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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 2:10 pm 
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Gears to follow, when I get fed up with SS... :wink:

I'm now thinking about everywhere I can lose grams, :oops: :roll:


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GT-Steve wrote:
I'm now thinking about everywhere I can lose grams, :oops: :roll:


A true WWer :lol:


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Just wish I could find a crankset with a decent £££££/weight ratio


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GT-Steve wrote:
Just wish I could find a crankset with a decent £££££/weight ratio


I have a coda crankset never used that is light. Interested?


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thebuny wrote:
GT-Steve wrote:
Just wish I could find a crankset with a decent £££££/weight ratio


I have a coda crankset never used that is light. Interested?


tell me the weight.


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GT-Steve wrote:
thebuny wrote:
GT-Steve wrote:
Just wish I could find a crankset with a decent £££££/weight ratio


I have a coda crankset never used that is light. Interested?


tell me the weight.


It is a coda tartantula where you can change the spider. It has 3 chainrings.

With 3 chainrings: 640g
With 2 chainrings: 584g

I think that BCD is 94


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wow.. It must FLY 8)


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so a few additional bits turned up recently, so I got out there and got them fitted...

kcnc stem - minus 17g
Conti Twister tyres - minus 150g for the pair
Foss tubes - minus 80g for the pair
Steinbach brake levers - minus 65g for the pair.

total weight saving of 312g, should allow me to run a 1x9/10 set up with no difference to the weight.. 8)

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 10:08 am 
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Like the BMX style brakes :)

What gears you plan to use?


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Like the BMX style brakes :)

What gears you plan to use?


BMX?? :?

Gears are a closely guarded secret at the moment, but all-in the set up should not weigh a whole heap more than the DCD and SS on the rear.. :wink: and the weight saved on the brake levers covers the shifter.. :wink:


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