Was mine, it's now belongs to @Ecobeard who actually rides it :p
Also worth noting that resistance can change during usage due to temperature / the unit heating up. Especially noticeable in fluid type turbo's as the fluid gets less viscous when warmer, but also can affect the bearings etc in air/mag versions.
FTP test today. Managed a whole extra 2 watts since the last one 6 weeks ago :P
Although looking back CTL was only a couple of points lower on the last test so probably to be expected.
Cool, glad its working :)
I think you can actually do it somewhat ghetto style by splicing multiple cables into one as well.... tririg.com/galleries.php?id=2014_07_Andy_Potts_Custom_Kestrel_4000&num=12
Yes, that is e-tube and not the gen1 di2.
You planning on using one of the xtr di2 battery mounts then?
pretty sure you don't need the 5 port to use the tt shifters and tt brake lever shifters together, you can use the dumb jc41 along with the 3 port junction instead.
11 speed chains on 10 speed chainrings/cassettes are absolutely fine: velonews.com/2016/01/bikes-and-tech/technical-faq/tech-faq-chain-width-explained-compatibility-queries-answered_392163
I thought that as well, but was pointed to some evidence to suggest that the VO2max estimations are actually quite good on the Garmin's (they have licenced tech from someone else iirc). Will see if I can find it.
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