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    SRAM XX1 cranks and 10 speed

    I was wondering if the new XX1 crankset would work with a SRAM 10spd chain and Sram 10spd cassette or would a XX1 Crankset with XX1 chain work with a SRAM 10spd Cassette?



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    I believe SRAM says the xx1 chainring will work with a 10 speed chain. The xx1 chain is slightly narrower so the 10 speed will fit over the teeth without issue.
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    Sounds good, would a chain device be required also with the xx1 cranks and 10spd chain or would it not drop a chain like if the cranks were run ith a xx1 chain?

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    That I don't know. It would depend on your riding style and terrain. I'm sure coupled with a type 2 derailleur it would be pretty good. I wasn't able to get the chain to jump off at all with the full xx1 setup. It's also dead silent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VERT1 View Post
    Sounds good, would a chain device be required also with the xx1 cranks and 10spd chain or would it not drop a chain like if the cranks were run ith a xx1 chain?

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    ilikebmx is right on. The security of the chain on the XX1 setup is a combination of the Type2 rear derailleur AND the taller teeth of the chainring. I think you'd be pretty happy with just having the taller teeth on the front chainring.

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    Is any shop stocked and selling XX1 yet? October is well underway...

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    They can be ordered from J+B importers (find a shop who works with them). Your guess is as good as mine as to whether it will actually be in stock or not.

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    Quality has a preorder going for it right now (or did). Nothing has popped up in stock yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wschruba View Post
    They can be ordered from J+B importers (find a shop who works with them). Your guess is as good as mine as to whether it will actually be in stock or not.
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    Quality has a preorder going for it right now (or did). Nothing has popped up in stock yet.
    Same here in EU. I was told the expected availability is around 20th.

    Also, on a not so related note, I wasn't able to find out how does the other (the left) grip look like for the XX1 gripshift. There's no need for the bulge, but I'd like to see and feel at least some symmetry there. I'm still deciding between the gripshift and the trigger.

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    jensonusa.com has the chainrings listed available on 5th Nov and the cassette listed as 7th Dec....

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    The other good news from this post seems to be that an xx1 spider will fit on non xx1 removeable spider cranks such as x0, the oem carbon arms, x9, aka and maybe one version of the x7 arms as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben_stamp View Post
    The other good news from this post seems to be that an xx1 spider will fit on non xx1 removeable spider cranks such as x0, the oem carbon arms, x9, aka and maybe one version of the x7 arms as well
    Anyone have any info as to whether or not SRAM plans to make the xx1 spider available as a separate piece?

    I am not much interested in the 11-speed setup, but fitting a xx1 spider / chainring to my XO cranks would be great for my 1x10 setup assuming that would mean I could ditch my chain guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOK View Post
    Anyone have any info as to whether or not SRAM plans to make the xx1 spider available as a separate piece?

    I am not much interested in the 11-speed setup, but fitting a xx1 spider / chainring to my XO cranks would be great for my 1x10 setup assuming that would mean I could ditch my chain guide.
    Word on the street is yes they do plan on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOK View Post
    Anyone have any info as to whether or not SRAM plans to make the xx1 spider available as a separate piece?

    I am not much interested in the 11-speed setup, but fitting a xx1 spider / chainring to my XO cranks would be great for my 1x10 setup assuming that would mean I could ditch my chain guide.
    I would expect the aftermarket to offer a spiderless XX1 chainring, which I think would be a more elegant solution than a spider & ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabrabu View Post
    I would expect the aftermarket to offer a spiderless XX1 chainring, which I think would be a more elegant solution than a spider & ring.
    That would be cool, but I wonder if SRAM will license the alternating thick/thin chainring design to aftermarket producers. Aftermarket direct mount rings for 1x10 exist now, the advantage of XX1 is the ring design.

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    Actually J&B has them listed as "expected 11/30".
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    Quote Originally Posted by illnacord View Post
    Actually J&B has them listed as "expected 11/30".
    11/27 on Chain Reaction.

    "Available in October". I really hope they meant this year's October.

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    So if anybody really knows if the new XX1 crankset (chainring) would work with a 10spd chain ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSurblys View Post
    So if anybody really knows if the new XX1 crankset (chainring) would work with a 10spd chain ??
    It does. I stated that above.

