THM Clavicula

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Superlite
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by Superlite

Hey guys,

Just curious, who here has ordered one, or plans on getting one?

At first I didn't like them, now they are starting to grow on me. lol

Anyone know what the warrenty is? I'm still scared of the carbon axle.

Also, does anyone know if THM or Storck are going to release a standard non integrated version?

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spytech
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by spytech

as soom as i can afford them, i will buy them. no if and's or but's. unless something better comes along - dont think so, but who knows.

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Michiel
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by Michiel

They already have a non-integrated Version. Mail them to ask for prices and availability?!?

I also are anxious about the carbon axle, that's why I ask for pictures of this area!!

As far as I know Smallfish101 has one on order.
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Boonen
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by Boonen

If I was to buy this thing I would defenetly wait for the version with the outboard bearings. I think that shimano did a real great upgrade from their octalink (the THM is ISIS?) to their new cranks with the outboard bearings. This looks to be the new standard...

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Cyco
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by Cyco

Michiel, I believe the 2nd and 3rd phots you posted are of the Deda crankset, not the THM. Note the cut out in the arm opposite the crank arm.

I'd love a set of the THMs, but they don't seem to have ant plans to make 180s :(
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spytech
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by spytech

i would like to see the axle on the non-drive side where it attaches itself to the left crank. i would also like to see more pics of the crank, see the final complete product.

anyone have these pics please post; or even if thm follows this forum, maybe they can show us some bike porn.

i hope they closed off the chainring arms, i would hate have to clean it all the time, plus it doesnt look that good, look at this pic:

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Superlite
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by Superlite

Cyco Wrote
Michiel, I believe the 2nd and 3rd phots you posted are of the Deda crankset, not the THM. Note the cut out in the arm opposite the crank arm.


those are THM, just earlier versions.

THM are you out there? let us in on some details!

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by big fellow

what is the claimed weight on these?

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spytech
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by spytech

big fellow wrote:what is the claimed weight on these?


420g including bottom bracket w/outboard bearings - without chainrings

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by Sybarite

Waiting for them to come out with the Italian BB version too....

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by big fellow

spytech wrote:
big fellow wrote:what is the claimed weight on these?


420g including bottom bracket w/outboard bearings - without chainrings


interesting to see how close they come their claimed weight...

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by lights_wod

them eh sent an email to ask if there are them in 175mm and to version mtb
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pk0r
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I have them on order - tbe to get them next month.
I'll let yall know.


SL: I think it is pretty ridiculous how you always tend to change your mind within few days. I still remember you whine about the high Q-factor and praising your DA just like a week ago.

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inferno
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by inferno

LOL too funny pk0r. I remember when he was touting the Syntace F99. Now it is a flexy piece of crap according to him.

Whatever happened to your crank and bb combo you were bigmouthing about a while ago SL?

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by mises

spytech wrote:
big fellow wrote:what is the claimed weight on these?


420g including bottom bracket w/outboard bearings - without chainrings


I ahdn't noticed before but depending on what chainrings were used on the THM and what BB is used with a Pulsion the weight isn't that far apart. Makes the Pulsion sound like a much better deal.

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