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Syntace F109 Stem

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $90.00


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One ofThe lightest stems you can buy for your mountain or road bike. Features lightweightTitanium boltsTo further shave grams. Standard 1 1/8"Threadless Oversize 31.8mm handlebar clamp claimed 109 grams


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Dambala a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: February 18, 2013

Strengths:    Very Stiff and light weight stem at a surprisingly reasonable price. It is available in a +/- 17 degree angle which I needed to get the bars low enough on my full sus 29er

Weaknesses:    None as I can tell.

Bottom Line:   
Syntace products continue to impress me with their function, cost and "clean" looks.

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Similar Products Used:   Ritchey WCS, Thomson.


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Syntace F109 stem

Bought this stem cause it got great reviews only to find out that the steerer clamp bolts bottom out before its tight. Very odd as I thought Syntace was a company that should have something like this under control.[IMG]http://img.tapatalk.com/d/12/10/02/ydyhupyj.jpg[/IMG] Sent from my Galaxy Nexus ... Read More »

SID brain 29 and syntace F109 weight ;)

fork weight is with the big O-ring and the stem is in s-works edition. think its weight is a littel more because of the black paint ;)Read More »

SID brain 29 and syntace F109 weight ;)

the fork weight is with the big O-ring ;)Read More »

Syntace stems: F119 vs F109

Looking for some advice here. Does anyone actually use F119's or is it just common knowledge that the F109 is superior, and that the shim the F119 uses, while claimed to be better for carbon steerer forks, just adds to weight and shouldn't be needed (if they made the clamp work on 1 1/8 to begin ... Read More »

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