FSA FR-200 Zero Offset Seatpost

FR-200 Zero Offset

-Zero set-back for maximum strength-to-weight
-Freeride strong but road / XC light
-1-piece mast and head is super-durable
-3-D Forged + CNC machined AL2014
-Quadruple-butted shaft
-DATA™ (Dual Adjust Tilt Angle) security system
-M5 chromoly and stainless steel hardware
-L350, 420mm x Ø26.8, 27.2, 29.4, 30.9, 31.6mm
-215~235 grams

User Reviews (3)

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kylemurderface   Weekend Warrior [Jul 28, 2010]
Strength:

looks nice

Weakness:

terrible design, extremely hard to fine tune the saddle, especially with multitools (can only turn front bolt 3/4 turn at a time causing me to scuff off the black) as the bolts work dependently on eachother and if you think you had it tuned alright and need a slight adjustment you have to loosen the two difficult to turn bolts
terrible product

difficult to adjust, im mad enough to write a review...srsly...buy other posts

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kentgbr   Weekend Warrior [Jan 02, 2009]
Strength:

Light weight, good clamp design, no creaking, looks good, low price.

Weakness:

Painted finish not as good as anodized but expected at this price. FSA now uses anodizing for the FR-200.

I wanted a strong, lightweight, but inexpensive seatpost in keeping with the lower cost nature of this bike. This product (31.6mm) fits the bill perfectly. It may not have the bling-factor of a pricier post but it performs flawlessly and is a great value.

Similar Products Used: Thomson Elite, Kore I-Beam.
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5
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Jose Quiñonez   [May 29, 2006]
Strength:

Light, Strong and safe for the price.

Weakness:

I Haven't found one yet.

FSA has come with good quality products at a great price.

Similar Products Used: Thompson
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5
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