ditto the second seat post. Shouldn't be that hard to source. While the clamps are relatively easy, it's far easier to just swap post+saddle and have tape marking the spot to insert to.
Probably more important would be the reach. Bike sizes can be amorphous things, I find seat height to be a rather easy thing to achieve no matter the bike but proper reach+ is the more difficult thing. I'd bet that in addition to swapping seat posts you'll need to swap stems too (and possibly spacers)
on the point of seat height being easy. I'm 6'2 and can get my desired seat height on 54/56/58/61 sized cervelos.... but only the 58 and 61 gives me the reach i need and only the 58 gives me a low enough stack.
you've opened up a can of multifaceted worms :)
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