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dariofox
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Location: Poznan(Poland)

by dariofox

Mads Kock wrote:
Same bike but the polished xtr cranks looked much better than the normal xtr cranks!


This is great !!!! :D Beatiful :)

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Mads Kock
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dariofox wrote:
Mads Kock wrote:
Same bike but the polished xtr cranks looked much better than the normal xtr cranks!


This is great !!!! :D Beatiful :)


Thanks :-)

jmh
Posts: 337
Joined: Sat Nov 27, 2004 1:57 am

by jmh

Here is my Mtn Bike:
Frame Specialized Stumpjumper 1522
Fork/Race Fox Float 1669
Headset HL 140
Spacer Carbon 5
Stem Easton 165
Bar End SingleTrack 80
Handlebar Easton EC 90 95
Grips Titec Pork Rinds 21
Seatpost Extralite UL2 172
Saddle Selle Italia SLR 141
Levers Extralite 63
Brakes Avid SL 310
Shifters Shimano XT 220
Front Derailleur Shimano LX 123
Rear Derailleur Shimano XTR 210
Bottom Bracket FSA Platinum Pro Ti 172
Crank Set FSA Carbon Pro ATB 578
Pedals Xpedo Ti/Ti 203
Chain Shimano XTR 274
Cassettes Shimano XTR 240
Skewers Am Classic 80
Front Wheel Am Classic 638
Rear Wheel Am Classic 763
Tires Schwalbe Fast Fred 762
Tubes Stan 109
Cables Jagwire 131
8886 grams
19.57 lbs
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*adrenalin*
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Joined: Mon Mar 01, 2004 5:37 pm
Location: Bonn

by *adrenalin*

after some hours of work i switched most of the parts of my quantec to the storck adrenalin. the result is a 9,2 kg fully, which could be lightered with other tires, but i love the performace of the new michelin.

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the quantec becomes a little bit heavier (next lp, ea 70 stem, regular eggbeater, tune seatpost, fox float 80 rl ...). a new pic comes up in a few days.
oliver

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Cubeman
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by Cubeman

*adrenalin* wrote:after some hours of work i switched most of the parts of my quantec to the storck adrenalin. the result is a 9,2 kg fully, which could be lightered with other tires, but i love the performace of the new michelin.

the quantec becomes a little bit heavier (next lp, ea 70 stem, regular eggbeater, tune seatpost, fox float 80 rl ...). a new pic comes up in a few days.


That's a very nice Adreanlin you got there!
I've got one myself and realy love it!
Only mine is a bit heavier, round 10.9kg at the moment.
Could you post some specs so that we/I can see how you done this :?:

olibabe
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Joined: Thu Dec 02, 2004 4:32 pm

by olibabe

Here is mine, a 2003 Scott Strike, previously mounted with VB (Avid TI, Steinbach levers and Xmax UST wheels), but now with discs (Juicy's 7) and a very light wheelset (AMC disc 1363g). Total weight is about 9700g. Nice bike for long distances races!

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*adrenalin*
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Location: Bonn

by *adrenalin*

Cubeman wrote:
*adrenalin* wrote:Could you post some specs so that we/I can see how you done this :?:


of course, i will do! but i get a new fork within the next days, new brake-levers und wheelset, so that i have to make some new pics and a new list. hold on for a few more days...
oliver

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sarion
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Joined: Fri Jun 24, 2005 1:17 am

by sarion

This is my hardtail mountain bike,

Frame Voodoo Sobo Scandium 16inch 1330
Fork Rockshox SID Wordcup 1310
Headset Cane Creek S6 81
Shifter SRAM X.O 175
FD XTR FD-M952 125
RD SRAM X.O 210
Brake Avid SingleDigit SL(tuned with ti bolts) 318
Brake Lever Avid SpeedDial Mag 170
Handlebar MJ Ultra 7075 110
Stem Syntace F99 120mm with tibolts 101
Grip Titec PorkPine 15
Seatpost Mega Carbon 159
Saddle Selle Italia SLR 155
Barend Postmondrate 58
Crankset FSA CarbonPro 44/32/22 586
BB FSA ISIS Ti 200
crankbolt FSA M14 Aluminum 20
Wheel Front Mavic Crossmax SL 650
Wheel Rear Mavic Crossmax SL 820
QR Mavic 110
Cassette one-piece CNC 7075 12-27t 118
Tire Maxxis 330 660
Tube Maxxis Superlite 190
Chain SRAM PC89Rh 255
Pedal Eggbeater 3Ti 184
Cable Shimano 145
Carbon Spacer& TopCap 17
SeatClamp 20
Bottle Cage USE Carbon 22

