16-year-olds Cannondale Supersix Evo 2015

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Peeza21
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by Peeza21

I recently built one of these in a 58cm size. Current weight is 6.260kgs. Im waiting for a carbon bar to save around 120grams vs the cheap deda bar on it now currently.

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You can see the build here: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=145399
Cannondale Supersix Evo HiMod 2012 viewtopic.php?f=10&t=148290

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jobvisser
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by jobvisser

Peeza21 wrote:I recently built one of these in a 58cm size. Current weight is 6.260kgs. Im waiting for a carbon bar to save around 120grams vs the cheap deda bar on it now currently.

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You can see the build here: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=145399

thx, aiming for 6.3 kg without spending too much . where do you get your low headset spacer ?

Tom06
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by Tom06

Mine is from SlamThatStem web site but it look probably too slim considering your expectations.
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jobvisser
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by jobvisser

Tom06 wrote:Mine is from SlamThatStem web site but it look probably too slim considering your expectations.
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i just found a site which sells the 7mm fsa spacers im looking for. dont want to go slam as i will have top cut the steerer then and i want to sell this frame when i find a cheap hi-mod

new carbon bar on the way!
picked it up for €75 including €18 shipping new it will cost €285
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Peeza21
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by Peeza21

jobvisser wrote:
Peeza21 wrote:I recently built one of these in a 58cm size. Current weight is 6.260kgs. Im waiting for a carbon bar to save around 120grams vs the cheap deda bar on it now currently.

Image

You can see the build here: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=145399

thx, aiming for 6.3 kg without spending too much . where do you get your low headset spacer ?


Currently the headset spacer is the standard cannondale supersix one, I will change it for the slam that stem one as I need it almost flush with the frame.
Cannondale Supersix Evo HiMod 2012 viewtopic.php?f=10&t=148290

Cannondale Caad12 2017 viewtopic.php?f=10&t=143217&p=1389852#p1389852

jobvisser
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by jobvisser

Upgrade time
bar : Syntace Racelite 44cm o-o ±214 g (being shipped)
stem : havent decided yet but think im going for an uno. can someone tell me which one to get and if it is a good idea to use it on a carbon bar.(thinking about the Kalloy UNO Ultralight right now, ±114 g)
Expander: Going with the lighter cannondale expander which is 13g . think this is the best value

Peeza21 wrote:
jobvisser wrote:
Peeza21 wrote:I recently built one of these in a 58cm size. Current weight is 6.260kgs. Im waiting for a carbon bar to save around 120grams vs the cheap deda bar on it now currently.

Image

You can see the build here: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=145399

thx, aiming for 6.3 kg without spending too much . where do you get your low headset spacer ?


Currently the headset spacer is the standard cannondale supersix one, I will change it for the slam that stem one as I need it almost flush with the frame.


Swapped the standard 35mm out with a 15mm one on an old bike. the standard one is really heavy btw.

jobvisser
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by jobvisser

I weight it on an analog scale and it was about 6,45kg but i think that is a bit off

Ordered a Hylix seatpost, 2 Continental gp 4000s II,Schawlbe ultra light innertubes, the lighter cannondale expander, new bartape, and an Uno stem. think it will save about 200 gr. Couldn't find the token bottom bracket which i want so will have to wait for that one

jobvisser
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by jobvisser

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