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kgt
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by kgt

wow!

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Kayrehn
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by Kayrehn

jmagoulas wrote:
TARE wrote:4.9 kg


You must do a build thread.
The build list
- Sram red
- Mavic Wheels
- Zero G Gravitas brakes?
- Lightning cranks with Extralite chainrings
- BERK EVERYTHING ELSE.

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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

kgt wrote:wow!

+1! piece of art. weight of the complete set is incredible!

spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

deltree wrote:
Kayrehn wrote:The frame looks really nice and I'll like to know how much the entire module weighs, but the (plastidip) cranks (lightning?) is too much and doesn't go with a gold chain imo.


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The complete set as on photo - frame, fork, headset, integrated seatpost/saddle and handlebar are 1209g:

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redonk... I'd like to see one with DM brakes.

jooo
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by jooo

Cool bike, but why can't people tell the difference between Lightning and SWorks cranks? The cranks look nothing alike!

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Kayrehn
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by Kayrehn

jooo wrote:Cool bike, but why can't people tell the difference between Lightning and SWorks cranks? The cranks look nothing alike!


I'm sorry I'm not much of a Specialized fanboy to know the difference.

jooo
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by jooo

Yeah, huge fanboy :roll:

The big DS crank bolt and the completely different arm shape isn't enough of a giveaway?

NiFTY
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by NiFTY

To be fair, specialized cranks used to look a lot like lightnings (as specialized bought the rights to the design) but the new speci design as seen on that bike looks way differentas does the spider.
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jooo wrote:Cool bike, but why can't people tell the difference between Lightning and SWorks cranks? The cranks look nothing alike!
You might want to pull your head in a little, quite easy to mistake the older versions.

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jooo
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by jooo

My intent was not to single Kayrehn out and my phrasing should have been better, for that I apologise.

But pull your head in? Really? My point is valid (even on the old version). The crank bolt is an easy giveaway!

AZR3
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My 56cm SuperSix Evo Hi-MOD

As if Hi-MODs weren't popular enough I've joined the "sanded" frame club but that was mostly due to having a repair done and deciding not to hide the repair

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5.375kg
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TARE
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Work in progress... 4.395g

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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

5,87, using only standard parts except brakes.

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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

bontrager cages regrettably broke (one), so i replaced those by sasos lying arround in a box (identical weight).
and saved another 17 gr. by replacing fsa stem by deda. although changed top cap at headset area for cosmetical reasons.
no more changes now, racing season for this bike starts on sunday.

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by Imaking20

5.4 kg with the heaviest seatpost in the world!

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