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Funn Serial Thrilla Stem

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

- 110mm extension mated with a 10 degree rise - combining the traits of an XC stem and a DH stubby.
- Complex 3D-Forged construction for maximum strength without any compromise in weight.
- Slanted bar clamp reduces stress on the handlebar and allows better force distribution
- Enhanced detailing - raised logo plate, Concave Dish (CDF) stem cap to further compliment the curves.
- Designed specifically for use with XC riser bars.
- Stem clamp width coincides with the center mark laser detailing on our Speed Freak trail bar.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Stuart Noton a Weekend Warrior from Redhill, UK

Date Reviewed: July 21, 2002

Strengths:    Looks SUPERB! Matches Easton EA70 (grey) bars a treat;light.

Weaknesses:    Might be a bugger to clean if it got very muddy (how deep in a puddle are u really likely to go!?); front loading hex-bolts look a little exposed (picky, I know)

Bottom Line:   
How much science goes into a bar-stem?

It's light, looks lovely, matches my EA70s really well, it feels right in terms of my riding position.

Not that expensive, (£34.95) compared to others.

If you'd like to ride a bike with bits that look a little unusual but are still functional etc, try this!

Besides, it must be cool as its named after a 'Prodigy' track!

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Favorite Trail:   North Down Way

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $50.00

Purchased At:   Wiggle

Similar Products Used:   no-name crappy chrome stems...

Bike Setup:   ali grey-import frame, XTR brakes & gears, Easton, Mavic 517s, DUKE-SL forks.

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