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Di2 Junction A Mounts.

Old 08-10-15, 11:45 AM
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Di2 Junction A Mounts.

Since many of the 41 rarely venture to the Electronics and Gadgets sub-forum I thought I would post this here once:

I was looking for a way to eliminate the rubber strap used by Shimano in their Di2 Clip. Since at the time I couldn't find anything that would work, I decided to create my own. I posted the results in the Electronics and Gadgets sub-forum as well as RBR and WeightWeenies, now I have people using the clips I designed all over the world. Here they are:

For K-Edge Combo users, since they will never make one themselves:

This works under the K-Edge mount and attaches the same way as any of their other accessories, Your Di2 Junction A (3 or 5 Port) will clip in securely. Link

For people who aren't afraid of a little piece of double-sided tape:

This is the one I use personally on my Cannondale EVO, it is taped under the middle of the stem with 3M Extreme Outdoor Double-Sided Tape. Link

If you have an alternate place to mount:

Some bikes have extra water bottle bosses installed on the down tube for external Di2 batteries or perhaps under the bottom bracket. Link

If you could also use a 5 mm headset spacer:

This one integrates a headset spacer with the Di2 Junction A clip, nothing taped or bolted to the bike itself, they come in 17°, 10° and 0° (parallel to the ground through parallel to the stem, respectively). Link

If anyone needs something special, sometimes I might be able to accommodate you. Just come visit the thread in Electronics, Lighting and Gadgets and ask.

I cannot guarantee that this will automagically make your bike HOT in 'Hot r Not', but it is a start.
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