2012 Kuota Kult build now finished

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BxEddie
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by BxEddie

I make this one for a friend:
2012er Kuota Kult (new) in L(56).

Buildlist:
Campa Chorus, 175mm 39/53, 12-25
Deda Zero 100 in 120mm, Deda Presa
Saddle: Tune Komm Vor, Bottlecages: Wasserträger Uni
Wheels: Hubs Tune mig70, mag170 black, Sapim cx-ray, Rims AX SRT-42.
Vittoria evo cx, lizzard skins.

At the moment I`m waiting most of the parts to come.
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Fraime wheight whithout cups 1183g, fork uncut 423g
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Monkeyboy3333
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by Monkeyboy3333

looks a nice frame mate, looking forward to seeing this one

manne
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by manne

Really looking forward to see this build.

BxEddie
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by BxEddie

Done...
Please don`t judge me by the spacertower. New owner didn`t even testride yet.
My scale shows 6.63kg.
What do you think?
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DamoRider
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by DamoRider

I like the look - the only thing I might have done, just a personal preference, is used the black & white Tune saddle instead of the all black one you are using. I think the white one has just enough to really match the rest of the frame.

manne
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by manne

I love it! A couple of tan wall tires would make it a ten in my opinion :thumbup:

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kgt
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by kgt

Great bike!

BxEddie
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by BxEddie

Thanks everybody.
Yes, we were thinking about tan tires, white bare tape and the white version of the tune komm vor.
But the frameset is very "loud". To calm it down a bit in a classy direction we decided to use more black parts.
Thats why I didn`t put the AX wheelstickers on as well.

Bregne
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by Bregne

How are the Tune hubs?

Nice bike btw

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Elrey
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by Elrey

Very very nice bike. I have a soft spot for Kuota's
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BxEddie
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by BxEddie

Bregne wrote:How are the Tune hubs?

Nice bike btw



They are very light compered to dt or campa hubs. They are nicely mashined, feel and spin like good quality.
Freehub sounds hard and loud. I like the classy look. But you need special tools to open them.
I think, if you do 20 000 km all weather riding a jear, they are not the right choice.

Joachimrugge
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by Joachimrugge

Hi

I'm sorry to take up such an old post.

But I simply do not understand how you got your Kult down to 6.63 kg.

I own a Kult my self, and it weighs in at 7.36 kg, even though it is mounted up with Sram RED (the lightest group pf them all), a super light saddle (135 gr), speedplay pedals (also some of the lightest out there), Deda handlebar and stem and reynolds solitude wheels weighing in at 1615 gr for the pair.

What do you wheels weigh (including body)? Those are the only ones I see can make any real difference.

JackDaniels
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by JackDaniels

I was going to ask how it took some dude four years to build a bike.


But I guess he's probably already dead by now.

BxEddie
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by BxEddie

No, I`m still here! :D

I remembre the wheelset was less then 1100g.

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