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Precision-engineered to the most exacting of tolerances to deliver optimum performance and long life in harsh riding conditions.

The latest generation of Warhead MTB headsets have been revised, improved and expanded for optimum fit, sealing and performance as well as compatibility with a wide range of fork and frame standards.

Featuring sealed angular contact bearings, alloy crown races and upper and lower bearing cups CNC-machined from proprietary aluminium, the Warhead headset offers the optimum balance of light weight, strength and durability for performance across all riding disciplines.

The Warhead is available in a range of options to cover multiple fork/headtube configurations, including full range of Standard Steerer (SS – 1-1/8”), Tapered Steerer (TS - 1-1/8” to 1.5”) and Oversize Steerer (OS – 1.5”) combinations. Internal and external cup options also available including zero stack versions with internal top and bottom cups.

New additions for 2013 include a ceramic bearing option for all units in the range, a light weight Trail (TR) headset, two new taper models (44-56mm for standard and taper forks) and a new AS1 model with 1 degree internal angle adjustment for 1.5” head tubes.

All models feature a super tough black hard anodised finish, with laser-etched graphics.

Nukeproof Warhead 44EEOS Headset Features:

  • Angular Contact Bearings
  • Hard Anodised Finish
  • Alloy Crown Race
  • Taper locking top race
  • One Point Five Compatible

Nukeproof Warhead 44EEOS Headset Specifications:

  • 1.5" steerer (Oversize) fork in 44mm diameter head tube
  • External top and bottom cups
  • Headtube: 44mm ID
  • Top Cup Type / Depth: External 14.8mm
  • Bottom Cup Type / Depth: External 14.8mm
  • Stack Height: 32mm
  • S.H.I.S. Top Cup / Bottom Cup: EC44/38.1 - EC44/40
  • Weight: 179g
  • Colour: Black
  • Steerer Diameter: 1.5"
  • Headset Type: Semi-Integrated
 
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by totally killer head set Got this for my iron horse yakuza DH/FR cause i allready had a 1.5 FSA gunpowder stem ,so easy to install looks and works like a pro with 2 turbine spacers totally swear by nukeproofs gear 11 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by This warhead is huge. I mean really huge. And I like it Bought this as recommended by Ragley folks to complement the Piglet frame and my 1.5" Rockshoc Reba forks. Really liked it after installation. Looks beautiful. One thing to note, the Topcap screw is a tad short, and my take is some bike mechs at your local bike store do not have the appropriate tool size to install the starnut as this friend is really huge. Not to worry, a good old fashioned way to install the starnut is to whack it in, measure. whack in a little more..measure. You'll do fine. If you are the truly vain type. Get a titanium topcap screw to bolt on and never worry about wearing out the bolt as a result of periodic headset bearing servicing. 24 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nukeproof Warhead 44EEOS Headset В раму nukeproof "snap" входило слишком плотно. Пришлось поработать напильником немного ). 08 April 2014
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can this headset use on Cove G-Spot frame?

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This headset fits a headtube with a 44mm internal diameter to accept a 1.5" steerer fork. The 2010 onwards G-Spot frames run a standard 1.5" headtube with a 49mm internal diameter so this will not be suitable. You could use the 49EEOS (linked below) instead to run a 1.5" steerer fork in a 49mm headtube.
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cant see picture,,anything 1.1/8 should fit,,once again check,recheck,also depends on your fork streerer tube
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Would this fit a 2009 giant reign?

I wanted to put a 1.5" steerer on my giant which i beileve has a 44mm ht, i recently came across a picture of an older model witha 1.5" steerer, will include that picture :)
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If you are indeed running a 44mm internal diameter headtube then this headset will allow you to run a straight/ standard 1.5" Steerer tube fork, yes.
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Hmmm not to sure ,have had a giant reign in the past and am sure that one was a 1.1/8 head set(silly A-HEADSET ) pays to measure many times ,,as far as i know the REIGN came out as a low priced XC bike ,most bikes from that year came out as heavy DHs running 1.5 head sets hope this helps,,,had another look at the pic yup its a fat 1.1/8 headset(real old ) a 1.5 wont fit the head tube its made for a 1.1/8
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