Finally after months waiting for parts and waiting to have money to get the parts I have the bike i'm going to use to go out with kids during the weekend... I wanted to built the ultimate commuting machine.
I started getting a 2007 (i believe) Scott SUB 20. I got it super cheap it was the last floor model they had in the store. Bike stripped down and rebuilt with :
Frame SUB 20, aluminum
Fork Carbon identical to the winwood, probably it is a winwood with front disc IS adapters
Wheels Cane creek stratos DISC.
Brakes, AVID BB7 road DISC.
Handlebar TOKEN Full Carbon (cant remember the model)
Headset, Cane creek Semi integrated, the usual stuff.
Stem, Deda 100 mms.
Tires, Vittoria randoneur (fast stuff)
Crankset: CAMPAGNOLO CHORUS CARBON 172.5 Compact 48/36
BB: Token 68x102 Sealed with a carbon shell (this is good stuff)
RD: I have right now a shimano MTB one, it will be swapped for a 105 with a shiftmate unless i find one campy very very cheap somewhere (read notes later)
FD: Campagnolo chorus FB CT.
Brake lever/shifters: TO the left i have a campagnolo veloce flat bar 2/3. To the right I have a shimano alivio 8sp.
*** The right campy lever broke the same day i installed it, for some reason the racheting mechanism broke, I'm waiting now ot see what campy says about it. What I noticed is that the 2005 model and the 2006/7/8 models are different, big upgrades between the 2005 and 2006.7.8 models. So my advice is be sure to get at least the 2006 ones.
*** Look at the detail in the FD, I have to built an adapter for the FD. The sub 20 FD cable is comming from above and the campy requires a cable carried by the bottom of the bike/bb. bottom pulled FD. the other detail because i had to built/fix the clamp was because the SUB models the seat tube is not rounded all the way up so the clamp was just fixed in the non rounded part of the tube, the idea is to put the clamp lower than the FD. Well the picture shows what I did.