The lightest power meter is the quarq dfour?

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ergott
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by ergott

TheDarkInstall wrote:
jeffy wrote:
1415chris wrote:You can minimise the pain having a spare spider for your crank. If you would have to send your PM for warranty you could still ride.
Having said that, my P2M S is performing with no problems for two and a half years.


you still don't have a power meter for any warranty turnaround time..


Exactly, which means you can't ride until it gets fixed. Hell on earth.
Who has only one bike with a power meter?

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^LOL. First world problems to the max.
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by JackRussellRacing

ergott wrote:Who has only one bike with a power meter?



Truth!

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by evan326

Me?

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by liketoride

Couple of my riding buds only have one bike and a pm

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by saba

TheDarkInstall wrote:
jeffy wrote:
1415chris wrote:You can minimise the pain having a spare spider for your crank. If you would have to send your PM for warranty you could still ride.
Having said that, my P2M S is performing with no problems for two and a half years.


you still don't have a power meter for any warranty turnaround time..


Exactly, which means you can't ride until it gets fixed. Hell on earth.


My BMC frame is being warranteed, frame shipping is 4-6 weeks. *f##k* my life.

The only problem with the P2M power meters is that they don't have a 24mm hollowtech version. Otherwise I'd jump on that one.

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by AndreLM

saba wrote:The only problem with the P2M power meters is that they don't have a 24mm hollowtech version. Otherwise I'd jump on that one.


Rotor 3D is a 24mm hollowtech direct replacement. You can even get it with Shimano 4-bolt pattern and use your existing chainrings.

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