Just what I needed
I needed a lower gearing on my Mardale cyclocross bike, this fitted perfectly & did the job ☺
13 February 2016
Easy Update & Maintenance
Had to bite the bullet and invest in new chain rings - easy to fit , simple job, chain skip has now disappeared!
23 June 2015
Very light and goo looking
Ordered this to change the gearing a bit and the outer chainring was already FSA, so this looks really good with it. Really light weight, only about 30-40 g while the one replaced was around 100 g.
13 May 2015
Replaced existing chainring like for like
Not sure what you can say, its a chainring, looks good and works perfectly well.
04 March 2015
perfect for cyclo cross
Good size ring to use on cycloscross bike where you need the range this offers
07 January 2015
Replaces one that had seen too much action
Eventually arrived in France, fitted it recently & has improved drivetrain dramatically. After replacing chain, derailleur & rear cogs. Looks like this was the key component causing me issues
14 September 2014
Good quality chainring
Bought this as a direct replacement for a worn one. I use the bike for winter training and commuting so it racks up a lot of miles. The replacement is good quality, could be slightly cheaper though.
19 February 2014
had to buy when i didnt check my chain often enough, as always wiggle came up the cheapest.
10 June 2013
FSA not Dura Ace
This was meant to be compatible with Dura Ace 7900 crank set & probably is with a the compact version not dura ace 7900 standard cranks 53/39.
19 July 2011
I have a raleigh strada and am replacing the chain rings as the chain is skipping when too much torque is put through the crank or when I stand up. Is this suitable to replace the existing 50/34 chain rings on this (very basic) model with 16 gears? If it is not, could you recommend replacement rings that would be suitable? Sorry, I am a bit lost with with this topic! Thanks
I'm running a 52/36 FSA SL-K at the moment but wanted to see if I could change this to a compact but can't seem to find a compatible 50. Can I just change my 36 for the FSA Super Road Inner 34T Chainring. I am assuming that I will need a shimano N10 as I am running ultegra 10 on the back? Or do I need to change both chainrings? Thanks
I have an FSA Vero 50/34 9-speed 110mm BCD crankset and want to upgrade it to 10 speed. Is this possible, e.g. can I just replace the existing 34T inner ring with this one or do I need to replace the outer 50T chainring to a 10-speed one instead or as well?
I used a 34T inner with a 52T outer for one particular event. It actually works but two thing you'll need to be aware of: 1) When you change up or down between rings you need to make a one tooth counter change on the cassette or the resulting gear change is too big. The big step is ok sometimes but is generally a problem. 2) The front derailure works very hard to lift up to the 52T.
I'm changing mine back now that the event is complete and go back to the standard compact 53T:36T to avoid the issues above.
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I can confirm that it would be compatible as long as you check the BCD of you chainset but I would not recommended this as your front derailleur would stretch to much as the distance from the 34t to the 53t would be to great and would have a lot of issues with correctly setting this up. I hope this helps.