2004 E5 Headset

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King Weel
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by King Weel

I am looking for a headset for my Specialized 2004 E5 frame; what are good, solid and lightweight (I am used to Cris King on my M5... :wink: ) options, which will be compatible with this frame and my Easton 2005 EC90 SL fork?
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King Weel
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Anybody? It should be a FSA, but I can not be more precise. My LBS could not help me either... Any help would be appreciated! Regards
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jozuph
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by jozuph

why should it be fsa ? Whats so special about a Specialized 2004 E5 frame and a Easton 2005 EC90 SL fork thats its so hard to find a headset ?? you can just use any intergrated headset, check fsa's website, for instance the fsa orbit would be fine

King Weel
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by King Weel

Specialized uses a FSA headset, that 's just pretty much it. I was not very sure if any integrated headset would be fine, my LBS could not help me either, but thanks anyway!

Btw, can you read my mind?? I am looking for a 2004 E5 and a 2005 EC 90SL... Do not tell me you see dead people as well! :wink:
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