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Weight: ~7.15kg / 15.75lb
Frame: H1 54cm Trek Emonda SLR Disc - Project One
Fork: Trek Emonda SLR Disc
Headset: Cane Creek Forty Carbon
Seatmast: Trek Integrated Seatmast Cap
Saddlle: S-Works Romin Evo - 143mm
Stem: Ritchey C220 - 110mm - -6deg
Bar: ENVE SES Road Bar - 42cm
Bartape: Lizard Skins DSP - 3.2mm - Black
Bottle Cages: Blackburn Cinch - Matte Black
Brakes: SRAM HRD Flat Mount
Rotors: Campagnolo H11 - 160mm
Front Derailleur: SRAM eTap
Rear Derailleur: SRAM eTap WiFli
Crankset: SRAM Red 22 - GXP - 170mm
Chainrings: SRAM Red 22 - 50/34t
Chain: KMC X11SL - Ti-Nitride
Levers: SRAM eTap HRD
Cassette: SRAM Red XG-1190 - 11-30t
Rims: ENVE SES 5.6 Disc
Hubs: White Industries CLD - 24h - Gold
Spokes: DT Aerolite
Skewers: Shift-Up X12 Thru-Axle - L123 Maxle Front - L168 Maxle Rear
Tires: Zipp Tangente Speed RT25 - 25mm
Pedals: Garmin Vector 2
Mounts: K-Edge Race Mount, Ritchey C220 GoPro Mount.
TonyM wrote:Looks good! Love the colour!!
... a few questions:
- why did you choose the Campa rotors while having Sram?
- why did you go 160/160 instead of 160/140mm for the rotors?
- why did you not choose the stock Enve 5.6 disc?
I actually have SRAM Centerline X rotors, Campagnolo H11 rotors and also the Dura-Ace RT-900s. I think the Campagnolos look best and are reasonably quiet. The DA rotors sound like dubstep when lightly squeezing the brakes. The SRAM rotors are good, but they make pinging noises when the rotor cools...and they're probably the least attractive visually.
The Emonda is 160mm front and rear as standard. I also think it looks better to match the rotor sizes.
I wanted a little bit of bling somewhere, adding gold hubs and valve stems was just enough.
Fuji SL 1.1 http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=140134&hilit=Fuji
Kayrehn wrote:Think the build will look better with shallower rims, but just my useless opinion. Nice hot red is always good looking, and I somehow like the squat looking head tube especially
The wheels are the oldest components on the bike, bought before 3.4s went tubeless. I'm still deciding if I want to go with the new 3.4s or something else for my shallow set.
Nejmann wrote:YES! THIS IS GOOD!
An enve stem with mount and bottle cages would be the final touch and this will be perfect!
I'm looking into the Bontrager XXX integrated bar/stem combo along with "Blendr" mounts for the Garmin/GoPro. Down the line.
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