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  1. #1
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    Anyone using the Wahoo Blue S/C?

    I've been using the Wahoo blue sc with my iphone 5 for a speed and cadence sensor. Lately on some gnarly rooty sections, I've been hitting it with my foot and knocking it away from the crank sensor. It needs to be at least an 1/8" from the wheel and crank. I was wondering if anyone else is having this issue. If so, what are you doing to alleviate it? I also tried using the supplied zip ties, but still manage to bump it with my foot, and knock it outside of the 1/8" tolerance.

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    Yes I use one.

    Placement is a real problem with this unit, the zip ties help but mine moves as well. All you can do is stop and reposition it.

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    Agreed... I haven't had too many issues but it's definitely hard to get set right and when it's set it sux when it jars loose

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