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    I've got some answers from Competitive cyclist :

    "Hopefully I can help demystify the hacking of the XX1 group. The XX1 crank and chain will work as a single-speed or one-by-10 setup. If someone is currently running 9/10 on their bike, the 11-spd chain and crank will work with their cassette and derailleur. This is the ONLY part of the XX1 group that is hackable. The XX1 rear derailleur cannot be used in some fantastical creation of 1-by-whatever that someone thinks it should work with. It won’t work. You can definitely run the a Shimano or a SRAM derailleur with the chain and crank and you shouldn’t have a problem.

    With that being said, if someone is using the XX1 crank and chain in a 1-by-9 or 1-by-10 they should consider using a clutch rear derailleur, if they aren’t already. This will give them a more secure setup that the XX1 aims to achieve as a group, without needing a chainguide.

    The thing to keep in mind with using the XX1 crankset is that it has to be used with the 11-spd chain. There was talk of using a regular 10-spd chain working, but it is best to stick with the 11-spd for 1-by-whatever or single speed.""

    If the crankset works only with the 11 sp. chain, it's not really so cool, cause the 11sp. chain price is totally insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSurblys View Post

    The thing to keep in mind with using the XX1 crankset is that it has to be used with the 11-spd chain. There was talk of using a regular 10-spd chain working, but it is best to stick with the 11-spd for 1-by-whatever or single speed.""

    If the crankset works only with the 11 sp. chain, it's not really so cool, cause the 11sp. chain price is totally insane.
    I read that the 11-sp chain has the same inner width as a 10-sp chain. The plates are just a little thinner. If the inner width is the same, then why wouldn't a 10-sp chain work with the XX1 chainring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabrabu View Post
    I read that the 11-sp chain has the same inner width as a 10-sp chain. The plates are just a little thinner. If the inner width is the same, then why wouldn't a 10-sp chain work with the XX1 chainring?
    Exactly lol. That's why I said a 10 speed chain will work just fine. I heard it straight from a SRAM employee.

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    Once they come out with X01/X91 or whatever they call the trickle down technology then I'll be in good shape.

    - Buy sprider/chainring for my existing X0/XX cranks
    - Buy 11 speed X01/X91 chain, which will be cheaper than XX1 chain
    - Buy 11 speed X01/X91 shifter and derailleur, cheaper of course
    - Buy 11 speed X01/X91 cassette, which will be "normal" vs made out of once piece unicorn tears

    So yea, once X01 or X91 whatever they call the trickle down is on the market, and I wear out my current 1x10/2x10 drivetrains, I'm all in. I'll buy it for both the trail 26er and the race 29er.

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    I'm not sure the new feehub design lends itself to any other cassette design than the machined-from-one-piece type cassette. There are no splines for the 10 T cog to mount on, so at the very least the smallest cogs would have to be machined from one peice and the rest joined together like the 1080 cassette. All of the torque from the gears get transfered through the cassette up to the 42T cog, then transfered to the freehub. On the XX / XO cassettes, the 11T has splines and transmits torque to the freehub body.
    Also, while 9 and 10 speed chains will fit on the front chain ring, the "wide" teeth will not fit as snug against the outer links of the chain as it would on an 11 speed chain.

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    I'm imagining a carrier setup or something could be cheaper and heavier. We'll see. Aluminium 42T is what I don't like about this setup and what I don't like about the current XX cassette. Wears out SO fast.

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    42T are alot of teeth to spread out the chain load. I wouldn't be too worried about wearing that out. The SRAM Red cassette is using the same set up with an aluminum low cog, and those are available down to a 23 tooth low cog. The chainring would wear out before the 42T cog. I'm more worried about the 10T wearing out, since it's not replaceable. I tend to wear out the 11T cog on my cassettes when I run 1x9 on a bike.

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    Great point! It could be a function of when I use 2x10, I spend a lot of time racing cross chained in the 39/36 and I destroy the 36T ring like that.

