2016 Cervelo R3 Disc + extras

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norcimmus
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by norcimmus

All stock 48cm 2016 Cervelo R3D with the following installed/replaced:

Stem: *Zipp Service Course SL 110mm +/-17 141g
Seatpost: *FSA SL-K 200g
Seatpost collar: OEM Cervelo 16g
Saddle: Fizik Antares VS Carbon 182g
Cranks: Ultegra 6800 165mm 488g
Big Ring: *Ultegra 6800 52T 117g
Small Ring: *Ultegra 6800 36T 34g
Chainring Bolts: *Ultegra 6800 bolts (4x) 6g
Bottom Bracket: Wheels Mfg. Ceramic BBRight Outboard Zero Shimano 24mm
Wheels: Fulcrum Racing Quattro DB 40mm
Tires: *Vittoria Corsa G+ 25mm
Tubes: Continental Race 20-25 60mm valve
Cassette: *Ultegra 6800 11-28 cassette 242g
Disc Rotors: Shimano RT99 140mm
Pedals: *Shimano PD-A600 pedals 227g
Bottle Cages: Specialized Zee II (non-carbon) bottle cages with bolts (2x) 38g, 43g
GPS: Wahoo Elemnt Bolt 61g; aero mount 25g; Wahoo RPM Speed sensor 16g

I have to apologize in advance as I didn't record any of the component's weight. The rest of the components from Cervelo:

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With the Wahoo Elemnt Bolt + mount + speed sensor and Garmin cadence sensor installed, the entire bike weighs 8.07 kg (17.8 lb).

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Edit: Update 06/09/2017

The build as is sitting at 7.8kg (17.2lbs).

Changed to:
Big Chainring: Absolute Black Premium Oval 50T 120g
Small Chainring: *Absolute Black Winter Oval 34T 40g --> Absolute Black Premium 36T 36g
Chainring Bolts: Absolute Black long bolts (4x) 9g
Pedals: PowerTap P1 pedals with Energizer Ultimate Lithium AAA installed 425g
Tires: Schwalbe One V-Guard Folding Clincher 28mm (2x) 250g + 253g

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Edit: Update 06/24/2017

Ultegra 6800 11-28 cassette 242g
105 5800 12-25 cassette 262g

Cassette: Final hybrid 5800/6800 12-28 (12 and 16 cogs from 5800 to replacing 6800 11 and 12) 255g

Edit: Update 07/06/2017

Stem: Kalloy Uno +/-7 120mm & Fairwheel Ti bolts 109g
Mash SF Aperture 5mm spacers (2x) 7g
OEM Cervelo 5mm spacer 4g
Absolute Black Top Cap 5g
Seatpost: Woodman Carbo EL 27.2 350mm 123g

Total with Wahoo Elemnt Bolt: 8.6kg

[*] denotes component has been replaced.
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Pan
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by Pan

Have you ever disassembled a bike just to weight the parts individually?

I do like the disc brakes on the bike. Very logical. : )
2017 Pinarello F8 Dura Ace 9100 @ 7.5kg
2013 Bianchi Infinito 105 @ 8.2kg
1982 Colnago Super Single Speed @ 8.6kg

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RichTheRoadie
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by RichTheRoadie

Any problems with the chainline running the Ultegra chainset? I was under the impression these were supposed to use the FSA chainset due to chainline factors, but it's great to see one without it!

norcimmus
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by norcimmus

Pan wrote:Have you ever disassembled a bike just to weight the parts individually?
I do like the disc brakes on the bike. Very logical. : )

Not yet, I will do that when I break it down after the first year of riding.

Until then, any components I swap from this point on will be weighed.

RichTheRoadie wrote:Any problems with the chainline running the Ultegra chainset? I was under the impression these were supposed to use the FSA chainset due to chainline factors, but it's great to see one without it!

No issues encountered yet, but I'm also a "newer" cyclist so I may not be able to notice the subtle inconsistency.

Ghost234
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by Ghost234

How is the shifting? I ask because the FSA crank that comes with the bike has an offset to help compensate for the wider chainstays (142 vs. 135).

norcimmus
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by norcimmus

No issues so far.

norcimmus
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by norcimmus

Update 06/09/2017:

The build as is sitting at 7.8kg (17.2lbs).

Changed to:
Absolute Black Premium Oval 50T 120g
Absolute Black Winter Oval 34T 40g
Absolute Black long bolts (4x) 9g
PowerTap P1 pedals with Energizer Ultimate Lithium AAA installed 425g
Schwalbe One V-Guard Folding Clincher 28mm (2x) 250g + 253g

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gravity
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I think it would look much better if you used 6deg stem and lose a spacer below the stem.


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Nefarious86
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gravity wrote:I think it would look much better if you used 6deg stem and lose a spacer below the stem.


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-10° slammed would be within 3mm.
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norcimmus
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by norcimmus

Nefarious86 wrote:
gravity wrote:I think it would look much better if you used 6deg stem and lose a spacer below the stem.


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-10° slammed would be within 3mm.

The stem is only temporary until I get a proper fit, I'm looking at the Tune 4.0 to finish it off.

06/15/2017 update:

Small Chainring: *Absolute Black Winter Oval 34T 40g --> Absolute Black Premium 36T 36g

norcimmus
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by norcimmus

Edit: Update 07/06/2017

Stem: Kalloy Uno +/-7 120mm & Fairwheel Ti bolts 109g
Mash SF Aperture 5mm spacers (2x) 7g
OEM Cervelo 5mm spacer 4g
Absolute Black Top Cap 5g
Seatpost: Woodman Carbo EL 27.2 350mm 123g

Total with Wahoo Elemnt Bolt: 8.6kg

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itguy
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by itguy

norcimmus wrote:Edit: Update 07/06/2017

Stem: Kalloy Uno +/-7 120mm & Fairwheel Ti bolts 109g
Mash SF Aperture 5mm spacers (2x) 7g
OEM Cervelo 5mm spacer 4g
Absolute Black Top Cap 5g
Seatpost: Woodman Carbo EL 27.2 350mm 123g

Total with Wahoo Elemnt Bolt: 8.6kg

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Wow excellent!

sonic00
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by sonic00

Nice bike!
Have you had any problems with brake rubbing?
Is the rear axle width 135 or 142mm? ...I've read different informations on that...

norcimmus
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by norcimmus

sonic00 wrote:Nice bike!
Have you had any problems with brake rubbing?
Is the rear axle width 135 or 142mm? ...I've read different informations on that...


Sorry for the late reply, no issues with the brakes rubbing after allowing the pistons to align with new rotors. The rear axle is 142mm.

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modcon
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by modcon

norcimmus wrote:
sonic00 wrote:Nice bike!
Have you had any problems with brake rubbing?
Is the rear axle width 135 or 142mm? ...I've read different informations on that...
Sorry for the late reply, no issues with the brakes rubbing after allowing the pistons to align with new rotors. The rear axle is 142mm.

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Lovely bike. Are you now running spacers on the crank? Why did you change?

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