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Im at 13.1kgs.

 

AL5 frame (same thing)

Reba Forks with the stock shock

Lyne Amp Wheels

Lyne pulse bars

Sram Guide RE brakes

Rapide Seatpost

GX eagle shifter and RD

Sunrace 10-50 cassette

SLX crankset with 32t chainring

Phenom 155 Saddle

Spez bandit strap with spares

2xCages

Pedals

Spez Conceal carry tool in the steerer

Garmin mount

Vittoria Barzo/Saguaro tyres

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According to my Huawei smart scale, my AL1 medium is around 14.8kg with all accessories fitted.

 

Done nothing to it except put on extra chunky esi grips, 2x lyne side entry cages, a saddle bag with the usual tubeless accessories, put on some heavy Shimano GR500 flat pedals and did a tubeless conversion.

 

Don't really care about saving weight as it will be too costly to save a noticable amount of weight.

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Im at 13.1kgs.

 

AL5 frame (same thing)

Reba Forks with the stock shock

Lyne Amp Wheels

Lyne pulse bars

Sram Guide RE brakes

Rapide Seatpost

GX eagle shifter and RD

Sunrace 10-50 cassette

SLX crankset with 32t chainring

Phenom 155 Saddle

Spez bandit strap with spares

2xCages

Pedals

Spez Conceal carry tool in the steerer

Garmin mount

Vittoria Barzo/Saguaro tyres

Post a few close up pictures, sound like a great bike, with good execution.

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Post a few close up pictures, sound like a great bike, with good execution.

Ill post some pics in a bit...

 

Just weighed it - scale isnt the greatest. But, shes 14kgs on the dot as speccd above. I think the 13.1 was sans pedals and on bike tools...

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Okay, im not the best photographer, and shes a little dirty... But, heres my Stratos Build.

 

The change in cable guide for me seals the deal... I hated the peft side of the bike with the stock cable guide. The new one here is so much cleaner and doesnt get filled with crap, and i think it makes the bike look amazing!

 

Loads of weight could he lost with this bike.. But im 120kgs and i chose to build strong and reliable rather than weight weeny.

 

The only stock items left are the frame and the shock, and the stem.

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Great looking bike. Dig the color combo.

Yeah i like the blue... I found it kinda weird that Silverback decided to colour code the "tiers"... Makes a very difficult time when they have to replace frames under warantee, from what I hear:)

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