building up an Cervelo S2 - questions

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by koebes


I'm currently building up my new Cervelo S2 and I'm still uncertain about some parts.

right know I have following parts from my old S1:

Ultegra 6700 group, SRM Octalink crank, Deda Zero stem, FSA compact bar, Selle Italia SLR, Mavic CCU

Right now the only part that I have to buy right away is a cable set. Nokon and Gore RideOn both look nice but they are quite pricey. Does anybody know something less expensive that still works good and comes in white?

The other question that I have is; do I have to use the aluminium expander that is supposed to be glued in the fork (3T Funda Team) or can I as well use a normal expander for carbon forks?

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by Spanielsson

Jagwire Racer cable kits work well but may not be the lightest option, I've use them for a few years and have been more than pleased with all-round durability and function.

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