Santa Cruz Superlight 21.99lbs

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EddieChi
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Joined: Thu Oct 05, 2006 8:10 pm
Location: Chicago, Istanbul, Madrid

by EddieChi

Fun Bike - Everyday Rider, but wanted to weight weenie it up

Santa Cruz Superlight Frame + FOX RL AVA shock Med 2006 2500 grams (est)
Cane Creek S2 Top Headset (45g est)
Extralite Bottom Headset 30g
Extralite Spacer 2g + aluminum spacer 16g
HIT-N-Run Stem Riser w modified titanium bolt 87g
Spank 25/30 DM Stem w Chromoly Bolt 148g
Koobi Top Cap w Titanium 5g
Answer 60(?)mm Riser 25.4 580mm 254g
25.4/31 shim 14g
Fox 32 (2011? w starnut 1410g
27.5 Thunder Burt - 440g x 2 = 880g
DT Swiss 240 32 Front Hub - 135g
Stans Mk4 27.5 374g x 2 = 748g
DT Swiss Revolution Spokes + Sapim Nipples 246g + 24g = 270g
Hugi 240 32h(36T wratchet + drilled out 39g freehub) = 261g
Chris King Peetys Tubeless Valve 13g
Stabs Sealant - 80g (est)
Control Tech Titanium Skewers 48g
Formula R1 Front and Rear w cable 386g
KCNC Front Disc 77g (+ sram titanium 4g) = 81g
Rear Hayes Disc 108g + steel bolts 116g
6 caliper steel bolts = 30g + titanium washer 2g = 32g
XTR 9 Speed Derailleur Shifter 130g
XTR Rear 9 Speed Derailleur w 11t KCNC VCRC Ceramic Pulleys - 210g
XTR 9 speed 11-34 cassette w alum lock 234g
KCMC 10 Speed SL Chain 240g est
FRM CU 2 Crank 510g + alum Bolt 6g = 516g
FUN 32T + KCNC Bolt 46g
Kogel Ceramic BB 88g
Chris King Titanium Water Bottle Holder 28g
Thompston Masterpiece 27.2 Cut 153g
BOX - Titanium Seatpost Clamp 25g
Ergon Gel Large 335g
PNW Loem Grips 87g
Shimano Shifter cable 50g (est)
XPEDO Spry Pedals 274g
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9975g (21.99 pounds)
I still want to get a kcnc disc brake for the rear + sram titanium bolts
I'll also switch out the brake steel bolts, stem bolts, and a few suspension bolts to titanium. I'll leave the masterpiece bolts alone for now and if I can find another 15m extralite headset spacer, I'll nab it.
seat is the heaviest thing, but it's comfortable and the bike is fast.
I just recieved a second hand Formula R1 brake set, so I need to get new lines or cut these, because they are too long.
The HIT-N-Run/Spank Combo is similar to the yoshimura riser, which my back prefers.


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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Well done! Very nice lloking bike. Are you satified with the fit and performance?

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