    I just switched over my "fun" bike to 1x10 with a 30T and the "race" bike is still on XX 2x10, but now with a PG-1070 rear cassette. With the 30T front, I venture to guess I will spend a LOT less time in the 36T because I don't use the full granny that much.

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    Wondering if the sram 10-speed powerlink / powerlock chain connector is supposed to be used with the xx1 chain, or if they provide a special one for that (which seems more logical ofc). Anyone's got any info on that though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ypocat View Post
    Wondering if the sram 10-speed powerlink / powerlock chain connector is supposed to be used with the xx1 chain, or if they provide a special one for that (which seems more logical ofc). Anyone's got any info on that though?
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    SS chain set up

    I hear the comments of the xx1 chain lasting longer than regular setups. Does the thought apply to running a SS setup with XX1 crankset?
    I am leaning to a 1090 or even 1070 for a little more material to take the SS torquing a little better. Am I on the right track? If not, what am I missing?

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    Is there a matching LEFT grip(not shifter) for 1x10 or 1x11 setups that will match the X0, XX, XX1 gripshifter?

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    For shits today, we took the spider off an xx1 crank, and it does fit perfectly on an xo crank. We also ran a 10speed chain on the xx1, seems to be just fine.

    Question is, when will sram release the spider, hopefully soon.

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    So next question, will the fancy XX1 chain work on the 10 speed cassette? From what I've read the 11 speed chain matches up with the front ring to help prevent chain drop.

    If I could run a regular 10 speed cassette/shifter/derailleur, I'd be totally happy to put the XX1 spider on my X0 crank and run a XX1 chain. That way I could get away without a chain guide I've found that I'm VERY satisfied with a 1x10 with a 30T front ring and 11-36 cassette. At least for the SE mountains (North GA/Pisgah/etc)

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    Or, is the width of the cogs on the 10sp the same as the 11sp or not? If width is different but cog spacing is the same... its conceivable that one could run the new type RD and use limiting screws to keep to 10. Depends on cog spacing and respective throw from the RD.

    Ill go toy around at the shop in a bit and find out.

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    the xx1 spider that fit on an XO crank, was it a gxp crank or a bb30 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sethic View Post
    Is there a matching LEFT grip(not shifter) for 1x10 or 1x11 setups that will match the X0, XX, XX1 gripshifter?
    not sure I like the left grip not being consistently thick to mirror the shifter side. Probably not, need to try it first, but I'm less inclined now.
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    @ypocat, do you know whats the model name of the matching left grip? I've been trying to find where to buy it online but can't find it anywhere. Thanks!!

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    I assume with the 11/10 speed chain being narrower a 9 speed would work just fine? Thinking of picking up a set of the xx1 cranks for my 1x9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellobennguyen View Post
    @ypocat, do you know whats the model name of the matching left grip? I've been trying to find where to buy it online but can't find it anywhere. Thanks!!
    The grips come with the shifters. I imagine replacement grips will be available soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdiddy View Post
    The grips come with the shifters. I imagine replacement grips will be available soon enough.
    Yep that's a single package only. At least that's what the shop says. I still haven't got mine (already got the cassette and rear derailleur fitted on my bike). Talk about distributor / channel fiasco. Everything points to January now.

    But I really can't imagine having asymmetric bar - one side thicker than the other - so I'll start with the trigger shifter and see if I stick with it. I've been always a gripshift guy though.

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    XO crank, XX1 spider and 36t ring, KMC 10 spd. chain, and SRAM PG-1050 cassette - several hundred miles so far, no issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoahColorado View Post
    XO crank, XX1 spider and 36t ring, KMC 10 spd. chain, and SRAM PG-1050 cassette - several hundred miles so far, no issues.
    What rear mech are you running? I'm interested to see if there are any dropped chain issues with older x0 or XX non clutch type rear deraileurs.

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    X9 Type 2, short cage. My guess would be that a Shadow + or Type 2 is required for this setup - I don't think a standard derailleur would keep the chain on the teeth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linerider View Post
    I hear the comments of the xx1 chain lasting longer than regular setups. Does the thought apply to running a SS setup with XX1 crankset?
    I am leaning to a 1090 or even 1070 for a little more material to take the SS torquing a little better. Am I on the right track? If not, what am I missing?

