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    Accurate groupset weight information

    I've done several searches trying to find accurate weights of the following:

    Sram Red22 eTap rim
    Sram Red22 eTap disc
    Sram Red22 mechanical rim
    Sram Force22 rim
    Sram Force 22 disc

    Shimano DA Di2 rim
    Shimano DA Di2 disc
    Shimano Ultegra Di2 rim
    Shimano Ultegra Di2 disc

    I get conflicting data, varying as much as 300g.

    Does anyone here have a ling to accurate data?

    Thanks
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    Start here, these are the guys that really care about accuracy of weights, and many components and frames can be found there:

    https://weightweenies.starbike.com/

    I had a site bookmarked, bikescale.com, but my Firewall says it presents a security threat-- so try it at your discretion.

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    I think you'll find they mainly care about the color of their bar tape and how to flood the for sale forum these days. The weight listings haven't seen much action in the last decade or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GDTRFB View Post
    I've done several searches trying to find accurate weights of the following:

    Sram Red22 eTap rim
    Sram Red22 eTap disc
    Sram Red22 mechanical rim
    Sram Force22 rim
    Sram Force 22 disc

    Shimano DA Di2 rim
    Shimano DA Di2 disc
    Shimano Ultegra Di2 rim
    Shimano Ultegra Di2 disc

    I get conflicting data, varying as much as 300g.

    Does anyone here have a ling to accurate data?

    Thanks
    https://ccache.cc/blogs/newsroom/202...ght-comparison

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    I've seen this one, but it's got incomplete & inaccurate information.

    Sram weights include batteries, Shimano's do not.
    It looks like Sram weights are for BB30, not GXP
    Sram weights include brake hoses etc, Shimano's do not.

    I don't think that Shimao DA Di2 9170 weighs over 300g less that Sram Red22 eTap.
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    Spec weight has nothing to do with actual weight. In my experience with Campy the first model year cassettes for example are significantly lighter than the later model years (10 and 11 speed anyways).
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