Transition Revolution 150

Products » Hubs » Transition Hubs » Revolution 150
Transition Revolution 150

2 Reviews for Revolution 150

  • + 1
flag
 Really great hub, especially for the money. I had the 135mm one and it was great. Super strong cassette body and super strong pawls. wouldn't hurt if there was more engagements though. A little on the heavy side. 544g for the 135x10mm
[Reply]
  • + 1
flag
 good hub.. It came with my revolution 36 wheel, not super loud but it spins great even after 2 seasons of downhill abuse.
[Reply]
Login or Sign Up to write a review.
You must login to Pinkbike.
Don't have an account? Sign up

Join Pinkbike  Login
Avg: 5 (2 votes)
Write a Review
Transition Revolution 150 (MSRP $149) — Our Revolution hubs are built with precision and simplicity. Large sealed bearings ensure the hubs roll smoothly and are easy to work on. Available in three configurations, 10 x 135mm 32 hole, 10 x 135mm 36 hole and 12 x 150mm 36 hole. Hub Features: 6061 Alloy CNC'd body All hubs come with Axle (10 x 135 Solid Axle with QR)(12 x 150mm hub comes with solid axle nutted) Disc compatible Sealed Bearings 3 Pawl system with 22 engagement points Colors: Black Flange Diameter: 58mm for all hubs 135mm Hub Center to Flange Right: 20.6mm, Left: 34.6mm 150mm Hub Center to Flange Right: 28mm, Left: 42mm 20mm Front Hub Center to Flange Right: 34mm, Left: 23mm

Specifications Compare to other Hubs

Price $149
Color Options Black
Hub Bearings Sealed
Spacing 12mm x 150mm
Spacing - most forks use a 20mm thru-axle (QR20), quick release/QR (9mm), or now, a 15mm hub. It is important to know which hub your fork needs as standard quick release hubs cannot be converted to use with a 20mm compatible fork. However, there are reducers for some hubs that can go from 20mm to standard QR. Rear hubs typically come in two sizes. The first is 150x12 and the second is 135x10. However, some bikes do use a 165mm hub and 135x12. It is important to know which rear hub is required on your bike so it will be compatible.
Engagement count 22 (3 pawl)
Engagement count - Engagement count is determined by the amount of pawls your hub uses. Each click your hub makes while coasting is an engagement. More engagement points means a more responsive hub, but an added weight bonus.
Front or Rear Rear
Diameter 58mm

Resources

Copyright © 2000 - 2018. Pinkbike.com. All rights reserved.
dv56 0.021215
Mobile Version of Website