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Berk, I'd be curious to see what one of those carbon halfpipes would weigh, I have one here that weighs in at 10.7 grams. How much are the aluminium one's you made? I think aluminium is the better material for these things.
... wrote:The aluminium halfpipes are quite heavy (but undestroyable), 24g for 30mm diameter.
For 22mm diameter it would be around 18g ( approximation)
If I would make a carbon one, with my specific technic, the weight would be (statistic calculated) around 7.8g for 30mm diameter, with 5mm thickness. That means around 6.3g for 22mm diameter with 5mm tickness.
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