BB386evo explanation (English)


BB386evo explanation (English)

A new video with the full explanation of the new standard BB386evo: how it works and full compatibilities.
Language: English

Tagged with bb386evo, k-force, standard


  1. Soeren Starander
    Is it possible to change the bearings from the cups in the BSA version or must I buy new set of cups with the bearings installed ? If so is there a special tool avaliabel to buy ?
    » Soeren Starander
    October 09, 2012
  2. Gloria Radaelli
    Dear Soeren,

    You just need to use this tool: 800-0105 EE073 M/exo Bearing Removal/ Installation Tool.
    You find the details in FSA website:

    Gloria - FSA-Full Speed Ahead

    October 10, 2012
  3. Marcelo Aliberti
    Hi, I would like to know the exact BB combo to fit the K force Light 386 EVO to my 2012 Scott CR1 frame (86mm wide)
    » Marcelo Aliberti
    May 24, 2013
  4. Gloria Radaelli
    Hi Marcelo,
    We have a specific BB, called BB86/30 Adapter (EE120).
    For the crankset, the current version of the FSA BB386EVO cranksets are not compatible with this adapter, but we are selling now new cranksets which work with BB86/30.
    In order to check if the crank is compatible or not, please check if on the spindle of the crankset is written 'Compatible with BB86'.
    If you have more technical question, please refer to our tech dpt:
    Thanks a lot
    May 27, 2013
  5. Marcelo Aliberti
    Hi Gloria,

    I sent a message to, but didn't receive any feedback. Are there other means of reach you?

    » Marcelo Aliberti
    July 24, 2013
  6. Gloria Radaelli
    Hi Marcelo, I'm sending you an email.
    July 24, 2013
  7. Derek Mattice

    I have a K Force Light 386 EVO crankset and on the spindle it says BB30/86, so will my crank work with the EE120 adaptor in a BB86 frameset? Need to know rather quickly, I am in the middle of building a bike and the Enduro bb for 386 to bb86 does not work with my crankset, it binds as I tighten the non drive arm so I'm stuck on this build right now.

    » Derek Mattice
    August 14, 2013
  8. Gloria Radaelli
    Hi Derek,
    you need to check on the splindle of the crankset if it's written: BB386/30 Compatible.
    Only the last generation of the cranksets has this compatibility.
    If you have some other doubt, please write to our technical assistance:
    August 20, 2013
  9. José Antonio
    Hi Gloria,
    What measures have changed in the new crank 386EVO?
    » José Antonio
    September 02, 2013
  10. Alberto Villa
    Hi José
    Here's the measures for the new crankset BB386EVO

    Length - L170mm, L172.5mm, L175mm
    Q-Factor - 147mm
    BCD - 110mm ABS
    46/36T, 50/34T, 52/36T, 53/39T
    Weight - 584 grams

    Thank you For writing us

    September 02, 2013

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