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Shimano Flightdeck(7 posts)

Shimano FlightdeckAndor
Mar 6, 2002 7:04 PM
Anyone know what the flightdeck needs to be programmed as with 700c x 23 wheels? I set up all the chainring and cog teeth just need to figure out wheel size part.
re: Shimano Flightdeckweiwentg
Mar 6, 2002 7:19 PM
the wheel size is the first thing that you input. from what I remember, 700x23c is 2105mm. as you scroll through the sizes, the flight deck will flash the corresponding tire size (if there is one). best to do a rollout, of course.
700 tableSlipstream
Mar 6, 2002 7:51 PM
Tire (mm)
Size

700x18C 2070
700x19C 2090
700x20C 2086 (this is not a typo)
700x23C 2096
700x25C 2105
700x28C 2136
700x32C 2155
700 tubulur 2130

Source Campy Cross Reference Table
700 tableMJ.
Mar 6, 2002 8:00 PM
Jude 1:7-8 - Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire. Likewise also these filthy dreamers defile the flesh, despise dominion, and speak evil of dignities.
“Get your facts first...Slipstream
Mar 6, 2002 8:24 PM
"Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please." Mark Twain

What does your post have to do with this discussion? While you are on the subject, it sounds like you you might have first hand experience with the sins of Sodom. Care to talk about it?
re: Shimano FlightdeckHENRY K
Mar 6, 2002 7:57 PM
I THINK THAT EVERY TIRE IS DIFFERENT. I ALWAYS MEASURE INFLATED PROPERLY WITH BODY WEIGHT ON BIKE.
agreetarwheel
Mar 7, 2002 5:17 AM
I have found substantial differences between the numbers in these sorts of tables and the actual measurements I get from rolling out and measuring myself. To roll out, just start with your front tire set with valve stem at the bottom, mark on the floor, roll out one tire revolution until valve stem is at the bottom again (while putting pressure on the wheel to simulate your weight), mark that spot, and measure the distance in mm.

The distances on my computers are very accurate when set up this way, and generally come very close to the distances in measured routes and organized rides.