bill here from Serotta.
I could no longer comment on a close thread but there was the following question: "I did not look at the spec. on the Serotta tubing just yet. It is common practice to not put holes into some Ti tubing in specific locations. They may have a very legit reason for this. Blink. Let's hear from the big boss is that is the case?"
So, I think the question is in a recent Ben blog why did he say we do not put holes in our Ti SG and SE frames for internal routing of Di2 cables. I spent time with Ben thinking that I could learn enough to offer up a reasonably intelligent response to the forum. Ben's explanation was way above my pay grade and so I will demur to him.
I have asked him to put this on his list of topics he will address through his blog. I am sorry I was not able to do so myself but I think, after listening to him for a long time, you will much rather want to hear from him and not me.
ride hard, be well, have fun.
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