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  • FSA BB-4000 Omega Drive Mega Exo BB
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• Oversized cartridge bearings
• Forged steel and CNC machined external cups
• Composite centre sleeve with double o-ring seals
• Compatibility: Omega MegaExo
• Weight: 200g
• Spindle: 19mm
• Shell: 68mm
  • Colour: Black
  • Size: 68mm
  • Option: English Thread
 
Rated 3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Expensive compared to Shimano Bought as a direct replacement on my Giant Defy 2013. Expensive when compared to Shimano BBs but I purchased anyway as I was not ready to replace crankset as well. Easily fitted (with the right tools) and runs smooth. Original lasted just over 12 months so we'll see how this one goes. 13 September 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dreadfully variable lifespan I purchased this to replace the same on a 2010 Giant. While the previous item lasted 3 years, the replacement lasted slightly under 3 months. Given the price, I cannot recommend this in any way. 23 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great got this with my new chainset and couldn't believe what a difference it made.runs so smooth on every pedal. is very expensive as a shimano one will cost you about half the price.depends if you want to splash out on a more expensive chainset and have cheap BB or cheaper chainsets that hopefully won't need BBs replaced as much. 30 August 2013
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Can I install FSA BB7000 cups reversed left and right? Banshee XXX frame is threaded righthand/conventional on drive side. What's the alternative?
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This bottom bracket should fit to the frame fine; but most cranksets require a specific bottom bracket.

Please supply more information on the bike and crankset model number to our Technical Department for more assistance.

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The Omega drive bottom bracket is primarily for use with Road crankset's. The Bottom Bracket required for the Afterburner MTB crankset is the FSA BB-7000 which can be found listed below.
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Will this fit my bike & cranks?

I have a 2010 Specialized Rockhopper frame, with a set of FSA V-Drive cranks on the way, and require a bottom bracket. I am told the standard bottom bracket on the bike is a 68mmx118mm cartridge, but that uses different cranks.

In terms of the FSA range:
Will the BB-4000 fit my frame/cranks?
Also will the FSA BB-7000 fit?
Or the BB-8681?
What are the benefits/differences between these three and is any one better than the others?
Are there any other FSA's you would recommend?

What other (good value) alternatives do you recommend which are compatible? I am looking to spend in the region of £25 - £50.

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FSA MegaExo bottom brackets are only compatible with FSA MegaExo cranksets. In addition, specific models of crank require specifc models of MegaExo brackets. The V-drive crank (CK-7050) requires the use of the BB-7000 (linked below)
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