Lightest aero base bar + stem combo? (separate or integrated)

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

Hi

I'm looking at switching from drop bars to a set of aero base bars, I think they are also called bullhorns. (base without the tt aero position)

Since this is for a road bike used for climbing I'd like something lighter but aeroness is also desired.

Got any ideas? Seems most bars are over 150gr without stem. Since I got a 250gr integrated drop bar and stem combo I'd only get the aero benefits and none of the weight benefits of running a base bar.

Anyone got any ideas?

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by Juanmoretime

Syntace Stratos CX getting it bonded to a MFCK stem. It's going to be pricy but slightly lighter than your current set up.
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