Superstar Components ISIS BB Bottom Bracket

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • 113mm: 230g
  • 118mm: 235g
  • 128mm: 245g

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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by tangobravo a Downhiller from nottingham

    Date Reviewed: August 1, 2009

    Strengths:    well it has lasted much longer than any other ISIS EVER. simple design sorts ISIS flaws

    Weaknesses:    bit heavy, only a bit

    Bottom Line:   
    a ISIS BB which lasts simples!

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    Duration Product Used:   2 Years

    Price Paid:    $40.00

    Similar Products Used:   raceface, fsa,truvativ

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    Isis BB's. Can they ever be awesome?

    Hoping someone in the group can share experience with this. I have an Isis BB with bearings that feel great. Problem is as soon as I fit cups and install there is a noticeable increase in friction. Is this drag from the cups and collar interface? Is it inherent to the design? Modifications tip ... Read More »

    Isis BB upgrade

    I've got an 07 Gary Fisher X-Caliber with an ISIS BB and Bontrager Select crankset. I got the used bike a few months ago and now, after a wet and muddy year, the BB is grinding and getting loose. I've searched my brains out for a decent replacement BB and as you all know, the Isis design in weak. ... Read More »

    Stripped ISIS BB bolt- pitch for tap?

    Just like it says. Anyone know the thread pitch on the 12 mm bolts that hold the crank arm on?Read More »

    Sinz ISIS cranks -- what BB axle length?

    After reading a few threads here, I bought a 135mm Sinz ISIS crank from eBay for my son's 20" bike. It currently has ~156mm cranks on it which are way too long, and I'm hoping the 135mm's are short enough. The current cranks have a ~47mm chainline. I need to buy a BB, but can't find anything on ... Read More »

    interest in Ti isis bb option

    I have been talking to a canadian company about producing a light weight 100mm ISIS bb in either Ti or light steel axle option. I figured out with a light set of cranks it could be lighter than the e13 option and spin more freely. Just trying to guage the interest people would have in that option to ... Read More »

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