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2017 Addict SL, XS / 49cm
Verified weight: 5.69kg / 12.55lbs ready to ride including Garmin 520, mount and two cages + PowerTap hub
Build details on my 2017 Scott Addict SL, size XS / 49cm:
Frame – 2017 Scott Addict SL, 49cm / XS (incl der hanger and no bottle hardware) - 725g
Fork – 2017 Scott Addict SL with HMX-SL - 290g uncut and maybe ~260g cut (I trimmed ~30g off my prev Addict R1 fork)
Bar – Lightweight Rennbügel bar, 40cm x 31.8 (79mm reach / 136mm drop) - was 170g and trimmed to 162g
Bar Tape – alternating between DSP 2.5 (just like it a lot) and Supa Caz (better longevity)
Bottle Cages – Carbon Work's later "coated" version and their bolts - 8-9g/ea + 1g/ea for bolts x2 = 18-20g/both
Brakes – EE Cycleworks with Reynolds Cryo Power blue Power pads - 173g + 31g (set) for pads
Brake cables – Aican Bungarus (but am rapidly tiring of its creaky housings) with a 10-15g (?) foam/rubber sleeve in the top tube to quiet rattling
Cassette – Red 1190 11x26 - 167g
Chain – KMC X11SL - 222g
Computer – Garmin Edge 520 and Racewaredirect (RWD) "out front double-sided mount" - 64g + 19g = 83g/system (using PowerTap instead of GSC10 speed/cadence sensor for max aero weenie)
Crank – Red22 Compact, 50x34 with Kogel BB86 GXP ceramic - 569g + 91g = 660g/system
Derailleurs – SRAM Red eTAP (RD using Kogel 11t jockey wheels - 20g/pair)
Headset – factory Syncros lower 48mm? (50g) and Extralite UltraTop 41mm (22g) with Extralite expander (6g)
Pedals – SpeedPlay Zero Ti tuned with J&L Ti butterflies (20g) and Ti bolts (4g)
Saddle – Berk Composites Lupina, 130mm with 7x9 oval rails, matte - 72g
Seat Post – MCFK “2017” style - 126g
Seat Post Clamp – SMUD Carbon - 6g incl hardware
Shifters – SRAM Red eTAP w/Schmolke Ti shifter clamps and Carbon-Ti M6x16 bolts - tuned ~251g/set
Skewers – Tune DC130 - 37g/set
Spacers – Extralite (Tune?) delrin "space age" spacers (10mm under and 2.5mm over the stem) - 5g total
Stem - Extralite Hyperstem Stealth +/-6, 100mm - 78g
Tires – Schwalbe One 23c clinchers - approx 210-230g/ea
Tubes – Challenge latex - approx 55-60g/ea x2
Wheels – 2014 pre-tubeless Reynolds Attack clinchers with Veloplugs (red) built with Extralite CyberFront SP and Powertap GS plus Sapim CX-Rays - ~1400g/set (est)
Jewelry – Team CSC's HTFU black band - still weightless after all these years or at least 4g of weightlessness
Sincere THANK YOU for outstanding pre/post-purchase support to my fellow Weight Weenie members and site sponsor Starbike plus Bikeonline.IT, Fairwheel, Jure @ Berk-Composites, Martin @ MCFK, Sergio / Francesco / Alessandro @ Extralite, Simon @ Carbon-works, Piotr @ Smud-Carbon when his care pkg arrives, Scott Bikes-USA and my 110% totally awesome local bike store (Eric, Wes and Evan @ Flynn Cyclery).
I guarantee my WW-tuned WorldTour pro machine is gonna be a monster with its light weight and semi-aero tubes. If not, plan on a metric ton of excuses because this pilot is never to blame! It’s all about the bike.
See you on the road! Ride strong, Weenies.
HMX-SL "semi-aero" tubes
Built for electronics
290g uncut fork
Not quite under 1kg for the pkg, but it'll lose enough to slip under the one kilo bar when the steerer gets chopped.
Saved a healthy 100g on the switch while gaining a hair more drop.
8g just fell off my bar. Not sure how, but it happened. Weird.
The drops were obnoxiously long as they came back towards me. Not so much anymore.
MCFK is very particular about the clamping area on the post. They also say it shouldn't be cut shorter.
It seems to have a very similar profile to my much-loved Selle San Marco Superleggera / Aspide Composite.
The Lupina has a little "give" in it whereas my Superleggera / Aspide Composite had next to none.
I have two lightweight Rennbugel bars in 42 & 44, both weigh the same as yours at 170g. Strange they all weigh the same, considering the size differences. !!!
Crank is Red22 (170mm, 50x34 GXP; 569g) with Kogel Ceramic BB86/92 road (93g), 1190 cassette (11x26) and KMC X11 SL chain. Also including a carbon chain catcher (2g) for protection.
I went with the prev-gen Red22 crank for three reasons.  I was disappointed to not find a lower weight compatible crank option - excluding the budget busting THM options - so I went cheap just in case all this changes one day so I'll have less guilt. My Red22 is 660g "all in" with Kogel BB.  I expect the shifting performance will be top notch and better than anything not from the big 3 (SRAM, Shimano and Campy).  With a silver cassette, seeing a little silver on the crank just looks right whereas the current Red/eTap is all black. Aesthetic weenie! We'll see...
[For the record, my Kogel BB lasted a year before developing a low torque creak. Replaced it with another Kogel.]
Extralite UltraTop headset, expander and top cap (28g). Too bad Extralite doesn't make an UltraBottom to fit my frame - yet. Replaced the factory-supplied top bits (49g + whatever the plastic top cap weighs). Saved 21g plus whatever the stock top cap weighs.
Factory headset and expander parts weighed 61g, so I saved 33g
Tune DC130 QRs (37g). I couldn't say no to the delicously thin carbon handles.
After all these years, my trusty M2Racer QRs weighed essentially the same. It's part funny and part ironic, but I'm sticking with the Tune QRs for this build.
evan326 wrote:Where did you get your chain catcher?
Bought it on closeout from Bikeonline.it
It's allegedly from BTP, which I think is defunct.
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