Professional (1973 - 1978):
Columbus Double Butted Tubing
Full Campagnolo Group
Size: 21", 22", 23", 24", 25"
Colors: Orange, Silver
Fixed Gear Track bike model featuring a Tange #5 frame.
Tange Champion #5 plain gauge CrMo
Suntour and Sugino components
Production: 400 units (Rumored)
Turbo (1983 -1984):
Mid- to high-end model featuring a Tange #1 frame.
1983 SunTour Cyclone
1984 SunTour Superbe Pro
Comp TA (1984):
Mid-range model aimed at triathletes and featuring
Tange #2 frame
Shimano 600EX 6200 Series components.
There was lawsuit from B.F Goodrich, as it shared that same name as a model tire that they held the patent on It would evolve into the Ironman for 1985 MY.
Cinelli Equipe (1985):
One year only, high-end model. It was believed to be designed by and manufactured under the supervision of Cinelli, In which it carried Cinelli stamping and other ornamantation features
Columbus SL frame
Campagnolo Nuovo Record derailers
Ofmega Mistral crankset
Universal AER brakes
Prestige (1985,1986 & 1989):
high-end model only made 1985,1986 and 1989 MY Features:
1985/1986/1989: Tange's Prestige tubeset
1985: Shimano Dura-Ace 7200 Series
1986: Shimano DuraAce 7400 Series SIS
1989: Shimano 600 Ultegra Tri-Color 6400 Series
Mid-range, triathlon model that replaced the Comp TA
Frame: Tange #1
Shimano New 600EX components. (SIS on 1986 model)
1985 Headtube painted contrasting color
1985: Sliver/Blue, Metallic Red/Silver
1986: Headtube/Seattube painted contrasting color
1986: Red/White, Grey/Silver
Mid-range, aluminium-framed model, featuring SunTour Sprint derailers.
Frame 7000 series aluminum
Fork: Black 6061 aluminum
Chain: Suntour Accushift Plus
Cassette: Suntour Accushift Plus
Shifters: Suntour Superbe Accushift Plus
RD: Suntour Sprint
IRONMAN Expert (1987-1989):
Starting in 1987 The Dave Scott Ironman was offered in two models the Expert and the Master. The Master retained the Shimano 600 Componentry and the Expert was the cheaper version of the Ironman, and it featured the new Shimano 105 components which was a all new redesigned grouppo, and introduced many firsts in technology that would end up being std on all Shimano componentry, like SLR, SIS for the rear derauliuer. 105 was favored at that time over the more expensive 600 since it was more advanced and was generally a better functioning grouppo than 600. It is unclear but in 1989 Centurion dropped the use of Shimano 105 and the expert was outfitted with Suntour GPX componentry. As with the rest of the centurion line 1989 would be the last year.
Frame - Tange #1 Steel, Lugged
Grouppo - Shimano 105 (1050 Series)
Hubs - Shimano 105 126mm QR, 32h
Rims/Spokes - Wolber Super Champion Alpine / 14g
Tires - Panaracer Tecnova 700c X 23
Derailuers - Shimano 105 F/R SIS
Chain - Shimano Uniglide
Cranks - Shimano 105 Biopace 52/42, 170mm, 130mm Bolt
Freewheel - Shimano MFD12 6-Speed13-24t
Pedals - Shimano 105 Toe Clips with White Straps
Headset - Shimano 105
Seatpost - Sugino SP-KC 27.0 mm
Saddle - Vetta Suede
Bar/Stem - Nitto Olympiade 40cm / Nitto 9cm Stem
Brakes - Shimano 105 SLR w/AERO Brake Levers
Colors - Magenta/Yellow or Red/White
Womens Frame - Peach/White
Size Mens - 48cm - 64cm c-t (2cm Increments)
Size Women - 48cm (50cm top tube) 700c Wheel , And 46cm (49cm Top Tube) 24in F-Wheel.
Weight - (56CM) 22.55 lbs , Frame- 4.55 lbs, Fork-1.50 lbs
MSRP -:$520.00 USD
Frame- Tange #1 Steel, Lugged
Gruppo- Suntour GPX 7spd.
Derailuer R - Suntour GPX (RD-GP00 SSB) Note*
Derailuer F - Suntour GPX 28.6mm Clamp, Bottom Pull FD-GP00 SSH
Shifters - Suntour 7 Speed Accushift
Brake Levers - Suntour GPX (BL-GP00)
Brakes - Suntour GPX (BA-GP00-S)
Freewheel - Suntour 7 Speed 13-24t (FW-AL00-U7)
Cranks - Suntour GPX 52/42t (CW-GP00)
Bottom Bracket: KalinEnglish/ISO: 1.370 x 24
Pedals - ??
Headset - Tange Levin CD headset.
Wheels - Araya CTL-370 36 hole rims
Hubs - 36 hole Suntour GPX hubs. Freewheel (HB-GP00-F/R)
Bar - Sakae
Stem - Custom 125mm
Seatpost - LaPrade 27.2 mm
Saddle - Avenir
*gc Index Mode:23T Max, Friction Mode: 26T Max (max difference 13T), total capacity 26t
IRONMAN Master (1987-1989):
Mid-range, The Master designation was added to differentiate it from the lower Ironman Dave Scott Expert.
Frame: Tange #1 (Previously Champion #1)
Fork: TIG-welded fork crown
Components: 1987: 600EX SIS (6200)1988-89:Shimano 600-Ultegra Tri Color (6400)
1987: Marine Green/White, Yellow/White
1988. Purple Smoke/White, Yellow/White
1989. Grey Smoke/White, Red
1988 & 1989 were spec'd the same except for paint, saddle (1988 - Selle italia, 1989 - Avenir) and pedals (1988 - Shimano 600, 1989 - Sampson).
MSRP (1987) $650.00 USD
IRONMAN Carbon (1988):
A high-end triathlon model by pairing Shimano Dura-Ace components to a carbon fiber frame and aluminum fork.
Components: Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 Series components 7Speed
Original MSRP:$1,500-$1,600 and was the highest-priced Centurion of the period.
Carbon R (1989):
Components: Shimano 600 Ultegra Tri Color 6400 series
Seat Post: 25.4mm
EliteRS, Super Elite (1979-1986):
The 1983 Elite 12 was a mid-range model with a Tange #2 frame and SunTour Cyclone deraileurs. For 1984 it was renamed the Elite RS and downgraded to Tange #3, but still sported Cyclone deraileurs.