Cannondale Super Six Evo 2013 - Which BB to use with DA ?

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goodboyr
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by goodboyr

One more thing. On the Evo frame I worked on, it came with cannondale press in low profile cups used for the SRM powermeter. No bearings, just the cups pressed into the frame. You have to remove those if they are there, before installing the praxis conversion bb


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by biotin

goodboyr wrote:One more thing. On the Evo frame I worked on, it came with cannondale press in low profile cups used for the SRM powermeter. No bearings, just the cups pressed into the frame. You have to remove those if they are there, before installing the praxis conversion bb


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Thanks a lot . Have you check the praxis BB weight?

No weight mentioned for praxis
http://fairwheelbikes.com/praxis-conver ... -5182.html

KCNC
http://fairwheelbikes.com/kcnc-bb30-roa ... -2926.html
118 grams
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goodboyr
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by goodboyr

Nope.

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by velodude1

I have a super six evo with Dura-Ace 9000 cranks that I installed a praxis BB on and it has been flawless. After 4,000 miles it has never creaked and it spins better than any BB I've ever used. It's like a Chris King headset, you just install it and forget about it.

headwind816
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by headwind816

Art's Cyclery states actual weight of the Praxis Works conversion BB is 142 grams.

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