Deadly accuracy is just the beginning.
The Turbine Chainring Set features precisely designed tooth profiles for perfect gear changes, while still maintaining an incredibly stiff, lightweight construction.
The fruition of a two year testing process, Race Face has specifically shaped each tooth, added ramps and pins at strategic locations, and dialed the spacing between spacing rings in order to facilitate up and down shifts, even under load. The result, is a chainring set that delivers smooth, quite shifts from ring to ring, no matter what the trail conditions.
Thanks to a new construction process, they also managed to increase the stiffness to three times that of their Team chainrings without increasing the weight. These rings are made with 7075 aluminum from the US and are machined in Canada, so not only are they incredibly durable, but the work is also kept local.
The Turbine Chainrings are available in black with a 24/38 tooth or 24/36/bash guard option, and are 104/64 BCD.
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Easy triple to double conversion
by Dr. Bob
Bolt these rings and bash onto your triple crank, adjust front limit screw and you have 36-24 double with decent chain line. 36-11 at cadence of 90 rpm with 29x2.1 gives almost 30 mph. 36-12, 27 mph. Fast enough for all but the strongest. Easy, fast front shifting.
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