- Superstar Headsets (Any Good)
check the S8 that arrives is actualy an S8, i bought one of ebay, it said S8 on the packet, even the bearings were etched with CC logos, S8, part numbers etc.
But it lasted about 3 months and CC didnt want anythig to do with it, aparnelty a few shops have been selling knock off’s, hence wy a £50 headset is going for £25 .Posted 9 years agocrankriderMember
I bought a raceface deus for about £32.00 posted from here: http://www.readytoridecycles.co.uk/headsets-59-c.asp when my old (cheap) canecreek one died a week ago – Im pretty chuffed with that, they have fsa headsets too if your a bit harder on stuff than me (It did take 2 years to kill my last headset)Posted 9 years agothisisnotaspoonMember
i’ve had no problems with
FSA MX-pro (thinks that what its called, about £30-35)
CC S3, very well made and good value
CC C1, its on my road bike, and has been re-greased once in about 4 years use in all weathers, its probably due new bearigns next time as theyr a little rough.
Got a sunline one to try out at some point, its made up of normal cartridge bearings so might not last exceptionaly, but will be cheep to replace.
FSA/CC/THindustries are all the same company, you can google their catalogue. My only reason for going for the FSA MX was it looks better 🙂Posted 9 years ago
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