Integrated BB86/90/92


NOTE: This product can be used as well without Di2 group set. Furthermore, with the SRAM kit you can use it with SRAM cranks and this product is also available with our new CX Seals for better bearing protection by increasing friction only by 0.2 watts.

Hawk Racing’s integrated BB86/90/92 was designed, machined, anodized, laser engraved and assembled in Florida and replaces the old BB86/92 and BB90 version and makes them into one. 

So what does this mean to you?  It means you get a high quality product made in the USA that will reduce friction and enable you to ride faster!

We use aerospace grade AL6061 and the cups are machined to a tolerance of +-0.02mm.  The BB86/90/92 is available with standard or full stainless steel Folmer Technology bearings (produced by the same company that produces bearings for several large commercial airliners).

This product is made with a sleeve so it can be used with the Shimano Di2.  Several of our bike shop owners and athletes who install products saw the need for a protective sleeve for our previous version of BB86/92 to ensure the cables of the electric shifter do not rub on the crank spindle.  This was yet another step by Hawk Racing to create a product that was needed in the industry while at the same time moving production in house to our facility in sunny Florida.

 

We are proud to say – MADE IN THE USA.  Welcome to Hawk Racing.


MSRP $119

BB threads: Integrated BB with OD 41mm for Shimano/FSA and SRAM crank sets. Recommended for Shimano Di2
Colors: BLACK only
Compatibility: Integrated BB type to fit BB86/BB92 (for example Giant and Scott frames)
Service Interval: Maintenance Free for the bearings
Bearings: Folmer Technology Bearings, ISO and ABEC 3 certified - Made in Japan - NON CERAMIC
Warranty: 1 Year (please register your product)
Note: Product available with full stainless steel bearings
Origin: proudly MADE in USA
Weight: 80g incl. plastic shell
Energy Consumption: 0.32 watts
MSRP: starting at US$ 119.00


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