Lightweight Urgestalt 5423g

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The perfect wheels now on both bikes;
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That's a pretty cool line up right there. I still love the lines and geometry of the R3

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Looking good mate.
Can't beat Lightweights.
Got info on our seat posts so will pm you.

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Finally got around to shaving some weight off the shifters. I am also enjoying the stealth look. :)

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The hunt for grams continues with a Carbonworks bottle cage;

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Those shifter are the bomb! You sick bastard

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mike wrote:
Mon Feb 22, 2021 10:05 pm
Those shifter are the bomb! You sick bastard
Thank you! - 4Ibanez's Supersix Evo build was my inspiration.

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Actually i prefered the special edition lightweights on that build.
In my opinion, the whits spokes simply nailed it.
Yeah...i know, they are heavier...40gr. per pair if i recall right, but they look simply perfect on that bike.
I'd also stick with the rotor cranks for the time being....nothing bad about the THMs, but i am not sure, if they would really suit the build.
Shifters look really sweet.
Nice build :)
Interested in buying Carbonsport Lightweight wheels with broken spokes.

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Lozaen wrote:
Thu Feb 25, 2021 4:39 pm
Actually i prefered the special edition lightweights on that build.
In my opinion, the whits spokes simply nailed it.
Yeah...i know, they are heavier...40gr. per pair if i recall right, but they look simply perfect on that bike.
I'd also stick with the rotor cranks for the time being....nothing bad about the THMs, but i am not sure, if they would really suit the build.
Shifters look really sweet.
Nice build :)
Thank you for the kind words! :)

I agree 100%, the white wheels looked nicer. I didn't plan on selling the white wheels, but I was given a good offer for them. :/

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I've got a set of THM Clavicula SE now with brand new Octaramp chainrings. They are about 90 grams lighter than the M3 ones, and will suit this build well I think. I do plan on moving the power meter crankset back and forth between my two bikes though.

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Lucendi wrote:
Thu Feb 25, 2021 6:05 pm
Lozaen wrote:
Thu Feb 25, 2021 4:39 pm
Actually i prefered the special edition lightweights on that build.
In my opinion, the whits spokes simply nailed it.
Yeah...i know, they are heavier...40gr. per pair if i recall right, but they look simply perfect on that bike.
I'd also stick with the rotor cranks for the time being....nothing bad about the THMs, but i am not sure, if they would really suit the build.
Shifters look really sweet.
Nice build :)
Thank you for the kind words! :)

I agree 100%, the white wheels looked nicer. I didn't plan on selling the white wheels, but I was given a good offer for them. :/

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I've got a set of THM Clavicula SE now with brand new Octaramp chainrings. They are about 90 grams lighter than the M3 ones, and will suit this build well I think. I do plan on moving the power meter crankset back and forth between my two bikes though.

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Sold the Urgestalt? That is another frame you got the THM Clavicula SE on, isn't it?
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wheelsONfire wrote:
Mon Mar 29, 2021 1:55 am
Sold the Urgestalt? That is another frame you got the THM Clavicula SE on, isn't it?
I borrowed the photo of the crankset from the sellers listing before I could get it on the Urgestalt;

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Here they are mounted with brand new Extralite Octaramp chain rings and J&L aluminium chainring bolts. 400,4 grams in total! :)

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Wow! Those shifters! Very nice! 8)

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jemfr59 wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 6:24 pm
Wow! Those shifters! Very nice! 8)
Thank you! :)

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The shifters got another tune with the dremel, this time to accept Schmolke 24mm Shimano shifter clamps.

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Dropping the weight of the shifters down to a total of about 212 grams!

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The nuts holding the clamps are still steel and weigh a total of 5,5 grams, should be easy to half that with titanium or aluminium nuts.

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