Cervelo s5

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1415chris
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by 1415chris

The bike I have been riding for the last six months.
Over this period did make small changes: new saddle Prologo Scratch 2 CPC Nack from Nago Evo Nack, 2 position seatpost, UD spacers, Keywin Carbon Ti replacing Carbon version with Chrome Moly axle.
My hanging scale went crazy showing some funny figures, so no final weight. I have got pictures of all parts on scale, but did not bother to put it together, sorry.....
Frame 58.
Rotor 3d+ QXL 52/36 with P2M S
E-tap
EE brakes Mk1 (?) with the cream bushings
Cervelo aero bar
3T Arx II stealth

With wheels in use:
Archetype, Tune Mig/Mag 70/170, cx-rays, currently with Pave rear and Cors SR front
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Zipp tubs: 303 2012 with replaced hub, 404 2015 with no replaced hub yet :), Veloflex Carbon/Arenberg, front/rear respectively
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Zipp 808 nsw with Corsa G
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dynaserve
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by dynaserve

Hey did you get the weight of the bare frame and forks? Cheers

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1415chris
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by 1415chris

1185g with Rotor BB (found web's pics on scale 110g) Sram BBright 84g, and dlr hanger 8g so bare frame in size 58 is around 1080g.
Fork uncut, bar 44

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dynaserve
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by dynaserve

Thanks for that. Here's my 58cm S2 weight for comparison if anyone's interested:
Cervélo S2 58cm 1143
Cervélo Seat binder 18
Cervélo FK40 uncut 380 (392 cut with insert fitted)

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corky
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by corky

Cream bushing EE's were mk2

1415chris
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by 1415chris

Good to know, thanks.

Few more pics "on scale":

Zipp nsw 808 front/rear 1765.5g total:

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Zipp skewers, longer handle, better clamping action compared to those supplied with wheels in previous years

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Tyres

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3T ARX II Team 130mm

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Keywin Carbon Ti

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Prologo Scratch 2 Nago CPC

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nd2rc
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by nd2rc

How have you gotten along with the prologo saddle?

KCookie
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by KCookie

Can't believe the difference in the weight between the two tyres. Nearly 23g, that's massive. !!!

1415chris
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by 1415chris

Definitely not featherweight among the saddles :)
But its very comfy, that's for sure. I was also pretty much happy with Nago Evo, which I have been using for about 3 seasons. And more, less OK with Smud 65g saddle for another couple of seasons.
Maybe at some point I will try Speedneedle, which I have at home, to see how it compares directly to Prologo.

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by craciunptr

The pedals are awesome!

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1415chris
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Current setup, slightly lowered front end.
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