Race Face Turbine 35mm Stem

Race Face Turbine 35mm Stem
Race Face Turbine 35mm Stem
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Turbine 35mm Stem by Race Face
35mm handlebars are blowing up, but the necessary stems are a little behind, so Race Face made the Turbine 35mm Stem to give fat-barred rippers a little bit of dap. It's largely the same as the standard Turbine, with a bombproof 7075 aluminum body, a four-bolt clamp, and opposing steerer bolts to provide serious power with causing any damage. It's also angled at six degrees, so you can add a little rise to your bars or lower them a little bit, depending on which way you install it. The only real difference between the classic Turbine and the 35mm is the diameter of clamp which, obviously, has been enlarged to 35mm. Even with the size increase, the Turbine 35mm weighs in under 140g, so it won't slow you down if you're looking to keep things light.

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SKU: RCF001V
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