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Video: Giant's New Trance X Advanced Pro 29 - First Look
We considered Live battery placement in every conceivable location on the frame. Considering the battery location has to be the same on all sizes (S, M, L, XL), under the toptube was the best, overall location. Sizes small and medium would not clear the battery (shock under full compression) when placed under the bottle cage. While internal placement seems ideal, keep in mind you can't just "punch" a hole through a composite frame--any significant openings have to be molded into the frame--and reinforced to provide strength. That adds considerable cost and weight to the frame--and makes it difficult to activate/deactivate/charge the battery.
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