Thursday, January 11, 2007

For Sale: 2006 Scott Scale 20

For Sale: 2006 Scott Scale - $2300
$3000 with Brand New 2007 Mavic Crossmax SL Disc Wheels

Yep, that's right - I'm selling the weight weenie project. Thousands of dollars went into, I got it to 8.9kg and it flew. But different plans mean different bikes so one lucky person is going to get themselves an unreal race machine.

Scott call the frame a large but it definitely sits at the smaller end of the scale for large bikes. I'd ride a medium in anything else. The effective top tube is 23.6" or 600mm. See the rest of the geometry info here.

Full Specifications - 9.48kg (no pedals) - 9.23kg with the Crossmax
Frame: 2006 Scott Scale 20 - Large - Full Carbon - 1.1kg - Pace carbon armour protecting from cable rub etc. so not a mark on the frame.
Fork: 2006 Pace RC39XC - 100mm travel with remote lockout and carbon lowers.
Headset: FSA Orbit Z
Handlebar: Maxm MX-1 590mm 5degree
Stem: Syntace F99 105mm 6degree
Seatpost: Scott Racing 34.9x400mm
Seat: Selle Italia SLR XP
Grips: Extralite Neogrips
Cranks: Raceface Turbine LP 175mm
Chainrings: Middleburn Hardcoat Slickshift 22/32/44 or 30/42 for 2x9 setup
Shifters: 2007 SRAM X.9 Triggers with Matchmaker clamps
Front Deraileur: Shimano Deore XT
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X.0
Cassette: Shimano Deore XT 11-34
Chain: SRAM PC991 hollow pin
Hubs: DT Swiss Cerit
Spokes: DT Swiss Bladed
Rims: Mavic XM317disc
Brakes: 2007 Avid Juicy 7 with Matchmaker clamps

Brakes are brand spanking new. Grips, Chain, Cassette, Jockey Wheels and Shifters have about 5 hours use on them. Forks have just been serviced. Wheels are true and tensioned. Chainrings have Middleburns hardcoat finish which makes them go forever. As for tyres - take your pick from what I've got.
- Panaracer Razer 2.1
- Kenda Karma DTC 2.0
- Hutchinson Bulldog Airlight 2.1
- Tioga Black Turtle HE 1.9
- Geax Barro Mud 1.7
- Notubes The Crow 2.0
- Schwalbe BlackJack 2.1 UST
- Schwalbe Jimmy 2.1 UST

If pedals are required we'll talk about that - I've got a set of Exustar EPM25Ti pedals that weigh 208 grams/pair and of course they'll come with new cleats. If you want some extra bling/less grams I've got a Thomson Masterpiece seatpost for it aswell for some extra dollars. Want a brand new saddle? A few more dollars gets you a brand new Selle Italia SLR XC gel flow. Want the cheaper wheel option but still want tubeless? I'll put a couple of DT Swiss/Eclipse conversion kits on for a few extra dollars. Anything else, don't worry I'll sort you out. And just for comparisons sake, a Giant XTC1 would cost you $100 more and is 2kg heavier.

Some pictures below - obviously not exactly the spec it will be sold as because I don't have the brakes (or Crossmax if you want them) yet, they'll both be brand spanking new, straight off the new bike.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi,

It the chainshield protection on your Scale bike this one:

https://www.pacecycles.com/product.asp?catID=3&subcat=454

It just looks different on your bike and on the photo from the Pace website.

I am say you have a really nice bike.

Thanks,

Carsten from Denmark

Grover said...

No Carsten, that is not the chainstay protector on my bike. I only use the Pace carbon armour for cable rub.

https://www.pacecycles.com/product.asp?catID=3&subcat=453

The chainstay protector is 'cable organiser' from a hardware store.

JJ said...

Hey J,

have you still got the rig for sale?

If you have drop me a line krankedjj@gmail.com

regards
Justin