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  • Pro FRS products – any good
  • I have a pro FRS stem, no problems to report, but then I'm not sure what problems people have with stems? If you think it looks good, go for it, it definitely looks better than an Easton Vice though!

    warpcow
    Member

    The stem's nice. Surprisingly light too. Can't say anything about the rest though.

    GaryLake
    Member

    Testing the full set (bar, post, stem and grips) at the moment. Build quality is nice, it's not all that heavy considering the price is reasonable, graphics are a bit marmite. The 710mm bars are lovely!

    Twin bolt Thomson esq clamp works nicely.

    kevster
    Member

    Currently running Easton Vice stem and Easton EA50 bars. Looking to maybe change to the Pro FRS bars, stem and seatpost? Would anyone recommend this or stick with Easton?

    kevster
    Member

    Is it worth a full change??

    GaryLake
    Member

    What are you hoping to gain from it?

    If it's, they look nice or, I want different length width, rise sweep etc, then yes.

    If it's save weight, or make bike magically faster, then no.

    Premier Icon Northwind
    Subscriber

    The graphics are squint on mine but still, it's a cheap and strong low-stack low-weight stem, what's not to like? Yet another "cheaper than Hope and Thomson and just as good" product.

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