Quarq Dzero weights

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RocketRacing
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by RocketRacing

Sram does not make comparing easy, but i did some sniffing and rough math, and a power meter red crank and rings was 100-120g heavier than standard red crank/rings. That was near or more than the difference in weight between dura ace pedals, and my garmin power meter pedals... except that i could swap one garmin pedal with an xpedo thrust sl ti pedal for an extra 76g or so weight savings (with identical cleats, q factor, rise, etc).

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by TobinHatesYou

RocketRacing wrote:
Wed Nov 14, 2018 4:33 am
Sram does not make comparing easy, but i did some sniffing and rough math, and a power meter red crank and rings was 100-120g heavier than standard red crank/rings. That was near or more than the difference in weight between dura ace pedals, and my garmin power meter pedals... except that i could swap one garmin pedal with an xpedo thrust sl ti pedal for an extra 76g or so weight savings (with identical cleats, q factor, rise, etc).

THM Clavicula SEs are roughly 170g lighter than non-PM Red cranks, so that's further possible weight savings when using PM pedals.

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:thumbup: RyanH, super
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by liam7020

Thanks Ryan. In WW mode, wonder how Extralite rings would work on the Quarq cranks with Etap?
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by mrlobber

They're not perfect, but they work. I have such a setup.
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by liam7020

mrlobber wrote:
Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:58 pm
They're not perfect, but they work. I have such a setup.
That's interesting to know - and what chain are you running? Ta
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by mrlobber

KMC X11SL DLC.
This bike, just with Etap now (and less red :D):
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by liam7020

Thanks for that info!
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