Not Thrilled

Reviewed by Daniel from NYC on Friday, July 16, 2010
I installed this on a Titus Titanium road fame in place of campy record 10 speed (aluminum) cranks.

- Shifts as good as the Campy Crankset
- Light weight
- Looks great

- Chronic loosening of crank arm
- If tightened enough to avoid loosening, the crank will not spin freely.

Conclusion - I can't recommend these cranks as when they are tightened enough to avoid having the left crank arm loosen on every ride the crank will not spin freely (tons of extra friction). Also, the installation system is pretty backwards, requiring ridiculous amounts of torque and lots of Loctite.
  • Best Uses: Road Bikes
  • Cons: Tough to Install
  • Describe Yourself: Avid Cyclist
  • Pros: Lightweight
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