FSA K-Force MegaEXO Carbon Crankset

FSA K-Force MegaEXO Carbon Crankset 

DESCRIPTION

The FSA K-Force crankset has an integrated bottom bracket. A lightweight, rigid, high powered crankset for any high end road bike. Looks great, runs better.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jun 10, 2014]
shanebikes

Strength:

It's a light-weight crank.

Weakness:

FSA does not stand behind their products as most manufacturers do. Their manufacture warranty on components has a two-year limit. When my pedal housing began to wiggle loose from the crank-arm, FSA said it was general wear and tear and that carbon components simply wear out more easily. For a $600 crank, I expected more support for what seemed to me to be a manufacturer's defect. I was offered a 30% discount to buy their product again. Feh.

I recommend staying away from FSA products based on my experience. I would recommend Shimano parts, which don't disolve and offer better value.

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RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Jan 09, 2013]
n2b8tor

Strength:

Stiff, and light.

Weakness:

None, except I wouldn't pay MSRP, this is expensive

Nice stiff and light cranks, I ride XC and this has been perfect. shifts great with XTR derailler.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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