Total: 8314g/18.3lb

total weight wasn't verified, just based on calculattion, because i don't have a scale for weighting a whole bike.
If you like it, i will post more photos....
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Dr Sunn
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Location: FRANCE

by Dr Sunn

olibabe wrote:Here is mine, a 2003 Scott Strike, previously mounted with VB (Avid TI, Steinbach levers and Xmax UST wheels), but now with discs (Juicy's 7) and a very light wheelset (AMC disc 1363g). Total weight is about 9700g. Nice bike for long distances races!

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Nice bike Oli!
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Optimo-GmC
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Joined: Fri Apr 15, 2005 1:50 pm
Location: Wuustwezel, Belgium
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by Optimo-GmC

My new bike is a Cannondale Scalpel 800, customized. At http://gallery126858.fotopic.net/c591721.html you'll find some pictures of it.

Cannondale Scalpel 800
Hope Mono Mini
Chris King/Mavic XC717 wheelset
Continental Supersonic
XT shifters, derailleurs, cassette
Easton EA70 saddlepost and bar
Fi:zi'k Aliante
...

Weight +/- 10,6 kg

Scout
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Location: Germany, Frankfurt
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by Scout

Hi

This is my Hardtrail:

Brakes Rear:Scott /Scott
Brakes Front: Scott/Scott
Bar Ends: Ritchey WCS
Cassette: Shimano Deore LX
Chain: Shimano HG 93
Crankset: Shimano Deore
Derailleur Front: Shimano XT
Derailleur Rear: Shimano Deore
Fork: Rock Shox Duke SL AIR md. 2002 80mm
Frame: Scott performance
Grips Scott
Handle Bar: Scott Strike
Headset: Scott
Pedals: Shimano PD-M540
Seat: Selle italia SLR XC
Seat Post: Scott
Shifter: Shimano Deore LX
Stem: Ritchey Pro
Tire Front: IRC Mythosics
Tire Rear: IRC Mythosics
Tubes: Schwalbe XXLite
Wheel set (Front): Alexrims DM18
Wheel set (Rear): Alexrims DM18

12,2kg

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Greetings
Mike
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Adri
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by Adri

My newest is here..
theoretical offroad build listis here..

in the pictured config (with rather heavy Ritchey Tom Slick 1.4 tyres and heavy inners on 1999 Xmax wheels it weighs 8782g.

In all, I'm very happy to have gotten it under 9000g.

I am looking at Triple Ti eggbeaters to quickly win 160 g.

Also the used Transfil Mudlover brake cables are heavier than XTR ones. Although the mudlovers offer completely closed cables which is a good thing so I plan to leave them on.

I could further win 50g on the skewers if I use Tunes instead of Mavic's or XTR and even more by using latex inners.

I know the Hilset seatpost is also rather heavy and much too long, but I love the comfort of a Ti post and it is custom (has my name on it :roll: )
A Tune SS could win me 80-90g here.
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Leon
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Joined: Tue Jul 05, 2005 11:10 am
Location: On the road

by Leon

Hi, i ride a Klein Attitude. I bought this bike in The Netherlands where i lived before. Now i live in Austria where i can really mountainbike! My bike is from 2001 in the colour big sky blue. It is still in original condition (except Tune RH1 bar-ends and Avid brake-levers). I love Tune stuff so that's what i am going to put on my bike in the future. I have a Manitou SX fork, Shimano XT / deore group. The rest of the parts is Bontrager so that is not very fancy. What i like are the Rolf wheels......not very light weight but beautiful to see. I planning to replace the quickreleases first..of course for Tune quickreleases.

My bike weighs about 12 Kg with gear (pump, sattlebag, Polar bikecomputer and bottleholder.). Not light, but in time with Tune stuff the weight will drop minimum 2 Kg.
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Frankie - B
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Location: Drenthe, Holland

by Frankie - B

Nice ride Leon, keep up the good work!
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

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Dr Sunn
Posts: 92
Joined: Fri Jun 25, 2004 9:04 pm
Location: FRANCE

by Dr Sunn

My news upgrade:

-XTR crankset
-XTR front gear
-240s/sapim cx ray/xr 4.1d
-Schwalbe RR 2.10

http://www.pinkbike.com/modules/photo/?op=view&image=535502
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