2013 Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod Sram

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Boralb
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by Boralb

Hi,
This is my 2013 Cannondale Supersix Evo Duraace. As you can see, components are changed from da9000 to red exogram.
Weight is now 5950g as pictured. (56 size)
I also plan to get 202 fc clinchers and zipp sl or enve seatpost to complete my mod's.
Here are the pictures :beerchug:

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btompkins0112
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by btompkins0112

Wow! That is FINE.....gorgeous. When's the wheel upgrade? Will look great with the 202s.
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quattrings
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by quattrings

Hadn't seen this colourway before. It looks good but Campagnolo would have been killer.

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Needs another cockpit/seatpost. Otherwise daaaaamn it's nice

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

Man, everyone wants to tweak it their own way but that's a pretty amazing looking steed. That'll win you a few crits.

Also, terrific photography.

NiFTY
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by NiFTY

Nice ride. Why did you swap from DA to Sram? Don't get me wrong, i have Red on both bikes and would get it again, everyone is just giving rapturous reviews of 9000 i was just wondering what put you off it.

The stem looks a bit bulky for that frame, and a little mismatched with what looks to be a compact crank.
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bobqzzi
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by bobqzzi

Very nice bike

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743power
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by 743power

I hate the way that stem looks, but that's a smart looking colorway. Like it!
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Boralb
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by Boralb

Thanks for your comments..
I see zipp stem is not the favorite here:) But believe me, it's amazingly stiff and can change the handling of any bike dramatically.

I changed the da9000 for 3 reasons.
1-)I use sram doubletap on my cyclocross bike also, which i'm familiar with.
2-)Weight savings
3-)For me, red exogram looks better than da9000

GT56
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by GT56

Boralb wrote:Thanks for your comments..
I see zipp stem is not the favorite here:) But believe me, it's amazingly stiff and can change the handling of any bike dramatically.

I changed the da9000 for 3 reasons.
1-)I use sram doubletap on my cyclocross bike also, which i'm familiar with.
2-)Weight savings
3-)For me, red exogram looks better than da9000



wait a minute, isn't there hollowgram on the 9000 bike ?

i'll add 4) you want to be able to swap wheelsets between cross / road

Boralb
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by Boralb

GT56 wrote:
Boralb wrote:Thanks for your comments..
I see zipp stem is not the favorite here:) But believe me, it's amazingly stiff and can change the handling of any bike dramatically.

I changed the da9000 for 3 reasons.
1-)I use sram doubletap on my cyclocross bike also, which i'm familiar with.
2-)Weight savings
3-)For me, red exogram looks better than da9000



wait a minute, isn't there hollowgram on the 9000 bike ?

i'll add 4) you want to be able to swap wheelsets between cross / road


Yes, but i didn't like it and sold. It requries too many special tools just for a chainring swap and that's useless for me.
But it was quite light, even 30g lighter than the exogram crankset, which is already 520g!

No, i'm happy with my ksyrium elite's on cross bike:)

lovestheclimb
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by lovestheclimb

I like it alot, the sram red looks good on the frame.

Fair enough on getting rid of the hollowgram, I do really like that chainset though

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by LocoDuck

Very nice setup, what camera did you take the snaps with?

Boralb
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by Boralb

LocoDuck wrote:Very nice setup, what camera did you take the snaps with?


Thanks, camera is Canon 40d.

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by sunchaser

Black n white with the gold decals looks killer! Really wanted one of these but the price is a bit beyond me. Ended up buying last years Evo Red in white & black. Happy with that.

How do you like the groupset? Personally I'd have liked Dura-Ace on mine. Horses for courses, I suppose..

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