Naked Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi Mod 4,8 kg

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defride
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by defride

alcatraz wrote:
Wed Aug 22, 2018 1:41 am
How did you know what frame year/model to buy to get a light one?

I saw another thread and the frame was 875 with only two bb30 bearings. Evo himod 2015-2016. The explanation was that it had the heavy glossy gold/black paintwork. However after stripping the paint I don't think he could get to your 642gr.

Just curious if you weighed several frames in stock and picked a light one or something?

I'm interested in picking one up myself but I'm not sure if the new frame is the best to choose or go with switching the fork on an older frame is the right way to go.

Thanks for reading/commenting
Are you comparing same size? This is a 50, pretty small.

This looks great stripped back. I've Black Inc with the Nano resin. I assumed the paint was very thin as you can see the carbon lay up in places however a couple of paint chips picked up along the way reveal the paint is applied more thickly than just a vapour coat type affair. At this stage the benefit of a warranty outweighs my desire to strip it and see.

MichaelK
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by MichaelK

My 52cm 2016 Evo Hi-mod in Team silver weights 729g for the bare frame. If I could save the ~116g of paint the same as ddelosbueis I be pretty chuffed. Winter project perhaps.
alcatraz wrote:
Wed Aug 22, 2018 1:41 am
How did you know what frame year/model to buy to get a light one?

I saw another thread and the frame was 875 with only two bb30 bearings. Evo himod 2015-2016. The explanation was that it had the heavy glossy gold/black paintwork. However after stripping the paint I don't think he could get to your 642gr.
DWatkinsBSB wrote:
Wed May 09, 2018 1:52 pm
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Super Six Evo Hi-Mod frame, size 58, no derailleur hanger nor cable guide, FSA BB installed weighing in at 77 grams with all the bits. I literally bought 4 different PF30 BBs, kept the lightest model (the one that could have the plastic bit in the middle removed) and returned the rest. Frame only sans the BB would be 776.6, respectable for a size 58 in my books.
https://weightweenies.starbike.com/foru ... 0&t=151611

I actually had the pleasure to see that bike in person before he took it apart and sold it. It was an excellent build.

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rainerhq
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by rainerhq

ddelosbueis wrote:
Tue Dec 26, 2017 4:53 pm
Frame completely sanded down and the look is amazing!!!
I have worked on it 3 weeks and it's a really tedious task.
The weight has gone up to 642gr.
Did you use 180 and 500 sandpaper as you mentioned in your earlier post?
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minimini
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by minimini

ddelosbueis wrote:
Fri Dec 22, 2017 1:06 pm
Sram Red cranckset + Extralite Octaramp: 461 gr
The 16-year frame does not have gxp and bb386 just because the spindle is short.
How did you install the sram red etap bb30 crank?

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