Chris King Perdido Older Headsets

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

Perdido™ is not just a headset, it is also a Standard that is free for everyone to use and refer to. King designed this new standard to make a strong headset/headtube that is easy for shops and manufacturers to work with. Reaming and facing tools are available directly from us. Frames designed to work with the "Zero-Stack" or ZS system can be converted to Perdido™ using our tools.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jean "PsyloRace" a Weekend Warrior from Arnhem. The Netherlands

Date Reviewed: February 9, 2003

Strengths:    Finaly a proper solution for integrated headsets??!!

Weaknesses:    Needs some precision machinenin' to the headtube

Bottom Line:   
Does anyone have any experience with this headset? I would realy like to hear from you! I don't want to give up my frame, cuz it's a great piece of work but the headset is givin' me a headace, bigtime (damn that ritchey headset!)
I wonder what the mayor problems are installing a Perdido set, because the machining that is probably needed.
(and for Dutch readers: where can I buy one, bike2build doesn't even sell 'em)

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Favorite Trail:   Posbank

Duration Product Used:   Tested or demo'ed only

Purchased At:   not yet

Similar Products Used:   none that can compete... probably

Bike Setup:   Nishiki Accelarator, 2002 PsyloRace, WH-M575, Grimeca Sis8, Formula B4, RaceFace, Full XTR, Wildgripper Comp S Light, woodman carbon components and a very lousy Ritchey Int. headset!
(a bike full of contradictions, I know, but it flies!)

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