Newmen Streem Vonoa 2024

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nino10
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by nino10

On the subject of carbon spokes:
- the new Newmen use 5.2 mm wide spokes (similar to Cadex on their 50 Ultra)
- the Farsports EVO 2024 use 5.0 mmm wide spokes
- the Wheelsfar (RD 270) (from Farsports) use 3.8 mm wide spokes
(Off. info from Newmen and Farsports/Wheelsfar representatives)

RDY
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by RDY

alanyu wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 11:30 am
RDY wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 9:43 am

Farsports hubs vary wildly in quality and reliability because they use different suppliers and have very different price points with varying costs and designs. Hambini praised their expensive carbon spoke hubs from their Evo series. They're not the same as the cheap RD270. But I assume the latter are a similar H-works design to that which 9Velo use, which he's positive about ... although I don't think they have anywhere near the quality of the Evo hubs and there have been a number of documented major failures of the h-works hubs.
RDXXX and their carbon spoke hubs are all made by Farsports themselves under h-works brand (they have their own factory)
Dunno about now, but some were Chosen previously.

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toxin
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by toxin

i wanna see the rim profiles

nino10
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by nino10


toxin
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by toxin

can't really conclude shit from that, need the cross-section

hannawald
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by hannawald

Thanks for the article. So it seems that compared to my DT ARC 50 wheels I would save 1.8watts at 45 km/h with 30C tires. Even less with 28C. I wonder how much lighter are the rims to compare what it might bring with acceleretaion feeling (I guess stifness is great with DT ARC).

nino10
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by nino10

toxin wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 6:33 pm
can't really conclude shit from that, need the cross-section
???
Under the first link you will find a folder with pictures, also in high resolution and also of the cross section. I can't see what you are missing in terms of pictures or information.
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cajer
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by cajer

nino10 wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 2:13 pm
On the subject of carbon spokes:
- the new Newmen use 5.2 mm wide spokes (similar to Cadex on their 50 Ultra)
- the Farsports EVO 2024 use 5.0 mmm wide spokes
- the Wheelsfar (RD 270) (from Farsports) use 3.8 mm wide spokes
(Off. info from Newmen and Farsports/Wheelsfar representatives)
Do you know what the thickness of the Newman or other spokes are?

nino10
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by nino10

cajer wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 7:43 pm
nino10 wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 2:13 pm
On the subject of carbon spokes:
- the new Newmen use 5.2 mm wide spokes (similar to Cadex on their 50 Ultra)
- the Farsports EVO 2024 use 5.0 mmm wide spokes
- the Wheelsfar (RD 270) (from Farsports) use 3.8 mm wide spokes
(Off. info from Newmen and Farsports/Wheelsfar representatives)
Do you know what the thickness of the Newman or other spokes are?
I am awaiting the arrival of the 2024 Newmen Vonoa (Allround) and 2024 Farsports EVO (6) - as soon as they arrive I can measure them and take some pictures.

nino10
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by nino10

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toxin
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by toxin

nino10 wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 6:42 pm
toxin wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 6:33 pm
can't really conclude shit from that, need the cross-section
???
Under the first link you will find a folder with pictures, also in high resolution and also of the cross section. I can't see what you are missing in terms of pictures or information.
(There are currently no more)
I don't know if I'm blind or we have a misunderstanding here, but I don't see one

nino10
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by nino10

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I don't know if I'm blind or we have a misunderstanding here, but I don't see one
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It is quite possible that there has been a misunderstanding. If you upload an example of another wheel here, I might be able to help you.

alanyu
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by alanyu

nino10 wrote:
Thu May 23, 2024 8:48 pm
I don't know if I'm blind or we have a misunderstanding here, but I don't see one
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It is quite possible that there has been a misunderstanding. If you upload an example of another wheel here, I might be able to help you.
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This is so-called cross section
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nino10
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by nino10

Ok, I see.
So far, only the above-mentioned real pictures of the profile/rim bed and the associated data are available.
I have not yet seen a sketch or real picture of the (shape of the) cross-section.

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