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Embrace the watts.
After a summer of putting up a good showing in your age group on the local tri circuit, you’re ready to dive a little deeper into your cycling training. Ease into the world of watts-tracking with the Pioneer Shimano Dura-Ace Single Leg Power Meter Crank Arm. It’ll give you the data you need for improvements in Cat 4 races and your local tri’s, without demanding as much from your wallet as Pioneer’s dual leg system.
Designed for accuracy and compatibility, this power meter uses ANT+ to communicate, so it will probably get along well with the head unit you’re already using for a seamless addition of data to your existing setup. As far as data goes, you’ll be able let power, force, and overall efficiency dictate your training, while Shimano’s revered Dura-Ace crank arm provides a stiff, lightweight platform for the entire system that keep energy transfer quick while you ride. If you catch the bug for good and begin chasing Cat 3 or your pro triathlete card, you can add a second leg and Pioneer’s touchscreen computer to your system to expand the data available to you. Start here, and who knows which podium you could end up on.
- Ease into watts-based training with this single leg option
- Hollowtech II construction keeps crank arm stiff and light
- Rated to withstand rain and temps as low as 14 deg Fahrenheit
- System measures with a claimed +/-2% accuracy
- Displays force, direction, and overall efficiency for one leg
- Item #PNR000B
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Worth every penny! I and currently stationed overseas and Competitive Cyclist shipped it FPO, AP with no extra charge or hassle. Zack Foley also reached out to me to make sure that everything was okay with the purchase and if I had any questions regarding the product, he answered every question that I had and reassured that the product included what I needed by actually checking the product in the warehouse, service was outstanding!
Once I received the product in the mail, the step-by-step installation guide was provided in English with pictures (provided by Competitive Cyclist). I am no gear head, but I can sure as hell follow directions, there was also a YouTube video on how to install, and that also helped. Followed every step and I was able to pair it to my Wahoo Elemnt Bolt (which was also purchased from Competitive Cyclist) no issues. Just made sure to use the Elemnt App to configure crank length, and used the Wahoo itself to calibrate the power meter. Did my first ever FTP test, a little disappointed in the result, but it showed me graphs and data with no sudden drop outs, as far as accuracy compared to other PMs, I have tested the PowerTap G3 hub, and it seemed about the same +/- 1-2%. For the price of $283 shipped currently, the deal is hard to beat, and yes it is compatible with all Shimano crank sets. I will always buy tech and gear from here, because they are truly passionate and focused on customer service and experience.
Will the DA 9000 crank arm work with a DA 7900 crankset?
I would like to know also, please.