Basically its a PF30 frame and whilst I've got the Campag Record cranks (that will require an adaptor due to them being Ultra Torque) I've also got some Hollowgram SL's off my old Caad.
Question is (and I admit this sounds a little silly) Is it wrong to use Hollowgrams on a non Cannondale bike fitted with Campag, it seems like mixing Shimano and Campag
Side note, I was pleased to see that Quarq doesn't have the ugly SRAM logo on their Hollowgram spiders anymore.
CBA = Chronic Bike Addiction
OCD = Obsessive Cycling Disorder
Stolichnaya wrote:The Cannondale cranks are so good that they transcend drivetrain etiquette.
Okay- Un popular opinion on weight weenies here.
Why are hollowgrams so good?
They are within 20-30g of a FSA SLK crankset (generally considered a "cheap" carbon crank)
They often have creaking issues due to to the spider/crank interface.
The spider lockrings sometimes, but very infrequently crack.
They require a small, but special tool to remove and have more parts involved then other cranks.
They are not some mega stiff end game crank in comparison to some of the big players cranks (Shimano, Sram, Campy)
So why is it that we all want these cranks so badly? (I know, I've lusted after and eventually bought a pair)
Is it because they are manufactured in a cool way?
Is it because they look cool?
Is it because they are fairly light?
I'm not sure why it is that I love hollowgrams, but I certainly don't joke myself into thinking they are better then almost any other high end crankset out there and they most certainly are worse then a few. (Think D/A 9000)
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