Pazzaz Carbon Fiber Seatpost Seatpost

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $45.00


Product Description

Lighten the load with a carbon seatpost from Pizzaz. Thanks to a carbon shaft and aluminum head, this seatpost weighs in at just 220 grams.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by kien a Cross Country Rider from calgary, alberta, canada

Date Reviewed: March 23, 2004

Strengths:    strong, light

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
yay, i'm the first one to review this fine product that I snagged off of jensonusa.com for a steal of a deal. This seatpost is light, strong and does an awsome job at dampning my aluminum hardtail. I would cry if I lost this post cuz I doubt I'd find it on sale anywhere again.

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Favorite Trail:   powerderface

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $35.00

Purchased At:   jensonusa.com

Similar Products Used:   none

Bike Setup:   Giant XTC frame, raceface cockpit, XT drive train

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Carbon fiber compound for seatpost,is it always ok ?

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stuck carbon fiber seatpost

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Carbon Fiber Seatpost Question

Okay, this may very well be the DUMBEST question ever on MTBR. But can you cut a Carbon Fiber Seatpost? I am assuming you can't. But has anyone done it? Bad things happen? Just want to know cause I might toss a carbon fiber seatpost on my new DH rig to drop some weight.Read More »

EPIC and carbon fiber seatpost

Anybody in MTBR.com land have any stories to share wrt positives/negatives of a carbon fiber seatpost with an Aluminum EPIC? I was thinking of converting to a carbon fiber seat post and TI rail saddle to take the edge off given the EPIC is a bit harsh at times. I have heard horror stories of carbo ... Read More »

Sturdiness of cheap seatpost and carbon fiber handlebar

As I mentioned in another thread, I lost my GF's bike off the back of my car going 65 mph. I ended up needing to replace both wheels, seat, handlebar, grips, and stem. Luckily this was a bike I made from spare parts, and I had another wheelset and handlebar. I am mentioning this incident becaus ... Read More »

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