Help, I need suggestions for a low profile saddle.

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swimmingskibble
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by swimmingskibble

I so started putting my new G6 together and came into a fit issue that I wasn't really expecting. I apparently didn't notice on the geo chart that the semi-integrated seat tube is a full 4cm longer than what I had on my G5. I'm going to try to swap out the frame, but I can't, can anybody point me towards some really low profile saddles?

idler
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by idler

Selle Italia SLR TT or Kit Carbonio

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Northoceanbeach
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by Northoceanbeach

There is 4cm between the top of my seatpost and the base of my saddle. Could someone cut the carbon saddle rails and make them straight so they don't arch down? Or is that stupid.

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bura
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by bura

The Toupe S-works is a very low profiled saddle.
BTW what works on one bike is causing headache on some other.
Friend has the Toupe mounted on his Cervelo S3. And when riding ,the saddle is flexing a bit too much and the top bolt of the Cervelo aero seat post is touching the "leather" material in the cutout and tearing it apart.
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Sisbud
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by Sisbud

+1 on the s works toupe.

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