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Location : Taichung City, Taiwan | Busnago, Italy MaterialsUsed : Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Metals, Ceramics and Polymeric Website : www.fullspeedahead.com
Full Speed Ahead (FSA) produces world class bicycle components for road cycling and mountain biking and they support many of the world’s leading road and mountain bike teams.
The history in the sport and our heritage of innovation, design and manufacturing is important to us. They constantly invest in new product ranges, ensuring they provide the very best components possible – like Bicycle headsets, Bottom brackets, cranksets and Brakes for both professional and enthusiast riders alike.
FSA don’t simply sponsor world-class teams and athletes, they work extremely close with them and use their expertise and feedback to help them develop the next range of products. This, combined with passion, commitment to innovative design, research and development and materials/manufacturing processes ensures they deliver technically superior components that provide the ultimate performance that riders demand, and all at a competitive price.
BB392 EVO An 92mm wide PF30 BB designed for FSA BB 392 EVO Cranksets
Powerdrive bottom bracket Interface Standard A Proprietary arc-pplined, forged hollow SCM4130 steel spindle, with industrial 6002KRS ssealed catridge bearings and oversized 3/16" diameter ball bearings.
Press-Fit 30 Press-fit composite cup with BB30 bearings fit BB30 cracksets to press-fit standard frames.
MegaExo Bottom Bracket Outboard bearing bottom bracket fortified with double row bearings for each side.
ISIS Drive The international Splined Interface Standard bottom brackets and cranks have options available for use in most English and Italian threaded BB standards.
Ceramic Revolution Ceramic bearing are smoother, more durable and overall faster than their steel counterparts.