Crank-based powermeters for Scott Foil

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donracer
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by donracer

I brought a Scott Foil 20 home today, but it looks like my older wired SRAM SRM crank won't fit - the outer diameter of the bottom bracket shell seems too wide to fit inside the plastic powermeter cover. I'm trying to decide whether to keep the frame or bite the bullet on a new wireless powermeter.

Anyone using a crank based powermeter with the Foil? From pictures I found it looks like the Dura-Ace SRM fits, but I'm also curious if the Sram S975 SRM, the Sram Quarq, or the Rotor 3D SRM or Rotor 3D Quarq fit.
TIA,
Stefan

Zigmeister
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by Zigmeister

Shimano SRM setup definitely works.

Not sure about Quarq...I would contact Scott or Quarq and see if they know.

SRM is ridiculously overpriced IMO.

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superbikemike
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by superbikemike

Hi I have a Quarq on my Foil Team and it works great.

Mike


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donracer
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by donracer

[quote="superbikemike"]Hi I have a Quarq on my Foil Team and it works great.

Thanks, that is reassuring. Is it the SRAM based Quarq, compact or standard?

superbikemike
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by superbikemike

Yes SRAM Quarq and no problems at all. Standard rings.

Mike


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si w
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by si w

I've a wireless D/A SRM on mine, team mates got a sram Quarq on his

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