Scott Scale 30 2011 and Chinese beauty

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by rainerhq

Got this bike finally completed. Waited drivetrain parts about 2 months(don´t want to talk about it :evil: ). Fork, pedals, barends, tyres and computer are from my old bike, the rest is new.

Frame: Scott Scale 30 HMF M 2011
Fork: Rock Shox SID Race 100mm 2009 w PuchLoc

Seat: Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio Flow
Seatpost: Syntace P6 34,9 x 480mm
Seat collar: KCNC 38,2mm

Wheels: Fun Works N-light / NoTubes ZTR Alpine / Sapim CX-Ray
Skewers: DT Swiss RWS/Iron Works bolt-on
Tyres: Conti Race King 2.2"/2.0“
Tubes: Stan's sealant

Brakes: XTR BR-M985
Rotors: Ashima ARO-08 160mm

Cassette: XT CS-M771-10, 11-34
Chain: CN-M980
Rear derailleur: XTR RD-M980 GS
Front derailleur: XTR FD-M986
Shifters: XTR SL-M980-I

Crankset: XTR FC-M985 2x10 42/30 175mm
Bottom bracket: SM-BB91-41A
Pedals: PD-M540

Handlebar: MTZoom 580mm OS
Barends: Scott RC
Headset: Ritchey Pro Tapered
Stem: Scott Comp 4 bolt OS 90mm
Grips: KCNC EVA foam
Spacer: alu + carbon
Top cap: Scott, Ti bolt
Water cage: Elite
Polar CS400

Weight: 9440g

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by Scale Biker

Nice :twisted:
How much weight the frame ?
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Haven´t weighted it, but should be 1120g.
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Ok thanks for the weight
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some red bolts...

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the bare frame weight is around 890g

no headset/bb/seatclamp i presume.

check light bikes it

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Classy looking, light ride.

The recent series of MTB posts (including this one) are making me consider going to the dark side and getting a mountain bike...
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Some races could be done with rigid fork. The weight with this fork is 8,7kg.
Also changed the cassette to XT 11-34.

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Not a WW, but thought mabye someone is interested in my Dengfu FM028 build.

Frameset
Frame: FM028
Fork: F007

Frame misc.
Headset: Neco
Expander: Neco
Top Cap: Fibre-Lyte, Al bolt
Spacers: Ebay CF
Seat clamp: New Ultimate
Bottlecage Bolts: alu
Cbl. Tensioners: Jagwire
Chainstay protector: 3M

Cockpit
Stem: Scott, 110mm
Bars: FSA Omega Compact
Bartape: FSA Kork Ultra-Gel
Barplugs: FSA
Seatpost: Omni Racer
Saddle: Fi:zik Arione

Gear&Brake
Shifters: ST-6700
Crankset: FC-6700 G
BB: SM-BB6700
Front Der: FD-6700 G
Rear Der: RD-6700 G
Brakes: BR-6700 G
Chain: CH-7901
Cassette: CS-7900 12-23
Cables/housing: Shimano

Wheels
Wheelset: Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL
Rim Strip: No Tubes
Tyres: Vittoria Rubino Pro
Tubes: Maxxis Ultralight
Skewers: Planet X
Spoke magnet: Polar

Misc.
Pedals: PD-5700
Bottle Cages: Ebay CF
Computer: Polar CS400

Weight: 7960g

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What size frame is your FM028 - a 53?

I'm building a winter bike using the same frame, fork and wheels but using 105 rather than Ultegra. Should look very similar to yours.

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Just being curious, why are you running a 2.2 and 2.0 tyre setup on your Scott? I usually prefer both tires to be the same width although the type can be different.

Nice Chinese beauty by the way, it looks a bit like a Neilpryde or Giant.
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Guy wrote:What size frame is your FM028 - a 53?

I'm building a winter bike using the same frame, fork and wheels but using 105 rather than Ultegra. Should look very similar to yours.


Size 54.

EDIT: FM028 comes in 52 or 54, I think You have FM015
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Tomstr wrote:Just being curious, why are you running a 2.2 and 2.0 tyre setup on your Scott? I usually prefer both tires to be the same width although the type can be different.

Nice Chinese beauty by the way, it looks a bit like a Neilpryde or Giant.


Bigger front tyre offers more comfort (especially with rigid fork) and better grip on turns. Rear 2.0 is a bit lighter :) There are lighter options but these are very durable.
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I'm considering a set of 2.2's with Stans in it. The comfort and grip should be good. Have you measured how wide the 2.2 of have a picture of the 2.0 in the rear chanstay? I'm wondering if it clears the chanstays of my Commençal.
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I haven´t measured tyres or clereance but one reason I never tried to mount 2.2 on rear, because i read someone had problems with clearance.
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