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gregclimbs

Feb 11, 10 16:35

Post #51 of 78 (4466 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [Tom A.] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

I have owned and used both the scott extremes and 100k and the 100k is a MUCH narrower bar...

If the extremes were slow (not surprising, like was mentioned harp, 2x round sections) the 100ks would definately be faster as the narrowness of the bars definately (especially in Tom's position) tend to lead and drag the arms:

http://www.printroom.com/...e_id=262&pos=263

Oh, and BMAN, keep cutting:



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BMANX

Feb 11, 10 16:45

Post #52 of 78 (4460 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [gregclimbs] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

I could have bought those bars off of JEFF that had them before Christmas but I am thinking that I do not want to go that extreme. I would like to have a bit more bar and mount the brake levers under the armrest like Andrew had mentioned. I am not looking for a set up like pictured above but something more like a TWEENER set up. More aero than what I am using now but I want to play around with the set up so that I can actually use them in races as well.


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BMANX

Feb 11, 10 16:48

Post #53 of 78 (4457 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [gregclimbs] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

Greg. What is the drag on the brake levers sticking down like that. I know that the Vision's are pretty narrow but it can not be good having them stick out like that.

Would it be better to have them mounted up higher on the extensions and in like with them so that they are more invisible?


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Tom A.

Feb 11, 10 17:01

Post #54 of 78 (4449 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [jeremyb] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

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Yep I bought a set too.

Hehehe...I feel like I'm fostering some sort of 100K bar revival ;-)

BTW, for any of you folks wondering how the handling is with them on the bike...I took my TT bike up and down a local twisty 3 mile, 8% grade hill today twice...the second time with a group. I had no problems leading/staying with the group the second time down. For those with motorcycle experience...the key to cornering with those bars is a heavy dose of countersteering :-)

To get a feel for the descent...check out this cool vid of some guys going down the same hill on longboard skateboards:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkviQ41u0eQ


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Tom A.

Feb 11, 10 17:24

Post #55 of 78 (4437 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [gregclimbs] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

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I have owned and used both the scott extremes and 100k and the 100k is a MUCH narrower bar...

If the extremes were slow (not surprising, like was mentioned harp, 2x round sections) the 100ks would definately be faster as the narrowness of the bars definately (especially in Tom's position) tend to lead and drag the arms:

http://www.printroom.com/...e_id=262&pos=263

I think this pic captures the narrowness a bit better ;-)




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jeremyb

Feb 11, 10 17:29

Post #56 of 78 (4434 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [Tom A.] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

Yep great pic.


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IRONwolf

Feb 11, 10 18:05

Post #57 of 78 (4416 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [BMAN] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

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Those are the same pair that I am giving to Jackmott for the 100k bars that he just bought. Also send him some Jagwire Shifter mounts. I can not wait to see his set up.


The jagwire shifter mounts that you were supposed to send to me????...but didnt????


dtreeps

Feb 11, 10 18:18

Post #58 of 78 (4403 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [Tom A.] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

have you thought of a way to attach a waterbottle or an aerobottle to those?

Dan
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Tom A.

Feb 11, 10 18:27

Post #59 of 78 (4397 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [dtreeps] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

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have you thought of a way to attach a waterbottle or an aerobottle to those?

Nope...then again, I haven't given it any thought.


http://bikeblather.blogspot.com/


Andrew Coggan

Feb 11, 10 18:32

Post #60 of 78 (4392 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [roady] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

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how long does it take you to do the first 1000 feet of a flat TT with that set-up).


Sounds like a job for the new multi-file range analysis now found in WKO+ 3.0. ;-)

First 329 m after start w/ cowhorns: 32.0 s @ 349 W
First 334 m after turn w/ cowhorns: 33.0 s @ 359 W

First 334 m after start w/ aero-or-die: 31.0 s @ 376 W
First 338 m after turn w/ aero-or-die: 35.0 s @ 334 W

Same Wednesday evening 15 km TT done ~1 y apart...no significant differences in all-up mass, air density, Crr, or gear ratio (53 x 12 fixed gear).


