Specialized S-Works Aethos 6,22kg

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ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

szabofly wrote:
Fri Nov 20, 2020 5:12 pm
Ome Please contact me
nut.sillapa@gmail.com
I wan to but your AX brakeset
You'll probably receive your package from DHL this week.
Many thanks!

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ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

Parts slowly coming in. Btw, I didn't go for the super light build. Just a solid build, but still light.
Here's the build list. Blank spaces means order has not arrived yet.

Build list
FRAME: Specialized S-Works Aethos color Satin Carbon/Gloss Black Chrome size 52
PARTS:
- GROUPSET: Shimano Dura-Ace R9170 Di2 Disc Hydro
- PEDALS:
- WHEELSET:
- TIRES: Continental GP5000 25
- SADDLE: Specialized S-Works Power Carbon
- HANDLEBAR: Easton E100 Carbon Di2 42cm
-STEM: Specialized S-Works SL 100mm
- BOTTLECAGE: Ax-Lightness Nasdorowje Carbon

ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

Ordered Roval Alpinist CLX wheels a week ago hoping I have something to open for Christmas.

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kode54
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by kode54

I thought you would use the Lightweight disc wheels on this build since they’re not deep enough for your SL7.
- Factor 02 VAM Disc
- Factor LS Disc
- Sturdy Ti Allroad Disc
- Guru Praemio R Disc
- Moots Vamoots Disc RSL Ti
- AX Lightness VIAL evo Rim

ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

kode54 wrote:
Tue Dec 15, 2020 1:12 pm
I thought you would use the Lightweight disc wheels on this build since they’re not deep enough for your SL7.
That was the plan, but wanted to put 1,200g wheels on this build. The lightweight wegweiser is 1,424g.


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by Maddie

Perfect timing!

kode54
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by kode54

ome rodriguez wrote:
kode54 wrote:
Tue Dec 15, 2020 1:12 pm
I thought you would use the Lightweight disc wheels on this build since they’re not deep enough for your SL7.
That was the plan, but wanted to put 1,200g wheels on this build. The lightweight wegweiser is 1,424g.
Not much weight savings with the Wegweiser. Alpinist almost 200g lighter is amazing.

All parts in?
- Factor 02 VAM Disc
- Factor LS Disc
- Sturdy Ti Allroad Disc
- Guru Praemio R Disc
- Moots Vamoots Disc RSL Ti
- AX Lightness VIAL evo Rim

kode54
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by kode54

And not tubeless. How much more grams over with tube setup?
- Factor 02 VAM Disc
- Factor LS Disc
- Sturdy Ti Allroad Disc
- Guru Praemio R Disc
- Moots Vamoots Disc RSL Ti
- AX Lightness VIAL evo Rim

ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

Yes and all parts in. Will assemble the bike next week so I can ride it on New Year’s Day.

Specialized Roval Alpinist CLX Carbon Clincher Disc Satin Carbon/Gloss Black 12x100 front/12x142 rear HG freehub
Weight with rim tapes: 1,266g

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Unbrokenchain
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by Unbrokenchain

My Control SL mtb wheels weigh in at 1254 with rim tape & valve stem!!

ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

Unbrokenchain wrote:
Fri Dec 25, 2020 2:02 am
My Control SL mtb wheels weigh in at 1254 with rim tape & valve stem!!
Your rims are shallower and hookless.

aih312
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by aih312

I just got mine the other day in Gloss Forest Green/Gold Pearl/Flake. I will def do Di2Dura ACE, however just starting to think through cockpit. I do have some ENVE compact handle bars and stem from SL6 S Works I never got around to building this summer. However will have to replace the stem with a longer length. Part of me just wants todo a full S Works cockpit and call it a day..Wheels will be Bontrager RSL 37 I got over the summer and have been a superb set of wheels, no complaints.
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ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

aih312 wrote:
Fri Dec 25, 2020 2:00 pm
I just got mine the other day in Gloss Forest Green/Gold Pearl/Flake. I will def do Di2Dura ACE, however just starting to think through cockpit. I do have some ENVE compact handle bars and stem from SL6 S Works I never got around to building this summer. However will have to replace the stem with a longer length. Part of me just wants todo a full S Works cockpit and call it a day..Wheels will be Bontrager RSL 37 I got over the summer and have been a superb set of wheels, no complaints.
Very nice! The Enve cockpit is fine, but the Bontrager wheels will clash with the frame.

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aih312
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by aih312

Very nice! The Enve cockpit is fine, but the Bontrager wheels will clash with the frame.
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Thanks man, same with yours! Yeah I agree, I may just get some new ENVE 3.4 SES and put the RSL 37 on my wife's bike...Def going to follow your build and see how it turns out.

thx
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