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Campagnolo Centaur 10 Speed Power-Torque Carbon Crankset

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Campagnolo Centaur 10 Speed Power-Torque Carbon Crankset

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List Price: $550.00
Your Price: $419.99
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The Campagnolo Centaur Power-Torque 10 Speed Carbon Crank Set uses unidirectional carbon fiber for the crank arms.  The chainrings use Campagnolo’s MPS, or Micro Precision Shifting. MPS is the refinement of the shifting ramps themselves and help ensure smoother shifting. Additionally, Campagnolo uses 8 upshift and 2 downshift sectors for faster more accurate shifting. The chainrings themves are treated with an anti-friction coating to run  more smoothly.

The Power-Torque system is stiff and lightweight. There is a single, integrated axle in the drive side crankset to maximize stiffness and power transmission. The crankset requires Power Torque bottom bracket cups.  As the drive side on the crank includes bearings and the non-drive side bearing is in the bottom bracket.

The crankset is easy to assemble and maintain thanks to pre-assembled bearings without the need for any additional dedicated tool. To further ensure ease of installation, the cranks feature a full-length spindle that is attached to the right crank arm. The left side is attached to the right side via a hex bolt.

The carbon fiber model takes almost 100 grams off the aluminum version and weighs just 644 grams. It comes in 170, 172.5 or 175mm lengths and in the standard (53/39) and compact (50/34) cranksets.

Sold as a set. Now shipping with red highlights on chainring bolts and crank arm graphics.

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