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Chorus vs. Record crankset(6 posts)

Chorus vs. Record cranksetBenR
Aug 14, 2002 3:53 PM
Is there a noticable difference in stiffness between the Record (alloy, not carbon) and Chorus cranksets? I'm 170lbs, strong time trialist but not a sprinter. The weight loss and cool looks alone isn't worth the price difference in my opinion (just like a lot of other record parts).

I'm half-seriously considering an upgrade from my Chorus crank - should I go for the Record or save my money? Anyone know of a good price or want to work out some kind of deal/trade? I'm looking for 172.5mm 10 speed. Thanks for any comments.
In your caseKerry
Aug 14, 2002 4:57 PM
Where you're not focused on sprinting but rather doing TTs (smooth power output) you likely would not notice the difference.
re: Chorus vs. Record cranksetstoutga
Aug 14, 2002 6:03 PM
Ben, I have 172.5 cranks (no chainrings) I would sell if your interested. E-mail me.

stoutga@yahoo.com
maybe but not muchColnagoFE
Aug 15, 2002 6:35 AM
I weigh 195 and the Chorus seems plenty stiff for me.
re: Chorus vs. Record cranksetJohnG
Aug 15, 2002 7:29 AM
check with Scott Mosko at velodepot@hotmail.com for a good price on Campy cranks.

I think the price difference is only around $50. Way worth it.

JohnG
Thanks for the Advice!BenR
Aug 15, 2002 3:57 PM