BMANX

Feb 11, 10 21:58

Post #61 of 78 (4338 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [IRONwolf] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

In discussion about them I got the feeling that you did not want them and a straight across trade was fine.

PM if you need to discuss!


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garageman

Feb 12, 10 5:39

Post #62 of 78 (4301 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [Tom A.] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

are your 100ks faster on the cervelo or the specialised?


garageman

Feb 12, 10 5:41

Post #63 of 78 (4299 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [jeremyb] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

I think a good thing to do would be determine a specific brake lever to be used and adapt the bends / cable routing specifically for those brake levers


gabbiev

Feb 12, 10 6:35

Post #64 of 78 (4281 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [garageman] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

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are your 100ks faster on the cervelo or the specialised?

For me, faster than my standard aerobar sets (Vision; Hed) on my Cervelo P3, P3C, and Airfoil Pro (since sold). Am building my bike for this season, a QR CD 0.1 and will be using the Scotts on it, too.


BMANX

Feb 12, 10 6:57

Post #65 of 78 (4271 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [gabbiev] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

Some one actually bought the QR CD 0.1 - Cool and I can not wait to see the finished prouduct.


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gabbiev

Feb 12, 10 6:59

Post #66 of 78 (4267 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [BMAN] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

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Some one actually bought the QR CD 0.1 - Cool and I can not wait to see the finished prouduct.

Photo of a preliminary build should be posted this weekend. It's a beautiful frame and I can't wait to get it into the tunnel. I do know that I like the seatpost design much better than the P3C's. Should be a very fast bike.


Barchettaman

Feb 12, 10 7:06

Post #67 of 78 (4260 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [BMAN] [In reply to] Quote | Reply




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´Get the most aero and light bike you can get. With the aero advantage you can be saving minutes and with the weight advantage you can be saving seconds. In a race against the clock both matter.´

BMANX


Tom A.

Feb 12, 10 7:56

Post #68 of 78 (4241 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [garageman] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

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are your 100ks faster on the cervelo or the specialised?

They are faster than my old bars on whatever bike they are on....


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SeasonsChange

Nov 14, 11 16:29

Post #69 of 78 (3625 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [jeremyb] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

bumping an old thread.

did the new design go through? any other suggestions to improve the scott 100k bar?


Tom Demerly

Nov 14, 11 16:56

Post #70 of 78 (3589 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [gregclimbs] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

That is super cool. Very "Kent Bostick".

Tom Demerly
Editor, TriSports University
http://university.trisports.com/


tigerpaws

Aug 23, 12 13:49

Post #71 of 78 (2197 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [jeremyb] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

Did anything ever come of this? I have googled my brains out looking for 100k's the better part of a year


jeremyb

Aug 23, 12 13:55

Post #72 of 78 (2182 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [tigerpaws] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

tigerpaws wrote:
Did anything ever come of this? I have googled my brains out looking for 100k's the better part of a year

Well, yes and no.

I had these made by a local welder, but never used them. They're sitting in a cabinet in the garage now.






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Tribato

Aug 23, 12 13:59

Post #73 of 78 (2170 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [jeremyb] [In reply to] Quote | Reply



dude that is some SWEET action!
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Nick B

Aug 23, 12 14:30

Post #74 of 78 (2129 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [jeremyb] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

jeremyb wrote:
tigerpaws wrote:
Did anything ever come of this? I have googled my brains out looking for 100k's the better part of a year


Well, yes and no.

I had these made by a local welder, but never used them. They're sitting in a cabinet in the garage now.




very clever! How wide are the bars at the widest point? I'm not sure if I could go more narrow than the scott 100k's 25cm.


jeremyb

Aug 23, 12 14:36

Post #75 of 78 (2110 views)
Re: Scott 100k's recreated [Nick_Barkley] [In reply to] Quote | Reply

http://forum.slowtwitch.com/...string=100k;#3117571

14.5cm outside to outside


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