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Ugh. I ordered yesterday and included the new bottom bracket in my order. No big deal, It probably won't hurt to have everything brand new.
Could you please advise whether this setup would be all that I need in order to run a P2M on two of my bikes?
Bike 1: Cervelo P3 Dura Ace 2010, Crank Rotor 3D 10s, Chainrings 53/39, BCD 130mm, 24mm axle spindle
Bike 2: Road Canyon Ultimate CF SLX 9.0 SL, Crank SRAM Red 22, 11s, Chainrings 52/34, BCD 110mm, Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP Pressfit
Setup (must haves):
Powermeter: power2max Type S Rotor 3D without cranks – Road, Version 110mm (compact)
Bottom Bracket Converter: Rotor BSA to 30 Bottom Bracket Converter
Lock Ring Tool: Rotor lock ring tool
Chain Rings: Praxis 52-36 BCD 110mm
Anything on top?
Would this be then everything I will need to have in order to share a single P2M on both bikes as described? Can you also confirm whether this P2M Rotor 3D fits also on a SRAM Red group?
Many thanks in advance and look forward to your reply,
On a side note, we've been having more and more problems with our postal carrier which has prompted some changes. You'll be happy to know that, starting next week, the bulk of our shipments will come via UPS and yes, we cover the duties for North America.
The point of the rant was that you put the value of the package on a sticker on the outside of the box. In plain sight. For anyone to see. One such person who saw the aforementioned sticker was my lovely wife. She then used such information to bust my balls, as well as, leverage to inform me that we were hiring a cleaning lady. I would post a picture of the label but I tore the box into shreds and threw it in the recycling before it could do any more damage.
Oh, by the way, you owe me $50 bucks for this past week. US.
Full disclosure- While the events did take place it was really more of a coincidence that the cleaning lady got hired the day after the package arrived. She had been talking about it for some time. The ball busting was real. Very real. My earlier post was meant to be a bit tongue in cheek. Hence the pink font. Love the power meter.
I'm hoping I could buy one that I could swap between my road bike (trainer use over winter), and TT bike.
Fuji 1.1 Roubaix Road - FSA Gossamer w/BB86, 110 BCD, 170 crank
2015 Felt B14 - FSA w/BB30, 110 BCD, 170 crank
I'm thinking the
power2max Type S cycle power meter FSA Gossamer BB386EVOpower2max Type S cycle power meter might be right for me? And, I'm guessing I would need an adapter. Does this come with the meter, or do I need to purchase separately?
Any advise appreciated.
In your particular case you're right the Type S Gossamer BB386EVO is the right choice. When you replace the BB on your Fuji from the MegaExo it has on it to the BB386EVO for BB86 you'll essentially be able to switch the power meter from one bike to the next. Keeping in mind you'll also need to replace the chain rings. To get a more in depth explanation of why this is, have a look at our FAQs page under 'Compatibility'.