By now, you’re well aware of Profile Racing‘s classic Mini hubs and their Elite hub that would attract a swarm of bees from the sound. What you probably don’t know is that Profile Racing were the first to engineer a cassette hub for BMX, which ultimately allowed for all of us to run a 9 or 10-tooth driver on the majority of rear wheels today. What you might not know is what the difference is between the drive the Mini hub uses and the driver that the Elite hub uses. The difference is 156 points of engagements and two more pawls. For their latest Tech Tip, Profile have decided to explain the differences and talk about how the pawls are different for each driver. This is a pretty interesting piece to check out if you’re a product or design nerd. Take a peek at it all right here — Tech Tip: What Drives You
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