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SixThirteen
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by SixThirteen

BianchiDave wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2024 7:02 pm
Here's my RC10 complete. Spec is -

Size 54M with 730mm saddle height, 9cm saddle to bar drop
Ultegra 8170 Di2 groupset
Cranks changed out for Dura Ace R9100 with 165mm cranks and AB ovals
Wheelset changed to Roval Rapide CLX with 28mm Conti GP5000 clinchers (28mm)
Saddle changed to Prologo Scratch M5 PAS (carbon rails)
Pedals are Time Xpro15
Bottle cages are Elite Rocko carbon

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All the changes took about 500g off the weight, so now about 7.5kg as is. I'm not convinced my scales are the most accurate, but very happy with it (I will re weigh it more accurately at some point).
did you consider Galfer rear 140mm rotor? Would save some weight
Scott Foil RC10 Ultegra 12 speed / Creston 50 - 7.9Kg

BianchiDave
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by BianchiDave

SixThirteen wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 3:11 am
did you consider Galfer rear 140mm rotor? Would save some weight
A 140mm rear is on the 'to do' list. I saw that the DA CL900 and Ultegra CL800 rotors are about the same weight (96 - 97g) so was going Ultegra to match the front. I guess Galfer Wave road would only save about 20g over them?

I'd also saved a few grams by fitting a DA 12 chain that was already stripped and waxed with Silca SS

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Lelandjt
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BianchiDave wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 7:38 am
SixThirteen wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 3:11 am
did you consider Galfer rear 140mm rotor? Would save some weight
A 140mm rear is on the 'to do' list. I saw that the DA CL900 and Ultegra CL800 rotors are about the same weight (96 - 97g) so was going Ultegra to match the front. I guess Galfer Wave road would only save about 20g over them?

I'd also saved a few grams by fitting a DA 12 chain that was already stripped and waxed with Silca SS
I thought Galfer Wave 140/160 rotors save over 40g compared to 140/160 Dura-ace rotors. I have a set of DA I was gonna use on my Foil build but was turned onto the Galfers at the last minute.

BianchiDave
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Lelandjt wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 11:51 am
BianchiDave wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 7:38 am
SixThirteen wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 3:11 am
did you consider Galfer rear 140mm rotor? Would save some weight
A 140mm rear is on the 'to do' list. I saw that the DA CL900 and Ultegra CL800 rotors are about the same weight (96 - 97g) so was going Ultegra to match the front. I guess Galfer Wave road would only save about 20g over them?

I'd also saved a few grams by fitting a DA 12 chain that was already stripped and waxed with Silca SS
I thought Galfer Wave 140/160 rotors save over 40g compared to 140/160 Dura-ace rotors. I have a set of DA I was gonna use on my Foil build but was turned onto the Galfers at the last minute.
Yes, I think that would be about right for both rotors combined, hence about 20g each

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Mean looking bike 8)

RobinDuraAce
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by RobinDuraAce

Hi Guys,

Building up a second Foil for My girlfriend, got a really good deal on a Team DSM Spare Bike. But the stem combo is 140/380, soo way to long for her.
If someone is interested, just send me an email. And does somebody know if in this forum is a topic like for sale? Couldn't find anything.
Cheers guys!

BianchiDave
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by BianchiDave

RobinDuraAce wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2024 9:51 pm
Hi Guys,

Building up a second Foil for My girlfriend, got a really good deal on a Team DSM Spare Bike. But the stem combo is 140/380, soo way to long for her.
If someone is interested, just send me an email. And does somebody know if in this forum is a topic like for sale? Couldn't find anything.
Cheers guys!
Link to Marketplace -

viewforum.php?f=5

From memory you need to have a certain number of posts before you can utilise. Pity about that stem length!

robmuc
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by robmuc

Hi Guys,

anyone got the CRW 6575 installed. How is the tire clearance? Bit concerned about the 34 width at the front witht the fork.
And also the 32mm width at the back seems rellay wide.
I recall Scott officially stating a tire clearance of 30mm. And with the huge internal width the tire will most problably blow up past the 30mm mark.