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    No. Using an XX1 crank or ring for singlespeed is a waste. Use a plain chainring without shift ramps or any special profiling. This will be 3/32 or 1/8 thick.

    Use 1/8" wide chain. The bushed area of the inner side plate that bears on the pins is generally wider, increasing life over narrower chain. Also, the rollers are in much more contact area with the sprockets, which arguably reduces wear on them as well. However, the main reason to use 1/8 chain is because it is extremely cheap. You could buy ten singlespeed chains for one XX1 chain.

    Don't use single sprockets from cassettes either. Some frames have enough flex that a chain tensioned on the tight side could still jump off the sprocket under very rough pedaling. Use cheap singlespeed sprockets with full height teeth.

    XX1 rings were designed to retain the chain when there is variable chainline and variable chain tension, as occurs with derailleur gears. Singlespeed does not have these problems, and wide chains on wide rings have perfect chain retention unless the chain is very very loose. Loose enough that it was never properly tensioned to start with. You could tension a new singlespeed chain, and blow it through 1% wear without ever retensioning it, and not drop your chain.

    Quote Originally Posted by rodeoj View Post
    Or, is the width of the cogs on the 10sp the same as the 11sp or not? If width is different but cog spacing is the same... its conceivable that one could run the new type RD and use limiting screws to keep to 10. Depends on cog spacing and respective throw from the RD.

    Ill go toy around at the shop in a bit and find out.
    I believe both spacing and width are different. I also believe the shift ratio of the RD is different, so you can't use it in a 10 speed system. I also don't know why you would want to do this. The derailleur is huge and expensive and we have plenty of ten speed options with Type 2 or Shadow Plus.

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    Ok I have just been for a 2 1/2 hour ride with my Jet9 RDO with full XX1 set up, But took the wheel with the XX1 cassette off & fitted the wheel with the 10 speed casette on it gave it a small tune & went out for my ride.

    Here is how it went.

    Shifter Rear cog
    1st 1st = mint
    2nd 2nd = mint
    3rd 3rd = mint
    4th 4th = mint
    5th 5th = mint
    6th 6th = mint
    7th 7th = mint
    8th 8th = mint
    9th 9th = mint
    10th 10th = clicking & not changing down
    11th 10th = mint

    So is well usable & can work well, not perfect but for those that want to build a XX1 bike but cant get the free hub yet, short term you can get away with running the 10 speed cassette.

    I hope this helps someone.
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    Anyone using the XX1 cranks with a MRP style guide? I understand that the chainring is designed to keep the chain from dropping, but having the protection of the taco guard is what I am after. I also noticed that on the XX1 cranks the Q-factor is narrower than the XO and X9 cranks. Will that affect chainguide set-up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calhoun View Post
    Anyone using the XX1 cranks with a MRP style guide? I understand that the chainring is designed to keep the chain from dropping, but having the protection of the taco guard is what I am after. I also noticed that on the XX1 cranks the Q-factor is narrower than the XO and X9 cranks. Will that affect chainguide set-up?
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    If you are running a Type 2 rear derailieur you really don't need the chain guide.

    There is to options for Q factor but the chain ring is in the same place for both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calhoun View Post
    Anyone using the XX1 cranks with a MRP style guide? I understand that the chainring is designed to keep the chain from dropping, but having the protection of the taco guard is what I am after. I also noticed that on the XX1 cranks the Q-factor is narrower than the XO and X9 cranks. Will that affect chainguide set-up?
    I'd recommend a chainguide for full-suspension setups, our new AMg is perfect for use with XX1. It pairs a sturdy upper guide and an integrated bashguard, it lacks a lower retention mechanism - which with XX1 rings and Type2 derailleur is a little excessive.

    The narrower Q-factor XX1 cranks do not play well with chain guides in certain configurations - especially as you get into the smaller, 30 and 28t chainrings. The upper guide runs out of room to slide down - inhibited by the crankarm shape.

    The normal Q-factor XX1 cranks are compatible with all the guides we've tested so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoahColorado View Post
    I'd recommend a chainguide for full-suspension setups, our new AMg is perfect for use with XX1. It pairs a sturdy upper guide and an integrated bashguard, it lacks a lower retention mechanism - which with XX1 rings and Type2 derailleur is a little excessive.

