Wilier Zero.6 5.56 kg / 12 lb. 4oz *Updated 5/5/2018*

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coresare
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Hi here is my Wilier Zero.6. 12 lbs. 4 oz. *updated* Had a chance to take some nicer photos of the bike and install the new stem, compression plug, Tune DC skewers (not photographed, but was installed for final weigh in, Tune cages, and also cut the steerer and seatpost. Last 2 photos of bike are with the old stem..

Wilier Zero.6 #132/200 Limited Edition Frame
Dura Ace Di2 9150
eeBrakes
THM Carbones Clavicula SE crank
Praxis chainrings
KMC SL chain
Kogel Ceramic BB
Corima 47mm MCC S+ Tubular wheels
Tune DC 130 skewers
Tune Wassertrager 2.0 bottle cages
Speedplay titanium pedals
Extralite Hyperstem Stealth 12 degree stem
Extralite Ultrastar 3 compession plug
3T Superergo handlebar
Supacaz Super Sticky Kush Silicone Gel bartape
Ritchey SuperLogic Link seatpost
Shimano PRO Stealth carbon saddle
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What did your frame weigh? I was disappointed, mine came in at 694 g in size small with derailleur hanger and cable guide.
Speedplay is the devil!

coresare
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by coresare

Hi sorry I never weighed it. Does yours have rhe mechanical ability? I wonder if that makes it heavier. Mine was originally for eTap

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I really dig these Willier frames. Awesome bike, looks fast. Corima wheels are not my taste, but the copper accents on the bike make it look damn sweet.

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I like the Corimas. That is one bling bike there!

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mdeth1313 wrote:
Sun Apr 22, 2018 3:57 am
What did your frame weigh? I was disappointed, mine came in at 694 g in size small with derailleur hanger and cable guide.
You were disappointed with a frame weighing <700g inc. hardware? Wilier claim 680g so surely if you minus the hanger and cable guide that's pretty accurate?

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Updated with new photos

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Fantastic!!! :thumbup:

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Nice bike, the wheels are an acquired taste perhaps. What does not seem quite right to my eye is those rings on that crank.
wheelsONfire wrote: When we ride disc brakes the whole deal of braking is just like a leaving a fart. It happens and then it's over. Nothing planned and nothing to get nervous for.

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Mr.Gib wrote:
Sat May 05, 2018 9:51 pm
Nice bike, the wheels are an acquired taste perhaps. What does not seem quite right to my eye is those rings on that crank.
THM recommends Praxis and seems to get good shifting reviews which is why I got them. Maybe some Extralite chainrings or Carbon Ti next? Anyone have any reviews on those?

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Stick with praxis.
Speedplay is the devil!

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mdeth1313 wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 2:00 am
Stick with praxis.
The two other chainrings I mentioned don't shift as well? I still can't msg you a PM for some reason..

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Praxis are very good. I have a set on one of my Red equipped bikes. But the aesthetic of that particular ring is just a little off to me as far as the blending with the Clavicula. Praxis used to do a more open design that I thought looked better. Perhaps in all black it would come together. A totally subjective thing so if you like it, ride it.
wheelsONfire wrote: When we ride disc brakes the whole deal of braking is just like a leaving a fart. It happens and then it's over. Nothing planned and nothing to get nervous for.

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Avoid the extralite rings, I couldn't get them to shift worth a damn although that may have also partly been to SRAM's heavy handed down shift.

Cannondale MKV rings are the same weight as Extralite when you factor in chainring bolts (actually, they may be lighter) and shift just as well as praxis.
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I started off riding with the Praxis rings on my clavicular crank, but soon changed to Extralite due to assetics and weight. Agree the shifting is better with the Praxis but I have no complaints with the Extralite rings.

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