Mavic Ksyrium Pro Exalith SL Clincher Road Wheels 2017
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Super lightweight alloy wheels that’s get you soaring to the top of the hill. The Mavic Ksyrium Pro Exalith SL Clincher Road Wheels are climbing specialists and will add a new dynamic to your bike.
The unique Ksyrium Pro rims are made from Maxtal alloy and feature a narrower 15mm internal profile compared to other Ksyrium rims. This keeps them lightweight and stiff. The joint is welding using SUP and have Fore drilling for the spoke holes, which allows the nipples to be threaded into the rims for greater strength.
The Exalith 2 braking surfaces uses a combination of a rough file-like texture and a chemical treatment to increase stopping performance. These wheels come with specific brake pads to take full advantage of the braking power.
To keep the hubs lightweight, Mavic uses a carbon shell in front combined with aluminium flanges. The freewheel is steel for long term durability, and can be converted to Campagnolo standard with a freewheel sold separately.
There are 18 spokes in front and 20 in the rear. The front and rear drive side spokes are made from Mavic’s Zicral alloy, while the non-drive side spokes in the rear are carbon, adding extra stiffness. They feature a bladed, straight-pull shape and are lighter than steel spokes, while still keeping the wheels stiff. The shape gives them an aerodynamic advantage as well as balances weight and strength. The front lacing radial pattern, while the rear has a 2 cross lacing.
The Mavic Ksyrium Pro Exalith SL road wheels comes with Yksion Pro tyres in 25c size. The front tyre gets Mavic’s GripLink compound that offers excellent grip, while the rear has the PowerLink compound for super low rolling resistance. This gives a perfect balance between fast riding and cornering control.
- For a longer longevity of the wheel, Mavic recommends that the total weight supported by the wheels don't exceed 120kg, bike included
- Recommended tyre sizes: 25 to 32 mm
- Max. Pressure: 25mm 7.7 bars - 110 PSI
- Weight Front735g
- Weight Pair1650g
- Weight Rear915g
- Weight Tyre 700x25210g
- The Mavic Cosmic Pro Exalith SL Clincher Road wheels are available with 0% APR finance
- Material: Maxtal and 12K carbon fiber
- Height: 45 mm
- Joint: SUP
- Drilling: traditional
- Brake track: Exalith 2
- Weight reduction: ISM
- Valve hole diameter: 6.5 mm
- Tyre: clincher
- Internal width: 17 mm
- ETRTO size: 622x17C
- Material: steel
- Shape: straight pull, bladed, double butted
- Nipples: aluminium, ABS
- Count: front 16, rear 20
- Lacing: front radial, rear Isopulse
- Front and rear bodies: aluminium
- Axle material: aluminium
- Sealed cartridge bearings
- Freewheel: Instant Drive 360
- Freewheel: Shimano/Sram or Campagnolo, convertible to XD-R with optional driver body
- Front axle: Quick Release only
- Rear axle: Quick Release only
- Yksion Pro GripLink (front) & PowerLink (rear)
- Front and Rear Tread: Single Compound
- Casing: 127 TPI
- Breaker: Front Kevlar, Rear polyamide
- Dimension: 25-622 (700x25c)
- BR301 quick releases
- Exalith brake pads
- Rim tape
- Multifunction adjustment wrench
- User guide
Mavic Ksyrium Pro Exalith SL Clincher Road Wheels 2017 Reviews
Customer Reviews (1)
Oh boy these are superb quality, lightweight & stealth like. Also superb fast delivery, thank you Tredz
Oh boy these are superb quality, lightweight & stealth like. Also superb fast delivery, thank you TredzClose review