Specialized Tarmac SL6 Pro 2019 (UPDATED) 6.28kg with C24s

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Kevinch76
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by Kevinch76

Yah or Nay! Weighing now at 7.03kg

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bruno2000
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by bruno2000

Yahhh

Kevinch76
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by Kevinch76

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Weighing now at 7.03kg.... but bringing her weight down with the following parts....

Pirelli's

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Compact Dura Ace Cranks

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Look Keos...

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Gold KMC Chains...

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Kevinch76
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by Kevinch76

So wonder whats the FINAL Sub 7kg's weight gonna be like?

Make a wild guess...

Kevinch76
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by Kevinch76

Current Setup:

Frameset: Tarmac Pro SL6 with S works seatpost
R8000 Ultegra Groupset (Crankset 52/36, Direct Mount Calipers)
CEMA Ceramic Bottombracket
S Works Carbon Shallow Bend Handle bar
S Works SL Stem
Specialized Romin Pro Carbon Rail Saddle
Look Keo Carbon pedals
Bontrager Carbon Cages
Fulcrum Racing Zero Nites Wheelset
Atik Titanium Skewers
Specialized S-Wrap Roubiax Bartapes
GP4000s tyres

Looking to upgrade to:
Dura Ace Compact 50/34 Crankset
Look Keo Blade Carbon Ti spindle pedals
Pirelli P Zero Velo 25cc
KMC X11 SL Chain

Potentially upgrade Ultegra Direct mount to EE Direct Mount Calipers...that will shave another +- 180gms....

Thoughts?

coriordan
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by coriordan

Take better photos.

centurionAL
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by centurionAL

Pirellis are not light. Alot of your components are on the heavy side.

Kevinch76
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by Kevinch76

centurionAL wrote:
Wed Sep 26, 2018 1:07 am
Pirellis are not light. Alot of your components are on the heavy side.
Not admitting they are ultra lights but decent enough and more importantly the bike ride is awesome... :)


Kevinch76
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by Kevinch76

All this and she weighs 6.9kg flat on the scale. She may not have exotic parts and not super light weight but a decent bike in me own opinion.

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dominikk
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by dominikk

Indeed!
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happyon2wheels
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by happyon2wheels

Absolutely great looking bike! The Pirelli's are really good tires with lots of grip and good puncture resistance. If you don't already use latex tubes I can highly recommend the Vredestein Superlite's as they will make the ride buttery smooth with these tires.

Just for esthetics I would cross the shifter cables as this would give a nicer curve and more direct entry into the frame (see some of Calnago's builds for reference).

Kevinch76
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by Kevinch76

happyon2wheels wrote:
Wed Sep 26, 2018 8:10 am
Absolutely great looking bike! The Pirelli's are really good tires with lots of grip and good puncture resistance. If you don't already use latex tubes I can highly recommend the Vredestein Superlite's as they will make the ride buttery smooth with these tires.

Just for esthetics I would cross the shifter cables as this would give a nicer curve and more direct entry into the frame (see some of Calnago's builds for reference).
Thanks for the great tips on esthetics... awesome constructive feedback!

Kevinch76
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by Kevinch76

Replacing the Ultegra R8000 RD to DA 9100 RD


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Kevinch76
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Got it now to 6.85kg....

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