Time ASX Titan Cranksets

Time ASX Titan Cranksets 

DESCRIPTION

- Hollow monocoque carbon cranks.
- Asymmetric design for improved power transmission.
- Integral titanium bottom bracket axle.
- Isis Drive left hand crank fastening.
- Bottom bracket with sealed double-row annular ball bearings, offset for improved rigidity and optimised durability.
- Chainrings in 7075 T6 aluminium.
- Crankset/bottom bracket assembly weight: 625g.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 21, 2008]
David
Recreational Rider

Strength:

light, stiff, lotsa looks, fast!, did i say light?

Weakness:

scratch alot, good luck if you can find them, expensive

These are on my Litespeed Ghisalo putting it just at 14lbs bare. Got the compacts. Rode 1800 miles from Canada to Mex Sept.06 with them. Never a problem.
I'm 170lbs. Never had a problem other than the crank bolts backing out...probably my fault for not checking them regularly.

Similar Products Used:

dura ace, ultegra

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 13, 2008]
Alpinist
Road Racer

Strength:

Light and sexy

Weakness:

They failed at 4500 miles

I bought the crankset when I was building my Cyfac. They are light and sexy. I have only put 4500 mile on these. 3 of the 5 eyelets that the chain ring bolts attach the chain ring to the crank arm are badly cracked. One near blown out. I will not buy Time cranks any time soon.

I am not a powerful rider. I weigh in at 145 lbs and have quads like a grade school girl. So it must have been a bad design or poor manufacturing by StrongLight (co who manufactures).

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
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