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The People's Champ
Years of unrivaled strength and durability have earned the Turbine a place in the crankset hall of fame.
CINCH System is designed to work with your next bike, the bike after that, and the bike after that.
Not So Heavy Metal
This crankset is forged to maximize strength then machined to shave away every unnecessary ounce of weight.
Work Hard, Play Hard
The sickest aluminum crank on the trails, thirty years running. The Turbine delivers an incredibly stiff and responsive ride and tons of versatility thanks to proven Race Face tech. Go ahead, get rowdy–Turbine won't let you down.
|Axle Material||7050 Aluminum|
|Crank Arm Material||7050 Aluminum|
|Includes||Pedal Washers (Chain Rings & Bottom Brackets sold separately)|
|Spindle Diameter (MM)||30|
|Chainline||52mm - 136 Spindle (Chainline Chart)|
|Weight Conditions||136mm Spindle (30mm XC-Enduro Cranks)|
Great cranks, Good looking, light and stiff. I’ve used them for years, so they were the first upgrade I put on my new bike.
I’ve had Turbine cranksets on my bikes since the 90’s. 3 sure things in life, death, taxes and Race Face Turbine cranksets.
Bought these whilst I wait for Next R’s to be warrantied. Makes me wonder if the carbon is worth it - in a good way. Don’t seem quite as stiff and damped but a hell of a lot cheaper for not much weight gain.
I have been riding Race Face cranks since my first pair of Turbine LP square tapered cranks. Race has always been and has continued to be my go to cranks. That being said, the new turbines are nice, but the cheap plastic preload had to be swapped out for the Cane Creek Aluminum preloaders ASAP. Once you do that, best cranks for the money. You can keep your carbon cranks.
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