S-Works SL 2018

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

@mcw. How do you like the P2M NG eco? How much battery life are you getting with the coin cell?


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mcw
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by mcw

No experience so far with it. I just got the NG last week. I would have preferred the S-Type. But unfortunately this one does not fit on the new S-Works crank.

rbibko
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by rbibko

ProfessorChaos wrote:
Wed Feb 07, 2018 4:17 pm
I forgot one of my co-workers has already installed EPS on his bike. He said it installed no problem, and without modification.

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HEY! That's a a good looking ride!

Here are updated photos with the EPS. Weighs 14.03lbs with my climbing wheels on.

Thanks to the intro on the forum, Prof. ;)
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wrenegade
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by wrenegade

mcw wrote:
Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:44 am
Size 56, with DA R9100, Power2Max NGEco, Zipp 303

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Quoting this cause I want to see this gorgeous bike on this page too. WOW! Well done. I understand this is weight weenies and all but I would 100% go for one of these beautiful painted frames.

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ProfessorChaos
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by ProfessorChaos

rbibko wrote:
Wed Mar 28, 2018 7:42 pm

HEY! That's a a good looking ride!

Here are updated photos with the EPS. Weighs 14.03lbs with my climbing wheels on.

Thanks to the intro on the forum, Prof. ;)
Good to see you here Bibs. Tarmac is looking proper as always. 8)

tommyb
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Finally received and built this, and very happy with it. 5.81kg

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raph37
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by raph37

Here is mine:
8105FB97-711C-4F94-AE60-42CDB78E875F.jpeg
Frame sagan superstar size 56: 891gr
Fork: 320gr
Seat post: 174gr
Crankset 9100 50/34
zéro ti custom pedales 148gr
black inc integrated bar stem: 324gr
s works power arc saddle : 141gr
9070 shifters
Dérailleur front9070
Dérailleur rear8050
Brakes 9100: 299gr
swift brake housing
Wheelset Dt swiss arc 1100 48: 1490gr with tubeless tape
Cassette red custom 12/30
schwalbe pro One 28 tubeless tires

sychen
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by sychen


raph37 wrote:Here is mine:

Frame sagan superstar size 56: 891gr
Fork: 320gr
Seat post: 174gr
Crankset 9100 50/34
zéro ti custom pedales 148gr
black inc integrated bar stem: 324gr
s works power arc saddle : 141gr
9070 shifters
Dérailleur front9070
Dérailleur rear8050
Brakes 9100: 299gr
swift brake housing
Wheelset Dt swiss arc 1100 48: 1490gr with tubeless tape
Cassette red custom 12/30
schwalbe pro One 28 tubeless tires
Drum roll... Nope.. No total weight..

Raph.. I think you forgot the most important part!
Beautiful build though.

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raph37
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by raph37

Total weight is 6,6 kg at the moment...

liam7020
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by liam7020

Nice superstar!
Belgian Flag S-Works Tarmac viewtopic.php?f=10&t=144553

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morganb
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by morganb

raph37 wrote:
Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:07 am
Here is mine:
8105FB97-711C-4F94-AE60-42CDB78E875F.jpeg
Frame sagan superstar size 56: 891gr
Fork: 320gr
Seat post: 174gr
Crankset 9100 50/34
zéro ti custom pedales 148gr
black inc integrated bar stem: 324gr
s works power arc saddle : 141gr
9070 shifters
Dérailleur front9070
Dérailleur rear8050
Brakes 9100: 299gr
swift brake housing
Wheelset Dt swiss arc 1100 48: 1490gr with tubeless tape
Cassette red custom 12/30
schwalbe pro One 28 tubeless tires
How do you like the Black Inc Bar/stem? I have thought about getting one of those as its one of the lightest options. I tend to notice flex in bars and stems more than most if thats a factor.

raph37
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by raph37

morganb wrote:
Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:21 pm
raph37 wrote:
Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:07 am
Here is mine:
8105FB97-711C-4F94-AE60-42CDB78E875F.jpeg
Frame sagan superstar size 56: 891gr
Fork: 320gr
Seat post: 174gr
Crankset 9100 50/34
zéro ti custom pedales 148gr
black inc integrated bar stem: 324gr
s works power arc saddle : 141gr
9070 shifters
Dérailleur front9070
Dérailleur rear8050
Brakes 9100: 299gr
swift brake housing
Wheelset Dt swiss arc 1100 48: 1490gr with tubeless tape
Cassette red custom 12/30
schwalbe pro One 28 tubeless tires
How do you like the Black Inc Bar/stem? I have thought about getting one of those as its one of the lightest options. I tend to notice flex in bars and stems more than most if thats a factor.
The 1st generation of factor bar/stem was very flexy and looked like a chinese copy of bontrager xxx cockpit.
This one is really different and feel really stiffer but not harsh.
D61F3BA7-FACB-4B85-BB60-AFD5DC25D742.jpeg

sychen
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by sychen

That's a really nice barstem combo.

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morganb
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by morganb

raph37 wrote:
Sun Apr 01, 2018 5:50 am
morganb wrote:
Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:21 pm
raph37 wrote:
Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:07 am
Here is mine:
8105FB97-711C-4F94-AE60-42CDB78E875F.jpeg
Frame sagan superstar size 56: 891gr
Fork: 320gr
Seat post: 174gr
Crankset 9100 50/34
zéro ti custom pedales 148gr
black inc integrated bar stem: 324gr
s works power arc saddle : 141gr
9070 shifters
Dérailleur front9070
Dérailleur rear8050
Brakes 9100: 299gr
swift brake housing
Wheelset Dt swiss arc 1100 48: 1490gr with tubeless tape
Cassette red custom 12/30
schwalbe pro One 28 tubeless tires
How do you like the Black Inc Bar/stem? I have thought about getting one of those as its one of the lightest options. I tend to notice flex in bars and stems more than most if thats a factor.
The 1st generation of factor bar/stem was very flexy and looked like a chinese copy of bontrager xxx cockpit.
This one is really different and feel really stiffer but not harsh.
D61F3BA7-FACB-4B85-BB60-AFD5DC25D742.jpeg
Sweet, looks like its internal junction box compatible. Have to add that one to the list.

mbdurham17
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Joined: Thu Jul 13, 2017 10:12 pm

by mbdurham17

Opinion: Thinking about swapping from my 2016 zipp 404 to roval clx 50s (maybe tubulars) to save about 300g .....does anyone have experience with both and can comment one way or the other? This would get me down to around 14 lbs. My zipp 404 are the only wheels I have used since I switched to road from mountain bikes about a year ago


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