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Race Face Turbine Cinch Crank Arms

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    • Black, 170mm
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      $199.95
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      $199.99
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    Details

    Play to your preference.

    If you're as particular as we are about your crankset situation, then you're not keen to leave arm, ring, and spindle choice to the troglodytes who spec bikes in order to save big manufacturers money instead of meeting your exacting criteria. So ditch the selfsame slop in favor of Race Face's Turbine Cinch Crank Arms and start your journey toward a bespoke crank interface.

    • Durable alloy crank arms and spindle
    • Compatible with Race Face direct mount one-by chainrings
    • Add a four-bolt spider for double or triple setups
    • Item #RCF001S

    Tech Specs

    Arm Material
    aluminum
    Bottom Bracket
    not included
    BB Type
    Cinch (various versions available)
    Rings
    not included
    Spindle
    30mm 7050-series aluminum
    Claimed Weight
    [170mm arms, 32t direct-mount ring, BSA BB} 675 g
    Recommended Use
    cross-country, trail, all-mountain

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    First thoughts are solid

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I'm a snob, no doubt. If it's not plastic, I don't ride it. That said, I tried a demo bike equipped with these cranks and I didn't even notice them. Don't take that the wrong way; that's a great thing! They're ultra stiff, decently light weight, and look swell on any bike. The versatility to run 1, 2, or 3x drive train with appropriate spider is a huge plus! It's a killer crank that will perfectly accompany your XC, trail, or all-mountain rig without breaking the bank!

    First thoughts are solid

    Best value!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    With a wealth of options on the market for light weight cranks; the Turbine stands out in price, stiffness, light weight; and especially compatibility as it will work with nearly any frame in existence.

    I have had these on my MTB this year, and am extremely impressed by their performance, especially given the cost.

    Best Alu crank in around?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I think so. Really light for an aluminum crankset and no worries about smashing them against rocks all day. If you want to preserve the finish you can still get crankboots for them in a few different colors to add some flare. the only bummer is you have to run a Raceface BB. they are really fine but when you could've run a Chris King?

    Boost Ready

      When building my new Pivot Mach 6 choosing the right crank and chainring was important because the 2016 Mach 6 has Boost spacing (12x148 mm rear axle). Race Face cranks and chainrings already work with Boost; for both Shimano and SRAM you need special Boost cranksets with a 3mm offset. I paired these Turbine Crank Arms with the Race Face Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring in Black 30T, which is well suited for a 1x11 set-up riding in the mountains with lots of climbing.

      Big thanks to Joe Bolton in our Retail Store Bike Shop for getting my new Mach 6 put together. If you are ever in Salt Lake City definitely stop by our Retail Store to check out their bike selection and visit Joe (2607 S 3200 W, Suite A, West Valley UT 84119). Contact me with any questions about this Crankset, especially if you are interested in custom building a new mountain bike.

      Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead - klivingston@backcountry.com - 801-736-4337

      Frame - Pivot Mach 6, Large Stealth Black/Green
      Crankset - Race Face Turbine Crank Arms - Black, 175mm
      Chainring - Race Face Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring, 30T
      Bottom Bracket - Race Face Cinch BB92

      Boost Ready

      Can I use a Shimano xt bottom bracket or I have to use RaceFace cinch bottom bracket for this crankarms?

      Are these cranks boost compatible?

      24mm spindle for the Turbine Cinch?

      Do raceface make a 24mm spindle for this crank, as I would love to run this with my Chris King 24mm threadfit BB? Thanks

      What is the Q-factor on this crank? Thanks!

      According to Race Face, Q-factor on this crank is 178. Wider than usual. Kinda odd since the Next SL is a more typical 168. Did not notice the difference though when I demo'd a Nomad with the Turbine from the Santa Cruz factory for 3 hours.

      Is this crankset compatible with the Chris King Pressfit 24mm BB, or is the SRAM GXP BB92 BB a better choice?

      Best Answer

      Matt,



      Unfortunately, neither of those BB options will work because of the oversized 30mm spindle used on RF Cinch cranks.



      If your frame uses the BB92 standard you'll actually need the RaceFace BB92 Bottom Bracket:

      http://www.backcountry.com/race-face-cinch-bb92?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6cmFjZSBmYWNlIGJiOTI6MToxOnJhY2UgZmFjZSBiYjky&skid=RCF000Q-ONECOL-S6873



      This BB92 bottom bracket differs from all others in that it's designed to run 30mm spindles; all other BB92 BBs can only run a 24mm spindle.



      Cheers

      The description states that the spider isn't included with the crankset, can I purchase the spider on this site? I can't seem to find it's listing. Is this the 2015 model?