Reynolds DV46 UL wheelsets - tubular

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • The DV46UL shares most of the design and performance characteristics as the DV46C and DV46T, with one important difference: it employs a special, high-modulus composite in the rim to shave precious grams without sacrificing structural integrity. Not only can the DV46UL generate a higher top end than any other carbon wheel, its stiffness coefficient enables the rider to convert muscular effort into forward motion with tremendous efficiency while resisting power-robbing flex even under the most severe application of torque. The DV46UL has proved itself as one of today’s most popular all-around race wheels, the choice of many racers in the pro/1/2 categories. It’s equally well suited for the road to Mt. Evans or the streets of San Francisco.
  • Tubular only
  • Rim Depth: 46mm
  • Spoke Patterns: 16/20
  • Weight: 1207 grams per set
  • Hubs: DT Swiss 240S Reynolds-Specific Design
  • Spokes: FRONT (Radial) DT Aerolite , REAR (Radial, 2x Drive) DT Aerolite and DT Competition

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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Tom a Road Racer

    Date Reviewed: November 2, 2011

    Strengths:    Not just a race wheel

    Weaknesses:    needs truing

    Bottom Line:   
    Carbon tubular magic carpet ride. Very light, accelerate/hammer equally well on hills and flats. After 2k miles braking surface still in excellent shape (I ride mostly flatlands) DT hubs have needed nothing. Need truing now but overall satisfied and would buy again.

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    Favorite Ride:   Cervelo SLC-SL

    Price Paid:    $1100.00

    Purchased At:   EBAY

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    2009 Easton Ec90 AERO v 2009 Reynolds DV46 UL

    Has anyone compared the 2009 Easton Ec90 AERO v 2009 Reynolds DV46 UL? I'm interested in the pros and cons of each wheel set.Read More »

    Reynolds DV46 C UL vs MV32 C UL???

    I have the opportunity to purchase either the DV46's or MV32's (clincher) and I'm not sure which way to go. I already have a superlight race tubular wheelset and set of Spinergy FCC Full Carbon clinchers for training that weigh in at 1615gm. I can sell the Spinergy's and get the DV's for $1600 or ... Read More »

    2009 Reynolds DV46 UL or Lew/240s VT-1 Pro?

    So I have the opportunity to buy either the Reynolds DV46 UL T or the Lew VT-1 Pro on DT Swiss 240s with Sapim CX-Ray spokes for approx the same price. Any opinions on which way I should go? I'm about 184lbs. and never have had an issue with durability and want to use these for racing and fast tra ... Read More »

    Reynolds DV46 UL vs. Shimano Dura Ace Carbon 50

    So I can get both these wheelsets for about the same price. I've heard great things about both wheels; reynolds are light, and durable and somewhat aero Shimano's are durable, and aero.Read More »

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