Kinekt Seatpost Length

byunbee

Well-Known Member
@pushkar, Since Kinekt comes in 350mm or 420mm length, I'm wondering which you are including in your bikes since they are the same price. If it's 350mm is there a reason why? I would think that 420mm would give people more options, but I'm not sure. Thanks in advance.
 

pushkar

Well-Known Member
We offer 350mm by default. We do 420 if people request for it.

On our geometry, you will need the longer bar if you are in-between sizes (like me- shorter torso, longer inseam).
 

byunbee

Well-Known Member
We offer 350mm by default. We do 420 if people request for it.

On our geometry, you will need the longer bar if you are in-between sizes (like me- shorter torso, longer inseam).
What if you have normal torso? Will using 420mm cause issues with adjustability?
 

pushkar

Well-Known Member
The 420mm version will stick out even if pushed fully down into the seat tube.
I would recommend having the 350mm seatpost for "normal torso" scenario.
 

pushkar

Well-Known Member
Would you give us the supported leg lengths of the two posts on the superbike?
Depends on the frame size and comfort. Here is abroad guidline

You need the larger seat post in the following scenarios

1. If you ride size small frame and have in-seam over 31 inches
2. If you ride size medium frame and have , inseam over 33 inches
3. If you ride size large frame and have , inseam over 35 inches
4. If you ride size XL frame and have , inseam over 37 inches