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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Giant DK
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by Giant DK

Here you go Tillquist, you're very own space to share all your creations!

A lots of us here on ww have admired your CNC work. Your work is very stunning. I am very impressed!!! Your TT bars :thumbup: . Your stem :thumbup: . Your seatpost :thumbup: . And your aluplates for Speedplay :thumbup: .

What is comming next???

This is a tread inspired by "Samu's Kitchen!" and especially dedicated to Tillquist and his CNC work?

Let us put all your beautiful homemade "products" into one tread!
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Time Trail bar: Custom made TT-bar................................... 680 gram
Is't tog me over 75 hours to make this Time Trail bar.

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Alu-plate: Speedplay Zero............weight save 24gram

I made alu-plate for my new Speedplay Zero Stainless, weight save 24gram and this is only for the plate.
The alu-plate are made out of 7075.

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Alu-plate: Speedplay X-serie........weight save 22gram

I made alu-plate for old Speedplay X2, weight save 22gram and this is only for the plate.
The alu-plate are made out of 7075.

The weight reduction is with the original screws.

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Wow, that stem is sexy, but I prefer it in the "unfinished" state as you can see all the detail.

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Barend shifters: Campagnolo 10 Speed Barend shift........weight save 28gram

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All you need, is this upgrade parts......... 8)

The orginale Campagnolo parts is made of steel. I have made this part of aluminium and then they are black anodized. Weight save 28gr.

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wow the stem in silver is soooo sweet! :shock:

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Morten,

Have you ever thought about doing the upgrade part for Shimano Dura-Ace bar-end shifters. I think the anodized black parts would be great for Dura-Ace as well. I wonder what the weight savings would be for Dura-Ace.

If you are interested in doing some up, let me know and I will be the first tester for Shimano Dura-Ace in anodized black of course.

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Have you ever thought about doing a seatpost?
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Seat post: Custom handbuild Seatpost........ ø31.6 -250mm ->94gram

The one for my Road bike: ø31.6mm and 250mm :arrow: weight 94gram incl. M5x30 Titanium bolt

And one for my MTB bike: ø31.6mm and 330mm :arrow: weight 111gram incl. M5x30 Titanium bolt

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Awsome work Tillquist. The finish of the parts looks excellent - Where do you have them anodized, or are you doing it yourself?

The stem's clamp looks very minimalistic. Does it hold the bar securely, and would you use it with thin-walled carbonbars?

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FelixOr wrote:Awsome work Tillquist. The finish of the parts looks excellent - Where do you have them anodized, or are you doing it yourself?

The stem's clamp looks very minimalistic. Does it hold the bar securely, and would you use it with thin-walled carbonbars?

-Felix


A firm, AluNord on Fyn/Denmark [web-site] anodized all the part for me.

Thin-walled carbonbars ? not no, but a have ride with the stem on my MTB and it a Bontrager Carbon OS race X lite I use on it. Ride with it 5 months and no problems they.

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bman88 wrote:Morten,

Have you ever thought about doing the upgrade part for Shimano Dura-Ace bar-end shifters. I think the anodized black parts would be great for Dura-Ace as well. I wonder what the weight savings would be for Dura-Ace.

If you are interested in doing some up, let me know and I will be the first tester for Shimano Dura-Ace in anodized black of course.


I haven't think about that, but I don't ride Shimano so I have to borrow a Dura Ace bar-end shifters to make a light part after.
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how much are each of these parts produced for? That seat post is elegant.
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