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    SpeedTrap vs DuoTrap

    Hello, I am close to purchasing a 2010 Madone 4.7, can anyone tell me:

    1) What information each sensor is providing?
    2) If I have a Duotrap...do I want a Speedtrap and vise versa?

    Thanks.

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    You don't need speedtrap if you have duotrap. Doutrap has both speed and cadence sensor. Speedtrap only has speed.

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    If your bike is set up for speed trap you can't have duo trap, opposite is true as well. Different holes in different places. If your getting a 2010 you'll have the duo trap recess, not the speed trap.

    edit.. my experiance is with a 6.5, I guess I can't say for sure on the 4.7.

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    The 2010 Madone 4.x and 6.x are Duotrap ready bikes. The Madone 5.x, 1.x and 2.x are Speedtrap ready. Speedtrap is a speed only sensor mounted in a fork slot. Duotrap is speed & cadence sensor in the chainstay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggarcia
    The 2010 Madone 4.x and 6.x are Duotrap ready bikes. The Madone 5.x, 1.x and 2.x are Speedtrap ready. Speedtrap is a speed only sensor mounted in a fork slot. Duotrap is speed & cadence sensor in the chainstay.
    I don't think the 1.x have the slot in the fork for Speedtrap, just the 2.x.

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