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ViggenNut
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by ViggenNut

Hi, just starting a new build using with my Trek 6.9SSL from 2011 H1 fit.

So far its 1.624kg... Frame, seat post (not shown), forks, stem

Changed the stem from 120mm at 129g to 100mm at 122g..... for my fit on a 56 frame

Now at 1.617kg
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ViggenNut
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by ViggenNut

What do you guys think the lowest weight I could achieve on this build... less than 6.5kg?

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

You haven't mentioned any constraints. If money is no object then why not sub-6kg?

ViggenNut
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by ViggenNut

Constraints....

2000 to 2500 euro

Shimano DA or SRAM.. groupset manual
Wheels 800 to 1000 euro for a pair ... carbon
bars... carbon

ViggenNut
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by ViggenNut

Finished my Trek 6.9SSL H1 build....
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livestrong1986
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by livestrong1986

Good looking bike , but why Campa ?
with 1700 euros , i built sub 6 bike.

tids0009
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by tids0009

Welcome! Look forward to your build. I love campy so no criticism from me.

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by evan326

Constraints changed huh?

ViggenNut
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by ViggenNut

Why campagnolo... just like the way they engineer their stuff.... being an engineer helps plus campag are slightly quirky but it rides like a dream.... the gear train feels so special

Its a 2017 SR Campag group set with a previous version 50/34 crankset and it works perfectly..

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by FIJIGabe

Nice build, but I find it odd that you went with an H1 build and flipped the stem up, rather than going with an H2 stem and slamming it down. Have you had a fitting performed?

I don't have any issues with equipping the bike with Campag. The bike looks nice.
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by Stormtrooper

Nice bike. For pictures you should have the chain on the big ring.

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