My Scott Pro Racing Project bike

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GuNKiLLaH
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Racin Pro Weight? And how those SCHWABLE GOES? Good for FIRE ROADS? And turns?
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the weight of my frame was 1515g including the V-Brake studs.

Well I just made my order official(confirmed the order)

I just emptied the Extralite warehouse :lol:

- The Post UL2 in 26.8x400
- Ultrastem UL2 100 mm.
- E-bones W (68bb 175arm)
- OctaRamps chainrings (44-32-22)
- Extrabolts 1 in blue(Chainring bolts)
- Extrabolts 4 (V-brake mounting bolts in blue)
- Extrabolts 15 (pulley wheels)


I hope I get it next week :D adn will post some pics when I have the parts

Most likely I am going to cut the lenght of the seatpost (they only had the XL version in my size and it is WAY to long)
And I might polish the Chainrings cause I wanted to have silver ones.

The only upgrade I want to have pretty soon is a other Cassette, most likely a KCNC in 11/12-27 cause my SRAM PG991 red spider is rather heavy at almost 300g. I can save around 150g. and the Cassette has done like 100km now so I can still sell it.

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My Upgrades are here :thumbup: jippy

My bike now weights: 8.44g.
with that I am pretty happy.

Parts: see above post :D

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I also did some tuning on the rear mech (took me a few months but never posted the progres before.)
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by skogling

What a beauty !

I've just added some 280 grams to my NRS. Like FOX more than SID... ;o)

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You should always do what you like best, and if a Fox suits you better get the fox :wink:
At least for me weight is a nice bonus.

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Nice !

New pictures of my Scott coming soon... Upgrades :D
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Always good to see upgrades 8)

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sniperworks wrote:Always good to see upgrades 8)


Nice upgrades :D
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Upgrades :

-Selle Italia SLR Carbon
-Marta SL rotors
-Michelin latex tubes

new weight 9.8kg.

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Sunn, Let me ask: Is RR a good tire for Trip Trails and Marathons? or Nobby Nic is better? I use a Panaracer trailblaster on the rear, but I haven't found a
good front tire, which provide turns and rolling in a balanced way so far.

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I do not know the Nibby Nic, i think that is heavy.

The Racing Ralph is lighter, i love it very nice tire for race and marathon. It is a very good tire, light and strong.
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Dr Sunn wrote:I do not know the Nibby Nic, i think that is heavy.

The Racing Ralph is lighter, i love it very nice tire for race and marathon. It is a very good tire, light and strong.

Thanks!!! I just have to find someone to SHIP to Brazil
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GuNKiLLaH wrote:
Dr Sunn wrote:I do not know the Nibby Nic, i think that is heavy.

The Racing Ralph is lighter, i love it very nice tire for race and marathon. It is a very good tire, light and strong.

Thanks!!! I just have to find someone to SHIP to Brazil


De nada !

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Looks pretty good mate!

So you choose to get the full carbon SLR... hmm expensive :D

You got a nice overall bike, upgrades are visually small but hey not all that is good can be seen instantly :wink:

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