TRS Plus Boost Wheel - 27.5in by e*thirteen components
There are few things we dislike more than sluggish acceleration, and one of those is flexible wheels that wallow under pressure. Fortunately E*Thirteen Components TRS Plus Boost Wheel manages to offer both snappy acceleration that soars quickly up climbs as soon as you put down power, and a reliable rim that's stiff enough to handle you barreling into corners at top speeds. That's because the E*13's engineers got to serious work, taking key details into mind by packing in large flanges and short spokes. This design increases the acute angles formed within the rim/flange triangle and results in a claimed 70% reduction of stress placed on the spokes. The combination of short spokes and a structurally stiffer wheel design will be felt on the first voyage and bring a smile immediately to your face. Within the hub's 6061 alloy flanges are angular contact bearings that roll fast and are well sealed against the elements. At the freehub, three pawls, with two sets of teeth, engage with 60 points on the drive ring for quick and positive ratcheting. Connecting the hub to the TLS tubeless compatible rim are quad-butted spokes. Alloy nipples ensure a low weight, and a LEX process brazes the eyelets for added strength where it's needed. The TLS rim profile delivers a solid connection between UST tires, and the rim's hook to eases inflation and prevent burping during heavy side loading.
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