Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Tariffville, CT
Bikes: Tsunami Bikes
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Originally Posted by island rider
I just bought a new bike and will need a new power meter. I currently run quarqs (one compact and one standard). I've been looking into some of these less expensive alternatives. Specifically, 4iiii and stages. I understand the left-right issue, but generally speaking do you think there is a strong benefit to staying with one manufacturer and using the data from both for training and comparison purposes?
To try and get Ant+ I've thought about getting a 4iiii Precision and using it on my (compatible) SRM equipped crank arms. If I have both then I'll have data to compare/etc. Ultimately I'd use a Precision elsewhere but if they work well then at $400 it's worth it to buy a couple for various bikes.
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