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SCOTT CR1 SL 06 - Custom paint and build

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SCOTT CR1 SL 06 - Custom paint and build

Postby pinokio » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:03 pm

My new-old bike :)

SCOTT CR1 SL (Team edition, 06)

FRAMESET - SCOTT CR1 Size L
FORK - SCOTT CR1
HEADSET-FSA Headset
STEM -3T ARX 130mm
BAR -3T ERGONOVA TEAM 44cm
OTHER - Extralite |Sintace Cap|AL bolt|Carbon spacers
GRIPS - DEDA
SEATPOST- NewUltimate Seatback 31.6x310
SEATPOST QR - SCOTT Ti bolt
SEDDLE - Tune KonVor
TIRES - Hutchinson Fusion 3
TUBES - Challenge Latex Corsa Tube
WHEELS -Shimano Dura Ace WH-7850 C24 CL
QR -KCNC
CASSETTE - Dura Ace 7900 11-25
CHAIN -KMC X10SL
CRANKSET - Dura Ace 7950 50-34 175mm
PEDALS -Look Keo 2 Max Carbon
SHIFTERS - Dura Ace 7900
FRONT DERAILLEUR - Dura Ace 7900 (10)
REAR DERAILLEUR - Dura Ace 7900
BRAKES - KCNC SB1
CABLES - Shimano SP41
VARIOUS ELITE Botle holder|Bolts|Chainguard|Garmin holder|Garmin Senzor

TOTAL: 6,48 kg (without last line)

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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby dalai » Sun Nov 07, 2010 1:25 am

Welcome! Very nice build, love the new paint! :applause:
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby rlpaul » Sun Nov 07, 2010 4:55 am

Looks like you used some tape under the bars to route the cables? Looks very clean. Or is it some kind of clear tape?

I like the stealth lettering, very cool :)
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby pinokio » Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:58 am

Thanks!

yes it is clear tape, about 10cm wide, very thick, thermal stable and will not strech.
found on CRC, it's sells for frame protection :)
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby BMANX » Sun Nov 07, 2010 4:29 pm

I really like the overall appearance on this frame. Very well done.
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby pritchet74 » Sun Nov 07, 2010 5:00 pm

Super clean build. How do you like that Tune saddle?
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby FAQinc » Sun Nov 07, 2010 5:44 pm

That is a very neat looking build good choice on components looks very slick, also the longish looking stem gives it a very pro look.
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby pinokio » Sun Nov 07, 2010 6:08 pm

pritchet74 wrote:Super clean build. How do you like that Tune saddle?


After six years and few models of selle italia slr-s i bought first tune speed needle marathon for my mtb bike and than this one.
Both models share same feel when you are on. frankly I’m not sure when I’m on kom-vor or speedneedle. First one is just a bit slippery on front side and polite to your ass if you miss right angle when you go back on saddle :) nose is just much thinker. :)
On the other side, speeedneedle looks more robust and don’t bend if you are siting on nose or far behind. Rails are much stiffer.
With this saddle any problems with prostate that i have with slr-s just disappear even after 16 or 20h on bike per week.
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby dunlinii » Mon Nov 08, 2010 11:48 pm

That saddle suits the bike soo good. Interesting choice, cause I am kinda thinking of getting one.
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby Mike K. » Thu Nov 11, 2010 2:31 pm

Like the sublimated graphics. Dark areas of crank compliment paint well.
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Re: SCOTT CR1 - custom paint and build

Postby pinokio » Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:39 pm

Here is part list

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Re: SCOTT CR1 SL 06 - Custom paint and build

Postby jmilliron » Mon Jan 31, 2011 6:14 am

Love the paint. This is even nicer looking then my Scott. ;)
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