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    Extralite Cyberends - 37.06 gr a new record??

    I've got the first two pairs, one for me and the other one probably will go to Christopher Sauser

    Here are tech data and official pics from extralite website :

    Weight: 19gr.(each)

    Body: 3D CNC AL 7075TX

    Bolts: special M5, GR5 Titanium

    Dimensionss: lenght 100mm, diam. 24mm

    Clamping: classic cut-stile

    Finish: black anodized

    Graphics: laser etched


    Ultra accurate dimensioning and a beautiful one piece construction.

    Through this highly sophisticated 3D sculpturing technology we have managed to re-create the classic cut-style clamping design.

    This translates into a secure clamping on the delicate surface of a carbon hanlebar with only a truely moderate tightening torque of the special M5 Titanium bolts. i

    The special M5 Titanium bolts are positioned in a recessed position to prevent injuries.

    Furthermore these babies feature a structural engineering never seen before: internally tapered, oval machining, 3D carved enlightements, GRD5 Titanium bolts, smooth edges and ergonomically shaped safety plug-ends.

    The classic cut-style clamping accepts wider tolerances of bar diameter.

    Improve you climbing!

    We belive that climbing efficency gets real benefits with an extended body position.

    Body weight keeps the front wheel in contact with the ground while you can fine-tune the amount of traction you need on the rear.

    Your upper body will also stay in a more efficient and relaxed position this also allows your legs to output more HP.

    Compatibility :

    CyberaEnds are compatible with standard handlebars that have reinforced ends (diam. 22.2mm)and can support bar extensions, like Extralite UltraBar and UltraBar UL.








    Here are my pics, first the real weight (which's under the declared value!!)





















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    Wait...I couldn't really tell what they look like, could you post more pictures?
    "Do not touch the trim"

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    Geez, too many photos, dude. Look like great bar ends, and I like that they stamp the weight on the part. It's just one more reason, as a company, to try to keep quality consistent.

    Price? $$$

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    Photos are never enough...

    99€/pair.

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    Extralite often writes in their website "ultra accurate" , "hyper accurate".
    Does it mean it has higher accuracy than what´s really needed or a marketing ploy?

    For me 0.05mm +- is more than enough for bike parts besides the places there´s fitting of bearings, needing be more accurate.
    Experimental Prototype

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    no bearings!!

    no bearings....so these might actually work

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    They look good, but there's no way in hell I'm paying 99 € + shipping for a pair of bar ends.

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    light-bikes lists them for $125. Ouch.

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    don't be so negative...

    I remember when german BTP started offering his tuned Bar-ends:
    http://b-t-p.de/B-T-P_Team/b-t-p_team1.html

    Back then he earned comments for the most ridiculous pricetag for a simple pair of barends with just some carbon endcaps. After all - you can get those Smica things for about 15 euro on Ebay...

    I sure think the same guys that put Schmolke or AX-Lightness on their bikes will now rush out and order these as well. I dont'

    But one thing has to be said which is for sure positive: those italians sure know how to sculpt beautifully aluminium parts using CNC. Really cool to look at.

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    Yes, they aren't cheap, but anyone works with CNC machining should know that they're very expensive to produce!

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    Has anyone tried them? They're so light I'm concerned they might break just by looking at them.

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    but isn't the clamp not pure-carbon-handlebar compatible?

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    http://www.forum.light-bikes.de/showthread.php?t=9541

    all super-lightweight handlebars are NOT compatible with them 'cause the clambing is not specially made for these kind of bars! actually its contradictory

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    I had a moment of insanity and bought them. They're crazy light and very confortable.


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    What bolts are used in Extralite CyberEnds ?

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    my bar ends produced in Portugal weight 42g and cost me 20 €

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    mine are "edge sl's" a friend got them(he deals for them) and sold them to me for 10USD and they weigh 47g
    look exactly like the kcnc's too
    RAH!

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    Crap, my KCNC's cost me $50 and weigh in at 47 or 48 and I don't even use them any more (or for now anyway).

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    thats why i couldnt refuse paying $10! if i didnt like em' i could make money selling them but turns out i like them
    RAH!

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