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Nov 15, 2015 at 10:14
Nov 15, 2015
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Yep. I have two of those rotors on my bike currently. They are pretty good and reasonably priced I think. Do they make a huge difference over non heat finned rotors? I'm not so sure, but they look great and aren't any heavier than anything else I'm going to put on my bike. The fact they are UK made is great (for me). Something I have noticed however. The inside fines are inserted rather than attached, so do move, and also at high speed the rotors whistle. Not issues, just facts that that I've encountered and would be interested to know if anyone else has had this issue.
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Oct 31, 2015 at 11:28
Oct 31, 2015
That's annoying about the 34max, but you are right as a 34 is easily a 36 at its largest. Guess it means be slower, or going as small as possible at the rear for the top end. XD with 9 speed? Everything else though, great to hear I'm not alone. In an odd way I feel oval rings feel more round then round rings...

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Oct 28, 2015 at 10:07
Oct 28, 2015
Sorry, I should have been clearer, when I bought my first ring they they didn't do direct mount BB30s, so attached to the spyder, now they do. Anyway.... re the 32 / 34 question. I have found myself gearing up to a larger front ring! The largest part of the 32 will be around the same size as a 34, but smallest will be about 30. 1 full crank rotation however will rotate your wheel on a 32 ring, Oval or round exactly the same distance. The difference you will notice will be when you have more power from your legs, you'll be able to increase propulsion at the larger part of the ring, less power, so less fatigue at the smaller part of the ring. Hopefully that makes sense Basically, I'm convinced by oval, and had to get a larger ring within a couple of months. Also the narrow wide worked perfectly in Morzine and Les Gets without a chain device! (I don't work for absolute black)

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Oct 28, 2015 at 9:13
Oct 28, 2015
They do... BB30 and GXP versions are different, with I believe 6mm offset. I had that issue with my first ring and ended up buying a standard mounted version and attaching to the spyder

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Oct 28, 2015 at 8:16
Oct 28, 2015
Ard Rock Enduro 2016: Entries Go Live This Friday
I'll be there, 06:30 I'll be pressing buy. This year was great!
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