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 Post subject: Crank Spin
PostPosted: Tue May 20, 2008 11:06 pm 
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What is normal for a crank to spin
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if he had heavier pedals on, it would spin longer.

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Wow! I need a new BB and crank!


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:shock: My ceramic Claviculas dont spin like that :?


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My new SI SL crank almost does. No one commenting on the horror of a Coda Magic crank on a specialized ?


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Must be those pedals. :lol: I wonder if he is using a sealed or loose ball bearing bb.


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Some video's from youtube. Keep them spinning!
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bearing test shimano

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The bearings are standard bearings I bought on ebay, sealed, I think I paid 17.00 for 8, I"ve been using these cranks for 10 years and have learned to get them just right :D

and the horror, I paid 135.00 for the cranks. stiff, easy to service and relatively light

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Hyde wrote:
Must be those pedals. :lol: I wonder if he is using a sealed or loose ball bearing bb.


Those pedals are really aerodynamic :lol:

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mxfox wrote:
The bearings are standard bearings I bought on ebay, sealed, I think I paid 17.00 for 8, I"ve been using these cranks for 10 years and have learned to get them just right :D

and the horror, I paid 135.00 for the cranks. stiff, easy to service and relatively light
Can't ask for more than that!


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My crank spins a lot like that. FSA Superlite w/Dura-Ace 7700 series BB and Speedplay pedals. It may be a little 'free' for my liking though. My BB is adjustable so I may need to go a tad tighter next time I service it.

Some may debate whether or not an unloaded crank spinning like that translates to better efficiency when loaded (ie with chain on and going down the road).

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drjones96 wrote:

Some may debate whether or not an unloaded crank spinning like that translates to better efficiency when loaded (ie with chain on and going down the road).


it probably doesn't, hence the integrated bb revolution.

you won't spin such crank that way, but they show nice advantage under load. i was able to spin fsa/isis cranks easily like those 'watchamacallits' - but they felt much 'tougher' to spin at ~35/40+ kmh


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