Rotor Press Fit 4130

Rotor Press Fit 4130
23 reviews
Bottom Bracket Diameter
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Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons

  • This bottom bracket has a very good seal, so it lasts a lot longer!
  • The bearings are high quality and run very smoothly.
  • This bottom bracket is not suitable for all BB30 cranksets.
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Specifications

Specifications

Brand
Rotor
Suitable for
Race / MTB
Bottom Bracket Width
86.5 mm / 92 mm
Bottom Bracket Diameter
41 mm
Suitable for bicycle brands
Bianchi / Canyon / Cube / Focus / Giant / Ridley 2019 onward / Scott / Sensa / Koga / Lapierre / Stevens
Suitable for type of bicycle
Roadbike / gravelbike / cyclocross bike
Frame material
Carbon
Bottom Bracket Fit
Internal pressfit bearings
Crankset axle fit
BB30 (30mm)

Description

Description

This Rotor Press Fit bottom bracket 4130 is suitable for cranks with 30mm shaft, and frames with a 41mm diameter bracket pot.

Press Fit bearings are protected in nylon bearing cups, which are pressed into the frame.
The bearings are particularly well sealed to increase the lifespan significantly.
Quality Enduro silicone seals provide an extremely smooth movement with unparalleled protection against dust, water and mud.

Note: The Rotor Press Fit 4130 is only compatible with:
• Rotor 3D+
• Sram S900/S975
• FSA BB386EVO

This bottom bracket is not suitable for:
Specialized FACT cranks, Sram Red, Force, Rival, Apex, and most FSA cranks.

Technology

• Material: steel bearing balls
• Weight: 68 grams
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Reviews

Reviews

3.7 / 5
Average from 23 reviews
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Most recent reviews

1 / 5

Don't buy.

- Wim 23 January 2023

Definitely not ideal for mtb for beach race.

Pros & Cons

Not recommended are quickly broken
Poor quality
Poor sealing
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2 / 5

Poor quality

- Jaap 3 November 2021

Worn out quickly. Only driven about 2000km with it and the drive side already worn out.

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3 / 5

You get what you pay for and these are cheap....

- Werner 9 October 2021

These were installed on a new frame due to supply issues with the BB I actually wanted. From day 1, they ran pretty stiff despite a good preload. OK, thought that would improve. I ride about 1200 km/month and use the bike in all weather conditions. After 500 km: creaking. BB shell measured: perfectly in spec, so that's not it. Reinstalled, applied grease. Everything ok for 100 km, then crackling again, albeit less than before. After 3000 km I replaced them. OK, the load with a 30 mm spindle is big, but still.... You get what you pay for....

Pros & Cons

Cheap
Cracking
Worn out quickly
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4 / 5

Does the job it is asked to do

- Machine 27 June 2021

Does the job it's asked to do. However, given the size of the bearings, durability isn't great, but that's the concession you have to make to be able to fit a crankset with a 30mm axle on a bb86 frame.

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1 / 5

defective after only 2 months

- Patrick 5 September 2020

after 2 months the are already rotten. Cycled about 400km with them on the mtb. Not done anything crazy, no rips and no high-pressure cleaning. I called Mantel for warranty, but no warranty is given on bearings, so tough luck. So I opened up the bearing, which turned out to be rusty already! I really don't recommend these bearings! And too bad there is no guarantee/service from Mantel.

Pros & Cons

no
quick to break down
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Wim, 23 January 2023

Don't buy.

Definitely not ideal for mtb for beach race.

  • Not recommended are quickly broken
  • Poor quality
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Jaap, 3 November 2021

Poor quality

Worn out quickly. Only driven about 2000km with it and the drive side already worn out.

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Werner, 9 October 2021

You get what you pay for and these are cheap....

These were installed on a new frame due to supply issues with the BB I actually wanted. From day 1, they ran pretty stiff despite a good preload. OK, thought that would improve. I ride about 1200 km/month and use the bike in all weather conditions. After 500 km: creaking. BB shell measured: perfectly in spec, so that's not it. Reinstalled, applied grease. Everything ok for 100 km, then crackling again, albeit less than before. After 3000 km I replaced them. OK, the load with a 30 mm spindle is big, but still.... You get what you pay for....

  • Cheap
  • Cracking
  • Worn out quickly
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Machine, 27 June 2021

Does the job it is asked to do

Does the job it's asked to do. However, given the size of the bearings, durability isn't great, but that's the concession you have to make to be able to fit a crankset with a 30mm axle on a bb86 frame.

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Patrick, 5 September 2020

defective after only 2 months

after 2 months the are already rotten. Cycled about 400km with them on the mtb. Not done anything crazy, no rips and no high-pressure cleaning. I called Mantel for warranty, but no warranty is given on bearings, so tough luck. So I opened up the bearing, which turned out to be rusty already! I really don't recommend these bearings! And too bad there is no guarantee/service from Mantel.

  • no
  • quick to break down
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