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-Scott Addict SL framset (Large), I believe its a 2009, it is pre-bb86
-Edge 1.38 and 1.25 rims with DT190 hubs
-Vittoris Corsa evo cx tubulars
-Stronlight crankset w/kcnc bottom bracket
-KMC s10sl chain
-Cassette is some off-brand, it is two pieces, half aluminum and half ti
-nokon cables housing
-Powercorz shifter cables
-3T arx team stem
-Ritchey Super Logic 44cm carbon bars
-lizard skin 1.8mm bar tape
-Kcnc cb1 brakeset
-The saddle I made myself and weights 90g
-Speedplay stainelss pedals
Once I get my fit dialed in I will make an integrated saddle/seatpost combo (like berks)
Unfortunately I do not have weights of individual components
Cielo by Chris King Cross Racer
Absolutely loving the Pulsion crank. Don't see many these days. Keep it!
Sweet hubs, but what's the story on the two seemingly different rims: one shallow and the other mid deep-ish. Was it opportunistic or your plan all along?
I look forward to going shallow again one day: Enve's 25 clinchers are too spendy and Zipp's 202 clinchers are too heavy to get me to pop on either.
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szaffiri wrote:Yes it is a zip tie holding the rear cable housing, if I don't have that the housing falls to the side. Any good way to clean up the look nokon housings?
I like the build, and as a fellow WW just mentioned - welcome to the club!
That said (and I hate to be critical, so take this as constructive) maybe your loop coming from the chain stay to the derailleur is too long?
It shouldn't fall off to the side like that.
I could be wrong... but anyway, if the zip tie works and doesn't affect shifting, then it works and go with it.
Here is the story behind the wheels. I bought the rear wheel on ebay with the tire for $380. The rim is an edge 1.38 but I put enve decals on it. After several months of searching I could not find a matching front rim for a reasonable price. I came across a brand new edge 1.25 for $300 and managed to find a matching front hub for $125, and I got the spokes at cost from my shop for basically $1 a piece. I would certainly prefer to have matching rims but for the price I cannot complain. I will be putting enve decals on the front rim soon so that should help out a little.
Once I can get my saddle/seatpost combo finished up I should be able to drop around 150g.
Also keep in mind I don't have any bottle cages on it right no so once those get added the weight will go up a bit.
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