Rear wheel aerodynamics? Campy Atlanta vs FiR EA10
I'm considering to build myself a good rear wheel for the kilo TT around a Campagnolo Atlanta, 32 spokes (thinking about DT aerolite), and would like to know what the weight differences and/or aero-ness would be like. My current training wheel is built with FiR EA10 rim, 36 spokes (DT Comp).
The Atlanta is surely pretty bulky, but if the difference is within like 200g, I reckon off-the-line quickness wouldn't be hindered that much, and the aerodinamics would give me some sort of advantage twards the end?
(Kilo time: 1'15, standing lap split time 26sec.)
Any thoughts? Also, do anyone get the weight of the EA10. Seems hard to find data about them old stuff these days. Or maybe those old-timers didn't really care about the weighty-winnie thing.