Darimo Carbon components, when Spain beats Germany

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RocketRacing
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Klaster_1 wrote:
Sat Nov 24, 2018 5:09 am
RocketRacing wrote:
Fri Nov 23, 2018 5:48 pm
Winter here also. Grab the bars by the drops and do the highly scientific “flex-o-meter” and push them together, then apart. Now repeat with the 3t aeronovas (don’t bother to unmount). Is the flex more, less, same?
Both bars feel about the same, some millimeters of give.
Sounds perfect!!! Excellent.

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To the new owners of the handlebar Darimo I recommend that you do not anticipate to draw conclusions on the first contact, I've been several weeks and every time I feel more comfortable, especially on the road in poor condition.

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DeiviX wrote:To the new owners of the handlebar Darimo I recommend that you do not anticipate to draw conclusions on the first contact, I've been several weeks and every time I feel more comfortable, especially on the road in poor condition.
What is your current setup and what was the previous one?
Edit: seen with a 120mm Extralite mounted on your AX.


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DeiviX wrote:
Sat Nov 24, 2018 2:56 pm
To the new owners of the handlebar Darimo I recommend that you do not anticipate to draw conclusions on the first contact, I've been several weeks and every time I feel more comfortable, especially on the road in poor condition.
That is a sweet looking bike!

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C36 wrote:
Sat Nov 24, 2018 3:48 pm
DeiviX wrote:To the new owners of the handlebar Darimo I recommend that you do not anticipate to draw conclusions on the first contact, I've been several weeks and every time I feel more comfortable, especially on the road in poor condition.
What is your current setup and what was the previous one?


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Handlebar Zipp SL 420 mm - stem Mcfk 100mm
Handlebar Darimo Ellipse 420 mm - stem Mcfk 100 mm
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RocketRacing wrote:
Sat Nov 24, 2018 6:22 pm
DeiviX wrote:
Sat Nov 24, 2018 2:56 pm
To the new owners of the handlebar Darimo I recommend that you do not anticipate to draw conclusions on the first contact, I've been several weeks and every time I feel more comfortable, especially on the road in poor condition.
That is a sweet looking bike!
Thanks!

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The bar custom also means size or only layup and drills for electronic? I would love have a 380mm c-c bars.

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danbjpa wrote:The bar custom also means size or only layup and drills for electronic? I would love have a 380mm c-c bars.
No custom length... asked for a 380 cc or with flare... not yet planned.



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Oh, no! Thanks

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Custom length or flare would require new carbon molds.

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Handle bars have arrived, 136.5 grams, 40cm w/DI2 drilling, more details once I get home tonight. I'll try the "flex" test with my other bars.........

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danbjpa wrote:
Sat Nov 24, 2018 11:46 pm
The bar custom also means size or only layup and drills for electronic? I would love have a 380mm c-c bars.
Damià plans to manufacture the 38mm measure in a short time, consult him directly Contacto@ darimo.eu

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Ok,images and weight. Gave it the "do my best to crush it effort" test and compared to same width Schmolke SL's & 3T LTD's and whils there is some flex it did't seem measurably different to either of my "test" bars. ALl in all I expect they will be quite good once I get around to getting them fitted up.
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Bars look nice. Have a fair few rides under my belt now with my t2. Was worried the saddle might get loose as it did with my carbonice seatpost. Rock Solid clamp. Nice flex. Looks great. Wouldn't hesitate to buy another. If only it came with gold yokes.
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Nice bar. Interestingly it has three Di2 holes. You would only need two as one of the cables is hidden under the bar tape along with the brake cable. When you look inside of the bar from the bar end do you see an internal structure to stiffen the bar? Just curious. My THM Ulna has an internal structure.
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