DarthPryde BuraSL daily ride

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Wookski
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Decided to roll it in some more glitter- AX, Schmolke, Tune & SISL2
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Wookski
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by Wookski

Kayrehn wrote:What's the weight now?

Sub 5 :)

AZR3
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by AZR3

What are the odds, I was just thinking about this build last night and wondering if anyone had put SISL2 cranks on a Bura SL lol. Impressive weight

Wookski
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775g Climbing Wheels- ax lightness 25mm to extralite cyber SP's

Wookski
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NeilPryde Bura SL Frame Small
NeilPryde Bura SL Fork
Carbon Ti Expander and McFK Top Cap
Hollowgram SiSL2 Crankset 53/39
Kogel Ceramic PF30 BB
Campagnolo Super Record Shifters
Campagnolo Super Record Rear Mech
Campagnolo Super Record Front Mech
EE Cycleworks EE Brakes
KMC X11SL Chain
Speedplay Tuned Ti Pedals
Schmolke Evo TLO Handlebars 40mm
Tune 4.0 Stem 8 Deg, 110mm
MCFK Seatpost with offset 27.2mm
Tune KommVor Plus Saddle
Tune Seat Collar
Lizard Skins DSP 1.8mm Bar Tape
Schmolke Carbon Bar End Plugs
Tune Wässertrager 2.0 Cages x 2
Extralite AX Lightness 25mm Tubulars (Ceramic Upgrade)
Campagnolo Super Record Cassette
Extralite Lock Ring
Veloflex Sprinter Tubulars
Extralite Streeters Skewers
Aican DLC Cables
Jagwire Elite Link Housing

Weight = 4.87kg
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AZR3
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by AZR3

Damn........just :shock:

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Wookski
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by Wookski

Just pulled the cranks and installed a p2max and extralite chainrings/ bolts. Under 5kg with power! Pictures to follow once I find an interesting wall

AZR3
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by AZR3

I have the same setup on my Hi-Mod, love P2M!

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ab01ns
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sugarkane wrote:What do you except mate?? My Insta account is not a public forum for dumb inane comments from fixie kids with no idea what they are talking about.. You wana mount your hoods half way down the bend on modern ergo bars like its 1990 good on ya.. Also what the hell is up with your Campag hoods pointed in as such an angle..? This like most of the bikes I build are professionaly fitted. If you wana go around making stupid statements keep it here ( unfortually what this place has turned into ) :noidea:



I like Tommy but damn, you put my issues with his builds perfectly Sugarkane <3
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ab01ns
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@sugarkane <3 <3 <3

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Wookski
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Autumn in Sydney is absolutely horrible

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4ibanez
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by 4ibanez

Love that frame! Is it still an "everyday" bike?
Edit: why did you ditch the Extralite stem?

dudemanppl
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by dudemanppl

Man I wish the shifters were mounted correctly, would be much better looking.

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