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Specialized FACT Carbon Cranks clicking
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I've removed and regreased crankset, properly torqued, same with chainring bolts - clicking is most often associated with right foot pushing hard while climbing or sprinting - the bottom bracket feels firm - also sometimes after hard pedaling and coasting for a moment the same click will come from the area as if it is releasing the tension - I've used Phil Woods grease - I welcome suggestions - thanks.

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#2
Try taking out the right and left pedals and grease the threads of it and put it back on. Here is a drawing I made not that long ago.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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