Hand-Me-Down Parlee Z5 SLi - 6.28kg

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bencolem
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by bencolem

Did you weigh the fork at 287g? That's a lot lighter than the fork on my Z5, I'm jealous!

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tonytourist
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by tonytourist

It's a Z5 SLI, so it has the lighter Enve 1.0 fork IIRC.

Imaking20
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by Imaking20

That frame looks so much better with no gumwalls!
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tonytourist
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by tonytourist

Shut your mouth and get a new scale @Imaqueen20 ! :roll:
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I'll deal with the gum walls when the tires are some of the lightest decent riding tires you can get :evil:

burglarboycie
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by burglarboycie

Looks like the perfect build to me! Beautiful bike.

ntb1001
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by ntb1001

Very nice. I wanted a Z5SLi but I got a deal on a ESX. Same carbon layup and geometry, so I went for it.

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by KCookie

Looks great, defiantly some areas to loose weight.
Yours cassette is bloody lite, I've just bought one and it's 167g. Well Jealous. !!!

Imaking20
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by Imaking20

Yeah, that 11/28 is lighter than my 11/26...
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Delorre
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by Delorre

andrew664 wrote:
KCookie wrote:Looks great, defiantly some areas to loose weight.
Yours cassette is bloody lite, I've just bought one and it's 167g. Well Jealous. !!!


I tuned it by taking out the inner sleeve and noise reduction rings. I regret it as it shifts poorly :? :?


Pardon my ignorance, but has the poor shifting something to do with your tuning? Any details on what you exactly did?

reedplayer
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by reedplayer

very nice, i love parlee z5.

muffinman
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by muffinman

Delorre wrote:
andrew664 wrote:
KCookie wrote:Looks great, defiantly some areas to loose weight.
Yours cassette is bloody lite, I've just bought one and it's 167g. Well Jealous. !!!


I tuned it by taking out the inner sleeve and noise reduction rings. I regret it as it shifts poorly :? :?


Pardon my ignorance, but has the poor shifting something to do with your tuning? Any details on what you exactly did?


He took the center spacer out of the 1190 which saves a couple grams, but if you torque the lockring to spec the whole cassette squishes down a bit because the spacer is gone and throws the indexing off a bit. When you take a cassette that doesn't shift great to begin with and make the shifting even poorer, it gets pretty bad.

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by lord_brush

I've got a M/L (56) Z5 I'm probably putting up for sale soon if anyone knows anyone who might be interested:

https://photos.app.goo.gl/lKyG8duBFV7Bri7H3
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