Cheers and thanks in advance.

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robmuc wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2024 9:29 am
Hi Guys,

anyone got the CRW 6575 installed. How is the tire clearance? Bit concerned about the 34 width at the front witht the fork.
And also the 32mm width at the back seems rellay wide.
I recall Scott officially stating a tire clearance of 30mm. And with the huge internal width the tire will most problably blow up past the 30mm mark.

Cheers and thanks in advance.
My "all-road" wheelset is a 23mm wide rim with 32mm tires. In back there's just enough clearance to leave room for some dirt. The fork has massive clearance.

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by SixThirteen

RobinDuraAce wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2024 9:51 pm
Hi Guys,

Building up a second Foil for My girlfriend, got a really good deal on a Team DSM Spare Bike. But the stem combo is 140/380, soo way to long for her.
If someone is interested, just send me an email. And does somebody know if in this forum is a topic like for sale? Couldn't find anything.
Cheers guys!
is that in the 2024 team colours?
Scott Foil RC10 Ultegra 12 speed / Creston 50 - 7.9Kg

SixThirteen
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by SixThirteen

BianchiDave wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 1:23 pm
Lelandjt wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 11:51 am
BianchiDave wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 7:38 am
SixThirteen wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2024 3:11 am
did you consider Galfer rear 140mm rotor? Would save some weight
A 140mm rear is on the 'to do' list. I saw that the DA CL900 and Ultegra CL800 rotors are about the same weight (96 - 97g) so was going Ultegra to match the front. I guess Galfer Wave road would only save about 20g over them?

I'd also saved a few grams by fitting a DA 12 chain that was already stripped and waxed with Silca SS
I thought Galfer Wave 140/160 rotors save over 40g compared to 140/160 Dura-ace rotors. I have a set of DA I was gonna use on my Foil build but was turned onto the Galfers at the last minute.
Yes, I think that would be about right for both rotors combined, hence about 20g each
My DA 160 without lock ring is 106g. Galfer website has the 140s at 76g

Personally I prefer Ultegra front rotor since I find them stiffer and less prone to warping after braking. Would be interested to know how folks get on the Galfer 160 on the front
Scott Foil RC10 Ultegra 12 speed / Creston 50 - 7.9Kg

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Lelandjt
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by Lelandjt

SixThirteen wrote:
Fri Jun 21, 2024 1:13 am
Would be interested to know how folks get on the Galfer 160 on the front
I'm not very hard on brakes, but both of my wheelsets with Galfer 140/160 rotors have been fine. They've stayed straight and have reasonable enough bite.

mrbrown4001
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by mrbrown4001

I know this is a long shot, but does anyone know if Scott has plans to offer longer and more narrow options for their integrated handlebar? Something what pinarello just did would be great.


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RobinDuraAce
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by RobinDuraAce

SixThirteen wrote:
Fri Jun 21, 2024 1:07 am
RobinDuraAce wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2024 9:51 pm
Hi Guys,

Building up a second Foil for My girlfriend, got a really good deal on a Team DSM Spare Bike. But the stem combo is 140/380, soo way to long for her.
If someone is interested, just send me an email. And does somebody know if in this forum is a topic like for sale? Couldn't find anything.
Cheers guys!
is that in the 2024 team colours?

Unfortunately not, was an old spare bike from one rider of the woman's team. But the stickers are removable

BianchiDave
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by BianchiDave

Have any of you guys had problems with the Syncros Campbell Aero rear light?

Only ask as mine (brand new) has been on charge for a total of about 10 hours and still showing a solid red LED. Instructions state a full charge should take about 3 hours, depending on amperage, and that the LED should turn green.

I'll get back onto shop where I bought it, but just wondered if anyone else had a similar issue.

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