Scott Addict Disc 2020

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Pinguin
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by Pinguin

debuysserk wrote:
Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:17 pm
I'll see if I can get another look at the (digital) catalogue this week when I return to the store to order my Scott Scale 925.

But I'm betting all Scott dealers have the new catalogue already by now!
If its possible please Pictures of Addict Rc Framesets 2021

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JayDee81
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debuysserk wrote:
Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:17 pm
I'll see if I can get another look at the (digital) catalogue this week when I return to the store to order my Scott Scale 925.

But I'm betting all Scott dealers have the new catalogue already by now!
I'd be interested if there are any changes to the Addict (non RC) frame.

ddddd1
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by ddddd1

Question for those of you, who only bought frameset and built it yourself: was the battery holder for di2 included in the package? Did you need to buy additional bolts for brake calipers?

Or even better question - which parts should I buy for this frameset, that are usually part of the package?
Enid: Scott Addict RC Ultimate Team Ed - 7.2 kg (in. pedals and bottle cages)

Indyx
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by Indyx

ddddd1 wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 7:58 pm
Question for those of you, who only bought frameset and built it yourself: was the battery holder for di2 included in the package? Did you need to buy additional bolts for brake calipers?

Or even better question - which parts should I buy for this frameset, that are usually part of the package?
No di2 battery holder.

What I needed:
-Ritchey di2 seatpost batter holder for 30.9 seatpost
-3x 35mm Caliper fixing bolt
-1x 30mm Caiper fixing bolt

Everything else was included either with the frame of the IC handlebar.

FactoryMatt
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by FactoryMatt

Indyx wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:18 pm
ddddd1 wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 7:58 pm
Question for those of you, who only bought frameset and built it yourself: was the battery holder for di2 included in the package? Did you need to buy additional bolts for brake calipers?

Or even better question - which parts should I buy for this frameset, that are usually part of the package?
No di2 battery holder.

What I needed:
-Ritchey di2 seatpost batter holder for 30.9 seatpost
-3x 35mm Caliper fixing bolt
-1x 30mm Caiper fixing bolt

Everything else was included either with the frame of the IC handlebar.
for the rear bolts, are these lengths for a 140mm rotor or for the 160mm w/ adapter?

thank you!

ddddd1
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by ddddd1

Indyx wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:18 pm

-3x 35mm Caliper fixing bolt
-1x 30mm Caiper fixing bolt
Thanks a lot. Just out of curiosity - why 3+1 and not 2+2?
FactoryMatt wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:21 pm
for the rear bolts, are these lengths for a 140mm rotor or for the 160mm w/ adapter?

thank you!
Addict RC should only take 160mm both back and rear.
Enid: Scott Addict RC Ultimate Team Ed - 7.2 kg (in. pedals and bottle cages)

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by pmprego

ddddd1 wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 11:37 pm
Indyx wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:18 pm

-3x 35mm Caliper fixing bolt
-1x 30mm Caiper fixing bolt
Thanks a lot. Just out of curiosity - why 3+1 and not 2+2?
FactoryMatt wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:21 pm
for the rear bolts, are these lengths for a 140mm rotor or for the 160mm w/ adapter?

thank you!
Addict RC should only take 160mm both back and rear.
The rear can be 140mm.

jimmerjohn123
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by jimmerjohn123

When does Scott typically roll out next season's bikes?

Indyx
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by Indyx

ddddd1 wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 11:37 pm
Indyx wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:18 pm

-3x 35mm Caliper fixing bolt
-1x 30mm Caiper fixing bolt
Thanks a lot. Just out of curiosity - why 3+1 and not 2+2?
FactoryMatt wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:21 pm
for the rear bolts, are these lengths for a 140mm rotor or for the 160mm w/ adapter?

thank you!
The fronk for for some reason is staggered, so it uses different bolts. Not sure why Scott did it this way.

Front is 160MM without adapter. Rear is 160 w/ adapter, 140 without.



Addict RC should only take 160mm both back and rear.

Indyx
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by Indyx

Here is my 2020 Scott RC Addict PRO RC MED, still needs bartape.

Build with Duraace DI2, except the shifters and calipers which were Ultegra. Really love the paint color and how it changes.

One thing I hate about this bike is the short head tube, and lack of rise angle of the IC bars makes you run a lot of spacers under the stem to get a comparable drop to other bikes. My 2015 Scott Addict 10 has the same reach and drop to the shifters, and it looks slammed (1 20mm spacer), and the 2020 RC looks like a freaking endurance bike. :/ Debating pulling the top spacer, because it just looks terrible as is.
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pmprego
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by pmprego

I guess it's one way to make it more aero. Put the rider lower at the front :)

smz5969
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by smz5969

nicely done. What's your height and bb to saddle?

Indyx wrote:
Mon Jun 22, 2020 1:15 am
Here is my 2020 Scott RC Addict PRO RC MED, still needs bartape.

Build with Duraace DI2, except the shifters and calipers which were Ultegra. Really love the paint color and how it changes.

One thing I hate about this bike is the short head tube, and lack of rise angle of the IC bars makes you run a lot of spacers under the stem to get a comparable drop to other bikes. My 2015 Scott Addict 10 has the same reach and drop to the shifters, and it looks slammed (1 20mm spacer), and the 2020 RC looks like a freaking endurance bike. :/ Debating pulling the top spacer, because it just looks terrible as is.
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haze513
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by haze513

I'm right between a 52 and a 54, tempted to go up and avoid a stack of spacers - only 10mm difference on effective top tube and pretty sure I'd need a 110mm stem on the 52 to get it close to my current bike.

FactoryMatt
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by FactoryMatt

haze513 wrote:
Mon Jun 22, 2020 9:57 am
I'm right between a 52 and a 54, tempted to go up and avoid a stack of spacers - only 10mm difference on effective top tube and pretty sure I'd need a 110mm stem on the 52 to get it close to my current bike.
The reach is virtually the same so yea. Just make sure you dont get too much offset in the seatpost on the 54. 54 has a slacker seat tube angle which eats up alot of the ett. Btw if you need a 110 on the 52 youll probably need it on the 54.
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Omiar
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by Omiar

jimmerjohn123 wrote:
Mon Jun 22, 2020 12:46 am
When does Scott typically roll out next season's bikes?
Catalogs are available pretty early, can be even in the middle of the year.
Pre-ordering is late September/October. You can probably order before that, but that is just a note in your LBS notebook.
Actual delivery can vary depending on model. I should note that this information might not apply to all countries, since in our country we get special delivery directly from the bike factory, the European warehouses are skipped.
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