Scott Scale 5,88 Kg

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hawkpower
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by hawkpower

now i have finish my Scott Scale Weight is 5,88 kg
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hawkpower
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by hawkpower

hawkpower wrote:now i have finish my Scott Scale Weight is 5,88 kg
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mattpage
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by mattpage

Thats just crazy!! :D

Whats the specs?
You have spend some serious cash on that!! :shock:

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by AED

WOW :shock:
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Give us specs ;)

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by Dennis

Wow, that is an incredible build, Hawkpower. I wish I could afford building so much bikes like you. Must be fun.

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Adri
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Wow, Nino has serious competition. Looks flyweight.
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by Vizor

What have you do with the Front Derailleurs ?
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it doesn't get any lighter than that! 8)

from the pics, it looks like the right chamber of the SID is empty ...what internals are you using?

how are the Steinbach brakes? :lol:

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by Frankie - B

Now that is one amazing build!

But how did you manage to get a record front mech on it?
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by DANIELSON

I have a record frt mech on my Seven, works great.

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:shock: :shock: :shock: ...

Can't find a word to say!...
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by Leeww

Fanstatic !!!!!!



World Record for an MTB ???

Please post more pictures (and bigger pictures)

Well done !

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by TheRedMantra

I am sitting here just trying to comprehend how much time and money went into that bike... Its incredible! I could never ride with such expencive parts like that rear derailleur because I know I would break everything on my first ride. What do you do that you can afford such amazing bikes?

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by Martin.F

Umm... I was looking at the bike on the pics.. This bike isn't the best to ride in the forest with eh? with road dearilleurs and such.

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Martin.F wrote:Umm... I was looking at the bike on the pics.. This bike isn't the best to ride in the forest with eh? with road dearilleurs and such.

What do you want to ride? Perhaps from home to bar... :lol:
Beautiful bike, but unfortunately (for me) not rideable offroad...

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