The Dura Ace 7900 Crankset is an aerodynamically designed cranksetThat combines new engineering features with remarkable weight saving, while still maintaining high rigidity for optimal powerTransfer.The most efficient crankset available.Thin-walled forged aluminum crank Hollow chainring Aluminum axle 20% more rigid against pedal load NewTeeth design for improved chain contact Published weight 673 grams BB sold separately BB288D00
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I've been wondering and searching for a while and since i've not come to a conclusion, here is my question:
I've got a custom cannondale bad boy weighing 6.8 kgrs. As you can understand i am a weight weenie guy. My drivetrain has:
1. Clavicula mtb dp (2X10), 44/32.
2. Sram red xg 1090 10 speed ca ... Read More »
So I want to get nice and durable cranks for my new build and I see they come without bottom bracket and cups.
I want to get enduro bearings from the start. I wonder if there is anything special with the dura ace series cranks, such as larger diameter axles or anything like that. these are the ones ... Read More »
My XT BB needs to be replaced and I have a DA7900 on hand. Looking at them both I can see little difference. Anyone see a problem with using this Road BB on a mtb? Are the spindles the same size on Shimano road cranks and mtb cranks? The cups thread right into the frame but I didnt want to force my ... Read More »
Well, has anybody tried this? I would like to use a braze on Dura Ace 7900 front derailleur with my XTR M980 shifters. Will this combination work?
I don't shift down to my little ring alot, but I certainly don't want to have any issues when I need to. Looks like a weight savings of ~60g to be ... Read More »
I also posted this question in the Specialized forum but no answers yet.
Has anyone attempted to mount a DA 7900 front derailleur to a Stumpjumper Carbon (29er)? I have seen this done on other frames just not a Specialized.
I am running the S-Works double crank and wanted to run a DA front ... Read More »