|Look HSC-1 fork threadless?||namir in SoCal|
May 23, 2002 1:47 AM
|Does anyone have the Look HSC-1 fork? Is it threadless? If I'm on a budget and want to upgrade the fork on my bike, is this an okay fork to go with? parker international has them at an absolute steal.|
|re: Look HSC-1 fork threadless?||Carbon fiber fanatik|
May 23, 2002 2:01 AM
|Yup, got one of those. Its a 1" threadless model and it is more than worth the paltry $175 bucks I paid for it. It tracks great, stable and can take a pounding. Grab one before they are all gone!
Keep on keepin on...
|Good fork but.......||JS|
May 23, 2002 9:29 AM
|I have one and I weigh 150lbs and I like the fork but it is a little flexy. If you weigh more than 180 and ride agressively I would look into something a little more robust.|
|what about this?||namir in SoCal|
May 23, 2002 11:20 AM
|what about the look hsc-2? or the look hsc? would these hold up a little better?|
|what about this?||sticky|
May 24, 2002 6:45 AM
|HSC3 is much stiffer than HSC 1 and in my opinion is a better fork. Go with the HSC3 you won't regret it.|
|what about this?||S-U-B|
May 24, 2002 12:02 PM
|I'm 170# and have the new HSC 4 fork on my KG381, dont notice any flex at all to this point, the 4 has a carbon steerer, does the 1 have a carbon steerer as well?|
|what about this?||Clue|
May 27, 2002 7:37 PM
|I'm looking at the 381i...curious what i get over the 381? Does the 1 1/8 head tube make a big impact and are you finding the front not "beefy" enough? also wondering if you looked at the 386?