New powermeter rumours

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.

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oldturd
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by oldturd

I hope it's a legit announcement that they're finally offering the drive side upgrade for the 9100 for their podium PMs.. lol

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TobinHatesYou
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by TobinHatesYou

AndreLM wrote:
Wed Mar 27, 2019 11:16 pm
4iiii is announcing something on April 1st

https://twitter.com/4iiiicom/status/111 ... 21344?s=19

Maybe they've been bought by Specialized.

jfranci3
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by jfranci3

Looks like IQ2 just gave up and went full pedal. waa waaaa https://www.iqsquare.com/

fattywilliams
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by fattywilliams

jfranci3 wrote:Looks like IQ2 just gave up and went full pedal. waa waaaa https://www.iqsquare.com/
O Yh blimey good spot still looks promising if it ever actually comes out

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TobinHatesYou
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by TobinHatesYou

jfranci3 wrote:
Fri May 03, 2019 7:25 pm
Looks like IQ2 just gave up and went full pedal. waa waaaa https://www.iqsquare.com/

Looks to be about 40-45g heavier per pair than Vector 3s and Assiomas too, and without an existing reputation (besides delays and not being able to deliver the original design.) Not worth the pre-order IMO. Let Ray and Lama test them out first.

mattr
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by mattr

Saw that on DCR, made me laugh.
From the text of their excuse it sounds like they've never heard of precession.......

jfranci3
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by jfranci3

Who cares about the weight if they can deliver at that price point? (Which they won’t) I wish they made the pedal bodies interchangeable so other pedal companies could jump on board.

yinya
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by yinya

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Anybody can help interpret the data on left right balance? The powermeter is Rotor INpower 2 (the version with the AA battery). After an injury my right leg is weaker, but I am not sure how to read/trust this data. Looks off

On another bike I have P2M NG and if I don’t pay attention the balance is 51-52% on left but not 70%...


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AZR3
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by AZR3

If the rotor isn’t the 2INpower model then it’s just guesstimating L/R balance, as is the P/M NG. That being said is do you have any data from prior to the accident with the Rotor? Maybe it’s an issue with the Rotor, have you done any updates recently?

yinya
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by yinya

I just got the Rotor 2inpower, so no prior data on that one. Invoice had 2 in it, manual only says INpower

On P2M the numbers were 50-50 pre-injury, so there’s definitely something there, but 70-30 just surprised me.


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AZR3
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by AZR3

If it uses AA then it’s the single sided INpower model, the 2INpower uses a rechargeable battery. Did you do a zero offset for the Rotor before your ride? Maybe it’s a calibration issue or perhaps there is a firmware update for it. Id try the above and see how it goes after a few rides

yinya
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by yinya

Thanks! It’s then definitely the single sided version. I did do a calibration, but will do another and see if there’s new firmware.


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jfranci3
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by jfranci3

We’re you in and out of the saddle a thousand times?

yinya
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by yinya

Yes, a lot of times


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jfranci3
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by jfranci3

Do you lead with your left foot?

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