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Rotor 3D Plus Road Crankset With Round Chanrings

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Description

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Q-Rings leave impressions on cyclists around the world, but even so, not everyone is willing to make the jump to ovalized chainrings. For those riders who prefer a more traditional round ring, the Spanish based manufacturer offers the Rotor 3D Plus Road Crankset with regular rings.

Rotor first explored the use of alloy 30mm bottom bracket spindles through its involvement with the Cervelo Test Team. And while the Trinity drilled arms and compatibility with either round or Q-Rings remains the same, these Rotor 3D Plus cranks have a few small differences in comparison to Rotor's 3D road cranks. The stiffness, light weight, and strength remain unchanged. The 3D Plus crankarms retain this because of Rotor's Trinity Drilling System. On this crank Rotor drills all three parallel bores from the spindle-end rather than alternating the direction of the bores from both ends of the crankarms as on the 3D road cranks. Through this same-end drilling process, Rotor is able to relieve the 3D Plus crankarms of even more excess material, and therefore excess weight, while maintaining the rigidity and strength that you need. The CNC-machine work and laser-etched graphics give Rotor cranks a distinctly industrial appearance.

The 30mm alloy spindle is sized to work with BB Right bottom bracket standards. Rotor's clever design and machine work is evidenced by its use of a locking pre-load collar that makes bearing adjustment a breeze once the crankarms are installed and torqued to spec. This pre-load collar is another difference from the standard 3D road cranks, as they use a different system to connect everything together.

The Rotor 3D Plus Road Crankset with Round Chainrings is compatible with Cervelo BB right specification, and classic threaded frames, using Rotor "BSA30" BB cups. It is available with a 175mm crankarm length as a compact 50/34t with round chainrings. The 3D Plus Cranks have a 147mm Q-factor. Please note that these chainrings are not compatible with 11-speed shift systems.

Tech Specs

Arm Length:
175 mm
Chainring Sizes:
34 x 50 t
Bolt Circle Diameter:
110 mm
Bottom Bracket:
68mm
BB Type:
BB Right
BB Threading:
68mm
Bolts:
five bolt pattern
Rings:
2
Spindle:
30mm
Compatible Components:
BBright, All 110BCD Q-Ring oval chainrings and round chainrings
Claimed Weight:
[172.5mm] 688 g
Recommended Use:
road cycling

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Hi, does it compatible with the shimano...

Hi, does it compatible with the shimano 5700s ?

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Greeting - f your frame has BB30 - should be good to go ;)

Unanswered Question

So I'm not concerned with packaging but I...

So I'm not concerned with packaging but I do need the shims. Assume it is supposed to come with both sides, correct? Also, does it have full manufacturer warranty?

I am interested in buying the rotor 3d...

I am interested in buying the rotor 3d crankset for my cervelo r3 2014 which I upgraded from 105 original version to RED22 however I have two questions:
1. It says it won�t work with 11 speed shift systems and I already installed the sram 22 groupset except for the crankset. I left the original fsa.
2. If it works, I am curious if it comes ready to be installed or if I have to buy an adaptor in order to install it.

Thank you
Nicolas

Responded on

I am in the same position with an S5. My impression is that this crank is $300 instead of $850 because they are going to come out with a new similar crank that is 11 speed compatible - but cannot say that this one will work with 11 speed systems. I anticipate that this one will work - as how much space between the front rings change. Maybe you would be better off getting the Force 22 crank as it appears to be BB compatible. See cervelo forum on there website.

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Rotor website states "?10,5 speed? design makes NoQ Chainrings compatible with all 10 and 11 speed drivetrains." At $299 even if you end up swapping chainring it is still a better choice than Sram Force/Red 22 crankest.

Best Answer Responded on

I'm running this crankset with Record 11 right now. It's my first experience with Campy and their excessive options of trim. That being said, I have had a couple of instances where the chain has been riding on top of the smaller chainring without engaging but when I realized this was happening, I found that I hadn't shifted through all of the clicks and when I did it worked great. With SRAM, I'd imagine this would never had been an issue. From what I've been reading, at 11 speed, Campy, Shimano, and SRAM are compatible so you should be good to go.

110 PCD or 130PCD?

110 PCD or 130PCD?

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Jack,

The Compact (34/50T) crankset will have a 110 BCD whereas the Standard (39/53T) will have a 130 BCD. Currently we only have the Standard option available (130 BCD).

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The two parts are missing.

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i bought this crankset and disappointed its package and missing parts.
there is no Left Crank Bolt and 11.5mm spacer.
and it delivered without rotor original box. just covered plastic bag like bulk product.
It seems they sent me the returned product because no rotor original box and missing two parts.
I am very angry and disappointed.

The two parts are missing.
Responded on

Kunhee,
I apologize for the missing parts, and please know we stand behind our product 100%. Please contact me directly at 801-736-6396 x4378 and we'll make this right. The cranks were a bulk OEM buy from a manufacturer, thus the great pricing, but that is the reason there was no original packaging.

Responded on

So instead of contacting CC for help, you just decided to take to the intarwebs and crap on everyone's head?
Want an actual review?
I bought these when I bought a new group about 2 years ago. As light as Dura-Ace 7800, which were DAMN light, and stiffer than the same 7800 crankset.
Standard 24mm axle on mine, and they work perfectly with the Enduro ceramic BB in my Ridley.
I did lose the non-drive crank bolt on a ride, but Rotor sent me out a new one free, and I didn't even have to go on the internet and crap on them. A simple phone call got the job done.
Light, stiff, and they look damn cool. What more could one want?