Moots Vamoots RSL - 6140g

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elfuinha
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by elfuinha

Already shipped.
Haven't seen the finish product.
Pictures tomorrow.
Next week should be here.

GT56
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by GT56

teocl wrote:
GT56 wrote:
cool, what is the headtube length and stack-height ?

txs


It's a stock size 54 with a 5mm spacer.


txs, but can you measure the headtube lenght, the Moots Geo Table only shows the version with the regular headtube ?

teocl
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by teocl

Mine measures 13.5cm.
It is 1 cm longer than the standard headtube as per stated by Moots. The result is a similar stack as the standard head tube.

elfuinha
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by elfuinha

all complete now.

Thanks Berk, another great BarStem Combo:


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6140g:
Frame - Moots Vamoots RSL 56 + Paragon Stainless Cable Ajusters
Fork - THM Scapula F with custom black decals matt
Front derailleur hanger - MCFK 3K 34.9mm New Version
Chain Catcher - RaceWare 3D Printed Hollow Titanium
Headset - chris king sotto voce 1 1/8 nothreadset headset + SPIN Titanium 3mm Base Plate.
spacers - RaceWare 3D Printed Hollow Titanium - Custom with my name, on one side of the 10mm
seatpost clamp - Tune 34.9mm
Seatpost - MCFK 3K 30.9mm + Parts of PassionM5 Yokes
Seat - MCFK 3K
Stem - MCFK 3k 110mm by BERK COMPOSITES, Ti Bolts
Bar - Ax-lightness 4200 42cm by BERK COMPOSITES
Bartape - Lizard Skins DSP 2,5mm
bottle cages and hardware - King Cages + ti Bolts
Cables - Campagnolo 2015
Brakes - THM Carbones Fibula with custom black decals matt
Brake Pads - Lightweight Shimano
Front derailleur - Campagnolo Super Record 2015
Rear derailleur - Campagnolo Super Record 2015
Crankset - THM Carbones Clavicula matt
Bottom Bracket - THM Carbones PFBB30
Chainrings - Carbon-Ti Road EVO Titanium 50/35
Chainring bolts - Parts of Passion
Chain - KMC X-11 SL DLC black
Shifters - Campagnolo Super Record 2015 + Ti hardware
Cassette - Campagnolo Super Record 11-25
Wheels - Lightweight Meilenstein 20/20 - 36T ratchet
Tubulars - FMB Paris Roubaix 25mm Silk
Pedals - Keywin Carbon-TI
Computer mounts - K-Edge Pioneer by BERK COMPOSITES
Computer/Sensors - Pioneer SGX-CA500

Add to remove the I-links and Mini-I-links as they don't fit the internal passage holes of the handlebar.

elfuinha
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by elfuinha

2014 ---------------> 2015

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kgt
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by kgt

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DWatkinsBSB
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by DWatkinsBSB

MCFK, THM, Tune, Ax-Lightness, Lightweight... you've got the best components out there. I am stunned by the fact the bike sits at 6140g.

Do you have a table with a breakdown of weights per component?

Cheers!

elfuinha
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by elfuinha

DWatkinsBSB wrote:MCFK, THM, Tune, Ax-Lightness, Lightweight... you've got the best components out there. I am stunned by the fact the bike sits at 6140g.

Do you have a table with a breakdown of weights per component?

Cheers!


Sorry don't have individual weights, but don't be so surprised the frame alone weight 1250g. Don't forget if read the thread that the bike doesn't have parts with the weight limit below 100kg.

Best regards

elfuinha
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by elfuinha

new update on the way, custom Ax-lightness Phoenix matt, weight limit 95kg

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stripes
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by stripes

Love the build!

elfuinha
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by elfuinha

stripes wrote:Love the build!


thanks

beanbiken
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by beanbiken

Excellent build and weight. Plan to do something similar [titanium] with my next build but my parts will be nowhere near as top shelf as yours.......
Ahhh, coffee & carbon

elfuinha
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by elfuinha

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picture with the saddle, still trying to find the sweet spot, but it's more difficult that my last saddle the MCFK, this is position 2 on picture, but is 2mm lower than it's now. will try tomorrow if the weather let me.

Also will change the white decals with black ones.

Kumppa
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by Kumppa

Great build and black decals make it looks even better!

elfuinha
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by elfuinha

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