show me youre 1×11 setup with weights
Very nice indeed , my Remedy 9.9 came with the alloy remedy 9 build kit .ive put a reverb stealth on , carbon haven bars , for the summer I’ll be using these stans no tubes crest wheelset at 1440g tubeless with bonty xr3 and xr2 tyres also a SDG Falcon Ti saddle.And just fitted a X01 groupset with the xx1 cassette. All in without pedals 24.9lbs/11.29kg 🙂Posted 4 years agocrankriderMember
dirtyrider – do you think this has worn too early or are you OK with this after 1500 miles?
Just wondering, 1500 miles is a fair amount off-road if conditions are mucky, the equivalent to an entire years riding once a weekend at 30 miles a pop.
Reason I ask is my works components one probably has 800 miles or so on it now and still looks to have lots of life left in it, I have popped a new chain on once though – a stretched chain cant help.
Did the chain still stay on btw?!Posted 4 years ago
Wow im no expert ive only just put the X01 groupset on my Remedy. But I do ride in an area were its like grinding paste in the wet, so judicious cleaning is required post ride on the drivetrain.ive never seen that amount of wear on a drivetrain to be honest.good job you can buy the jockey wheels seperate .Posted 4 years agodownhilldaveSubscriber
Here’s mine, gone down the three chain route 😉 , we shall see if it works. 12.7Kg ish. Not been on the scales but standard is 12.6Kg. Less tubeless, plus pedals 304g,plus Rockguard mudguard,less lighter seat.So 27.5 pounds ish, with dropper post, proper tyres and 160 front 150 rear.Posted 4 years ago
My Remedy 9.9 is a full carbon frame fitted with easton carbon haven bar , sdg falcon ti saddle , xo1 groupset apart from the cassette wich is xx1.the wheels on her are stans hubs with crest rims with are laced with DT revolution spokes 1440g a pair .ive gone tubeless using bonty xr3 and xr2 tyres these are both sub 600g tyres. So my weight of 24.11 lbs is factual withought pedals 🙂Posted 4 years ago
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