Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9200-P Power Meter Crankset (Black) (2 x 12 Speed) (172.5mm) (54/40T)

Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9200-P Power Meter Crankset (Black) (2 x 12 Speed) (172.5mm) (54/40T)
Price: $1,469.99

Length | Teeth:

  • 170mm | 52/36T
  • 170mm | 54/40T
  • 172.5mm | 50/34T
  • 172.5mm | 52/36T
  • 172.5mm | 54/40T
  • 175mm | 50/34T
  • 175mm | 52/36T
  • 175mm | 54/40T

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With the Dura-Ace FC-R9200-P Power Meter Crankset, Shimano once again ups the ante and offers top-level data analysis. With a fully waterproof design, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and Bluetooth LE and ANT+ connectivity, the FC-R9200-P is rider-friendly and ready for whatever riding and racing comes its way. Left/right balance sensors combined with the Shimano Connect Lab web service provide a new level of detail into riding stats.

Features:

  • Integrated, waterproof, and rechargeable Li-ion battery
    • Up to 300+ hours of ride time (Depending on ANT+/Bluetooth® LE settings)
  • Accurate data collection
    • < 1.5% strain gage accuracy throughout the entire calibration range (Depending on ANT+/Bluetooth® LE settings)
    • Proprietary strain gauge
  • Possible to start quickly
    • Simple zero offset calibration with switch on transmitter
  • Software automatically compensates for temp changes
  • New pedaling vector function helps you improve your pedal stroke and find increased biomechanical efficiency
  • With the new web service SHIMANO CONNECT Lab, your pedal stroke can be analyzed and visualized in more detail than ever before

Specifications:
Speed: 2 x 12 Speed
Spindle Diameter: 24mm
BCD: 110mm
Chainline: 44.5mm
Q-Factor: 148mm
Threaded Bottom Bracket Shell Width: 68/70mm
Crank Arm Material: Aluminum
Connectivity: Bluetooth LE, ANT+
Run Time:  Up to 300+ Hours
Color: Black
Weight: 774g (54/40T, 170mm), 752g (52/36T, 170mm), 745g (50/34T, 170mm)

This product was added to our catalog on October 5, 2021