
Will look into suitable alternatives, and some ww brakes too - cheers :thumbup:

Daniel.

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