Polycarbonate vs Carbon spacers

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

I have recently read that Polycarbonate is lighter than Carbon. Now I'm not overly fussed about the difference in a few gs, however I am interested as to the validity of this statement, and if true, what the difference actually is?
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by thprice

Just to add to the choices that claim to be lighter than CF:

I suspect the lightest headset spacers will have the best removal of unnecessary material, e.g.
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I bet the Tune Magnesium one is fun in the rain :lol:

(This is a joke; I know it's coated)
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