Shimano Dura-Ace BB-7800 Bottom Brackets

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Dura-Ace BB-7800

-Super power transmission
-Optium balance of lightweight and rigidity
-Q-factor remains same as FC-7701/BB-7700
-Minimal bearing interface for smoother rollimg

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ciclista7   Commuter [Oct 05, 2008]
Strength:

Durability, guess that's why they are called DURA-Ace?!

Weakness:

none so far

I have started using these inplace of the FSA MegaExo BB that came with my FSA-SLK carbon cranks. The cranks are great! The FSA BB's are terrible. It was recommended to use Dura-Ace BB and so far they are working really well. After using the FSA BB's they would start creaking and grinding after only 1-2 months ~1000 miles.

Similar Products Used: FSA MegaExo-JUNK
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5
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5
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