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Posted: Mar 14, 2017 at 11:06 Quote
austenselk wrote:
My bike as it currently stands.

Transition Suppressor Frame
Size Large
Rockshox RCT3 Lyrik 160mm 27.5"
Rockshox Monarch Debonair Plus
Rockshox Reverb Stealth Seatpost 150mm
Eagle X01 12 Speed drivetrain
SRAM XX1 170mm GXP 168 Q-Factor crankset w/ 36T Eagle X01 chainring
SRAM Guide RS brakeset w/ SRAM Centerline 200mm rotors
ENVE M70 Thirty wheelset w/ Maxxis DHF 2.5 WT & DHR 2.4
Sensus grips
Deity Cavity 35mm stem
Deity DC31 Mohawk handlebars
Deity Pinner saddle
HT T1 pedals

31 lbs 4 ounces


I'm wanting to lose some more weight from it and debating on switching out just a few things and hoping to make a difference.

180mm SRAM Centerline rotors
SRAM Guide RSC brake set
Eagle X01 34T or 32T chainring
Deity Retina I-Beam seatpost
Deity Sidetrack I-Beam saddle

I already own the RSC brake set and 180mm rotors as they were on another bike and I'd just have to have them swapped over. Thought to change the chainring just to make the gearing a bit easier on myself but I've managed okay so far but I could go either way. The significant weight loss would come from swapping out the dropper for the I-Beam saddle (now I know the loss of performance and it is significant but I've ridden trails without a dropper and think I would be alright though there would be some discomfort but I think the trade off would be viable.) The choice of saddle being the Deity Sidetrack is because of low weight and price (plus it looks awesome.) Not sure of that particular saddle but I've ridden Deity Pinner and the Mainline Ti. Thought to ask to opinions on here as otherwise this forum and all forums are a bit of a hit or miss.

Removing the dropper would certainly take of a lot of weight but it would also remove a lot of performance and fun. If you're going that route you could shave some weight by removing the suspension fork and going rigid.

Maybe look elsewhere for some savings? You've built up a banger of a bike so I'd hate to see it limited that way.

Posted: Mar 14, 2017 at 11:18 Quote
Sell the enves and get a reasonably priced carbon wheelset and sell the frame. Buy Patrol carbon frame. Big Grin

Posted: Mar 14, 2017 at 11:19 Quote
Or just ride the shit out of your bad ass bike and enjoy it as-is!

Posted: Mar 14, 2017 at 11:41 Quote
ride the bike, nothing wrong with the spec. My small suppressor is heavier as it runs a coil and alu bars.

Posted: Mar 14, 2017 at 11:45 Quote
Yeah my Scout must be a solid 31# but it's my favorite bike I've had yet. Not worried about the weight.

Posted: Mar 14, 2017 at 12:42 Quote
Just built up my custom Large 2017 carbon Patrol. Chris King hubs, DT swiss rims and spokes, tubeless E13 TRS+ tires, XO trail brakes, Spank Spike 777's, XT drivetrain, 125mm Stealth reverb, Temple Lite 50 mm stem, Cane Creek 40 headset, and 160 pike solo air rc3. 30 lbs with about a pound or so of Shelter tape. I'm 6'0" and 190 lbs. Taking it out today for the "maiden patrol."
2017 Transition Patrol carbon custom build

Posted: Mar 15, 2017 at 1:47 Quote
Corotown

Last ride on my tr 450 before I sold it. Sad to see it go. But an epic send off.

Posted: Mar 18, 2017 at 12:49 Quote
MY TRANSITION HISTORY


my custom Tr450 ready for 2k14
www.facebook.com transitionmafia
2016 Transition Patrol
2016 Transition Patrol

Posted: Mar 18, 2017 at 13:35 Quote
Awesome. tup So it's fair to say you quite like them then? Razz

Posted: Mar 19, 2017 at 3:54 Quote
metaam wrote:
Awesome. tup So it's fair to say you quite like them then? Razz
oh yes

Posted: Mar 19, 2017 at 8:30 Quote



First spin out on my new patrol doing some uplifts! Bit of getting used to it needed after riding the hardtail all winter! What do you think of the new GoPro's stabilisation too, is it a yay or nay? cheers!

Posted: Mar 22, 2017 at 8:19 Quote

Bloody love my patrol!

2017 stealth large frame build 4 with some extras:

halo chaos rims on spin doctor pro front hub and superdrive rear hub
onza ibex tan walls
joystick 35 8bit bars 800mm
fabric saddle and bottle mount
zee brakes
icetech 180mm rotors
saint cranks (not pictured)
hope headset
6 pack pedals
superstar narrow wide
dmr deathgrips

Posted: Mar 22, 2017 at 9:59 Quote
lipmo51 wrote:
MY TRANSITION HISTORY



Disappointed this was about bikes lol

Posted: Mar 22, 2017 at 10:15 Quote
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Disappointed this was about bikes lol

Well done!
Eric


 
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