Specialized Allez Sprint Disc - updated with pictures and full build

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perplex
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by perplex

Final build is ready...

Will still update it with some 50mm wheels at some point :)

Frame: Specialized Allez Sprint Disc 1367grams
Fork Specialized Allez Sprint Disc 435grams
Tubes Michelin Aircomp Ultralight 155grams
Front Wheel Fulcrum Racing 5 DB 745grams
TA Front wheel Specialized 31grams
Rear wheel Fulcrum Racing 5 DB 845grams
TA Rear Wheel Specialized 34grams
Tyres Michelin Power 424grams
Cassette SRAM Red 158grams
Crankset Rotor InPower 550grams
Crankset cups Rotor 14grams
Chainrings Rotor 154grams
Chainring bolts KCNC 9grams
Bottom Bracket Praxis 50grams
Shift Levers eTap 270grams
Rear Derailleur eTap 213grams
Front Derailleur eTap 138grams
Batteries eTap 48grams
Chain Shimano Ultegra 243grams
Brake Caliber TRP Spyre 332grams
Brake Rotor Shimano Dura Ace 204grams
Stem 3T ARX 134grams
Handlebars 3T Tornova 210grams
Headset bearings Specialized 80grams
Saddle Specialized Power Sworks 166grams
Seat Post Clamp Specialized Venge 31grams
Seat Post Specialized Venge 186grams
Pedals Speedplay 195grams
Cables Jagwire KEB-SL 125grams
Water bottle cage Specialized 66grams
Waterbottle Bolts Specialized 4grams
Headset spacers Specialized 15grams
Topcap + bolt POP 8grams
Bartape + plugs Lizard Skin 50grams
Expander MCFK 12grams
Garmin Mount K-edge 50grams
Light mount KNOG 20grams

Total 7771
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BigDog
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by BigDog

Gorgeous! Where did you get it from?

Henrylips
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by Henrylips

Pretty in red. Amazing frame!

perplex
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by perplex

BigDog wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:58 pm
Gorgeous! Where did you get it from?
Thanks - I got it from Jet Cycles in Sydney.

http://www.jetcycles.com.au
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weeracerweenie
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Stunning! Can’t wait to see this!
I guess there's worse hobbies than making a bike light? Right?

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Cool. What are your planned buildkit?
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perplex wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:24 am

Frame in a size 58: 1510 grams with BB/Headset bearings and der. hanger included. That is approx. 1370ish without bearings?
My guesses would be:
Hanger 15g
Upper bearing 17g
Lower bearing 22g
BB 85g (not familiar with the OSBB and whether it has a shell or not)
Total: 139g (1 gram off your guess :P )

Frame looks awesome!

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cerro
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Those headsetbearings are heavier, can weight a set tomorrow if I remember. The BB is just 49g, a regular BB30.
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perplex
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cerro wrote:
Mon Aug 20, 2018 9:31 pm
Cool. What are your planned buildkit?
Hi Mate,

Updated the post with the build ideas and some prelimenary weight estimates...

The eTap (coming over from my existing bike) will be on there for two reasons: Keeping the bike clean and keep my wallet out of trouble.

The rest of the build is a bit of old parts that I have laying around and a few new parts like the TRP brakes (Chosen so I can keep my eTap) and a new wheelset, most likely a 40-50 mm - perhaps a Fulcrum 40mm or a Farsports 50mm... Haven't decided yet.
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perplex
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A few pictures of the TRP Spyre brakes and rotors.

Not too bad for the 140mm rotor. Might go for that at the front as well.
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Front caliber
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Rear caliber
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Front rotor
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Rear Rotor
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perplex
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The build is close to done. Only cables, tape and rotors are left.

Weight should be somewhere 7.73 kg...

Pretty hard to get a good photos of the frame but after a bit of PS it looks more or less like I see it...

Tomorrow it's time to get the fit dialed in and go for a ride. Might have to get a new stem as the one used for the build done is only 90mm and my old bike had a 130mm...
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07stuntin6r
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perplex wrote:The build is close to done. Only cables, tape and rotors are left.

Weight should be somewhere 7.73 kg...

Pretty hard to get a good photos of the frame but after a bit of PS it looks more or less like I see it...

Tomorrow it's time to get the fit dialed in and go for a ride. Might have to get a new stem as the one used for the build done is only 90mm and my old bike had a 130mm...
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Cant wait to hear how it compares to the reg allez sprint!

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

Are the Michelin Power tires new or am I just noticing them now. I've seen them a fair bit on group rides lately. They're a good weight for an "endurance" tire.

This is a beautiful bike, great combination of colors.

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by Jackal008

What’s the tyre clearance spec ie would it take Conti 28s?


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perplex
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by perplex

Jackal008 wrote:
Mon Sep 10, 2018 4:24 am
What’s the tyre clearance spec ie would it take Conti 28s?


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This is a 25mm Michelin on 17mm rims.

Don't know the official numbers from Spec, but I cant see any issues with a 28mm tyre.
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