Scott Foil Questions - General Thread

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
pastronef
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by pastronef

that's what I found on the Cyclintips review of the Foil

One important thing to note about the geometry of the Foil is that the forks have an extra-long axle to crown measurement that adds an extra 10mm to the stack of the frame (for simplicity, add another 10mm to the length of the head tube for each size). As a consequence, the frame is little more relaxed than some race bikes, but the fit is not as generous as a performance-oriented bike such as Scott’s CR1.

http://cyclingtips.com.au/2012/05/scott-foil-review/

pawnii
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by pawnii

my frame as a hairline fracture around where the seat post binder is.
I've returned it to the frameset to the LBS and was told that i'll take up to 2 months to get a replacement from Scott.

Has anyone else had to wait that long for a Foil frameset replacement?
2012 Scott Foil Premium

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dha
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by dha

Built my Foil up today, will post some pics tomorrow.

Looks great!

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