MSC Koncept Carbon Di2 - 6965g/15.35lbs

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tonytourist
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by tonytourist

Are you 1x10 now, or have regular shifting for the front?

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by krzysiekmz

It's 2x10. Up front is still Record 10s QS.

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by the_marsbar

1 x 10 would be a little bit offensive with a 27-11 cassette. With the K-edge Di2 RD and a 36-11 cassette, I would mind a single ring up front :)

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by krzysiekmz

It is an 11-32 cassette with 42-27 rings up front. Have not missed a shift yet with Di2 nor charged the battery in olmost 3 months. Recently got a new front derr. from a forum member. BTP Campy Record and modded it to top pull.
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by krzysiekmz

Did some further modifications recently and the bike now has full Di2 drivetrain and internal wiring/battery. This included drilling 2 holes in the frame and a lot of soldering. Current weight is a bit over 7300g or 16lbs.



What's next? :noidea:

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by Epic-o

krzysiekmz wrote:What's next? :noidea:



A <900gr tubular wheelset?

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by krzysiekmz

Yes this is the next thing but, a bit overkill for my riding and tubular may be somewhat trouble in MTB riding and not strictly racing...

Also, a lot of $$$, so I am thinking of a budget 29er build (maybe road) to try something new.

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MSC Koncept Carbon Di2 - 6955g
Leichtkraft Team Carbon - 6868g.

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krzysiekmz wrote:Yes this is the next thing but, a bit overkill for my riding and tubular may be somewhat trouble in MTB riding and not strictly racing...

Also, a lot of $$$, so I am thinking of a budget 29er build (maybe road) to try something new.

Chris.



Well, not a 29er nor a road bike has happened in the meantime...



Brake: (Front) – Formula R1 (black polished, carbon lever, carbon clamp) - 160.4g
Brake: (Rear) – Formula R1 (black polished, carbon lever, carbon clamp) – 167.8g
-Rotor: (Front) - Kettle Cycles 160mm – 54.8g
-Rotor: (Rear) - Kettle Cycles 140mm - 43.0g
-Rotor bolts - 10xTi + 2xalu – 11.6g
-Rear Adapter: (KCNC 140mm) + 2xalu m6x14 – 12.9g
Caliper bolts - 2xTi + 2xalu m6x16 – 10.3g
Cables - Shimano Di2 tuned(modified internal battery) - 82.8g
Cassette - 11-28 Shimano Dura Ace(Nino Ti tuned) - 163g
Chain - KMC X10 SL Gold (105 links) – 235.4g
Crankset - THM Clavicula MTB 2x10 (FRM Pro 40t, R2-bike 26t – 521.4g
Derlr. (Front) - Shimano Di2(alu. bolts; Smud clamp) - 123.8g
Derlr. (Rear) - Shimano Di2(alu. pivot bolt) - 213.9g
Fork - DT Swiss XRC 100 TwinShot(carbon cap) - 1146.6g
Frame– MSC Koncept Carbon M (DT Swiss XR damper, KCNC Radiant R1 headset bearings*, Ti/Alu. bolts, derr. Hanger, bikeshield protective foil) – 1567.9g
Grips – Extralite Ultragrips (Cut) – 13.2g
Handlebar - AX-Lightness Poseidon UD 25.4x580mm (Bar-end use) – 81.9g
Pedals - Crank Brothers Egg Beaters 4Ti (Ti springs, alu. nuts, plastic sleeves) – 146.9g
Seat - 0g
Seatpost - Berk Seat/Seatpost combo(31.6x350mm) - 137.8g
Seatpost Clamp - Smud Carbon SL – 4.8g
Shifters - Shimano/Cateye tuned - 19.8g
Skewers - Tune DC 16/17 – 35.4g
Stem - Syntace F99 75mm (Ti bolts) – 83.7g
Headset – KCNC Radiant R1 (Tune BuBu Cap) – 8.2g*
Top-cap - Soul Kozak Light-bike edition (Cut,hollow) – 3.7g
Expander – Extralite Ultrastar (polished) – 8.7g
Tire (Front) - Tufo XC2 Plus - 462.6g
Tire (Rear) - Tufo XC2 Plus - 468.4g
Tubes: Glue - 30g
Wheel Front:
-Hub - Extralite HyperFront 28h 9mm - 79.4g
-Rim - Ax Lightness SRT CC 28h – 229.2g
-Spokes - Sapim Superspoke - 103.2g
-Nipples – Sapim alu. – 9.8g
-Rim Tape - 0g
Wheel Rear:
-Hub - Extralite HyperRear 28h - 167.7g
-Rim - Ax Lightness SRT CC 28g - 229.4g
-Spokes - Sapim Superspoke - 106.8g
-Nipples - Dt - 9.8g
-Rim Tape - 0g
-(Misc.) – Bar plugs, zip-ties, spacer, carbon paste – 10g

Total: 6965.3g or 15.36lb

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by Martin.F

Awesome, I love it. How does it handle, and are the brakes with those rotors ok? Is it the AX saddle shape from Berk?
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by krzysiekmz

It handles great and is the best bike I've had. Recent wheel change contributes to this a lot, but I must say Dugast tires are much better than Tufo, which are a bit too narrow as well. To me they lack cornering grip. Frame isn't the stiffest but quick and complaint.

Still have not had a good chance to test the rotors. Rear is great but front was terribly noisy and just took it off. So so brake power too... I already have different pads so I'll experiment soon.

Berk combo is based on the Ax Lightness saddle. One of the best purchases too :thumbup:



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Leichtkraft Team Carbon - 6868g.

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by bally81

I bet that bike rides like a dream being so light !
From the aesthetic side I would have set the saddle slightly more back.
But nevertheless.. awesome bike, congratulations !!

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by andreszucs

Finding your post was quite inspiring! I have a 2011 Scott spark 10 69er moving towards sub 18lbs...hopefully...but the and of this month! then I find your bike..to keep me motivated to go even further and further! just making sure keep getting my precious garage time!

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