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robbyville 06-13-13 01:22 PM

Anyone using crank based power (Quark,etc) with Dura Ace 9000?
 
I'm considering getting a power meter, maybe a quark or something crank based, but I thought the spacing of the new DA 9000 rings were a little different from before due to 11spd, etc. I don't want to affect my shifting which is absolutely stellar!

Anyone out there using a similar set-up that can help with some advice?

Silvercivic27 06-13-13 03:10 PM

When I was shopping for a power meter and a groupset, I ran into the same question. My shop told me that they've used a Quarq Elsa with DA9000, and it "shifted fine". I personally stuck with an Elsa and DA7900, and it "shifts fine" (read, not stellar). DA9000 SRMs have been seen out there, but I'm sure they cost a pretty penny.

robbyville 06-13-13 03:15 PM

hmmm thanks. I've seen the one that's on one crankarm and they have a DA9000 version but I'm told it's not as accurate perhaps as the rest. It will be more for training for fitness though no racing and such, not sure if that matters.

Makel 06-13-13 03:28 PM

I bet several people in the racing forum do.

mvnsnd 06-13-13 05:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Makel (Post 15739494)
I bet several people in the racing forum do.

+1 This is a question better asked in the 33.

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