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Due to its unique optimization treatment, the UFO Racing Chain saves you watts and improves your performance with free speed and unparalleled low friction.
Thanks to the extremely low friction, CeramicSpeed UFO Chains have the unique property to give you free speed or help you save watts on a racing distance. CeramicSpeed's racing chains are carefully selected from high quality suppliers and optimized by hand in Denmark.
CeramicSpeed UFO Racing Chains can save you between 2–5 watts for a distance of 600 km/370 miles. After this, you can apply the CeramicSpeed UFO Drip to reboost your racing chain. After the 600 km, you are still left with a high performing chain, superior to a standard chain.
When you need the extra advantage to make a real difference at the finish line, the CeramicSpeed UFO Racing Chain is the way to go.
Be aware that the UFO treatment is not optimised for wet and muddy conditions, which might cause corrosion on the chain.
Testing results show, that UFO Racing Chain proves to be faster than other treated chains.
These chains have 116 links.
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