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    truvativ noir 3.3 team VS. shimano xt mc-770

    Was looking at these two cranksets. I'm building up a ibis mojo HD, trying to keep the weight down, but also stay in budget an not give up any performance. Claimed weight is... 830g on the truvativ an 860 on the xt. both with bottom brackets. I actually have the xt already, but need to buy the xt bottom bracket. Just wondering if anyone thinks it's worth sellin the xt, an pickin up the noir as it's on sale.
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    There would be no performance increase from the Truvativ

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    Noir is stiffer, and little lighter.Last model should came around 800g with BB
    "If everything seems under control, you're just not going fast enough."

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