TT seatpost setup on Kuota Kalibur 2012

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geca
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Location: Denmark

by geca

Hi guys. Just bougth a Kuota Kalibur 2012. In the specs it says that the seatpost has a Dual posiotion meant for either Triathlon og TT.
However I can only see that it has one position, (78 degree), and I do not quite understand what they mean about the Dual postion.
The case is that the nose of the saddle has to be at least 5 cm behind the center of the crank and this is only possible if you use the ugly Adamo saddle.

I can not see how it is possible to change anything in the clamps on the seatpost. :noidea:

Can anyone give me further info about the dual position seatpost or does Kuota write something wrong in the specs of this TT frame :?:

fdegrove
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by fdegrove

Hi,

Just like with the K-Factor you can now (since 2011?) turn the seatpost atound to obtain to different degrees of setback on the Kalibur.

Ciao, ;)
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