Stages Cycling Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 R Power Meter Crank Arm

Stages Cycling Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 R Power Meter Crank Arm
Stages Cycling Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 R Power Meter Crank Arm
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Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 R Power Meter Crank Arm by Stages Cycling
Deciding what power meter to get can be a difficult decision, but if your running Shimano's current top-tier road group, with choices like the Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 R Gen 3 Power Meter Crank Arm with Chainrings from Stages Cycling, it helps us make up our minds pretty quickly. This driveside crank gets big marks in our books as it allows you to run a complete Dura-Ace drivetrain so you don't have to part with those precise shifting rings and excellent stiffness of the 4-arm asymmetric design. Sure, there are other options on the market that utilize the 9100 crankset, but none offer quite the simplicity and come in at a price that compares to this Stages model. Now you can train like the pros with power while choosing something that comes in at a price that's affordable in the powermeter world. This driveside crankarm transmits power data from a pod near the spider for accuracy and doesn't suffer from clearance issues with the frame as the non-drive side crankarms sensors and chainstays were prone to do, all while maintaining the beauty of a complete Dura-Ace R9100 group with its wide and stiff crank arms and precisely shifting rings. As we mentioned above, this Stages crankarm is an ideal option if your bike is currently outfitted with a Dura-Ace 9100 group. That way, the crank perfectly matches the aesthetic of the complete group, providing you with all of the engineering bestowed by the Shimano engineers, with power measurement readings courtesy of the Stages engineers. The power meter is tiny and only adds a nominal 20-grams to Dura-Ace's base weight. Tucked inside this little pod are strain gauges and an updated accelerometer that measures force and rotation delivering the power readings to your head unit with a claimed accuracy of +/- 1. 5%, which is right in line with other quality power meters on the market. The meter also incorporates Stage's Active Temperature Compensation (ATC), which compensates for the natural expansion and contraction of the strai...

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