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    New Enduro Comp SE 29 and XX1 Conversion

    Hey guy's. Well I finally did it and ordered an XL Enduro SE 29r.

    I've been eyeballing the XX1 group for a while now, and am thinking I would like the simplicity and weight reduction of the XX1.

    Question: What do I need to know about the Enduro's PF30 BB and Q factor limitations before I plunk down the cash on the groupset? Is it a straight remove and replace as long as the QF will clear the stays? I guess I just need to know what should I order?

    I'm also debating on 170mm crankset vs. the 175mm. I ride in chunky environments 9 out of 10 rides and find I'm striking on my XL 2011 Epic with 175mm cranks. It will only be exacerbated with the Enduro. Thoughts?

    Thanks guys!

    -Doug

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    95% sure you will need the wide q factor cranks, you also know that you can't get an xx1 freehub for the stock wheels on the Enduro Comp?

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    New Enduro Comp SE 29 and XX1 Conversion

    I ride an Enduro with the XX1 group. Get the 168, BB30 edition crank and you are good to go. If you don't like the SRAM chain rings, I use a North shore billet 1x10 spider and a wolftooth components chain ring, or a spiderless wolftooth components ring works great as well.

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    Thanks guy's! #Floor Tom: Yea I know the free hub needs to be changed out too. I'm going to swap my existing I9/Flows to the Enduro. Hey, what's another hundred clams when I'm $1k deep?

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