FSA Gravity Platinum Pro Ti

FSA Gravity Platinum Pro Ti


3 Reviews for Platinum Pro Ti

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 had one of these on my XC bike for around a year and a half, never had any problems with it, very smooth and combined with a well oiled chain and a good mech etc. there is minimal resistance when you pedal it, overall a brilliant bottom bracket.
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 Gggttggttgggtt so yeah
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FSA Gravity Platinum Pro Ti (MSRP $159.99) — FSA's most highest end bottom bracket.

Specifications Compare to other Bottom Brackets

Release Date 2009
Price $160
Weight 181.43 g
Spindle options CNC-machined hollow 6/4 titanium spindle. Ti-Nitride coated spindle
Spindle options - The spindle is the portion of your bottom bracket that your cranks mount to. Most cranks use a 2 piece design, where the spindle is attached directly to 1 crank arm, however, ISIS and Square taper are 2 other types of spindles you may see.
Bearings Double row deep-groove sealed cartridge bearings
Finish Options Anodized cups and sleeve
BB Technology Forged aluminum cups with anti-creak composite sleeve. M14 alloy crank bolts
BB Size English threading – 68 and 73mm. Italian threading – 70mm.
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