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Regular SLR vs. SLR Trams Am(6 posts)

Regular SLR vs. SLR Trams Amopencl
Oct 18, 2002 5:10 PM
Anyone tried both of these saddles yet? I have the regular SLR and it's very comfortable... even for 5-6hour rides and centuries... I am thinking of switching to the SLR trans am for the magic cut-out hahaha

Besides for a little extra weight, is it as comfortable as the regular SLR?
Why switch if the current one is very comfortable...JL
Oct 19, 2002 4:57 AM
Plus the cutouts in seats are based upon dubious information at best.

Stick with what works.
Why switch if the current one is very comfortable...opencl
Oct 19, 2002 12:59 PM
For peace of mind. Cut outs definitely relief the pressure going to the arteries/veins. The extra pressure might be insignificant in causing EDF, but still..... better safe than sorry...
THe trans Am had thicker rails when I bought.....rtyszko
Oct 19, 2002 7:52 AM
which limited the type of seat post that I could run. Subsequently I have a really nice easton carbon post sitting in my garage taking up shelf space.

BT
THe trans Am had thicker rails when I bought.....opencl
Oct 19, 2002 1:02 PM
Since you said the trans am have thicker rails, I assume that you have both the regular SLR and the trans am SLR? How do they compare in terms of comfort level?
Basically the same, but I have a skinny butt so I needed more...rtyszko
Oct 20, 2002 4:08 AM
cushining. NOw any time that my butt gets sore at least I don't wonder if I bought the saddle with the most cush.

Bob