Cannondale Hollowgram Quarq weight?? vs SRM??

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Scooter
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by Scooter

Hey guys haven't been on here in forever!

Currently working on a Cannondale Evo build with Super Record and debating the swap to a Quarq. I have a wired SRM still :cry: works great but want wireless. Anyway anyone weighted a Quarq vs SRM spider? From there sites it appears the Quarq is lighter. I'm planning on sticking with the Cannondale rings.

Thanks in advance :beerchug:
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mortirollover
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by mortirollover

SRM spider is around 30 g heavier than the Quarq.

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by Scooter

mortirollover wrote:SRM spider is around 30 g heavier than the Quarq.



I guess that kinda raises the next question of weight of Garmin 500 vs. the SRM head unit too? w/ sensors?
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kbzoo
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by kbzoo

The SRM PC7 with mount is 82g and the fork mounted speed sensor is 16g.
The Garmin 500 with mount is 65g. I don't have a weight for the additional Garmin cadence/speed sensor at this moment but I can find out when I get back home later.

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by Geoff

Wireless is great, but it is hard to beat the reliability and accuracy of the Si SRM. If it ain't broke...

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