Power2Max - installing on a bb30 bike

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martinlind
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by martinlind

Hallo guys,

I have a power2max rotor 3D (this one) - http://www.power2max.de/shop_details.php?artikelid=3" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I would like to install it on my De Rosa King RS with BB30 box.. (the rotor is for BB24)

My question is now, can I use this adaptor to do this :?: http://www.burls.co.uk/shop/kcnc-bb30-a ... p-503.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Or du you have a better way to do it? Please let me know :) :smartass:
Martin Lind, Denmark
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denzity
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by denzity

Yeah that should work. Installing the Rotors (whether power2max or not) would just be like installing non-BB30 cranks in to a BB30 bottom bracket. If you don't like the adapter you could always get the stiffer, more expensive 3D+ BB30 cranks.

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daj
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by daj

Any BB30 to Shimano-compatible 24mm convert should work, including the KCNC one you are referring to.

dierix
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by dierix

yes, i've done the same thing so no worries there

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by Tillquist

Hi Martin

There are several options yet ... a FSA BB30 Threaded Adapter 68mm or FSA ROAD M3 ADAPTER

Or some adapter as those here which is pressed into the bearings BB30
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