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So......to make sure I am understanding this,
The 8.08m they have listed would be like a radial sidecut over the middle half (give or take) of the effective edge, and instead of using a single larger radius to blend between that and the tips (like Ride/Arbor) Rome uses a "transition zone" that is a constantly variable sidecut (like hyperbolic or quadradic or some mathmatic shit).
I just wanted to make sure that it wouldn't get into the turn too fast and feel really "hooky".