    The narrower Q-factor XX1 cranks do not play well with chain guides in certain configurations - especially as you get into the smaller, 30 and 28t chainrings. The upper guide runs out of room to slide down - inhibited by the crankarm shape.

    The normal Q-factor XX1 cranks are compatible with all the guides we've tested so far.

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    Awesome, thanks for the response.

    I have a Zee Shadow+ derailleur and like the idea of an upper chain guide. Would love to lose the roller on the guide bottom, since so far I break those off.
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    Hi
    So are you saying that with your testing you found the chain coming off to be a problem on a XX1 crank with a clutch type rear derailieur ?


    Quote Originally Posted by NoahColorado View Post
    I'd recommend a chainguide for full-suspension setups, our new AMg is perfect for use with XX1. It pairs a sturdy upper guide and an integrated bashguard, it lacks a lower retention mechanism - which with XX1 rings and Type2 derailleur is a little excessive.

    The narrower Q-factor XX1 cranks do not play well with chain guides in certain configurations - especially as you get into the smaller, 30 and 28t chainrings. The upper guide runs out of room to slide down - inhibited by the crankarm shape.

    The normal Q-factor XX1 cranks are compatible with all the guides we've tested so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muzzanic View Post
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    So are you saying that with your testing you found the chain coming off to be a problem on a XX1 crank with a clutch type rear derailieur ?
    He does have to sell his product too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muzzanic View Post
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    So are you saying that with your testing you found the chain coming off to be a problem on a XX1 crank with a clutch type rear derailieur ?
    So far in my testing (which is with 10-speed and KMC chain) the chain hasn't come off in 261mi. of mixed surface riding on a hardtail - pretty impressive! I have noticed that the teeth have worn to the point where I can pull the chain off the ring with ease - when it was new that was hard to do. So as the chainring wears I think it's retention abilities decrease.

    I don't believe I could get away with MY current drivetrain on MY full-suspension bike sans guide. Also, I wouldn't want to run it on an aggressive full-suspension bike without some kind of chainring protection anyway (XX1 chainrings are ~$100) - and the only option there is our XCG product, and if I was gonna run that - I may as well run the upper guide to ensure the chain NEVER comes off (worth it to me for 42 grams). XCG + upper guide = AMg.

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    I have been running a XX1 10 Speed setup without chainguide (XX1 Cranks, X9 Type 2 rear deraileur, PG1090 Chain, Sram XX cassette) on my Trance X29. Whilst I have only taken the bike on 3 rides thus far I have ridden a variety of terrain a well as hitting small jumps and drops. I am pleased to say that I haven't dropped the chain yet and im impressed with its performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ypocat View Post
    not sure I like the left grip not being consistently thick to mirror the shifter side. Probably not, need to try it first, but I'm less inclined now.
    Why not use your own grip? That is what I do for my 9 speed shifters. I cut the rubber grip to the size I want to use and then use wire ties to keep it from moving old school.
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    I use lockon Oury's cut to size with my 9 speed X.0 grip shifters, haven't had them slip only using a lock ring on the outside.
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    Running an XX1 crankset with a 30T MRP podium chairing and have to ride it more to get feedback to post - waiting on a smaller cog. Anyone have a suggestion with what to do with the XX1 spider and chainring combo that came off the crankset?
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    Quote Originally Posted by illnacord View Post
    Running an XX1 crankset with a 30T MRP podium chairing and have to ride it more to get feedback to post - waiting on a smaller cog. Anyone have a suggestion with what to do with the XX1 spider and chainring combo that came off the crankset?
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    Quote Originally Posted by illnacord View Post
    Running an XX1 crankset with a 30T MRP podium chairing and have to ride it more to get feedback to post - waiting on a smaller cog. Anyone have a suggestion with what to do with the XX1 spider and chainring combo that came off the crankset?
    Is it a BB30 crank? I would be interested in buying the spider.

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    Can I run the chain/cassette with a non-XX1 crank?

    I'm looking to run a non-XX1 crank with an unramped ring, can I put an XX1 chain and cassette on (or just cassette and run a 10 speed chain)?

