Cervelo S2 (read: BBright) and Rotor 3D 24mm

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Tinea Pedis
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Looking hard at a Cervelo S2.

http://www.cervelo.com/en/bikes/s-series/s2.html

Would ideally like to run a Rotor PF46 but until that time will the Wheels Manufacturing BBright adapter with the FSA PF30 cups installed?

http://wheelsmfg.com/bbright-adapter-fo ... ranks.html

From all I can read it 'should'. Also open to people's experiences with either.

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by dunbar42

I run a Rotor 3D+ with Power2Max power meter on my 2015 S2. It looks like it should work. The Wheels Mfg adapter look like they act like a spacer on the DS and no spacer on the NDS like my 3D+ installed in the stock BB. I don't recommend those Wheels Mfg adapters as a long term solution. I went through two sets on my Specialized and they eventually creak (which I finally fixed with a Praxis conversion BB.)

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Cheers. Have established that is 'should' work. Looking for actual confirmation from anyone who has (or has worked on) this actual set up.

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by glam2deaf

I haven't used the 24mm adaptor, but for a while I was using the GXP adaptor in the standard BB that came on my S3. Once installed I had zero problems. Installing was the tough part though, the adaptor didn't play nice with the SRM I was using, so had to resort to a bit of trial and error grinding down the drive side adaptor to fit.

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