The Stans Mk3 Electro Premium build wheel range offers market leading weight and durability, constructed with the highest quality components on the planet. Built with Sapim CX-Ray black forged bladed spokes and black alloy nipples for ultimate performance. Using Black Electro 102T hubs and Stans new Mk3 rim range this is a great value range of high volume tyre wheelsets, just choose the rim model to suit your riding style.
Crest Mk3 - 24mm internal width - Trail and race performance
Arch Mk3 - 26mm internal width - Durable yet light for intense riding
Flow Mk3 - 29mm internal width - Mountain descent monster
The New Electro 102T rear hub is a 32 hole, Fitted with SKF Custom cartridge bearing, sealed hub with 102 points of engagement and 6 pawls for near instant pickup. Fully adaptable to fit your axle size, it is supplied with one set of adaptors of your choice, and additional adaptors can be purchased to convert the hub to QR, 10mm, 135*12mm and 142*12mm - simply pull off and push on new adaptor. The precision CNC forged body is coupled with a strong 7075 alloy forged freehub.
The Electro front hub is a 32 hole full cartridge bearing, sealed hub which is fully adaptable to fit your axle size. Supplied with one set of adaptors of your choice, additional adaptors can be purchased to convert the hub to QR to 15mm. The precision CNC forged body has a high polish finish and is available in a range of colours.
Built in the UK these wheels are backed up by our comprehensive support package, including:
This hub is compatible with Shimano spline 8, 9, 10 and 11 speed systems as standard. 11 Speed Shimano Mountain cassettes fit on a traditional 10 speed freehub and do not require the wider 11 speed road freehub. It is NOT compatible with 11 speed Shimano road cassettes
The optional XD freehub body allows the use of SRAM XD 11 speed cassettes.
Electro Hub range is not Campagnolo Compatible
Have a set of the 26" Arch. Pleased with the weight, pickup of the hub and the width is great. My biggest gripe is that mounting my 2.4" High Roller or 2.5" Minion is a fight to get the bead over the rim. Had to use soap solution. Dreading getting a trailside puncture.
I think the problem is normally the tyres not the wheel
Just received a set of these with 27.5 Crest rims. First impressions are good. Both wheels straight & true with tight spokes, however a couple of spoke blades were twisted 90 degrees on the rear. This was easily rectified but a quick QC check by Superstar should have picked this up. On the scales, front weighs an impressive 660g. Rear 840g which is a tad heavy for such a build spec. The ext