Specialized S-Works FACT SL crankset

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
teufelhunden222
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by teufelhunden222

I uploaded pictures and weights about a week ago
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by Weenie


teufelhunden222
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by teufelhunden222

Just did my first ride on the 2013 crank. OMG Stiff. Like I am 250 and all of my weight on one leg didnt even move it. I love this crank. It makes the bike feel like a totally diferent bike. I highly reccommend them.
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Ottoturbo
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by Ottoturbo

The size of the holes on the carbon spider is 8mm and expensive Specialized chainring bolts are needed. Anyone tried Campagnolo bolts? These also have 8mm holes on the spider. http://www.cambriabike.com/images/produ ... P23295.JPG

Auspower
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by Auspower

OK to prove Tropicalstorm's experience was no accident I had the same issue today.

Got out of the saddle, went for the power and next thing I know the crank has completely cracked - fortunately only grazed knees but could have been a lot worse.

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