2018 Tarmac S-works SL6 - Sram red, Mavic Carbone

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dcorn
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Location: NoVA

by dcorn

Just got a warranty frame for my broken SL4 Tarmac, but I already bought a new bike and don't need two race bikes. I swapped over all the parts from my 2012 Tarmac, but the frame, fork, seatpost, brakes, wires, and all bearings are all brand new. We left tons of steerer tube showing to fit taller riders. I took it out for one 10 mile test ride and it feels great. I really hate to get rid of it, but I have no reason to keep it. Current build is 15.67 lbs with 'stout' wheels. Could easliy be 14.xx with some nice carbon clinchers. You could spend $4k on the SL6 frame or buy this one completely ready to ride/train/race.

Build:
Tarmac SL6 S-works frame, 56cm, black with white/reflective (new)
S-works offset seatpost (new)
OG Sram Red 10spd with newer Yaw FD (new pulleys on RD)
S-works 172.5mm crank with 52-36 Praxis rings
Ultegra 6800 11-28 cassette
Sram PC1091R chain (also have a brand new KMC X10SL Ti-coated chain)
TRP T980 Direct Mount brakes (new) with Exalith pads
Mavic Cosmic Carbone SLR exalith wheels (aluminum rim, carbon aero fairing incredible braking with DM brakes)
Continental GP 4 season Black Series tires, 25c
S-works 90mm stem
3T Egronova carbon bars
Spesh plastic bottle cages
Sram Slickwires cables (new)
Profile designs camo cork tape (new)
155m Specialized Power Pro saddle

Notes:
-Shimano 105 pedals not included
-I do have a brand new set of TRP brake pads that came with the brakes, but Exalith pads are installed
-I'm open to shipping depending on the sale price.

$3250 obo
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