    In other words, is there some way for my to use the cassette/rear derailleur/shifter without the cranks/chainring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walt View Post
    I'm looking to run a non-XX1 crank with an unramped ring, can I put an XX1 chain and cassette on (or just cassette and run a 10 speed chain)?

    In other words, is there some way for my to use the cassette/rear derailleur/shifter without the cranks/chainring?

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    Since I've got a bunch of SRAM guys in here - what's the best BB for the XX1 crank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by limba View Post
    Since I've got a bunch of SRAM guys in here - what's the best BB for the XX1 crank?
    What bike are you puting it in ? BB30 or GXP ?
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    GXP. Should I buy the regular 30 dollar one or are the ceramics worth it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by limba View Post
    GXP. Should I buy the regular 30 dollar one or are the ceramics worth it?
    I run big dollar bikes but just use the cheap BB, I have run the ceramic's but the water & dirt can still get in if you ride in the mud alot so I just replace it more often.
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    Yeah, that's what I was thinking. I'll start with the cheap one and see how it goes. Thanks.

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    Does anyone have experience running the XX1 crank with a standard non-clutch type derailleur? I'm running a long cage X0 derailleur that I'm pretty smitten with, and I'm not quite ready to let it go for a type 2 derailleur.

    I plan to run the XX1 crank with no guide + long cage standard derailleur. Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben_Im View Post
    Does anyone have experience running the XX1 crank with a standard non-clutch type derailleur? I'm running a long cage X0 derailleur that I'm pretty smitten with, and I'm not quite ready to let it go for a type 2 derailleur.

    I plan to run the XX1 crank with no guide + long cage standard derailleur. Any thoughts?
    You will still need a guide without a clutch style rear derailuer.

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    Will the new XX1 derailleur work with XX shifter and cass. No say when Chris King will make their new freehub for the XX1. I'm wanting the derailleur for slap reasons. But current setup is XX.
    I may just have to get shifter and derail XX1, but still concerns if XX cass will mate with XX1 derailleur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben_Im View Post
    Does anyone have experience running the XX1 crank with a standard non-clutch type derailleur? I'm running a long cage X0 derailleur that I'm pretty smitten with, and I'm not quite ready to let it go for a type 2 derailleur.

    I plan to run the XX1 crank with no guide + long cage standard derailleur. Any thoughts?
    A very fast cat1/pro cx rider ran an xx1 ring(well a prototype ring with same teeth profile on a red crank), 10 speed shifters, 10 speed cassette, and regular Red rear derailleur all season and never dropped a chain without using a guide. Not mtb, but he definitely ran it through its paces.
    After seeing that I'm going to run an xx1 crank with an X0 1x10 setup on my rigid 29er.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben_Im View Post
    Does anyone have experience running the XX1 crank with a standard non-clutch type derailleur? I'm running a long cage X0 derailleur that I'm pretty smitten with, and I'm not quite ready to let it go for a type 2 derailleur.

    I plan to run the XX1 crank with no guide + long cage standard derailleur. Any thoughts?
    I think it will work with just adding the XX1 crank. I think adding the clutch type derailleur adds additional security but I don't think it's absolutely necessary. This might be apple to oranges comparison here but a few years ago I was running an ENO SS crank with a 9 spd cassette, long cage der. (it would be even better with a medium) on a Jet9 with no upper chain keeper. The chain never dropped. So I'm thinking a full XX drivetrain converted with XX1 crank and chain should work just fine.



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    1-bar whats the crank arm bolt (M8?) that is holding your ENO crankset on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoahColorado View Post
    XO crank, XX1 spider and 36t ring, KMC 10 spd. chain, and SRAM PG-1050 cassette - several hundred miles so far, no issues.
    Where did you buy the xx1 spider?

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    Great Thread!

    I'm gonna be running a XX1 crank with XX1 32 and or 30 T ring with the XX1 chain.
    However , here's were I'm hoping things stay on track.
    I'm running the above as a 10 speed with a Shimano Saint clutch deraileur and a Shimano 11-36 cassette.... For added chain stay ( probably not required) and bash I'm finishing off this drive train with an MRP Micro guide/bash.

