The Delta V is the direct replacement of V-Flow.
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Which saddle is the replacement for V-Flow
I’ve gone Thru several bike seats and I’m still having pain and numbness behind my scrotum area on the right side especially. I usually ride 50-75 miles on Saturday &Sunday, and 25-30 3 weekdays. I get sore and numb after 15-20 miles, and the swollen area feels like a pecan. I need to find a seat that relieves this pain.
Text I doubt that you will find a "magic" seat to fix your problems without doing some more involved bike fitting. A consistent one sided pressure is generally the result of a functional leg length difference, this can be caused by actual leg length, by offset hip location, slightly curved spine and even cleat placement on the shoe. All of these can be easily corrected but your basic position on the bike will also be very important. If you send me a photo of you on the bike from the side view I will be glad to give you my opinion and maybe help you find that Magic saddle.
I have an older Cobb Max saddle on my time trial bike which I've used and loved for about 5 years. I'd like to replace the saddle with something identical or at least very similar but can't tell which one that is in your current line-up. Any advice?
The Delta M is the direct replacement of Max.
What is the Qfactor on your cranks?
Our crank Q factor is about 145mm, it varies a little depending on the type of B/B used.Text
I want to run 1x - where do I get single chainrings from and what sizes are they available in?
Our cranks are a 8 bolt direct mount style and will work with several different Power meters and with 1X setups. We do not currently sell a 1X crank so you will need to source your own chainring, Sram and several others will work well, just type in "8 bolt direct mount 1X chainring" on Google and you will see several options. The cranks come with clear instructions on how to install the new chainring.
Will the Short Cranksets work with the 12-Speeds?
No. Not at this time.
What is the size on the screws for the hydration system?
The screws are a M5 8 - 12mm long.
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I have a dirt plus that I have had for a number of years and need to replace it. The delta P looks very similar - is that saddle the next generation of the Dirt Plus?
Yes. Delta P is the direct next generation replacement of DRT Plus
I am a bigger guy (240LB) I ride 100% MTB and am wondering if you would recommend the Delta M over the Delta
for the most of cases, Delta P is suggested for the bigger/heavier riders. Delta M is suggested for light to medium build riders.
I purchased a rear mount hydration system that fits with the delta 38 seat. Just realized it also works with a flat tire repair kit, but I have no idea how to mount a repair kit to the system. Looks like air cartridges screw into place.
The rear hydration unit is designed for a Co2 cartridge to screw in to the top of the unit and then the C02 inflator, spare tube and tire levers go in the bag. The Velcro tabs on the sides of the bag go through the slots on the sides of the hydration unit.
The website says the Delta P has a "short nose," What is a short nose?
The first 50mm of the Delta P is cut down lower to help relieve pressure points so it is considered a "short nose" saddle
I currently have a Trek Speed Concept (BB90) that I run with Rotor 155 mm cranks. I am interested in going down to 145 mm cranks, but was wondering if there was any way to run your cranks with a larger chainring than the 53/39 that is listed.
Yes, there are other Chainrings that fit our cranks.
The Delta M is 55 MM wide in the front. The Delta V is 35 MM wide. That's a big difference. How does a 55mm seat feel compared to a 35MM seat?
The Delta M has a flared out nose shape to make a cradle area, for some riders this allows the body parts have less pressure on them and for some Women riders it fits the shape of their "soft tissue" much better. For riders that ride more on the nose of the saddle, the width of the Delta M can be more comfortable while for riders that are setup in a more traditional "Road" position, which the Delta V supports very well.
The Delta M is described as having a deep, wide relief channel for Men. That sounds good to me. Can you comment on the Delta V vs the Delta M?
I have a Quark d-zero power meter, and it’s an 8 bolt version. I am pretty sure I’d need to order a bottom bracket adapter. I have a 2015 Specialized Shiv Tri with a BB30 bottom bracket in the frame. What should I get?
TTha power meter should install easily, I have encluded some instructions. For the cranks to work on your bike I suggest getting : FSA BB386EVO Bottom Bracket Adapters.Wheels Industries adapters don't seem to work as well with our cranks.
I have a client in need of your 145mm crankset, problem is she is running an older bike with 8spd drivetrain. Do you have an option to work with 8spd spacing.
Our GXP alloy cranks should work well with 8spd but if she wants a 24/ 24 direct fit alloy crank, I think it will work ok if she uses a 10 spd chain.
I am a road cyclist that likes to do 1-2 long rides per week, usually in the 40-65 mile range. I went through your seat selector guide (level handlebars) and it gave me several options: Type T & R, Delta M, P & S and Pro SR. I am looking for maximum comfort and care less about weight. Is there a specific saddle that you would recommend from that list?
I would probably suggest 3 saddles.Type R, Delta M and Delta P.The Type R is probably the first choice for the long distance road ride in your case.
hat is the most equivalent replacement to Cobb PB (Plus Black) saddle purchased in 2013? I love the comfort of this saddle and I weigh between 195-200 lbs and am 6' tall (male). I ride 2-3 times per week on average.
The Delta P is the replace unit for the Plus.
What are the SCREW SIZES of REAR HYDRATION UNIT?
Seat screws: 5mm, M10
Water bottle cage screws: 4mm, M10