View Poll Results: Are you running an Angleset?

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  • Heck Ya! Wouldn't have it any other way.

    5 31.25%
  • Naw, I like the bike just the way it is.

    5 31.25%
  • Not yet, but considering it.

    6 37.50%
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  1. #1
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    SL-R Owners with Angleset

    Just curious on how many of you SLR owners are running an Angleset.

  2. #2
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    I voted with the Heck Yeah side but felt like it needed a qualification.
    I really like the slightly more slack head tube angle. Psychological or not, it just feels better to me on the downs and doesn't seem to hurt the ups at all.
    That said, I'm considering the swap to the works components headset. I have had a few issues with the cane creek headset tightening over time if I have it too tight, if I have it too loose it feels a bit unstable and makes a small amount of noise that I notice way more on slow speed, square edged bumps than I do on the downhill parts. Not so annoying that it is a must change but it is on my upgrade list.

  3. #3
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    HA is 68* with my 150mm Revelation without using Angleset. Okay for now. I normally run it at 130-35mm when I am doing rolling terrain, and 140-50 for long descents.

    BTW, I came off of Banshee Spitfire which I normally ran it at 67*.

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