    From what I've read ( and hope) this should work fine..... Please advise
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradical View Post
    Great Thread!

    I'm gonna be running a XX1 crank with XX1 32 and or 30 T ring with the XX1 chain.
    However , here's were I'm hoping things stay on track.
    I'm running the above as a 10 speed with a Shimano Saint clutch deraileur and a Shimano 11-36 cassette.... For added chain stay ( probably not required) and bash I'm finishing off this drive train with an MRP Micro guide/bash.

    From what I've read ( and hope) this should work fine..... Please advise
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    Sounds good. I would just use a 10 speed chain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azpoolguy View Post
    Sounds good. I would just use a 10 speed chain.
    True a 10 speed chain would work, but I will gain chain retention with the XX1 chain and then I'm sitting pretty if I decide to go full into XX1 cassette and derialuer.....or into some trickle down XO of X9 11 speed components

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradical View Post
    True a 10 speed chain would work, but I will gain chain retention with the XX1 chain and then I'm sitting pretty if I decide to go full into XX1 cassette and derialuer.....or into some trickle down XO of X9 11 speed components
    Why would you not get the same chain retention regardless of whether 10 or 11-spd chain? Isn't that all about the teeth on the chain ring?

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    No, the 1 chain is designed to fit with the alternating shaped teeth on the ring. It's not a normal chain.

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    I'm running a mixed SRAM-Shimano 1x10 with XX1 crankset without problems. Using XO 11-36 cassette, XTR shifters and Shadow+ mech. I've had no chain derailments since adding the XX1 crankset, although I had some on the previous e13 chainring with no guide in spite of the clutch-type mech. Chainring is 32 tooth, but I bought a 28 as well for seriously major climbs and haven't used it yet. Will probably upgrade to full XX1 eventually for the wider gear range, but 32 with 11-36 gets you most places. Don't know if SRAM has a patent on the wide-narrow chainring teeth, but it's such a simple idea for single rings it's a wonder no-one thought of it before.

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    Just a point of clarification: I'm running a 10 speedchain, which has not derailed once from the XX1 chainring. I ride some pretty rough terrain and have completed two 3 hour races with this setup. I measured the 10 speed chain against a new XX1 chain and could not find a measurable difference in width or spacing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nole View Post
    Just a point of clarification: I'm running a 10 speedchain, which has not derailed once from the XX1 chainring. I ride some pretty rough terrain and have completed two 3 hour races with this setup. I measured the 10 speed chain against a new XX1 chain and could not find a measurable difference in width or spacing.
    i run the same idea, using xx rear d., 10sp chain and cassette, with xx1 crankset. no problem at all. it just become a single speed gear box afterall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkbugs View Post
    i run the same idea, using xx rear d., 10sp chain and cassette, with xx1 crankset. no problem at all. it just become a single speed gear box afterall.
    That's comforting to hear. I'm about to swap my XX crankset for the XX1 on my hardtail...but keeping my regular 10-speed X.0 medium cage RD (non-type 2). Don't want to buy the type 2 to run this if it's not necessary.

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    Just changing the crankset to XX1 !?!?

    Quote Originally Posted by onegymrat View Post
    That's comforting to hear. I'm about to swap my XX crankset for the XX1 on my hardtail...but keeping my regular 10-speed X.0 medium cage RD (non-type 2). Don't want to buy the type 2 to run this if it's not necessary.
    Okay, to me this would be amazing.

    If this can be done and the chain doesn't jump off, then SRAM has done us a kindness. Yes, going all XX1 would be wonderful, but for those that have just made the jump to 1X10 the repeat investment hurts the wallet. The XX cassette is lasting longer than the time it takes for SRAM to come out with the next generation of transmission!

    I will continue with my ethirteen guide for now...but a mid season upgrade could be the XX1 crankset, and remove the guide, this puts a smile on me face :-)

    Keep this thread alive...more user set ups please, and results....thx

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    I'm sure my chain staying put is down to a combination of the XX1 chainring and the Shadow+ derailleur, but I was very occasionally dropping the chain before I changed from the E13 single ring to the XX1. There were a couple of places on tracks I rode regularly, usually compressions taken at speed, where I knew the chain would derail every time. It hasn't happened once since I added the XX1 crankset.

