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DT 240 Shimano - Carbon Clincher
ENVE 2017 SES 3.4 Carbon Clincher DT240
ENVE 2017 SES 3.4 Carbon Clincher DT240
ENVE 2017 SES 3.4 Carbon Clincher DT240
ENVE 2017 SES 3.4 Carbon Clincher DT240

ENVE
SES 3.4 Carbon Clincher DT240

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Wider, faster.

The ENVE SES 3.4 Carbon Clincher Wheelset has been given a redesign to make their most versatile wheel option an even better performer. They were designed to tackle the diverse conditions found around ENVE's headquarters in Ogden, Utah, utilizing an asymmetric 38 mm deep front rim and 42 mm deep rear for aero performance on the flats while being lightweight and stable over steep mountains and on canyon roads thanks to an increased 21 mm inner-width that's optimized for 25 mm tires. ENVE's updated brake track features a molded-in texture that improves modulation and heat management, providing up to 30% better performance and more consistent stopping power in both wet and dry conditions. The DT Swiss 240 hubs are an industry reference, providing outstanding performance in the durability, weight and smoothness departments.


Details:

  • Tubeless ready
  • Optimized for 25 mm tires
  • Includes: Tubeless valve stems and tape, valve extenders, rim strips, titanium skewers, and carbon-specific brake pads
  • Front dimensions: 38 mm deep, 29.75 mm external width, 21 mm internal width
  • Rear dimensions: 42 mm deep, 29 mm extern width, 21 mm internal width
  • Spoke count: 20 front / 24 rear
  • Rim weight: 432 g front / 439 g rear
  • Wheel weight: 643 g front / 788 g rear / 1431 g total
  • Available in multiple freehub options. Compatible with 9/10/11-speed cassettes.
  • Built in Utah

Signature will be required when taking delivery of this product.

 

Rim Diameter: 622 mm

 

Wheel Features: Tubeless Ready 

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Nice Wheels if you can get the tires on them
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by Anonymous
NYC
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

The good.

These are nice wheels, I been using Zipp 202 for the past 2 years and the 3.4 are definitely faster.

The Bad

I understand Enve wants the wheels to be aero and low rolling resistance. But take an hour to change a flat than there is a problem with the design.

I can change tires on any wheels in 5 mins except for the ENVE 3.4. The rim is so deep that is almost impossible to install the tires on the fly. Good luck if you get a flat on the road and not near and bike shops.

Hope Enve gets it. Performance is not everything if you can quick changing flats while out ride.

Reviewed 5/17/2018
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Smooth and Fast
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by Anonymous
Chicago
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Pros these wheels are light and fast. I have about 150 miles on them so far and am enjoying increased average speed of 1-2mph. The wheels and 25mm tires at 110lbs give me a much more comfortable ride.

Cons while the brake padsrims are very effective (dry riding so far), they continue to make a lot of noise. It sounds like a missile tracer round when you put any real pressure on the pads. I had hoped with break in they would tone down but so far no such luck.

After considering going Carbon the last few years I am still happy making the switch with the overall performance improvenents these wheels provide.

Reviewed 4/19/2018
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