cd super six evo himod 2013 size 52

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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

nothing special: used evos are very affordable at he moment, and i always liked those in terms of geometry and aesthetics, so i got a frameset in great shape as a basis for my second bike.
it will be build with unspectacular parts being already there (mixture of red/force/black rival parts, different wheelsets available, fsa parts, rotor p2max crankset etc ...)

frameset surprisingly light, considering its glossy paintjob. :o
Build List:

-Cannondale SS Evo himod Frameset 2013
-FSA Energy Bar 38 mm (270 gr) (might be replaced by FSA K-Force 40mm)
-CD C2-stem (titanium bolts) 100 mm 6°
-CD C1 seatpost carbon 218 gr/300mm
-38mm China-Carbon-Wheelset with Via Bike Components Hubs
-Fizik Kurve Snake Aluminium (might be replaced by Fizik Kurve Snake Carbon)
-Rotor Agilis P2max-Crankset 172,5 mm
-Sram Red DT 10s
-Sram Force derailleur front
-Sram Rival Breaks
-Sram Rival derrailleur rear
-Corima Cork Pads
-Tune bottle cages
-Look Keos

Frameset:
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Peeza21
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by Peeza21

This should be good. Waiting in anticipation for this build
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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

Thank you.
cannondale is calling "PF30" "BB30", devil knows why, so i purchased the wrong BB, 4224 instead of 4624.


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DWatkinsBSB
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by DWatkinsBSB

Noice, congrats on the new bike and looking forward to seeing this come together.

ave done exactly the same, buying the same frame, same colour, only a 58cm. Got 786 grams with the cable guide and hanger.

Do you reckon the glossy paint adds considerably to the weight? I would've thought this was the "best" (lightest) paint optionf rom factory for these Dales...

reedplayer
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by reedplayer

Hi,
Thank you! Congrats for you as well, i think we got an, aesthetically, very appealing frameset!

Crankset/Bottom Bracket

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Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

reedplayer wrote:...frameset surprisingly light, considering its glossy paintjob. :o

No kidding! 735g is uber light in my book.

reedplayer
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by reedplayer

so, not incredibly much feedback, but, ok, build and frame are quite mediocre, so thats ok! :mrgreen:

nevertheless i bring it to an end now, documenting announced minor changes:

-38-mm-carbon wheelset

weight at the moment 6,83 kg incl. edge 500 and pedals.

regards :thumbup:

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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

update, with my rsys. ride more enjoyable with those.
and optical refresh of p2max-crankset.
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Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

I like the green tipped shifters and green crank ring.

Sys wheels are sharp, but I prefer the slightly deeper 38mm wheelset.

Congrats on getting it built-up! How's it ride??

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Lightweenie
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by Lightweenie

looks nice!

reedplayer
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by reedplayer

Thanks for your feedback, appreciated!
i am very satisfied with the ride. it has nearly identical geometry to my first bike (concerning fit, steering is a little different), so its a proper fit.
i must say, like it better and better and for certain, i will keep the frameset.

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573
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by 573

Great build - sensible choice of parts. What's the final weight with the R-SYS?

reedplayer
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by reedplayer

thanks.
the weight w/rsys is 6,79 kg.

some weight-savings are planed:

k-force bar instead energy, -60 gr.
kurve carbon-saddle instead kurve-aluminium, -50 gr.
ritchey (flexlogic post and wcs c 260 stem) parts instead fo cd, -80 gr.
and exustar ti-pedals instead look classic, -70 gr.

so all in all a saving of +/- 260 gr is easy to achieve (by using my 202, more than 500 gr are possible...)

i will keep the rival parts. only few grams heavier than force, and go great with the frame!

dismissed the plan of stripping frameset, because i really got used to the paintjob, in spite of a bit to many logos.
this outdoor-picture might represent the paintjob a little better (regrettably my shitty camera is completely overburdened with this..)
regards,
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glam2deaf
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by glam2deaf

Good looking bike. I really like this colour way they did.

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Asteroid
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by Asteroid

Came out great! You're right: Cannondale puts way too many decals on there.
They lay the paint on heavy, too, but do a fantastic job of it.
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