Gave it a Google, it’s a hub standard that puts the cassette on the same line that a 130 hub would have.
I’d take it with a pinch of salt as I’m sure there are millions of bikes out there with non scs 135mm rear hubs and standard road chainsets that are working just fine but there might be problems with the cassette fouling the chainstay and/or dropout area.
I’d maybe try popping a standard 135mm hub or wheel in there and have a look at what the chainline and clearances are like because if you have to find an scs hub that’s going to narrow your choices and push the budget up.
I have some hubs/wheels/cassettes that I could try in the frame for you.
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