Product DescriptionFSA's Afterburner is a tough, lightweight seatpost that works great on road and mountain bikes. Its 1-piece 3D-forged aluminum construction makes it...
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Hey guys, I'm looking into the prospect of replacing the cheapo 3x9 drivetrain on my hardtail (intended for mixed commuting/trail/bikepacking) with a 2x10 drivetrain and I'd like to keep a big ring and a relatively small ring to keep the range nice and wide. Recently I've been looking into FSA's cr ... Read More »
Anyone use an REI Afterburner on singletrack? The warning sticker says "For On Road Use Only". :p I'm going to change the slick tire for a knobby. Only issue I see is the low bottom bracket. It's a new loop for me but it's described as beginner friendly so I think the trail won't be too technic ... Read More »
Hello, I have a question regarding the older version [URL="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B2A11MS/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00B2A11MS&linkCode=as2&tag=ygkpjc-20"]FSA 39/27T compact crankset[/URL]. I bought one off eBay to put on my bike, but just realized it ... Read More »
I am running 2x9 with FSA afterburner cranks. The drive side of the crank is open, you can see through to the preload screw on the non-drive side. I replaced a chainring a few months ago but for the life of me can't remember if i took out a plug or something. There are no threads on the inside so i ... Read More »
I'm in need of a new crankset since I stripped the drive side peddle threads on my old Shimano M590s. I found a set of FSA Afterburner BB30 cranks on sale at PerformanceBike for $129 in polished silver and they look great! I would be using them on a 2011 Giant Anthem X frame that I just put together ... Read More »