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FSA Carbon Pro cranks, any opinions?......(7 posts)

FSA Carbon Pro cranks, any opinions?......crack-n-fail
Oct 13, 2001 6:10 PM
other than slightly increased Q factor, anything I should be aware of, comparing them to Ultegra or Dura Ace?.
re: FSA Carbon Pro cranks, any opinions?......NoName
Oct 18, 2001 10:43 AM
They will be better overall from the ones you have right now. They are the best cranks you can get. Trust me!
Huh?grzy
Oct 18, 2001 11:41 AM
So what BB attachement method do they use? Are we talking square tapers (which enlarge over time) and the old style BB?
Huh?shnooksf1
Oct 18, 2001 4:09 PM
The ones I have use a shimano spline. I'm using a dura ace bottom bracket. I personaly think the f.s.a. cranks are great and they look good to. Never had any problem with them.
Huh?grzy
Oct 18, 2001 5:45 PM
Did you have a problem with a Shimano unit or was it just the looks?
Huh?shnooksf1
Oct 18, 2001 9:18 PM
No.. I didin't have a problem with the shimano unit . I bought the f.s.a cranks because they were a bit lighter and I was looking for a set of carbon cranks. They seemed to be better than zipp or profile ,also they were the best priced .
I've had the cranks for over a year and at the time I bought them direct from f.s.a.,at that time they were selling the road cranks direct,and at a cheaper price than some stores that were selling them .
since then I don't know if they still sell the road cranks direct or if the price has gone up(I bought them at a intro price). But they were worth every penny.
re: FSA Carbon Pro cranks, any opinions?......mikeu
Oct 19, 2001 8:35 AM
I saw a message a while back at VeloNews that sounded like it was from someone at FSA, that they will be releasing a new road crank that has a carbon fiber spider and has the ISIS spline pattern.