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'brifter' is f'ing stupid
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Short answer: No.

Detailed answer that you would have discovered if you'd looked at FSA's product description that includes this sentence:

The SL-K Light uses FSA’s Asymmetric Bolt Standard, with four bolts at 90 degrees to one another and a fifth behind the crankarm, adding support where it’s needed.
 

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I feel your pain on wanting to replace FSA chain rings. Shifting must have been an afterthought when in the design phase. The same with stems.

Now, bars and cranks (- chainrings) seem to have recd all the cool design talent
 
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