FSA Gravity Orbit Extreme Pro Headset

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FSA Gravity Orbit Extreme Pro Headset


10 Reviews for Orbit Extreme Pro Headset

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 bought this for £38 off CRC, meant to be £80 odd, so bargain Smile first problem with it was, on the top cup there is a very thin lip on it which i bent inwards installing it with a hammer =/ very easily straightened out with pliers as it is so thin. when installed it is super smooth and is standing up to UK winters very well.
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 Spins nice no bind, butter smooth! Honestly better the the chris king I had.Amazing headset, best ive owned! Great bearings. Fit and forget. Sooo smooth. Cant go wrong. Good value
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 great headset works for ages without having a to do maintenance also looks great as well as providing a very smooth handle bar rotation
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 I ran the Extreme Pro 1.5" HS on my Transition and it was flawless especially for the money. Running King headsets now but FSA cant be beaten for the price!
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 f*cking amazing headset seriously!!
so smooth and the bearing are really hard wearing
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 Amazing headset, best ive owned! Great bearings. Fit and forget. Sooo smooth. Cant go wrong. Good value to.
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 well finished and well engineerd.
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 GREAT HEADSET
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 its gay
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FSA Gravity Orbit Extreme Pro Headset (MSRP $129.99) — FSA's most high end headset.

Specifications Compare to other Headsets

Release Date 2009
Price $130
Weight 99.79 g
Color Options Black anodized with FSA logo
Size 1.125
Fit Type External
Fit Type - Fit type refers to if the headset is internal or external. Most headsets you see how and days are external, meaning the bearings mounted externally on top of the headtube, however, bikes that use a 1.5” headtube allow for an internal headset, making your stack height that much lower.
Bearings Special size angular contact bearings
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