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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:04 pm 
Old School Hero

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Thanks to all guys (and gays :lol:, painters and Werther Bond's Original),
This entry week I expect to receive the 1992 Klein Adroit Gator 19" that I purchased to one of the Retrobike member. I'm so happy :)

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I've got some components from me when young (around 11 to 14 years old riding) and others from later, and I also ordered a few components, basically only remains the wheels, cause I'm in love with Spinergy, Tioga/Sugino and HED cross country, but I cannot find no other than Spinergy, and thats a lot of weight, so I think I will mount a super light setup, with optional spins/lenticular carbon wheels as optional

Here's my setup / expected setup, all the MTB weights, or better to say, I hope for it to weight at below 7 KG:

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· A L E J A N D R O ' S ·· A D R O I T ·· 92 ·
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1.344 gr --- Frame (kit 2394gr): Klein Adroit 1992, 19", Gator Linear Fade color. Original paint (not repainted)
0.727 gr --- Fork: Klein Strata
0.121 gr --- Headset: Klein oversize
0.202 gr --- Bottom bracket: - Klein Ti (square)
0.405 gr --- Handlebar + Stem: Klein Mission Control 1 Bar Stem 135mm
0.020 gr --- Grips: Extralite Neogrips**
0.078 gr --- Saddle: Becker Carbon (World Lightest)
0.099 gr --- Seatpost: M2Racer carbon
0.012 gr --- Seat Binder: Control Tech Titanium
0.122 gr --- Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Record OR FD-03FOR UPDATED FROM Previuos measure (0.139 when I did not had)
0.182 gr --- Rear Derailleur: Paul Powerglide Rear Derailleur
0.142 gr -- Shifters: Campagnolo Record Icarus/Record OR UPDATED FROM Previuos measure (0.157 when I did not had)
0.052 gr --- Brake Levers: Extralite UltraLevers 2+ (World Lightest ?)*
0.200 gr --- Brakes: Paul Touring Canti with Steinbach carbon Pads UPDATED FROM Previuos measure (0.1206 when I did not had) Steinbach V with carbon pads (W.L.)
0.309 gr --- Crankarms: NUTEC Mythic Carbon 4 holes (World Lightest)
0.052 gr --- Chainring (large): FRM 42T /104
0.029 gr --- Chainring (middle) FRM 32T /104
0.023 gr --- Chainring (small): Action Tec Ti 22T /104**
0.038 gr --- Chainring bolts: Extralite green
0.018 gr --- Crank fixing bolts: Extralite green
0.187 gr --- Cassette: Road 12-xx from previous Shimano XTR CS M950 (11-30)was 207gr
0.317 gr --- Chain: Shimano IG70 (106)
0.055 gr --- Skewers: Control Tech Titanium without levers
1.065 gr --- WHEELSET World Lightest "Magne Abrahamsen Loves Jaimi"
0.570 gr --- Tires: Maxxis MaxxLite 285**
0.082 gr --- Tubes: Tubolito UPDATED FROM previous maxxys flighweight (202gr)
0.100 gr --- Pedals: M2Racer
0.009 gr --- Brake cable carriers: Other
0.159 gr --- Cables (sh & br): XTR
0.000 gr --- Chainstay protection NO
0.000 gr --- Other unlisted ??

6.997 gr --- TOTAL WEIGHT
6.985 gr --- TOTAL WEIGHT UPDATED 23/10/2020 when received the Tinker 92 shifters
6.967 gr --- TOTAL WEIGHT UPDATED 27/10/2020 when received PAUL Powerglide
6.944 gr --- TOTAL WEIGHT UPDATED 12/11/2020 when received Campy Record O.R. (-17gr) and Paul + Steinbach pads (-6gr)
6.824 gr --- TOTAL WEIGHT UPDATED 13/11/2020 when received Tubes Orange (82gr, so -120) vs previous maxxys flighweight (202gr)

FINAL WEIGHT
New cassette -20 gr
Wheel -55 gr
Crank bolts -9 gr (-88)
Chainring bolts - 18gr (-106) (6.718 gr)
Other savings - 50gr

6.68 KG --- UPDATED 10 December 2020 20:50 hr (Spanish Time)

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* Denotes ordered, but pending to receive. ** Denotes pending to order. [Not arterisk denotes already in myhouse]




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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:14 pm 
Old School Hero

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Weights, all photos of in-my-house

Saddle (seat) and SeatPost

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:17 pm 
Old School Hero

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Steinbach v brakes with pads and rings
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:21 pm 
Old School Hero

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Mythic Carbon. I was lucky to get this ones
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:27 pm 
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Impressive..
Will you ride that feather weight?


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:28 pm 
Old School Hero

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Chainrings (plates)
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:33 pm 
Old School Hero

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Double-E F wrote:
Impressive..
Will you ride that feather weight?


I hope, I'm building that.
When young I ride the Grundig World Cup (not sure the year, about 91 to 93) in Madrid and I was a good rider.. then the years, drinks, the drugs, the gays, the movies, etc.. until 100.0 KG. Lastmonth I went footing all days, anbd I was 95Kg. now I think I'm about 94KG. I would like to be ataround 80 kgs..

So yes, I want to ride


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:34 pm 
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Impressive,

personally i think you should sand off the paint to make it even lighter, then maybe do a bit of drillium ...... if you want it to be lighter that is, otherwise it is a pretty colour and worth the weight factor.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:44 pm 
Old School Hero

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retrobikeguy wrote:
Impressive,

personally i think you should sand off the paint to make it even lighter, then maybe do a bit of drillium ...... if you want it to be lighter that is, otherwise it is a pretty colour and worth the weight factor.


the frame has the original paint, is not repainted, so has its value, sentimental at all, so better do not :roll:


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:47 pm 
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retrobikeguy wrote:
Impressive,

personally i think you should sand off the paint to make it even lighter, then maybe do a bit of drillium ...... if you want it to be lighter that is, otherwise it is a pretty colour and worth the weight factor.

Lol


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