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Echo Titanium Screw-On

Product code: 11192


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Echo Titanium Screw-On

- Echo's Titanium 108 point 9-pawl freewheel.
- Featuring a Titanium centre, Titanium lockring and colour-matched Titanium-Nitride coated (steel) outer ring make this the lightest 18t freewheel available.
- Unique reversed spring system ensures accurate and positive engagement, and also makes the freewheel very loud.
- Nine high quality heat treated steel pawls are offset into groups of three into a tough 36 tooth ratchet, giving the highest number of engagement points of any freewheel available!
- Another great feature of the freewheel is the location of the bearing preload lockring. This is situated against the crank arm to prevent it from coming loose.
- The lockring also tightens down against a set of shims, this has two benefits: It ensures correct bearing preload and stops the lockring from tightening over time and damaging the bearings.
- 1.37" x 24tpi thread fits almost all hubs and cranks.
- 8 large removal pockets are also set into the other side of the freewheel: these do not stick out like tabs, which allows shorter bottom brackets to be run, and therefore better chain lines and increased chain life.
- Weight: Only 146g!

Overall Thickness: 17.07mm

Additional Information

Also compatible with SKF bottom brackets, however you may not be able to run a bashring with this setup - please contact us if you are unsure.

Can be used on the rear as long as you have a hub with standard 1.37" x 24 tpi thread.

Always ensure the lockring is kept tight, failure to do so may limit chances of any warranty replacement being issued. If you need help with how to do this then just give us a call.

These freewheels may appear to 'rattle' from new - this is down to the bearing system. It would be possible to add an extra bearing in and stop the rattle, however this would then cause the freewheel to lock up!

Can be removed with this tool, you do not need the specific Echo tool however it does fit a little better.

Freewheel sound level:

All freewheels tested under similar conditions. Please note that the sound level of a freewheel may change after bedding in. A 10 dB increase in sound level is approximately equivalent to double the perceived volume.


Lance Momon

Good Morning, What sealed sealed 135mm rear hub would you suggest running with the Echo Titanium Freewheel? Or is a standard freehub set-up more realiable. Thankyou

Posted by Lance Momon on 08/12/2010

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/12/2010

Hi, The freewheel setup is super reliable, although it is very loud on the rear and has a little more drag than most freehubs. If you were to run this freewheel on the rear, something like the Trialtech Sport would be ideal since it has threads on both sides, plenty of clearance (to the frame) for the freewheel, a tough steel axle and extremely high quality SKF bearings. Thanks, Adam

brad freeman

how would you bed in a new freewheel like this?

Posted by brad freeman on 22/02/2012

Reply from TartyBikes on 22/02/2012

Hi Brad - The Echo SL 108 and Echo Titanium freewheels are generally quite straight forward to bed in. As they don't come supplied with the internals packed with grease (like most other freewheels) just some light riding initially should be enough to bed them in. For freewheels that do come full of grease the bedding in period is more crucial as they're more liable to skip initially which is where problems can begin to be created. For the Echo freewheels this isn't the case, and as such they don't take long to bed in at all. Thanks, Mark


what would happen if i fit a freewheel tothe front and back of my bike? say i put an 18t on the front and a 14t on the back, do you think it would work? or perhaps work very well or be more durable than just one? i know this is probably a dumb question but im curious.....

Posted by zakk on 06/05/2012

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/05/2012

Hi Zakk - If you used a freewheel on the front and rear it would effectively halve your engagement. The reason for this is that when you pedal, you would first need to engage your front freewheel, then your chain would move a little to then engage your rear freewheel. As a result, I'd recommend sticking with just one freewheel on either the front or rear of your bike. Thanks, Mark

Michael Rojas

Will this work on Skyway Tuff Wheel II ?

Posted by Michael Rojas on 02/03/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/03/2013

Hi Michael - As far as I'm aware, the Skyway Tuff Wheels use a standard freewheel thread so this freewheel should fit on there fine. Thanks, Mark


Hi I'm just wondering what freewheel does flipp use? It sounds very loud!

Posted by Jonny on 20/11/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 21/11/2013

Hi Jonny - I use an Echo SL freewheel. Thanks, Flipp.


Hello- Does this freewheel thread on clockwise or counterclockwise? Cheers

Posted by Dan on 23/09/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 23/09/2014

Hi Dan - all freewheels thread onto the crank in a clock-wise direction. Thanks, Flipp.


Hello is this for 3/32 chains or 1/8 chains ?

Posted by Ben on 31/03/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 01/04/2015

Hi Ben - thanks for your question. This will work with both of those sizes. Thanks, Flipp.

vincent abeyta

what kind of grease to use for mounting this freewheel ? standard water proof grease, or ti prep ? i'm assuming this depends on which material is present at the crank interface.

Posted by vincent abeyta on 10/06/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/06/2015

Hi Vincent - thanks for your question. Ideally, some form of copper grease should be used, though in practice any type of grease is fine. Thanks, Flipp.

Nathan c

Will this freewheel fit on trial tech forged cranks fitted to a onza comp 2012 frame thanks

Posted by Nathan c on 04/09/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2016

Hi Nathan - This freewheel should fit that setup fine. Thanks, Mark


Hi I have been running one of these for a while with no issues other than the teeth being worn. Is it possible to buy just the outer cage or is buying a complete new one the only option?

Posted by Jack on 16/04/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/04/2017

Hi Jack - Unfortunately Echo don't stock spare driveshells/outers for these freewheels, sorry! The only option would be to buy a new one. Thanks, Mark

Seb K

Hello . I want to use a freewheel for my rear hub but it's an Ebike so the hub is the motor . It has a screw thread but not sure what the pitch is . I want to get the Echo Titanium Screw On freewheel . Please help . Thank you .

Posted by Seb K on 15/03/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 16/03/2018

Hi Seb - If you're able to let us know which hub type it is, measure the threaded section and/or grab some photos of it we'll do our best to help. Without that info we couldn't say whether our screw-on freewheels will fit, sorry. Thanks, Mark


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Echo Titanium

Posted by Vegard on 29/02/2012

Bought this freewheel just because of its weight, and did not expect it to hold my riding. Bedded it in by riding around two days (4-5h) and not trialsin, chilling around with the dirtbikers, even a trip to the shop or two. This did obviusly not work, as it skipped ALOT the first to weeks. Couldn't be botherd to change it, so just ignored it as it was only skipping one engagement. Well it got better after much riding, and now after 1.5 years it better than ever. Skips less than anything else i have owned. Even better than the legendairy White Industries ENO. The weight and sound is very impressive compared to any other freewheel aswell.. The only negative thing i can see with it, is that the outer ring itself is steel. Which have began to rust.. Doesn't look good, but that just my fault not oiling and cleaning it.

Reply from TartyBikes on 29/02/2012

Hi Vegard - I'm glad the freewheel has worked well for you, especially for this long! Thanks for the detailed review.

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