The all-new AngleSet threadless headset from Cane Creek makes it possible to change your game. You can now transform the head angle of your mountain bike with ease, as the low-stack-height AngleSet offers up to six offset angle adjustments. With steeper or slacker adjustments from 0.5 to 1.5 degrees, dialing in the perfect geometry to attack the trail is a breeze. BAA0203K, 1.5HT, 1-1/8ST, 3-ANGLE KIT
I own a 2008 felt redemption and it biggest problem was its steep head angle for a all mountain bike. well that's all fixed now! I am so happy to be able to corner now with confidence and makes my downhill platform more stable at high speeds. My head tube angle went from 70 degrees to 65. some people claim on heard hits the hear a popping noise i have had no such issue and love this thing! the only flaw is it ant fast to change the angle cups you have to have a shop do it unless you got a press to do so.
PROS: Smooth turning, Low maintance, Adjust head angle, Helps steering so much
CONS: Hard to install, Shop has to change cups
BEST USES: all mountain, Free Ride, Trail, Downhill
I mounted the 1.5 deg reducer on a RM Flatline. The slacker head angle is perfect on this bike.
I would highly advise following the installation video exactly. If you don't get the gimbles in just right, the headset will be loose and noisy. Test the install by riding down some stairs or bumpy obstacle near home before hitting the trail.
Also, use a good press! These things are tall! Any misalignment when pressing is bad. The park tool headset press sold on Jenson works quite well. Avoid anything that looks weak and sloppy. A headset remover tool is also needed for the job. The remover tool will also be needed to change the reducer for a different angle.
Follow this advice and installation will be a breeze!
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Does this need to be re-pressed every time you want to adjust the angle? Or can you adjust the angle as often as you want once it's installed? I ask because I'd like to experiment with different head angles on my bike, but I don't want to have to re-press this every time and have the opening in the frame loosen up. Thank you!
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