Zipp 303 NSW disc tubeless vs. Enve gen 2 3.4 disc

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moyboy
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by moyboy

Which would you get and why? Looking for an all round wheel set for my bike and would like to know your experiences with the two.

Zipp 303 NSW disc tubeless vs. Enve gen 2 3.4 disc

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TimF
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StevenH72
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by StevenH72

Similar dilemma. I went with 3.4's for the supposed superior wet braking performance and the extra width for tubeless set-ups. Equally, it's easier to custom build the Enve's. I've gone with Tune MigMag hubs.


Very little to choose between the two and both excellent wheelsets.

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StevenH72 wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 1:33 pm
superior wet braking performance
Disc brakes... :)

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StevenH72 wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 1:33 pm
I went with 3.4's for the supposed superior wet braking performance and the extra width for tubeless set-ups.

They are both 21mm wide internally? However, at max width, I think that the Zipps are actually 1.4mm wider (28.9mm vs 27.5mm)...at least for the disc wheels.

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StevenH72
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Yes, I did miss the disc element of the post.

I stand by the customisation potential of the Enve's though :P

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