Mavic Fork Sensor Computer

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MSRP : $20.00

Product Description

Mavic takes care of the funky-fork crowd with the Fork Sensor. This wireless fork sensor is small and easy to install. It uses Mavic's reliable WIN digital 2.4GHZ data transmission system to send information to your computer, and it works with any fork design on the market.

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I'm thinking of getting a 12 GT Sensor 9r frame XL. I have a 11 Zaskar Expert. I plan on transferring most of its parts to the Sensor. Obviously, the seat post won't fit, etc. But what I was most concerned with was the fork. The Zaskar has a 100mm Reba. Has anyone put a 100mm on a Sensor before ... Read More »

Fork Sensor Placement?

How far down the fork is the correct place to mount the wheel sensor?Read More »

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Any harm in mounting a sensor to a cyclocomp on the back wheel instead of the fork?

I have to take my front wheel off every time I transport my bike. I was wondering if I could mount the sensor to my cateye I just got on one of the chain stays or seat stays so I won't have to worry about hitting the sensor when removing the wheel. Is this possible?Read More »

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