Best upgrade you can get if you own an "old" bike and want to improve handling on descents. I went from 67 to 65 degrees HA and I definitely feel the difference. Also changed fork from a 140mm to a 160 so bottom bracket height is about the same. All in all it's a no-brainer.
Ich hab jetzt schon das fünfte Paar Nano X gekauft.Drei mal das Vorgängermodell und jetzt
zwei mal das neue und ich muss sagen das sie hier bei uns in Deutschland das absolut beste
Preis-Leistungsverhältnis haben.Ich kann sie nur weiterempfehlen
I've run these for a week now and they're light weight, stiff and really smooth rolling. There's a really nice 'thrum' as you ride along and finally they're silver which matches my bike. Very happy for the money.
...and this weekend was the first time I've had to look at it.
Stripped it down to replace bearings, nice easy job!
Superstar customer service were great reminding me which type of bearings I needed, and they arrived in a couple of days...
Cracking stuff again from Superstar... keep it coming!
Well made, nice colours - opens a beer bottle what more can I say? oh and it covers that ugly empty mount too - essential kit for a fat bike. Would say though, the supplied bolt would be better if it was countersunk headed? mount cover is counter sunk, bolt isn't - will change it myself but all the same...
I've been using one of these posts on my cyclocross bike for just under a year and a half. Great value and performance, but I've found that the paint/decals chip off super easily so it's looking pretty tired now. It's significantly less durable than an anodised finish, but otherwise I can't fault it.
Shop installed as needed bike for a weekend away, no problems but check your steerer length. Quality is really good on first look - bearings, machining etc. Fitted to a Genesis High Latitude with a longer fork and what a difference! So much more playful downhill, you can really push the front end in corners. No down sides on climbs or flat either. Got mine with discount, easily best vfm upgrade