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Howdy, I'm looking for a 80 or 90mm, 25.4, 0 rise stem that is light, light, light, but not super expencive. Any advice?
 

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super light and not super expensive ?

not going to happen
i popped for a rotor sx stem, waiting for its arrival
i hope its not flexy and hope i like it
 

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pbbullpup said:
The Titec Pluto stem is light and fairly cheap, anyone use one?
I have one (acually, I have the Pluto Carbon, which is just wrapped in carbon). It looks very nice, and I can't feel any noticable flex. I think it's a good stem for the $.

My 31.8x100mm weighed 137.4g. Pics & Weights ->http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=572836
 

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pop_martian said:
I just got a Syntace F99 off the bay for $22 including shipping.:thumbsup:
ya, I was watching that stem too but then I noticed the fine print that said it's that one that turns you really, really gay.
 

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pop_martian said:
I just got a Syntace F99 off the bay for $22 including shipping.:thumbsup:
nice one mate, I got mine brand new with Ti bolt kit off of a friend for £30 (instead of around £70 over here).

Looks awesome, is anywhere between 90-110g depending on length and bolts, try and get yourself one!
 

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Is it used? I don't buy any used light parts. Only God knows if the original owner used a torque wrench to tighten the bolts.
 

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The Ritchey WCS 4-axis stem is a good choice. Check ebay as you can get them fairly inexpensive (better that the shop prices)
I have used one on my Carbon Ritchey bars for years....no complaints.
 
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