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FSA K-Force Light Crankset

by FSA

Price: $317.75 - $707.29 & FREE Shipping. Details
  • Hollow carbon arms with UD weave
  • AL7075 chainrings are compatible with SRAM, Shimano and Campagnolo 10-speed drivetrains, including Dura Ace 7900
  • Low speed extruded AL7050 BB30 spindle
  • Ceramic BB30 bearings
  • 553g

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Product Description

The race ready K-Force Light features hollow Monocoque composite crank arms mated to an oversized extruded AL7050 spindle.FSA maker of high and components for the bicycle industry always innovating and coming up with new standards and trends. 2011 was a year filled with success and innovation for TH Industries and Full Speed Ahead (FSA). We aimed high, and achieved excellent results. Now we are ready to challenge again in 2012. We move forward with a determined spirit of competition, and a desire to deliver the best possible components to our customers.

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  • ASIN: B0081TVQXW
  • Item model number: CR5497-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,110,775 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By planetmike on October 8, 2013
I purchased the megaexo version from another vendor. As frames change, 24mm spindle bottom brackets are becoming harder to find, especially in high end versions like this carbon fiber crankset. Indeed, the crank itself is a beautiful piece of carbon fiber to behold. In one's hand, one can easily discern the weight difference between this crank and the Shimano Ultegra crank it replaces.

However, one weakness in the design is the way the free crank arm (non-spider) attaches to the spindle. It comes with a self-releasing screw/bolt which is used to tighten as well. The compression (where the arm fits against the bearing) relies upon a spring washer. Depending on the health of this spring washer, binding of the bearing or distortion of the inner bearing race could occur if the screw is too tight or if it is too loose the crank arm could also come loose.

The two screw compression system found on Shimano cranks is a better design. It is much more secure and does not rely on the compression of the lateral forces (along the spindle) between the crank arms to secure them.
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