Chinese lightweights/RZR'S?

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adrianlmp1246
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Has anyone ever seen or heard about these wheels?
I was searching ebay for a set of training wheels and these popped up. I own
a set of lightweights, RZR'S, and Mavic CCU's. I am tempted to buy a set just to do a comparison test.
Does anyone have any info?
If this thread already exists, can someone point me in the correct direction please.
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How's your dental insurance....
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My father own his own private practice. So I would say pretty good haha. The plastic surgery might be a different story...

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No doubt he will know a guy who can hook you up haha.
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Hey, I am intrested to to test this wheels. Could you post the link where you found this wheels? Thank you!

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Kompi2 wrote:Hey, I am intrested to to test this wheels. Could you post the link where you found this wheels? Thank you!

Here. Strangely, these wheels are not listed on CS website.

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O yes tis is really strange.... Thank you anyway!

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Interested to see these in person. Perhaps try them ..

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Woo pretty awesome. Too bad that a) they don't have clinchers and b) not cheap

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Neither are they light - 1280g for tubulars isn't fantastic at all, particularly when the rim width is only 20mm!

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Where did u find the wheelset? Interested to see the specs...

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Since you own all 3 of those dream wheels, which do you like best and why?

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they have DT350 hubs - so they are heavier than DT240

one more: http://bygen.co.kr/?page_id=68


Equinox too..

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Mep wrote:Since you own all 3 of those dream wheels, which do you like best and why?

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I don't have, and have never tried the RZR's (hard to find in Europe), but I have Lightweight Meilensteins, Mavic CCU's and Corima MCC S+ 48mm. (All tubs).

This is how I'd score them;

Weight

Li = 9
Ma = 8
Co = 8

Stiffness (note; a high stiffness score not necessarily a 'good' thing, depends on the rider

L = 8
M = 8
C = 10

Aero

L = 8
M = 7
C= 7

Ride Quality

L = 10
M = 8
C = 8

Value

L = 8
M = 10
C = 8

Those Chinese wheels look interesting, but the weight is at least 100g too high to make much sense.

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