which of the two would you get.
I have a pair of Pulsions cranks on my Madone 5.5 and love the way they perform. The Teflon coated rings do help with smoother shifting and cutting down on drivetain noise. However, I too have very little room between the lower crank arm and chainstay to the tune of about 8-10 mm. I would be very careful mating these cranks to non-curved stays.MerlinAma said:I have a Stronglight Pulsion crankset and like it a lot. The only issue was that the end of the crank was a little wide (box shaped) and I had to do some tedious spacing on the bottom bracket so the crank end wouldn't hit my frame on one side or the other.
I'd say amazingly ugly is an understatement.Rubber Lizard said:The Pulsion has been discontinued and has been replaced by the amazingly ugly X-wing crankset, probably for good reason. The Pulsion and the rebadged Time cranksets that were actually pulsions seemed to break a lot in lots of different places.
I would suggest getting the Chorus crankset.
I'm glad someone else thinks those Scions are far from stunning looking. The first generation Xb looks like a refrigerator turned on its side with four wheels slapped on it.bigbill said:Don't bet on it. People steal Scions.