FSA Gravity Moto X Crankset

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FSA Gravity Moto X Crankset


21 Reviews for Moto X Crankset

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 Got them stock on my 07 Stinky and they worked pretty good for the first season. But they ended up breaking from just an 8 foot drop, I didn't crash or even land hard, they just gave out. So I think they may have a little too much flex, and I'm waiting on a new set through warranty. Still, decsent crank.
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 this crank is CHEAP and has with stood 6 months of FR abuse(hard landing etc.) with no probs.steel chain ring are a tad heavier but are so strong with no signs of wear..loads better than race face race rings.fairly light but not mega stiff,but i paid £80 for mine,with rings!if your on a budget, buy it!
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 I have found no con's about this set up, basic though it may be it quite literally soldiers through everything. Chuffed and I don't see why I'd go with anything else, unless I was thinking of going for the Gravity Light's, though obviously the money difference for my type of riding has yet to become irrelevant.
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 Pretty sturdy, they've stood up to my 16 stone for about 3 months now and they still work fine. The one thing I would say is that the bit the pedals screw into has worn down a bit, but with some grease and properly tightened up pedals they're fine
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 MASSIVE! Ride them on my Big Hit 3 and they feel awesome. Recommendable to anyone that enjoys some smooth riding. Awesome Quality, as expected of FSA. I ride this with one chain ring only. Free for all! ---------------- UPDATE: Believe it or not, my right crank arm just litterally ripped. I'm somewhat disappointed, even though they served me well.
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 Good, solid cranks...used for over 6 months now and have had no faults, even on rough dh trails, would highly recommend to anyone looking for some well priced dh/fr cranks..i have used with an e-thirteen lg1 guide/bash
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 Had this for about 5 years and I cant kill it, easy to service - clean the inserts make changing pedals easy as.
I run mine in a 73mm BB with a 36 tooth ring and it never lets me down.
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 I've had this crankset a couple of different times and it works nicely, upgrade from the stock chainring(s) and this is a solid performer that doesn't break the bank.
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 Nearly indestructible crank. Luv it so much! Not that light, but very resistant. The paint didn't scratch at all in 2 months and still looks like new:X
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 light and smooth
feel very sturdy,
my BB isnt very smooth anymore, but is probably due to grit and sand
great cranks
would deffo recomend
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 Solid and reliable, also inexpensive! As with any crankset make sure you tighten both pinch bolts equally.
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 Good crank set for budget users, very strong, they never fail me or give me any problems, used for DJ
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 i had this crank on my hardtial for about a week, i was in a skate park at bent the tits of the left side crank arm
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 It is a good looking crank and is the pivotal drive in my bike. No problems with it at all.
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 Strong, relatively cheap, great for dirtjump, freeride, anything really. Easy to service and take apart.
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 Takes a beating and still holds together under harsh condisions. Throw a E-13 chainguide on it and your set.
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 realy ncie solid crank, spins well, looks great, would deffinately reccomend. weight is pretty reasonable aswell
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 I have this crankset and love it!
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 great so far
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 Nice
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FSA Gravity Moto X Crankset (MSRP $164.99) — Gravity's Moto X Crankset.

Specifications Compare to other Cranksets

Release Date 2009
Price $165
Weight 1093.15 g
Color Options Black anodized
Configurations Chainrings: 22/32/Bash, 22/32/44T
Mounting Standard Compatible with 68/73mm BB shells
Mounting Standard - A cranks mounting style is determined by its design. Most cranks are designed to work in conjunction with the corresponding bottom bracket, however, usually you can find an aftermarket bottom bracket that fits your cranks.
Material AL6061 forged crankarms. CrMo pedal inserts. CrMo chainring bolts.
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