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SpecializedS-Works Tarmac Stem

$125.00

Item # SCQ00I6

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  • Black, 110mm, 6 Degree ($125.00)
  • Black, 120mm, 6 Degree ($125.00)
  • Black, 130mm, 12 Degree ($125.00)
  • Black, 80mm, 6 Degree ($125.00)
  • Black, 90mm, 6 Degree ($125.00)
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Item # SCQ00I6
Description

S-Works Tarmac Stem

From updating components to building a new ride, the S-Works Tarmac SL7 Stem adds lightweight strength and confidence to your cockpit. Made from ride-ready 6000-series aluminum, this stem features effortless balance thanks to a four-bolt clamp that disperses pressure across a wider area to reduce stress on your bar. Available in two rise options, pick up the Tarmac SL7 Stem to take your ride to the next level.

  • A versatile stem featuring an optional face-plate computer mount
  • Lightweight design with integrated cable routing for SL7 models
  • Six and twelve-degree rise positions for precision handling
  • Compatible with other road bikes using a 1-1/8in steerer tube

Tech Specs
Material6061 aluminum
Length70mm, 80mm, 90mm, 100mm, 110mm, 120mm, 130mm, 140mm
Rise6° , 12°
Clamp Diameter31.8mm
Activitybiking
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

Black, 110mm, 6 Degree
n/a
n/a
Black, 120mm, 6 Degree
167g
5.89oz
Black, 130mm, 12 Degree
175g
6.17oz
Black, 80mm, 6 Degree
143g
5.04oz
Black, 90mm, 6 Degree
n/a
n/a

Claimed Weight

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[100mm] 5.5oz
155g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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The 130mm SL7 stem is it just 12 degree or 6&12 like the 120mm? Thanks

Hi, We do carry this stem in the 130 mm length with 6 degrees of rise, but we currently do not have it in stock.

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Which stem angle creates a lower handlebar height?

Hi Rodger, set at the 12degree rise would have the handlebar the lowest.