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Jan 17, 2002 12:10 PM
has anyone ridden the profile ac fork or the easton ec90? i am looking for a new carbon fork and i'm just looking for feedback.
If your in the 300+ price range try...Geof
Jan 17, 2002 2:56 PM
The Look HSC3 full carbon. I just got one for christmas and was finally able to get it on the road and off the rollers, and I was amazed at the difference from my Profile BRC with carbon steerer and also my old Kinesis Wedge. I know niether of these latter forks are much to compair to, so now I guess I'm playing with he big boys and could not be happier. BTW I weigh in at 195 and had NO PROBLEM with flexiness of this fork. Absolutly solid and super turning response. Also the increased damping of the full carbon
was noticable as well. Great fork...
Love my Look HSC3Wagnerite
Jan 17, 2002 3:54 PM
I got the HSC 3 with a KG281 order. absolutely silky smooth. no flex problems (i'm 200 lb) whatsoever.
If your in the 300+ price range try...Charlie - Empire Cycle Craft
Jan 17, 2002 6:52 PM
I always recommend the AME forks, also called Alpha Q. The are a great lightweight stiff fork.

Charlie Weisel
hey WagneriteSub
Jan 17, 2002 10:16 PM
where did u get your 281 and how do u like it? how much?


hey WagneriteWagnerite
Jan 18, 2002 8:45 PM
got my KG281 from

for around $1100 i think. was very reasonable. however, there was some problem with the credit card and took a while. after 4 phone call to north ireland later, everything was straighten out. Then the frame was shipped... actually on September 10 and arrived in Kenndy airport on sept 11. so naturally another delay...

very satisfied with the frame tho.
I should mention, for 1100 bucks, i got:
deda newton stem
deda newton bar
re: forkSharky
Jan 18, 2002 5:06 AM
I have Look HSC3 and AME AlphaQ, the Look is good but the AME is much better. In my limited experience with about 7 forks, with the wimpy ones you can easily squeeze the ends between thumb and fingers. The AME hardly moves at all and gives a confident ride