2015 S-works Tarmac 6,29kg

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nagge
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by nagge

Got my new bike two days ago and thought I'd put up a thread.


Updated 03/06/2014

Frameset: 2015 S-works Tarmac Size 56
Group: Shimano Dura Ace 9000
Casette: CS-9000 11-25
Crankset: S-works FACT carbon 172,5
Bottom bracket: Ceramic Speed OSBB
Chainrings: Praxis Works Classic 53/39 (147g)
Chainring bolts: Procraft Aluminium torx black (12g)
Chain: DA9000
Wheels: 2014 Zipp 404 Firecrest Tubulars (1474g)
Tires: Veloflex Extreme/Carbon with Zipp extenders
Glue: Vittoria Mastik'one
Skewers: Tune DC14 silver (with added springs)
Stem: 3T Arx team 110mm 17deg (131g)
Handlebars: S-works carbon 42cm SS 123x75
Saddle: Mcfk 130mm matte (74g)
Seatpots: Mcfk 27,2 x 350mm, 20mm setback (112g)
Brakepads: Swisstop Black Prince
Bottlecages: 2x S-works Carbon Rib cage (18g each)
Computer: Garmin Edge 500 with black Walleva case
Powermeter: Quarq Specialized
Pedals: Speedplay Cro-Mo black
Other: Racewaredirect Garmin mount, black Ti-bolts for brake cables and brake pad holders.

Just been out for 2hrs on it so far and havent been able to really push it since I'm recovering from a crash, but I really like it so far.

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g_doraz
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by g_doraz

Awesome. I love it. I'm considering gone myself, and this pain scheme will be at the top of my list.


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by Weenie


nagge
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by nagge

Got my new stem, nice weight saving of 59g over the old one.

3T arx team 110mm 17deg, 131g
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After some acetone
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Got to get the steerer tube cut so I can get rid of the spacer.

paradawt
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by paradawt

Better, looks better no doubt.

I think I'll do the same in my Zero100.
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by nathanong87

dang slammed on bearing , tight.

nagge
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by nagge

Might as well slam it proper :)

Some new pics from this evenings ride
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The ride is so smooth compared to the venge, it just absorbs rough roads.

Stammer
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by Stammer

Man, that is one sweet ride. I can't wait to get one. Do you by chance can feel any difference with the previous Sworks SL4? I hope the comfort doesn't sacrifice any stiffness of the bike..How do you feel it when you put down more power? any flex on the BB?

6,7kg eh, with some weeenie stuffs, i think it can be easily be in the 6kg area

vlastrada
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by vlastrada

really like it and deserves closer pics :)

btw did you weigh the frame + fork?

gilles
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by gilles

really nice!

what made you choose the s-works Handelbar over a 3T?

i ll post pictures of mine at the end of the week. (same frame)

nagge
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by nagge

Just got 180g lighter...

Mcfk seatpost 27,2 350mm 20mm setback, 112g
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Mcfk saddle 130mm, 74g
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nagge
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by nagge

Stammer: I've never ridden the SL4, but I can tell for sure that this bike is plenty stiff when putting down power, can't feel any flex at all.

Vlastrada: Sorry I was in such a rush to get it built that I never bothered to weigh the frameset. Will have to do that some time in the future.

gilles: Simply the fact that I had them since before on my previous bike and I like the shape of them.

Stammer
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by Stammer

Can't wait to see what's the final ww weight for this bike as I'm planning to build one myself :)

nagge
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by nagge

Weight with 38mm tubulars and Ultegra 6800 11-25 casette 6.36kg.

vlastrada
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by vlastrada

great build throughout, deserves some close range pics! ;-)

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nagge
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by nagge

Thanks :)
Anything in particular you want pictures of?

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