Is XX1 better than XO1?
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XX1 is for the weight weenie, cross country racer, or light trail rider. It’s for someone who is looking to shave grams, which comes at the cost of not being quite as durable. SRAM X01 is made to take more of a beating. With more alloy parts, X01 is made for the heavy trail rider or enduro racer.
How much does a GX cassette weight?
to 452 g
Despite the increased gear range, almost nothing has changed in terms of pricing and weight of the GX Eagle groupset that SRAM sent us for testing. The price of the cassette remains unchanged at € 220. The weight has increased only marginally from 450 to 452 g, which is absolutely negligible.
Is XX1 an XC?
SRAM’s XX1 Eagle AXS mountain bike groupset is the brand’s most expensive, lightest weight, halo drivetrain developed on the cross-country racetrack. SRAM says it’s best-suited to XC riding, but is more than capable of performing in a wide range of trail-focused applications.
How much does a SRAM GX crankset weight?
|Crank arm length
|165mm, 170mm, 175mm
|49.0mm, 52.0mm, 56.5mm, 66.5mm, 76.5mm
|30T, 32T, 34T
|Weight Based On
|DUB 175mm Boost 32t
What is the Shimano equivalent of SRAM GX?
The SRAM GX Eagle groupset is a worthy contender to Shimano’s XT, offering similar performance to 12-speed options. It’s designed to be lightweight, reliable and suitable for all trail types.
Is AXS lighter?
Breaking those weights down, you’ll actually find that the minimalist GX AXS shifter is very light at just 68g. Compare that to a mechanical GX Eagle shifter with cabling, which comes out to 170g. However, it’s the GX AXS derailleur that is quite a bit heavier than its mechanical counterpart.
How much more gear range does a 500% cassette offer?
This cassette now offers riders a 500% gear range which is 20% more than any other current system out there. It carries with it X-Dome technologies which have, for quite some time now been touted as providing the strongest cassettes on the market.
What is the SRAM Eagle rear cassette size?
With the newest generation of the higher end Eagle drivetrains, you get a 10-52t rear cassette. This gives you a massive range enabling you to pedal up practically anything. When SRAM Eagle first came out, it was only available in the top trims of X01 and XX1. Eventually, GX Eagle came out.
What is the best 1×11 SPD cassette?
X1 is SRAM’s staple 1x11spd drivetrain, it’s not hugely expensive and features tech included in the higher end gear. There’s a ‘Mini Cluster’ cassette that is constructed with three cogs machined from a single billet of steel and the additional 8 cogs pinned together as per GX.
What is the difference between XX and x0 and X9?
Secondly, while the XX and X0 components – cassettes, cranks, brakes, derailleurs and shifters – are all branded as either XX or X0, the X9 and X7 parts keep the names of their manufacturers: Avid, SRAM and Truvativ. “We don’t want to be groups, we want to be families,” Tyler Morland, PR manager for Avid and RockShox, told BikeRadar.