David Millar’s Felt DA & Felt DA Di2 Battery Placement

Felt DA, photo from Cycling News

I really like the angles and the general shape of this frame, a lot more than some of the other TT frames that I’ve seen. Felt has got an interesting battery placement for the Di2 version of this TT rig. The battery is located on the seat-tube, under the seat. While it looks very clean, I doubt that it’s very efficient. The weight of the battery is best placed as low as possible.

Note the Di2 battery placement, photo by Biky

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