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Impact Eiffel Tower ISIS Cranks - 130mm

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Quick Overview

After many months of optimization to save a maximum of weight without damaging the strength, we are proud to announce our trial crank, the Eiffel Tower! So light and pleasant to use. Try these and you will never go back!

Weight is 320g per pair.

Product Description

Material: 7075 Alloy
Pedal Threads: Steel pedal inserts
Color: Black.
Length: 130mm.
Weight (pair): 320g
Type: ISIS
Q-Factor: Almost Zero Q-factor - This is the amount a crank bends outwards. Zero means it doesn't lean outwards at all. The straighter the crank the better for speed, the wider the better for ankle clearance and greater maneuverability.
Note: Crank length is measured from the center of the axle hole to the center of the pedal hole. Sold in pairs.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Impact
Brand - Cranks Eiffel Tower
Type - Crank ISIS
Crank Length 130mm
Color Black
Size 9/16 inch

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