2017 Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD

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Hennesy
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by Hennesy

Got a killer deal on a SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod frame and I couldn't refuse. This is my second road bike, my first one was a Caad 12 (6,62Kg). With this project I want to build a bike under 6KG. Maybe it will be between 5.5 and 5.7 KG, a little bit heavier if I will install the power meter.
I'm still deciding which groupset to install ( eTap vs Da Di2) and which crank. For the other parts I will go on MCFK, Extralite, Carbon Ti, Look, Deda Elementi, Veloflex and maybe a Berk saddle instead of San Marco. For the wheels, i ordered a tubular wheelset from an artisan in italy, they will be under 1050 Gr.

Well, now it's time to show some photos.

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Reserved for the finished result

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The weight frame is875 Grams, including the BB30.
It's a bit heavy for a 50" frame. :unbelievable: :noidea:

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Ceramic BB30 Bearings 40 Grams.

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The fork weight is 262 Gr including the original Expander. Probably I will cut a part for saving other grams.

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I already changed the original bottle cages's bolts with aftermarkets Carbon Ti Ergal screws. The weight saving was 4 Grams.

The original ones

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Carbon Ti Ergal

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nice frameset, i'm looking forward to see the complete build
My 4,93 kg Supersix Evo HM: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=137647&start=30

My 6,22 kg Cannondale R500 1996: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=134364

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Hennesy wrote:
Tue May 01, 2018 4:58 pm
The weight frame is875 Grams, including the BB30.
It's a bit heavy for a 50" frame. :unbelievable: :noidea:
This gloss black and chrome Hi-Mod always weighs up heavy. The paint must be very thick; it has to weigh ~120g+.

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This should turn out real good! Looking forward to it
Cannondale Supersix Evo HiMod 2012 viewtopic.php?f=10&t=148290

Cannondale Caad12 2017 viewtopic.php?f=10&t=143217&p=1389852#p1389852

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573 wrote:
Wed May 02, 2018 12:47 pm
Hennesy wrote:
Tue May 01, 2018 4:58 pm
The weight frame is875 Grams, including the BB30.
It's a bit heavy for a 50" frame. :unbelievable: :noidea:
This gloss black and chrome Hi-Mod always weighs up heavy. The paint must be very thick; it has to weigh ~120g+.
Damn, before buy this frame I was thinking it was 750 Gr.. I was a little bit confused when i saw the real weight.. Anyway I hope to make a light build without cares about these 120 grams.

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garjo wrote:
Wed May 02, 2018 9:52 am
nice frameset, i'm looking forward to see the complete build
Peeza21 wrote:
Wed May 02, 2018 1:17 pm
This should turn out real good! Looking forward to it

Stay tuned :beerchug:

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Sram Red Brakes without pads:

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Corima 2.0 Pads for Carbon rims:

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Sram red cassette XG1190 11-28:

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KMC X11-SL Chain:

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Extralite Hypersteam 110mm 6°:

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Deda Elementi Superleggera RS LTD 420mm, It should be compatible with EW-RS910 Juction inside handlebar.

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Can't wait to see more!

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Just sent an email to MCFK to know if the seatpost is compatible with DA DI2 BT-DN110 battery. Hope to get a positive response, if not I need to change seatpost (Enve o Save) or choose etap instead Shimano dura ace.

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Most 25.4 mm seat posts ID are a close fit with a Di2 battery. Two O-rings with about 10% compression work. (Specific size depends on the ID of your seat post.)

Put the O-rings on the battery: one in the middle and one on the far end (not in the groove). Then push the battery into the post. Let the O-rings "roll" along the battery. Don't push it in too far, you want something to grip when you remove it.

O-rings also let you cut the seat post shorter if you like.
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Ex-Kestrel, ex-Velomax, ex-Trek, ex-Cervelo

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DamonRinard wrote:
Thu May 03, 2018 12:31 am
Most 25.4 mm seat posts ID are a close fit with a Di2 battery. Two O-rings with about 10% compression work. (Specific size depends on the ID of your seat post.)

Put the O-rings on the battery: one in the middle and one on the far end (not in the groove). Then push the battery into the post. Let the O-rings "roll" along the battery. Don't push it in too far, you want something to grip when you remove it.

O-rings also let you cut the seat post shorter if you like.
Thanks a lot! This is really a nice idea.
On my Caad12 i have cut my seatpost ( Hylix), the weight was very awesome, about 115 Grams. Maybe i will cut too the MCFK for saving some grams. I found a good deal on a 25,4 x 420mm.

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