This FSA K-Force Light BB386 Evo Chainset is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
K-Force Light BB386 represents the latest evolution of the carbon cranksets. Updated with contemporary graphics emphasize the racing and winning heritage of the model line.
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K-Force Light arms are molded with a removable bladder process that allows maximum compression of the carbon material with the lowest possible void areas.
This all new K-Force crank-set features FSA's ABS 5 bolt chainring pattern. The Asymmetric Bolt Space (ABS) move one of the chainring mounting points to behind the crank. This helps increase the stiffness of the chainring by supporting it thought the 90 degrees of the highest load.
BB386 is the latest evolution of the BB introduced by FSA belongs to the press fit family. All for One, One for All with the proper adapter, this crank will work with most any crankset standard available in the market.
Its symmetrical BB shell has the same overall width of a BSA BB including the cups. This allows the ultimate optimization for stiffness of the frame-shell-crankset assembly.
Your chainset must fit onto your bottom bracket! There are currently four chainset/bottom bracket interfaces that you're likely to come across. If your bottom bracket is made by Shimano and it has splines, then you need an Octalink chainset. If your b/b is NOT made by Shimano and it has splines, it's almost certainly ISIS. There are a very few non-Shimano chainsets with Shimano Octalink interfaces so, to be sure, count the splines - ISIS has 9, Octalink has (surprise, surprise) 8. No matter which brand of b/b you have, if it has a square interface, it will require a traditional square taper chainset. If you have one of the new Hollowtech II systems, you will need to choose the exact chainset that matches your bottom bracket. Most MTB chainsets are now 9-speed compatible but these will work with an 8-speed system.
The driving force of bicycle component maker Full Speed Ahead is well captured in their name. FSA stays ahead of the competition through design innovation and manufacturing expertise. FSA's manufacturing base is in Taiwan, but they are truly a global company, with offices in the USA & Italy that collaborate to direct FSA's component development. FSA offers solutions for speed across a broad range of bicycle components; from headsets to wheels; cranksets and bottom brackets, Vision Time Trial & Triathlon bars and handlebars & stems. Why FSA win: Using ceramic, stainless steel, titanium and a half dozen grades of aluminium and numerous composite materials including molded, tubular and high-compression plate carbon fibre gives them the ability to apply the perfect material to each specific application.
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