Disagree.pdlpsher1 wrote: ↑Tue Jul 16, 2019 8:00 pmIf a spoke breaks at the elbow it's due to movement there which causes fatigue. And the movement is caused by too low of a tension on the NDS. The low tension is dynamic and happens when you hit a bump on the road. Since you are very light I suspect 1) the geometry of the hub isn't ideal, 2) too few spokes, 3) too light of a spoke, and 4) the rim lacks the radial stiffness to transfer the load across many spokes. If you wish to keep the same hub and rim my only recommendation is to use a heavier spoke. The most efficient remedy with the least increase in total wheel weight is use more spokes. Hope this helps.
Less spokes NDS means higher tension each unit.. less to no slack instances. Root of the triplet success... 16/8
Then.. the lighter Laser is stretched more once tension-ed.. less likely to go slack. Think given the OP's weight those Lasers need to be 75 kgf or higher TIRE mounted. Tire pressure another factor.. less psi of course means less slack at impacts.
I did lace a 24H 12/6.. albeit w a Kinlin 300 rim at 450 grams. 2/1.8 Sapim's... 137/97 tension average DS to NDS. 2x and R left. Might be my stiffness personal set... albeit the rest are mostly Kinlin 200's.. one 270 rear.