Turn The Same Cranks As World Tour Pros
Introducing the Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9200 12-Speed Crankset, the same cranks turned by World Tour riders over the highest peaks and across the most famous finish lines.
At the request of WorldTour teams, the Dura-Ace R9200 crankset features an optional 54-40T chainring combination. More efficient than smaller options, the 54-40T is the best response to the ever-increasing speeds of racing's top tier.
The new Dura-Ace 12-speed crankset comes with 50-34T, 52-36T, and 54-40T options along with the choice of 160mm, 165mm, 167.5mm, 170mm, 172.5mm, 175mm, and 177.5mm crank arm lengths.
The Dura-Ace FC-R9200 crank performs two vital functions: transferring your pedaling effort into the drivetrain and ensuring the fastest, most precise front shifting available.
With HOLLOWTECH II crank arms to ensure lightweight and Shimano's class-leading chainring designs, the FC-R9200 is a component to rely on, day-in and day-out.
- Optimal balance of stiffness, strength, weight and rotational performance
- HOLLOWTECH II technology maximizes a rider's power transfer in the crankset
- The strongest ultralightweight crankset Shimano can make
- 50-34T, 52-36T, and 54-40T options
- 160mm, 165mm, 167.5mm, 170mm, 172.5mm, 175mm, and 177.5mm crank arm lengths
- Average weights: 714g (54-40T) 692g (52-36T) 685g (50-34T)
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Average weight: 714g (54-40T) 692g (52-36T) 685g (50-34T)
Q-Factor: 148 mm
Chain Line: 44.5mm
Compatible chain: CN-M9100
P.C.D.: 110 mm
Crank Fixing Bolt Included: Yes
BB Shell Width: 68 mm
160mm - 50/34Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200MX04
160mm - 52/36Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200MX26
160mm - 54/40Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200MX40
165mm - 50/34Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200AX04
165mm - 52/36Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200AX26
165mm - 54/40Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200AX40
167.5mm - 50/34Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200BX04
167.5mm - 52/36Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200BX26
170mm - 50/34Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200CX04
170mm - 52/36Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200CX26
170mm - 54/40Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200CX40
172.5mm - 50/34Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200DX04
172.5mm - 52/36Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200DX26
172.5mm - 54/40Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200DX40
175mm - 50/34Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200EX04
175mm - 52/36Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200EX26
175mm - 54/40Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200EX40
177.5mm - 50/34Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200FX04
177.5mm - 52/36Tooth
Mfg PartNum: IFCR9200FX26
The one and only thing that you can get as a performance gain from using Shimano cranksets, is the ridiculously good shifting. They're crankarms, they spin around and you don't really notice something being stiffer, more aero, etc. But when you shift a Di2 Shimano front derailleur, on their rings, the system just works.
I can't really fault anything with them, I know the recall made people scared and the aftermarket brands are getting more traction, but I wash my stuff and take care of it, and the lifespan at the point of something snapping in half under my 70kg frame is way beyond my caring level.
Shimano stuff is expensive, especially the DA level stuff. If you have the money and realize it's doing nothing for you in terms of performance, have at it, it's your money do what you want with it. I go for Shimano for the shifting, I swear it works so well you forget about it.
Great product, average value, but it's on my bike either way right now.
Upgraded my 11 Speed Dura-Ace with 12 Speed. Curious about the new design / mfg.
Like with all Shimano products - It just works + Looks great too.
It shifts faster than 11 speed which is pretty amazing.
Happy with the purchase
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