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Hexsense dariodigiulio's article
May 23, 2023 at 8:06
May 23, 2023
First Look: Pivot's New Mach 4SL
Nah, my road bike use 140mm rotors.
Hexsense edspratt's article
Apr 10, 2023 at 13:28
Apr 10, 2023
Video: Nino Schurter & Andri Frischknecht's Course Preview for the Capoliveri Legend Cup 2023
They would, but how? 29" wheels aren't going to shrink its diameter down. The head tube is as short as they can do without compromising strength. The fork though, can shrink by 1-2cm but doing so means they break compatibility with all the current frames. Basically, the front tire will rub on the bike down tube on deep compression. Unless the frame are redesigned with big offset/recess downtube to avoid contact with the tire.
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Apr 8, 2023 at 18:56
Apr 8, 2023
Apr 8, 2023 at 18:54
Apr 8, 2023

Rockshox Sidluxe Ultimate 190x40 Rx tune from Epic Evo

$275 USD
Rockshox Sidluxe Ultimate 190x40 Rx Tune from Specialized Epic Evo. Close to new condition. I took it off after a few rides.

Hexsense SQlab's article
Mar 16, 2023 at 10:15
Mar 16, 2023
SQlab Claims Innerbarends 2.0 Can Save Watts
160 watt would be 0.214564 horse power. Are you sure your car have less than quarter a horse power?
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Mar 3, 2023 at 6:56
Mar 3, 2023
Mar 3, 2023 at 6:49
Mar 3, 2023

Specialized Epic medium, black & Manitou Fork

$2200 USD
Specialized Epic frame size medium in gloss black with (optional) Manitou R7 Pro fork. The frame is gloss black with white letters. All red color on the frame are reflective tape I put on to make it shine when light hits during morning commute to bike trail. Top tube have some protection tape added to it. Manitou R7 Pro's amount of travel is internally adjustable. Currently, I set it to 120mm travel. Let me know if you want it reduced to 110mm or 100mm. Wheelsmfg Dub bb included, but can be removed if buyer don't want one. $2200 for Epic frame only $2500 for Epic frame and Manitou R7 Pro fork.

Hexsense dariodigiulio's article
Dec 16, 2022 at 9:15
Dec 16, 2022
Review: Hayes Dominion T2 Brakes
Freestroke (Bite point adjustment) is already set closest possible from the factory and it's just a tiny grub screw. So, just leave it alone and don't touch it. Instead, use lever reach adjustment (another screw) to adjust lever position. Which, Hayes lever maintain leverage ratio no matter how close or far the lever is set.
Hexsense dariodigiulio's article
Dec 16, 2022 at 7:34
Dec 16, 2022
Review: Hayes Dominion T2 Brakes
@gabriel-mission9: Other example ways to get toe in pads without different size pistons are: 1) Piston bore is angled (so that it has to move a longer distance than another straight pair). This isn't common. 2) Square seal used behind different pair of pistons are different. If a set of square seal behind the piston is flexier/firmer (not just just physically bigger) than another pair. Then the piston would retract and advance at the different rate. Re: "no braking force at all is exerted until all 4 pistons are fully activated". Did you assume square seal bending force to be 0? Hayes Dominion A4 has 7.011x hydraulic leverage ratio and 5.909 mechanical leverage ratio. Combined, the light lever force at the lever (which is light, but isn't zero) is multiplied by 41x at the caliper. During partial pad contact (one set of piston is in, another pair isn't contact yet) you already have some noticeable braking force. The lever feel remain light until both set of pistons are fully engaged then lever firm up. That lever travel between when the braking start to apply to when the lever firm up is what give lower initial bite.
Hexsense dariodigiulio's article
Dec 15, 2022 at 15:20
Dec 15, 2022
Review: Hayes Dominion T2 Brakes
@vinay: Hayes Dominion A4 has hydraulic leverage of 7.011, Hayes Dominion A2 has hydraulic leverage of 6.986. So, technically yes. A4 has a tiny bit more leverage ratio than A2. But not much at all. On Shimano camp, we are looking at the leverage ratio of 4.8 vs 5.1 for 2 and 4 piston respectively. Which is more noticeable than difference between Hayes 2 and 4 calipers. I'd say the offset pair of piston @thenotoriousmic mention is the bigger differentiator between 2 and 4 piston than difference in leverage ratio for Hayes.
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