Is the EE Crank a finally a reality

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
RichTheRoadie
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by RichTheRoadie

Back to the important stuff... how do they look??! Did they end up being as per the sets that often appear on Fairwheel bikes?:

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OwenN
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by OwenN

Information from BikeRumor

http://www.bikerumor.com/2012/12/18/pac ... s-to-life/

Any word on if the spider is removable/compatible with SRAM Quarq?

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djconnel
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by djconnel

That would be in Quarq's court: I wouldn't expect anything soon. Spiders need to be calibrated every new crank they go in.

bontyboy
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by bontyboy

Wow, Kirk Pacenti :beerchug:
He used to be master welder at Keith Bontragers shop, wasn´t he?

RichTheRoadie
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by RichTheRoadie

Pacenti have put the EE crank on hold now.

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by shoemakerpom2010

BikeTart wrote:Back to the important stuff... how do they look??! Did they end up being as per the sets that often appear on Fairwheel bikes?:

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That is a beautiful bike! :thumbup:

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