- FSA Team Issue 9-Speed Chain
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FSA Team Issue 9-Speed Chain
FSA Team Issue 9-Speed Chain
The Team Issue 9 speed is now more versatile than ever. It features the same performance of the 10 speed version, and the same more aggressive price level. It is expressly designed for harsh environments and adverse, muddy shift conditions.
Top Features of the FSA Team Issue 9-Speed Chain
- Compatible with 9 speed (ATB)
- Chamfered for shifting performance
- Includes 1-PC Connector (only for Europe)
- 6.4mm width
- NP Finish
- FSA Logos
- Weight: 284g (114 Link)
High efficiency, strength, and longevity are key features of any bicycle chain. So are shift accuracy, smoothness, and value. Full Speed Ahead is proud to offer two chains that deliver all of these.
Your key concerns about shift reliability are met with two designs, The Team Issue 9 and 10 speed chains are designed to match contemporary drivetrains.
Development of these chains involved intense Research and Development with severe testing. Extensive laboratory and rider testing show outstanding longevity. The result is both exceptional shifting performance and superior strength - over 900kgf.
A bicycle chain is a 'roller chain' that has the task of transferring power from the cranks to the rear wheel of the bike thus propelling it. Most bicycle chains are made from alloy steel, but some are chrome plated or stainless steel to prevent rust, or simply for good looks. Chains will vary in width depending on the amount of gears you have, most are 3/32 inch for use with geared systems and then come in 'speeds' which needs to matched to the cassette, ie a 10 speed cassette will need a 10 speed chain and so on. Track bikes or single speeds often run 1/8 inch rings so will need a 1/8 inch chain as well, these will have larger plates to aid stopping on a fixed wheel, which can add extra stress to a chain.
About the FSA brand
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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You can run a10sp on a 9sp set-up but there are no benefits. The 9sp is stronger, very little heavier, and usually cheaper.
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