Pioneer Power Meter Color Cap

Pioneer Power Meter Color Cap
Pioneer Power Meter Color Cap
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Power Meter Color Cap by Pioneer
If you sweat the small details, you can customize your Pioneer crankset power meter to match your bike with its Power Meter Color Cap. Choose between Yellow, Silver, Red, Metallic Red, Metallic Blue, Green, or White. Not just a pretty face, this cap is rated at IPX-6 and IPX-7 for water resistance keeping the electrical bits inside safe. Its compatible with Pioneer SBT-PM91, SBT-PM9100C, SBT-PMRTC, SGY-PM90, SGY-PM91, SGY-PM68, SGY-PM9100C, and SGY-PMRTC power meters.

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