Turbo trainer with little vibration

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Kermithimself
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by Kermithimself

Normally we're all looking for quiet turbo trainers. I'm looking for one that doesn't vibrate that much. I have a Bushido and it seems to be too much for the people living below me. Is the Elite Crono fluid the way to go?
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by Geoff

No. This is what you want: http://www.1upusa.com/

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by stella-azzurra

Nah Kurt Kinetic trainer.
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by KH1

KK road machine pro or R&R - both have the 12lb flywheel - very very smooth.
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by TOflat

+2 on Kurt Kenetic. I've had my Rock and Roll for 3 years now and have tested dozens of other trainers in the shop. Nothing comes close.

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