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Practical advantages of Carbon over Aluminum track frames (beyond aero)?

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Practical advantages of Carbon over Aluminum track frames (beyond aero)?

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Old 11-30-18, 08:50 AM
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@carleton again, i agree with you in practice. It's why i'm on a track elite instead of a t4 despite my interests being mainly on pursuit. The cost vs. Performance upgrade (4x cost vs. Not 4x upgrade!) didn't make sense, and i'm a cheapskate at heart despite knowing it was a bit of a tradeoff.
But in cranksets, there's really only the dura ace, right?
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Old 12-02-18, 07:33 AM
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But in cranksets, there's really only the Dura Ace, right?
Science track SRM is the bestest...
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Old 12-02-18, 07:45 AM
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Science track SRM is the bestest...
There is that. Favorite thing about the srm is that the spider is already tapped for chainring bolts for quick changing rings.
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