@ Calnago What headset did it come with acros?as my 2014 came with the the other headset.
And yes that looks like a c60 fork I don't think my 2014 fork is like that I will have a look
Markyboy, sorry, I missed your question. No, this frame did not come with the Acros headset either. And that's fine with me, as I don't like that system as much. The tiny allen screw used to "wedge" the two pieces between the stem and the headset just seems like it would be too easy to come loose with all the jarring etc that the front end takes. When installing these systems, I just leave the screw doing nothing, so that the two pieces are on top of each other with no gap, and take the slack out of the system from above the stem then use the stem bolts to hold everything in place. Effectively making it work like the previous system. If it's loose enough to start with that when turning the bolt on the Acros system a gap is created between the two wedge surfaces, it just means a dust and dirt trap is created; don't like that. Perhaps they saved a couple grams with this system, but I don't like it.
However, the headset it did come with, was of the older type... same expander plug etc., but... it was metal (not carbon) and was a single solid tallish (16mm) headset cover. I haven't seen this one before. The type I'm used to has two covers, a short one, and a tall one, so you have a choice of two heights... the 7mm shorter one or, simply by putting the taller cap over top, the 16mm. Not sure why they did that, I guess it's a bit cheaper or they just had that one handy when they were packing the bits, etc. Don't know.
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