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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
For a bit of research, I wish to know how many people have/use Tiso products, and what their experiences are with their products.
If possible, please provide:
-Use(racing, training etc.)
-Experience with product
Also, do you have any requests of product's which should be improved, or made?
- Posts: 163
- Joined: Tue Oct 28, 2003 4:32 pm
- Location: Italia
I'am using these products:
Tiso K7 ULTRA Code number: 171
Cassette Sprockets in ALU7075T6 and Titanium Campagnolo10 speeds 12-25.
Claimed Weight: 99g
Real Weight: 121g
It isn't a good product ... Campagnolo cassette is better...
SCREWS: Good product
Crankset bolts Code number: 402
For chainrings bolts Cod. K 403
TURNE BURKLEY Good product
Ye Olde Balde One
- Posts: 495
- Joined: Sun Oct 19, 2003 4:26 pm
- Location: Santa Monica, CA
The cassettes, chainrings, some bolts and a rear derailleur.
The cassettes don't shift properly, the chainrings work well (but would be better with pickup pins), the bolts are okay (but they look like Pogipollini so how much did Tiso have to do with them?), the rear derailleur doesn't work as well as Record. I've also seen a cracked top race of a Tiso integrated headset, the guy was really just riding along when it happened!
I'd buy chainrings or bolts again, but I'd be wary of anything else from Tiso.
- Posts: 32
- Joined: Sat Mar 27, 2004 5:58 pm
Integrated Headset - No problems!