I links with liner came to 11g AiCAN section came to 6g
I'll do some comparisons when I get a chance..
I think the minis are marginly lighter..
But there is a good saving over the std I links
that makes it cost effective in the long run..
more importantly the built in liners have the same id for both shift and brake housings.. meaning the shift housing is VERY low friction.
the difference in shifting is so good it makes you do these ones
worth the cost for the improved shifting alone.
Mini I link for instance, doesn't work well when taken out of the box. Alloy segments compress themselves under the levers/cable stress for a quite long time until they reach the point they don't do that anymore.
How about Aican in that respect?
Apart the weight, they look very clean and tidy.
sugarkane wrote:pfft this is weight weenies not penny weenies... and i totally reckon this system has an outa the box life span of 4-5 times standard cables/housing systems that makes it cost effective in the long run..
One of the reasons why I've invested in it, oh and it saves weight
I'll sort photos when I can
I'm sure with some more info and maybe a picture or two we can nut this one out for you..
It's as easy to fit as std cables and if you can fit std campag cables you can totally fit the Aicans..
The shifter and brake housings are identical so you should have plenty to work with
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