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I'm drawn inexorably towards a set of carbon tubulars. I had a set of carbon clinchers on ebay, but the seller reneged on the sale, so now, I'm thinking I'd rather have a set of tubulars for racing anyway.

I know this has been discussed ad-nasuem, but we love to talk about this stuff

zip 303 vs. reynolds dv46T

thoughts?

the other question I have is how much value does a deep section rim have in crit racing?

and what about the easton EC90 SLX tubulars?
 

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I just got a set of Reynolds MV32t's in last week. They are great. There's just enough of a v section to make a difference with aerodynamics yet they're light enough to climb with.

They go downhill super fast. They came with Reynolds brake pads, skewers, stem extenders and a spoke wrench.

The place I got them from included two tubular tires and two tubes of glue.

I am a happy carbon tubular wheel owner.
 

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Sherpa23 said:
Try the Edge 68mm rims. I've been using them since Feb and I'm constantly amazed at how fast they are compared to the Reynolds DV46's, which are super wheels.
how do they handle crosswinds? They are nice looking rims.
 
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