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Bhaalgorn

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Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« on: January 11, 2018, 11:19:22 AM »
I recently built up a CS-057 using mostly spare (** indicates spare) or budget/used parts from eBay, Craigslist, Aliexpress, etc. Though I did kind of splurge on building a custom carbon wheelset. :) 

Total cost is currently $2,334.48 (includes shipping and tax, price will go down when I sell some things I bought bundled together).

Current weight is just under 22lbs with pedals and bottle cage.






Here's the full buildsheet:

TypeItemCost
Frameset
FrameCS-057 (21", BB30, UD Matte)$442
Fork2016 Fox 32 100mm Performance Elite. (15x100mm, includes 3 position remote)$225
Subtotal$667
Wheelset
RimsSpeedcarbon11 (34mm wide, 30mm tall, 32H, UD Matte, Hookless)$299
Hubs**"Industry Nine Classic J-Bend ISO 6-Bolt $325
SpokesSapim Race (Black, 14/15, Silver Brass Nipples Included)$42
Tires**Schwalbe Rocket Ron SnakeSkin PaceStar 29x2.25 TL-Easy Folding$91
Valve Stems**Stan's NoTubes Stems$10
Tape**Gorilla Tape$0
Subtotal$767
Drivetrain
Bottom BracketWheelsMFG BB30 Angular Contact Bearing & Clip Kit$44
CranksetSRAM S2200/XO 175mm$100
ChainringabsoluteBLACK BB30 Direct Mount 32T (Black)$37
CassetteSRAM PG-1050 11-36$30
ChainKMC X10SL DLC/RED$57
Shift Cable**Jagwire Ripcord Derailleur Kit (Lime Green)$28
DerailleurSRAM XX 10-speed Rear Derailleur$50
Subtotal$347
Brakes
BrakesetFormula R1 Disc Brakes$98
Rotor (Front)**Ashima Airotor 160mm (Red)$15
Rotor (Rear)**Ashima Airotor 160mm (Red)$15
Brake PadsSOCCENT Sintered Metal$6
Brake HosesKingstop$11
Subtotal$146
Cockpit
Handlebar**Race Face Next High Rise Handlebar Carbon (31.8mm, 725mm Width, 3/4" Rise)$119
ShifterSRAM XX Rear Trigger Shifter 10-speed w/discreet clamp$53
GripsSpecialized XC Grips $10
Saddle**Specialized Phenom$24
StemLITA ONE Carbon Fibre Stem (6 Degree, 60mm, UD Matte)$22
PedalsShimano XTR PD-M975$50
SeatpostEaston EC90$42
HeadsetNECO$15
Headset SpacersHEADSET SPACERS - ALLOY - 5mm - RED 1-1/8"$3
Seat CollarJAEHEV Alloy (Black, 34.9mm)$2
Subtotal$288
Other
Derailleur Hanger (142x12)$15
AxleIndustry Nine Matchstix (Black, Fox 15x100)$80
Derailleur Hanger (135QR)$10
Bottle Cages**Blackburn Slick Racing Bottle Cage (Black)$14
Subtotal$119
Total Cost$2,334.48


« Last Edit: January 11, 2018, 11:54:17 AM by Bhaalgorn »



Sitar_Ned

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Re: Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2018, 11:40:25 AM »
Good job on the build. You didn't spend too much but still have a very nice bike that should last a long time. If I remember correctly, you spent almost exactly what I spent on my 057 build but ended up with a nicer overall build (carbon wheels, fox fork, etc).. Impressive budgeting skills!

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Re: Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2018, 03:24:59 AM »
Thank you for the precise build list.
There are good findings in there. I will reuse it for sure !

What is the little black ring around the shifter cable before it enters the frame ?
I saw it as well on the Jagwire site, but no information there.

Bhaalgorn

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Re: Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2018, 06:57:54 AM »
Thank you for the precise build list.
There are good findings in there. I will reuse it for sure !

What is the little black ring around the shifter cable before it enters the frame ?
I saw it as well on the Jagwire site, but no information there.

I think what you're referring to is actually a part of the frame. If you check pictures of other cs057s it should be the same. I did put a jagwire cable end, but that's hidden. I didn't end up running full-length housing but may in the future.

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Re: Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2018, 08:56:22 AM »
Sorry it wasn't clear.
I was referring to this:

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Re: Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2018, 09:13:10 AM »
Sorry it wasn't clear.
I was referring to this:


That's just a rubber piece included with the Jagwire Mountain Pro Shift kit to prevent cable rub on the frame. No idea what Jagwire calls it.
« Last Edit: January 12, 2018, 09:16:01 AM by Bhaalgorn »


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Re: Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« Reply #7 on: January 12, 2018, 01:40:15 PM »
Take care with your stem.
One guy on a french forum had the same and his handlebar was moving by 4 to 5 cm on the extremity due do the lack of stiffness of this carbon stem.

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Re: Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« Reply #8 on: January 12, 2018, 02:06:26 PM »
Take care with your stem.
One guy on a french forum had the same and his handlebar was moving by 4 to 5 cm on the extremity due do the lack of stiffness of this carbon stem.

I was super anxious about it at first, but its been rock solid.

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Re: Bhaalgorn's "Budget" CS-057 Build
« Reply #9 on: January 17, 2018, 12:24:05 PM »
Hammered on this B A D B O Y E for about 4 hours on Saturday. 34 miles through the woods. Everything was perfect, but at about mile 24 I started hearing some clicking and noticed my rear wheel wasn't dished correctly. "Oh well," I thought. "I'll fix that when I get home. Not like I can do it now!"

I finished the ride, loaded my bike up, drove home and hung the bike up. When I went out to the garage the next day to redish the wheel and problem shoot the clicking noise, I was extremely surprised to find what I found.

The two screws that hold on the derailleur hanger completely fell out! The entire derailleur hanger was just sitting there, held only by the thru axle and chain tension. I have no idea how I was able to ride 10 miles over some pretty rough terrain, but thankfully nothing else broke as a result. I bought some spare hangers with the frame and they came with screws, so I hit them with some Blue Locktite and put them back. Wheel was perfect and the clicking was gone, of course.