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Under 35lbs.

The way she sits right now she is coming in a touch under 35lbs. That's with Saint cranks, Carbon MRP chainguide, XTR brakes and rear shifter, and XTR short cage rear derailleur, Mavic 823's laced to Hadley hubs, with Maxxis 2.35 Highrollers, the only thing lacking is a seat which will be a carbon rail fizik aliante which will add another 210g, this thing is stinkin' light. I'll post another picture tomorrow when it's all said and done, and picture it hanging on the scale for proof of the weight. Ride On- E2
 

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The way she sits right now she is coming in a touch under 35lbs. That's with Saint cranks, Carbon MRP chainguide, XTR brakes and rear shifter, and XTR short cage rear derailleur, Mavic 823's laced to Hadley hubs, with Maxxis 2.35 Highrollers, the only thing lacking is a seat which will be a carbon rail fizik aliante which will add another 210g, this thing is stinkin' light. I'll post another picture tomorrow when it's all said and done, and picture it hanging on the scale for proof of the weight. Ride On- E2
man that's light. that build is no holds barred....all out racer.
 

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The way she sits right now she is coming in a touch under 35lbs. That's with Saint cranks, Carbon MRP chainguide, XTR brakes and rear shifter, and XTR short cage rear derailleur, Mavic 823's laced to Hadley hubs, with Maxxis 2.35 Highrollers, the only thing lacking is a seat which will be a carbon rail fizik aliante which will add another 210g, this thing is stinkin' light. I'll post another picture tomorrow when it's all said and done, and picture it hanging on the scale for proof of the weight. Ride On- E2
Dual Ply Highrollers or those CC LUST ones?
 

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robbieracer said:
Has anybody weighed a Ti spring of a given poundage?
I am seriously thinking of getting a ti 400lb/in for my Fox DHX5.0, but really do need a weight figure to justify the silly cost :)
Usually you go less 50lbs from your steel coil. The figure worked for me before when I had my Stab Primo.
 
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