My new Kris Holm Moment Cranks.



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isaac steiner

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Today I got my Kris Holm Moment ISIS Splined cranks from Darren Bedford.
They fit perfect on my Quax Red ISIS Hub. I really like my new
cranks. Here are some pictures.


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'#2' (http://tinyurl.com/25cs65)

'#3' (http://tinyurl.com/2qk49t)

'#4' (http://tinyurl.com/2cf97d)



What do you think of my uni?

Isaac


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Anyone have something to say?


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yeah it looks pretty fancy now!


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is that a qu-ax frame? and if so, how much does that whole uni weigh. i
want to lighten up my qu-ax.


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It weighs about about 11 lbs. and yes thats a Qu-ax frame.


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thats pretty cool:)


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Why the new cranks? Were the originals bending/breaking?

Qu-Ax Cross: 5.6 kg. = 12.32 lbs. The moment cranks will make it
stronger, but heavier.


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Well i have a Kris Holm saddle and snafu pedals and on the bathroom
scale its 11 lbs but im not sure to be the exact weight?


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isaac steiner wrote:
> Well i have a Kris Holm saddle and snafu pedals and on the bathroom
> scale its 11 lbs but im not sure to be the exact weight?




that cant be right.

snafus are really heavy.


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oneisenough wrote:
> is that a qu-ax frame? and if so, how much does that whole uni weigh. i
> want to lighten up my qu-ax.



^^^
oooopps... sorry i left out a very important detail... that looks
SWEET:D . and thanks for the weight.


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mornish wrote:
> that cant be right.
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> snafus are really heavy.





Well when its on the bathroom scale its about 11-12 lbs. So I dont
know..It feels like the same weight as my buddys 07 KH if you pic it up
by the seat but if you pick them up by the frames, his feels lighter.


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oneisenough wrote:
> ^^^
> oooopps... sorry i left out a very important detail... that looks
> SWEET:D . and thanks for the weight.





Hehe Thanks. I like it alot so far much easier to land unispins. :)


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if measuring on bathroom scale, weigh yourself then yourself + uni then
substract ur weight. Thats much more accurate way of doing it as
bathroom scales are made for large weiughts.


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I know thats what I did..I did it again this morning and weighs like
11.5 lbs.


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looks good, the hub looks pretty solid in the pic, hows it holding for
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thejdw wrote:
> looks good, the hub looks pretty solid in the pic, hows it holding for
> you?



I wonder this as well, is that hub strong enough to mandate the KH
moments?


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11 pounds.

Not trying to sound aggressive here (we have maestro8 for that lovely
task), but 11lbs is 5kg.

A stock KH is 5.6KG, a little over 12lbs.

Can someone explain why this is lighter than the KH?


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kerosian wrote:
> I wonder this as well, is that hub strong enough to mandate the KH
> moments?



lol the cranks out living the hub


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thejdw wrote:
> lol the cranks out living the hub



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