FSA-SRM 2009

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520 Dan
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by 520 Dan

AFAIK that is correct. No more wired versions.

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wrestlr wrote:Also will it be wired or wireless for this price?

Looking at the gallery linked to by Rasmus, the spider of the SRM Gossamer crankset has this logo, just like the SRM K-Force Light:
Wireless (((•)))
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by ms6073

Bringing this back to the top - anyone know when the new systems from the Eurobike Galleries will start to be available? I am going to have to spring for a new SRM when I upgrade to the 09' Giant TCR Advanced SL ISP and was curious to know when consumers can expect availability of the new FSA K-Force from SRM?
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by ryan_sherlock

Just as an FYI -

I just got my new Wireless SRM Professional (53,39 Durace Rings) and it is: 835g
Durace Octalink Bottom Bracket: 175g
Total Weight: 1010grams

Are there lighter Octalink BBs out there or is it just Shimano?

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