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Find your fit.
3T's Vola LTD is their most adjustable aerobar yet, enabling you to actualize your millimeter-perfect fit. At 38 cm wide, it’s narrower by 4 cm than Vola Pro and the aero-optimized basebar is built in HM carbon fiber, dropping weight by up to 20%. The Vola LTD is designed to meet the demands of serious athletes in search of the millimeter-perfect fit.
The versatile extension clamp mounting area allows for the extensions to mount above or below the base bar, opening up that super-low position favored by crono specialists. Adjust everything from the arm pad's stack height to the width between the pads. With comfort taken to the next level, the neoprene Comfort Arm Pads rotate in their clamps. A reinforcing bridge is included for rigid, shake-free set-up.
- Basebar material: High modulus carbon fiber.
- Extension type: S-bend.
- Extension material: carbon fiber.
- Clamp diameter: 31.8mm.
- Width: Center-to-center - 38cm.
- Arm pad stack height: 30-97mm.
- Arm pad width: 220-340mm.
- Arm pad reach: 20-70mm ahead of basebar center.
- Claimed weight: Minimum stack - 725 grams, Maximum stack - 850 grams.
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