2017 Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD

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by RyanH

You can't cut mcfk posts and they're size specific. Unless you run some huge drop, you may have bought the wrong one.
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by Vuong05

What Ryan said, you can't cut MCFK posts.
Current Stable. Evo (Storm Trooper) : 5.39kg | Alchemy Eros : Heavy (7.79kg)

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Hennesy
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by Hennesy

Wheels are at home! I didn't expect the delivery for today, i was thinking about 10 may or later. Just so happy.
Give me an hour and I will post the weight of Tubulars, Veloflex and Carbon Ti quick release.

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P.S.Carbon Ti Hubs are so loud! Love it. :mrgreen:
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by Hennesy

Some little update before the wheels.

Just changed this bolt under the down tube, with a new Carbon Ti screw.

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Just removed some hardware, if I will go with eTap I don't need them.

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Seatpost clamp ( I don't know if it's heavy or not, still ignore the standard mm)

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SuperSix original headset + Topcap + Spacer

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by burglarboycie

Watching this with intetest

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by crux

burglarboycie wrote:
Thu May 03, 2018 2:10 pm
Watching this with intetest
Same :D

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Hennesy
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by Hennesy

Busy day. :roll: Here some new parts 8)

Carbon Ti X-Lock Titanium Quick Realise ( already used, and they are perfect):

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Let's speak about this new wheelset. They are made by an artisan in Italy. The weight on his website, was about 1045 Grams. Fortunately, the real weight is better, 1018,6 Grams.They are made with Carbon Ti Hubs, Alpina Hyper rays ( made in italy ) and carbon rims ( I don't know the brand). The height is 38mm with 25mm U-Shape. This will be my first chose wheels, I have also another wheelset in aluminum ( Dt Swiss 1400 Di Cut Oxic.)

Front Wheel:

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Rear Wheel:

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Hubs:

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My tires will be Veloflex Arenberg 25mm, this is the weight for both.

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by Hennesy

I already took them to my mechanic for install the tubulars with mastic. I will post some more photos when the are back.
This will be my second choise wheelset, swapped out from my caad 12.

Dt Swiss 1400 DiCut Oxic PR, with Veloflex Corsa 23mm:

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Front and rear wheels:

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Dura Ace R9100 Cassette:

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Dt Swiss Quick release (Maybe I will buy a cheap titanium qr):

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Hennesy
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by Hennesy

I found the originale Hollowgram SiSl2 for 600€. With eTap + Extralite i will spend 400€. Should i go with Hollowgram ?

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by garjo

in my opinion SiSl2 with spidering looks better than etap+extralite
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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by burglarboycie

Sisl2 and spidering on every cannondale in my opinion.

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by Hennesy

garjo wrote:
Fri May 04, 2018 8:42 am
in my opinion SiSl2 with spidering looks better than etap+extralite
burglarboycie wrote:
Fri May 04, 2018 11:30 am
Sisl2 and spidering on every cannondale in my opinion.

Guys you are right, but the Sram etap + extradite will cost me 200€ less... Also with this combination I will save 60 grams. Hollow looks all way better then red/extralite. Btw I've read about some problems between red etap and hollow cranks.

That's a hard choice...

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by Imaking20

Red crank and MKV chainrings will save even more money - though it will give up a few grams to the extralite chainrings. I suspect that trade off would be worth it for the improved shifting.

I'm liking your choice of cockpit!
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by Hennesy

Just ordered new sh*t.
Stay tune :beerchug: :mrgreen:

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by Hennesy

Pedals arrived.
Look Keo Blade Carbon Ti Lucky deal on eBay:

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Btw I need to change the blade, they are 20nm :twisted:

Cheap Carbon bottlecages from China:

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