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November 16, 2011



Thanks for your comment Jeff. I have to say that the shifting performance of the Campy SR rings is better than FSA. Additionally, the quality of FSA bottom brackets is nothing to write home about. Thanks again for writing! -John


agree on all points except FSA vs Campy. I have current cranks from both manufacturers, and I wouldn't say that one is superior to the other in any kind of substantial way.

I think the campy is more attractive, but that's probably the biggest difference between them.

This is a current FSA SL-K vs an '10 Super Record. The SR cost a lot more and has ceramic bearings, but other than that I think it's a stretch to say one is somehow better than the other.

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