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FSA SL-K Carbon SB0


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    • Black Graphic, 31.6mm, 400mm

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    Lighter and stiffer than ever.

    Tipping the scales at only 222 grams for the 27.2 x 350-millimeter version, the FSA SL-K Carbon SB0 Seatpost shaves precious weight from your carbon road bike or cross-country race bike while providing an ideal balance of stiffness and smooth ride quality with its unidirectional carbon construction.

    At the top of the post, the SL-K Carbon SB0 uses a Minimal Top Clamp (MTC) that further reduces weight, yet still allows for fore/aft adjustment of seat position with its two-bolt design. Chromoly hardware keeps weight down even more and is highly resistant to the elements. It's available with a polymer Di2 battery holder for those using the latest electronic drivetrain from Shimano.

    • Carbon seatpost optimized for road cycling and mountain biking
    • Unidirectional carbon balances stiffness with smooth ride quality
    • Minimal Top Clamp (MTC) further reduces weight
    • Chromoly hardware is resistant to the elements
    • Available with Di2 battery holder
    • Item #FSA002Z

    Tech Specs

    [shaft] unidirectional carbon, [head] bonded alloy, [top clamp] forged alloy, [hardware] chromoly
    27.2mm, 31.6mm
    350mm, 400mm
    Zero Offset
    Claimed Weight
    [27.2 x 350mm] 220g
    Recommended Use
    cross-country, downhill, road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Clamp doesn't fit correctly

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is swell seat post. I've had it for about six months. I noticed a creak, and when I checked out the fit, I found that the front seat clamp wasn't parallel with the saddle rails. No amount of fussing with the fixing bolt would make it lay correctly. I contacted FSA; they responded a couple of times, but weren't able to provide support.

    Clamp doesn't fit correctly