Sorry - I had used 80-130, the 90 is a typo on the stems.
Budget is why I like the 2-series, I think it's going to be a nice addition to the market. I used the P5 for reference because it also uses a standard steerer allow normal bars, but with the super bar (with a single stem length) there is a greater fit range than your 6 stem lengths. I could do the same exercise for an SC7 with a nice bar if yo would like pricepoint comparability.
What I'm disputing is the claim of a unique level of fit adaptability. Flipping stems is hardly a new concept, nor is it elegant. I'd tend to take it as indication of poor frame or bar selection. Afterall - with an ergostem and extension mounted pads (like the Oval 750 aeros) that allow huge pad setback I can 'fit' nearly anyone to my 56 P5.
Ultimately I'm just trying to point out that simply offering a redesigned elbow pad would significantly increase the fit range of the stock bar on this bike and allow a much better claim to a high level of adaptability.
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