The Turbo Elite combines low rolling resistance, 60 TPI plus increased traction in braking and accelerating. Competitive road riders need a fast, light, and tough tire, and the Turbo meets the needs. Extremely low rolling resistance and superior cornering traction lets you climb easily, descend quickly, and corner aggressively.
I have one of these and have been using it with great care. I just went out on a ride tonight and I cannot get the thing to display mph. It's like it can't read the senor data. I tried various positioning points with the senor and I tried resetting the unit. A quick scan on the web reveals that ... Read More »
I have been using a Specialized Turbo Elite computer for a little over two years. Last week it stopped working, however there was still a display. After adjusting the magnet it would still not work. I replaced the battery on the transmiter and it still won't work.
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I have one of these computers, in another post I was reading and on a picture of a pro bike (cant remember which one) somebody mentioned that you could attach it to the stem via zip ties so if anybody has done this how do you do it?
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Anyone have any advise on choosing between these two computers with cadence? I am replacing my Avocet tt45 (very unreliable) and have narrowed my choices down to these two. I’m trying to decide which is more reliable & more durable. I like the twist lock on the Sigma because I take my computer o ... Read More »