SRM Mount for TT Extensions

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We have now produced our first test models for an SRM PC mount that works with TT bars. Please see attached pictures. If you would like more information then feel free to email me at sales@racewaredirect.co.uk for further information.

Martyn
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by Dalai

Looks okay if you run your extensions wide, but if like me you run them narrow I'd have to angle my PCV up to clear. I'd be keener on a version where the PCV sits up high enough to be level...

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Dalai wrote:Looks okay if you run your extensions wide, but if like me you run them narrow I'd have to angle my PCV up to clear. I'd be keener on a version where the PCV sits up high enough to be level...


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by thisisatest

...or under the bar. some s-bends put the forearm right on the top of the extension.

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Dalai wrote:Looks okay if you run your extensions wide, but if like me you run them narrow I'd have to angle my PCV up to clear. I'd be keener on a version where the PCV sits up high enough to be level...


Hi,

Yes, I agree 100% and in fact on my own set up I would have to do that as well. You can rest assured that if this version works as I hope then I will be producing an extensive range to cater for as many set ups as possible.

Martyn
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Cervelo T3
Colnago CX-1
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by Geoff

Is it made of nylon or 'glass-reinforced polymer? What is the diameter?

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Geoff wrote:Is it made of nylon or 'glass-reinforced polymer? What is the diameter?


Hi Geoff,

They are made from glass filled nylon, 3D printed the same way as our Garmin Mounts. The diameter is currently 22.2mm but that can be adjusted very easily to suit different size bars.

Martyn
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Colnago CX-1
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by daryl1

Any way you guys can print one for use with pro missile evo extensions?

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daryl1 wrote:Any way you guys can print one for use with pro missile evo extensions?


Yes indeed, we already do a garmin mount for those bars so an srm version won't be a problem
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