Are these the levers that came with white hoods and the little plate that allows either traditional or aero cable routing? If so, they require a mighty tug in aero mode to get decent deceleration from the hoods. I had a hard time finding the little plate and hood plugs in the early 90s, but that was pre-internet.
Happy New Year,
Doug Van Cleve Chandler, AZ
On Fri, 31 Dec 2004 12:28:54 -0500, Bingham, Wayne R. <WBINGHAM@imf.org> wrote:
> >>>Does anyone have experience with these Cobalto levers?
> Likes/dislikes? I've heard they're sluggish, but maybe teflon
> cables/lined housing would help?<<<
> Oh no. Not those dastardly C-Record components again. We're not
> supposed to talk about those.
> Pssssst....Yea, they are nice, and the Teflon lined housing was an early
> "up-grade" trick everybody at the shop I worked at used, and it makes
> them even nicer.
> >>>Also, one is missing the little plug on top of the hood - does anyone
> have one?
> Dan "classic, but aero" Christopherson<<<
> Go to your local office supply store and look for a cheap Bic-type pen
> with a little white plug in the top. They work!
> Wayne "envelop pusher" Bingham
> Lovettsville VA