Best BB30 Crank

Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.

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Keevy
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by Keevy

BOR crank :mrgreen:

DavidR1
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by DavidR1

S-Works is the best bang for the buck. Hollowgrams are to expensive.

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Erhar
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by Erhar

Clavicula dp.
Oops sorry, i hadn't seen that you don't want something too exotic.

Jens Westergren
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by Jens Westergren

Are there currently any adaptors or special BB to fit a Cannondale Hollowgram SL 2*10 to a standard 68 mm treaded? or a Pressfit 92?

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Mattias Hellöre
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by Mattias Hellöre

Jens Westergren wrote:Are there currently any adaptors or special BB to fit a Cannondale Hollowgram SL 2*10 to a standard 68 mm treaded? or a Pressfit 92?


Adaptors to BSA68 - yes! dr.cannondale.de does have complete kits.
PF92 , yes by me :) I´ve successfully made plastic (delrin) cups to accomodate BB30 bearings to PF92 shell (Scott Scale RC)
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cycleforlife
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by cycleforlife

just a question on why everyone loves the hollowgrams I have a set on new bike and like them, and building a new bike looking for cranks thanks JJ

DavidR1
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by DavidR1

cycleforlife wrote:just a question on why everyone loves the hollowgrams I have a set on new bike and like them, and building a new bike looking for cranks thanks JJ


Light and stiff. Best that is out there.

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by Zachariah

Hollowgram SiSL is superior to anything else out there. Stiff, light and worth every Euro or Dollar spent. My Road bike's Hollowgram Si upgrade was more significant than my Campagnolo wheelset purchase. Cannondale still sets the standard on State-of-the-art drivetrain technology.....10 years running!
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skiandbikecmh
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by skiandbikecmh

Regarding the Hollowgram crank, what parts are compatible between the road and mountain version. Obviously the spider is out, what about the bearing? spindle? Not sure about clearance issues with road length spindle on PF30 frame.
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N.T
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skiandbikecmh wrote:Regarding the Hollowgram crank, what parts are compatible between the road and mountain version. Obviously the spider is out, what about the bearing? spindle? Not sure about clearance issues with road length spindle on PF30 frame.

there are no mtb and road versions. The crank arms are all the same. Thee difference between mtb and road versions are spider and axle.
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skiandbikecmh
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by skiandbikecmh

I know that the arms are compatible, what about the spindle and bearings?
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N.T
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by N.T

Bearings are the same. Road spindle would be too narrow for mtb frame

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Anders
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The bar just got raised with the introduction of the Hollowgram SI SL2 :D

Interesting if there will be the same style of chain ring/spider offered for the mountainbike version.

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by boots2000

I have a brand new set of Hollowgram SISL MTb cranks in 172.5 that I am selling if that is of interest to anyone- PM me.
It will come with 64/104 spider but you can put an XX spider on if you want.

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