With its 25 mm wide, high-strength aluminium rim and solid wheel construction the E 1900 SPLINE is the ideal wheel for endruo riders looking for the very best levels of traction. Lightweight hubs and weight-saving details such as spherical DT Squorx aluminium nipples - which align perfectly in the direction of force - allow the rider to easily crank up to the stage start.Boost
Boost compatible hubs have an increased flange distance. This brings important advantages: Thanks to the flatter spoke angle and the improved symmetry, considerably stiffer wheels can be built. This is helpful everywhere, but is particularly advantageous for large wheels in demanding applications.
The elaborately machined hub body, the cleverly placed spokes and the proven freewheel technology of the new DT Swiss SPLINE wheel line have a single goal: to meet the high requirements of today's cyclists. These are components like the SPLINE wheels, which make it possible to go further and faster and thus further increase the pleasure of cycling. Thanks to the many well thought-out details and the legendary DT Swiss reliability, with SPLINE wheels you experience pure riding fun.
Straightpull stands for straight, uncranked spokes. Thanks to this technology it is possible to achieve an ideal ratio between weight and stability. The Straightpull spokes allow very precise alignment and optimised positioning in the wheels for a stiffer and more responsive wheels.
DT pro lock Technology
The screw locking system injected into the nipple allows the construction of extremely durable wheels. DT pro lock nipples prevent the spoke-nipple connection from loosening automatically. The integrated, patented screw locking system in the nipple thread is based on a two-component adhesive. As soon as the nipples are screwed in, an adhesive is activated which hardens completely at room temperature after approx. 6 - 7 hours. If necessary, the wheels can be used immediately after installation. Multiple re-centering is possible without any problems. However, the adhesive strength decreases slightly with each re-centering.