New wheel for my Cervelo P-series

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Damocles33
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by Damocles33

Hello,
I'm triathlon amateur, average cyclist. I do sprint and olympic triathlon, but training for 70.3. Training and racing on mostly flat terrain. I have a cervelo P series with 105 groupset, which i'm very happy with. But i am wondering if I need a wheel upgrade. I still have the original Vision 30.
I'm looking for good wheels under 1300 euros. I have short listed Parcours strade wheel and swissside Hadron2 classic 500. Which one would you recommend, or another one?
Would it be a nice improvement from Vision 30? Would you have any idea of the W gain?
Thanks in advance.

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by mrlobber

Go with Hadrons, at least 60mm depth (model 625, and above). One of the most aero rims around (used by DtSwiss as well). Put Conti 5000TR tyres on, and you will have 97%+ of max available TT performance.
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Damocles33
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by Damocles33

Hello. OK, thanks for feedback.
I am not sure between 500 or 625 deep, but will consider it.
Any more feedback please?

Damocles33
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by Damocles33

Hello, any more recommendations about nice pair of wheels for my cervelo?

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