Life is short, and you only get one shot at it, so you shouldn't waste time riding outdated, sticky, or heavy cranksets. Enter the Campagnolo Super Record 11 4-Arm Crankset, a redesigned legend that's coming back even lighter, stronger, and sleeker than past iterations. A few major changes set the new Super Record apart from its predecessor. Most obviously, the number of arms was reduced from five to four, which Campagnolo claims reduces weight while increasing torsional stiffness up to 12%. Certain areas of the arms have also seen metal swapped out in favor of carbon, and Campy also hollowed out the new arms as much as possible to reduce weight. The Super Record isn't totally redesigned, though--why would it be' The light, powerful, and super-simple Ultra Torque spindle is just as good as ever, and the titanium spindle and bolt save 40g over the steel used in the regular Record. Even better, Campagnolo's legendary CULT ceramic bearings and Cronitect races are so smooth that Campy claims a 3. 5 watt gain per pedal stroke.
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