FSA Chainrings Chainrings

3/5 (2 Reviews)


Product Description

FSA Pro chainrings - Precision CNC machined 7075T6 chainrings ramped and pinned for perfect shifting. 9- or 10-speed compatible. 110mm BCD spacing. Black Anodized with CNC silver or Titanium gray 50t only.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by cz85b a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: July 14, 2006

Strengths:    one set I have still shifts perfectly after 25,000 miles!

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
OK, here is for the full sized chain rings... I have used the 53/39 combination and the 54/39 combination... (Bought the 54 because it looked cool... Other people may say something differnet, but for me, that is the simple truth...)

Anyway, everything has shifted perfectly since the day I started using them.. (I put 0 for price paid because they came with crank sets...

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Favorite Ride:   Furnace Creek 508

Purchased At:   Ebay and Greenfish S

Similar Products Used:   Shimano ultegra and Dura Ace...

Bike Setup:   Top of the line Shimano, various wheels depending on what I am doing, carbon cranks...


Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Tank a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: June 25, 2006

Strengths:    Looks - the FSA rings do look very stylish: a "light-weight' look and the color of the hard anodizing matches the carbon color of the cranks.

Weaknesses:    Functionality: Poor performance shifting. Down shifts were always done with the fear of dropping the chain. 50-T tooth broke after ~4000-miles.

Bottom Line:   
FSA compact rings are not very good. I respect that FSA was the first company to really 'go to market' with compact cranks, however their execution in the quality department failed. Even with the supposedly re-designed compact rings specific for 10-spd set-ups, the performance is fair (at best). FSA techs claim it is the 16-T size differential (50-T / 34-T) that leads to poor down shifts and that compact specific front derailleurs are necessary. Not true - Shimano has this figured out - see my review!

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Favorite Ride:   Mountains

Purchased At:   N/A

Similar Products Used:   Highly recommend the Shimano Compact Rings as an upgrade. If you are into function over form, you will be super pleased with precise shifting of the Shimano rings. Only wish that Shimano came out with their version of the compact cranks sooner - this way I would not have had to suffer with FSA mediocre quality products and poor shifting for so loooong!

Bike Setup:   The best



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