It is fantastic.
Spacer(s) above the stem
I'm not sure if I read this somewhere or if it would even make sense, but is there any benefit to having a spacer above the stem versus have the stem directly below the cap, aside from potential future fit options? It sounds familiar for some reason, but I may have been hallucinating.
The only reason to do it is if you might want to raise the stem at a later time.
Originally Posted by voltman
Double Naught Spy
Or they may want to lower the stem without the bother of cutting the steerer.
Originally Posted by Nessism
Some carbon fork manufacturers require a thin spacer above the stem. The idea is that it prevents clamping the stem against the cut end of the steerer tube.