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Old 03-07-10, 09:23 PM
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*=Show us your Scattante=*

There are threads for every other manufacturer, so why not Performance house brand Scattante?

I'll start us off






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got rid of the ugly red tape, back to black
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Must.......not......bash......
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midget, you finally got the matching cage! the bike looks great!!

once again, here is mine:



great cheap frameset for fixed gear use (eccentric hub)
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Originally Posted by Caad 8 View Post
Must.......not......bash......
+1 Finding it hard.

But to be fair I bought a pair of the Carbon Soled Scattante Shoes
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AND my tires have Forte tubes in them...NA NA NA
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I was hoping someone would start this thread.

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2009 Scattante CFR Team Dura-Ace 7900 Carbon Road Bike

Specs:

CASSETTE: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900 10 Speed
CHAIN: Shimano Dura-Ace
CRANKSET: Shimano Dura-Ace 7950 compact
BOTTOM BRACKET: Dura Ace 7900
FRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
SHIFTERS: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
LEVERS: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900

PEDALS: Shimano Dura-Ace 7810

BRAKES: Tektro Carbon
FRAME: Full Carbon monocoque SL6 frame
HANDLEBAR: Control Tech Carbon Comp
SEAT POST/CLAMP: Control tech Carbon
STEM: Control Tech Carbon Unit

TIRES: Hutchinson Fusion 2
WHEELSET: Easton EA90 SL

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Digging my XRL Comp. After team points were applied, it was a $45 steal all told.

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Originally Posted by JustinPhilip View Post
I was hoping someone would start this thread.
I decided to start this thread just because they deserve a little attention. They're great budget frames, and the pre-built bikes are great deals.

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midget, you finally got the matching cage! the bike looks great!!

once again, here is mine:

great cheap frameset for fixed gear use (eccentric hub)
Thanks! How deep are your dt swiss rims?
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Some of those color schemes are... distressingly attractive...
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Digging my XRL Comp. After team points were applied, it was a $45 steal all told.
I love being able to use points
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Scattante Titanium Frame with Alpha Q fork, SRAM Rival shifters/FD/RD, Dura Ace 7800 crankset, TRP 960 brakes, Easton EA90 stem / 3T Ergonova handlebar, Campy Zonda Tubeless wheels / Hutchinson Fusion 2 tubeless tires, Selle San Marco SKN saddle (although I now have a Regal on there).

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Heres mine. fa63 good to see a Jacket on the board - MSE '96.

My kids call mine the SCAT - ANT. Funny!
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It kinda sounds like some new STD, I was worried when I open the file.....I am glad to see it is a Bike.
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Originally Posted by midgetmaestro View Post
Thanks! How deep are your dt swiss rims?
30.7mm

they are currently on closeout, but the only thing that changed was the decal/name they are now sold as the RR585 (so if you want a set you can save $20 and get a better looking decal)
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[QUOTE=midgetmaestro;10494504]There are threads for every other manufacturer, so why not Performance house brand Scattante?

I'll start us off



WOW....awesome looking bike! Did you build that yourself? What is the weight of the frame?
How stiff are those frames? I have a bunch of Dura Ace stuff laying around and an itch to build a bike.

It would be a race bike, not looking for confort, just something stiff enough.





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I was hoping someone would start this thread.

What size is that?
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WOW....awesome looking bike! Did you build that yourself? What is the weight of the frame?
How stiff are those frames? I have a bunch of Dura Ace stuff laying around and an itch to build a bike.

It would be a race bike, not looking for confort, just something stiff enough.
I built it up from scratch (first time!) - all told, with a 48cm frame and the reynolds wheels, it weighs about 16.4. I'd say it's pretty darn stiff - you should build one up and then post it in here!
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Viva Scattante!!!!

2008 cfr


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What size is that?
60cm, c-t. It looks big but its really no bigger than my other bikes.
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Originally Posted by thirdgenbird View Post
30.7mm

they are currently on closeout, but the only thing that changed was the decal/name they are now sold as the RR585 (so if you want a set you can save $20 and get a better looking decal)
Nice! I just got those Reynolds wheels (Alta Race) and I love them to death - 31mm rim, dt swiss revolution spokes on the front, dt swiss competition spokes on the rear.
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Originally Posted by fa63 View Post
Scattante Titanium Frame with Alpha Q fork, SRAM Rival shifters/FD/RD, Dura Ace 7800 crankset, TRP 960 brakes, Easton EA90 stem / 3T Ergonova handlebar, Campy Zonda Tubeless wheels / Hutchinson Fusion 2 tubeless tires, Selle San Marco SKN saddle (although I now have a Regal on there).

SRAM drivetrain, Shimano Crankset, and Campy Wheels? How was you bike not spontaneously exploded?
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SRAM drivetrain, Shimano Crankset, and Campy Wheels? How was you bike not spontaneously exploded?
And that just makes it full of Awesome.
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Originally Posted by midgetmaestro View Post
Nice! I just got those Reynolds wheels (Alta Race) and I love them to death - 31mm rim, dt swiss revolution spokes on the front, dt swiss competition spokes on the rear.
ive had a wheelset with dt revolutions (my girlfriend owns them now) but i did comps on the front and rear of these. i'm 180lbs, they may end up on a cyclocross bike, and weight isnt a huge consern

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