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PSC88
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by PSC88

Hey,

So here is my wife and my own Tarmac SL6. They're both about 7kg, now that hers has just had some Dura Ace swapped onto it.

Mine
58cm in Blue
Dura Ace 9050 (9100 brakeset)
Wheels Mfg bb adaptor
SWorks Romin saddle
Deda superleggero stem, and carbon bar.
Hunt 36 Aerowide with schwalbe pro one tubless or turbo cottons (season dependant)
Vector 2s power meter.
Elite plastic bottle cages.

Wife's bike

54cm Womens Silver
Dura Ace 9150
Wheels Mfg bb
S works power saddle
Deda zero 100 stem and bar
Roval CL50 with S-works turbo, lifeline skewers.
Planet x carbon bottle cages
Spesh power meter on crank arm.

Hers could be a bit lighter but isn't keen on carbon bars.

I don't think there's too much weight to take off either unless you go nuts with cash on expensive parts.
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Current Bikes:

S-Works Tarmac SL6, Colnago Super 1979, Planet X Pro Carbon

Old bikes:

Canyon Ultimate CF SLX (RIP) , Ribble R872, Ribble Winter 7005

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Robt57
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by Robt57

Mac Daddy, and Mommy!!


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mcw
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... at the YMCA (German Version).

mvcap
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by mvcap

New SL6, snappy and smooth! ImageImageImage

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tnkn
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by tnkn

My SL6... Love it!

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robbosmans
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by robbosmans

Specialized is really nailing their paintjobs in recent years, that blue looks great


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jag
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by jag

PSC88 wrote:
Mon Apr 13, 2020 10:32 pm
Hey,

So here is my wife and my own Tarmac SL6. They're both about 7kg, now that hers has just had some Dura Ace swapped onto it.

Mine
58cm in Blue
Dura Ace 9050 (9100 brakeset)
Nice bikes ;-)
Is there a reason for 9100 brakeset? I ask because I'm considering getting a set of Rovals CLX64s, and I'm not sure if they will fit (9010 brakeset, not 9110)
How's the wheel/brake clearance on your wife's bike?

BTW, my SL6 is the same color and size as yours ;-)

Dannnnn
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by Dannnnn

Just picked up this S-Works Tarmac SL2 frameset for a new project.
Needs a repair to the chainstay and then it's getting a repaint and build.Image

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Dannnnn
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by Dannnnn

Finally picked up my new Tarmac.
It's a 2020 S-Works in Chameleon Supernova with DA Di2.

S-Works Tarmac SL6 Chameleon Supernova, Size 54
Wheelset: Roval CL50
Groupset: Dura Ace R9170 Disc Di2
Crankset: Dura Ace 52/36/ 172.5mm
Cassette: Dura Ace 9100 11-28
Brakes: Dura Ace 9100
Bars: S-Works Aerofly 2 - 42cm
Stem: S-Works SL - 100mm
Saddle: S-Works Power w/custom Exposure TraceR SWAT mount
Seatpost: S-Works FACT Carbon Tarmac seatpost 20mm setback
Pedals: Favero Assioma Duo
Tires: S-Works Turbo 2bliss 28mm
Bottle cage: S-Works Carbon Rib Cage 2
Bartape: Supacaz Galaxy Oil Slick
Mount: "Prime" stem mount for Wahoo Bolt w/custom Exposure Trace mount

Bit disappointed with the weight though 7.2kg (on Look pedals and without the Wahoo and light mounts) although it's on CL50s and probably has some steerer and seatpost that can be trimmed.

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fortrog
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by fortrog

Dannnnn wrote:
Fri Jun 12, 2020 4:18 pm
Finally picked up my new Tarmac.
It's a 2020 S-Works in Chameleon Supernova with DA Di2

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hubba hubba :shock:
2018 Specialized Tarmac Pro - Oil Chameleon

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Ritsuke
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by Ritsuke

Yes indeed, that Chameleon Supernova paintjob looks stunning.
Current: 2017 S-Works Tarmac SL5 | SRAM Red Etap | Edco Umbrial 45 - FFWD F6R Ceramic
Projects: 2021 TT Project | Frame Unknown | Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 | Pro Disc - TriSpoke
Retired: 2019 Specialized Allez Sprint Red Hook Crit

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Buexx
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by Buexx

That paintjob looks awesome @Dannnnn. I don't think you can save much weight with cutting the steerer tube, I guess the paint is quite heavy - but for how good it looks that is a price I would pay.

Dannnnn
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by Dannnnn

Buexx wrote:That paintjob looks awesome @Dannnnn. I don't think you can save much weight with cutting the steerer tube, I guess the paint is quite heavy - but for how good it looks that is a price I would pay.
One of my main requirements for the new bike was the paintjob. I nearly got the Dove grey one too.
This is miles better IRL. Every time I look at it I spot different colours.

Yeah there's a few things o could change but they're expensive (CLX50s etc)

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hartox
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by hartox

PSC88 wrote:
Mon Apr 13, 2020 10:32 pm
Hey,

So here is my wife and my own Tarmac SL6. They're both about 7kg, now that hers has just had some Dura Ace swapped onto it.

Mine
58cm in Blue
Dura Ace 9050 (9100 brakeset)
Wheels Mfg bb adaptor
SWorks Romin saddle
Deda superleggero stem, and carbon bar.
Hunt 36 Aerowide with schwalbe pro one tubless or turbo cottons (season dependant)
Vector 2s power meter.
Elite plastic bottle cages.

Wife's bike

54cm Womens Silver
Dura Ace 9150
Wheels Mfg bb
S works power saddle
Deda zero 100 stem and bar
Roval CL50 with S-works turbo, lifeline skewers.
Planet x carbon bottle cages
Spesh power meter on crank arm.

Hers could be a bit lighter but isn't keen on carbon bars.

I don't think there's too much weight to take off either unless you go nuts with cash on expensive parts.
Isn't her chain a bit long?

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