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ZIPP Service Course Stem 100mm 6 degree 31.8mm
Used and not abused, condition 10/10 very NEW looking and used only few times, under utilized.
whatssap 0166267252 Ian Lim
Below are info from the website: http://www.zipp.com/stems/service-course-stem--6-/#
The Service Course® stem delivers all you look for in a high-performance stem -- strength, stiffness, reliability, a precise fit and great visual look. The redesigned Service Course stem offers a new faceplate and body design for greater stiffness and easier installation at a price that meets any rider’s budget.
The Service Course Stem’s new shape and 3D-forged construction results in an improved stiffness-to-weight-ratio of 1.75g/nm. The stem design, along with its clean new graphics, also complement the aesthetics of modern frames. Made from 6061 aluminum, the stem resists flexing during sprints and accelerations.
For added fit options and to help riders achieve an efficient and maintainable position, we’ve added a ±25° Service Course Stem available in 75, 90, 105 or 120mm lengths.
The Service Course Stem also is available with a ±6° in eight lengths from 60 to 130 mm.
Bead-blast Black with laser-etched graphics
Zipp chooses Torx®-head bolts for its stems and aero bars - why? It’s simply a better bolt:
Won’t easily strip.
Provide more accurate torque readers.
It comes down to the way the tool head interacts with the bolt. Common hex tools tend to strip the bolt head if the bolt is over torqued. This is especially true with lightweight bolts. Zipp wanted to be able to use a lightweight bolt with reliable performance. Bolts on stems and aero bars are critical to safety – having a reliable bolt is crucial.
The Torx® head is more robust that hex-head bolts and will not easily strip. Torx® fasteners also were designed for use with a torque-limiting wrench (torque wrench), which is needed to achieve the precise torque reading for proper installation.
We chose a bolt size – T25 – for that was best suited for our stems. The standard Torx tool head for an M5 bolt is a T25, although sometimes a T20 or T27 is used. The T25 is becoming a go-to bolt in the bicycle industry. It’s been used on disc brakes for years and also is in use on chainring bolts, derailleurs and shifters. What’s more, the T25 tool is a common in bike shops or hardware stores and is readily available alone or in multi-tool sets. For your convenience, Zipp includes a T25 wrench with all stems and aero bars.
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