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    few questions on cannondale

    hi~everyone

    actually, i have few questions to ask, hope some can help me

    1a, what is the performance of si crank?

    i have got a 06 f3000 frame and using raceface deus xc crank

    i just wonder , if i change the crank to si , is there a huge difference?

    because, si crank is really expensive: i just don't want to regert

    1B, if we talk about si crank , which si crank is better?
    carbon si /aluminum SI?


    2, what can i do if i live in Asia but want to get a European models cannondale bike?

    one of my frd is riding a 07 f2(yellow colour)

    few days ago, he found that this year f2 have a colour in Team Replica

    http://video.cannondale.com/images/0...e/8FS2_rep.jpg

    he love it very much..

    however, when we go to find the dealer, they say it is european model, we can't get that.

    my frd just ask the dealer to help him, even he willing to double paid..

    but the dealer just say, no..

    so can anyone tell us a way to get that frame..?

    of is there any website has that frame for sell and can shipping to other country

    thx
    Last edited by psowing200; 07-16-2008 at 07:11 PM.

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    1: The best crankset on the market is the Hollowgram SL IMO. Stiffest, lightest, spins sooo smoothly and durable. The only con is it's price, it's not cheap. The Carbon SI is also stiff and light but not as much as the alloy Hollowgram SL... There is a problem though, it needs a BB30 or SI frame, the BB wont fit a standard frame that's made for english threaded BBs...

    2: Can't be done by the shops, your options is to take a trip to Europe, have a friend in Europe buy one for you and ship it or get it used on ebay or something.

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    Try http://evanscycles.com/basket . EU law is very hot on any restrictive sales practices. That said you can't expect the full Cannondale warranty unless you return the bike to the UK.

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