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    Alright guys I wanted to post my personal experience on here to clarify some questions. I recently installed an xx1 crankset on my cdale rz120, was originally planning on mrp micro chain guide and 28t bling ring with my sram xo non clutch type derailluer. I know a lot of people will probably not see the point in a 1x9 but the area I ride has always been an in between from 32 to 22 front rings so for my riding style it works great. moving on now lol
    I decided to switch to a bb30 BB so the chain guide was out of the equation since I also had no iscg tabs. I figured if the bling ring dropped the chain i could always switch back to the sram chain ring or maybe run a tube mount guide. Rode 7 miles the other day on my local trails and never had one hiccup! Everything from rocky fast single track to mud, to big and small drops, climbs, you name it. Bottomed out my rear suspension countless times. Didn't drop one time! I still had my chain cut to 32-34 as well with a med cage derailluer so there was still some slack that could have been removed as well. Time will tell how well this works but so far has been great with no issue at all.
    So to answer some questions, yes it works with 9 speed chains (ran the stock 32 on a short ride and it worked fine) Apparently MRP's bling ring holds the chain very well without a chain guide or alternating teeth, and no a clutch type rear der. is NOT mandatory. Understand that this is my personal experience on my own bike but I can say that I'm very pleased with how it all worked out :-) Results may vary especially on a hard tail or a bike with a long cage but honestly if you're running a 1x you don't need a long cage in the first place and would be better off switching anyway :-P

    Hope this helps some people with their questions regarding compatibilities and such ;-)

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    Sugarfree- Is there any difference in chainline between the XX1 spider/chainring and the Bling Ring?

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    Could the following set up a good choice :
    XX1 Crank
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    In particolar I'm seating on the fence about the chain is xx1 the best choice or is 10v better for this Frankestein set up ?

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    I'm not sure about the chainline I'll check that and report back here in the next day or two when I change my cassette :-) As for the chain I kept my 9 speed chain because i'm not worried about a few extra grams and I also wanted to keep the shift ramps on my current chain as the xx1 doesn't have them and I didn't exactly want to spend $50 on a chain that could possibly not shift right :-P lol
    You could honestly go short cage with a 1x if you wanted since you only have 1 chainring up front just make sure to cut the chain to length with the suspension fully collapsed so you don't run into any issues. I'm only running a med cage because I was running 2x9 with a party crasher before the swap and I'm not going to get a short cage just to have it.
    A short cage would increase the chain tension and help keep it on better most likely but honestly if you're going to buy a new derailluer just get a type 2 in the first place :-/

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    For those of you wondering, one of my buddies is running XX1 cranks/ring with 9 spd Shimano chain and a Saint short cage RD. So far no chain loss on the front and shifts great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limba View Post
    No, the 1 chain is designed to fit with the alternating shaped teeth on the ring. It's not a normal chain.
    It is actually a normal chain with a special coating that is supposed to increase longevity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    For those of you wondering, one of my buddies is running XX1 cranks/ring with 9 spd Shimano chain and a Saint short cage RD. So far no chain loss on the front and shifts great.
    Just an update on the 9 spd setup for everyone. It does drop on very rocky fast sections of trail, but these are about as severe as you will find. I would not recommend this setup unless you ride smoother areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    Just an update on the 9 spd setup for everyone. It does drop on very rocky fast sections of trail, but these are about as severe as you will find. I would not recommend this setup unless you ride smoother areas.
    An MRP AMg guide would help....
    Is the derailuer a clutch type?

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    No clutch 9 spd RD's available. He was already running a chainguide 9 spd XTR setup. The idea behind the XX1 crank was to get rid of the guide.

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    Just FYI for those who want to run the XX1 without a Type 2/clutch derailleur, or had skepticism about that, here is my new setup. XX1 (32t) with X.0 10-speed drivetrain, 11-36 cassette, regular X.0 med cage RD. Installed last night and took it out for a ~13 mile loop. Ran through all the bumpy singletracks I could find...zero chain drops! I did my best to make it fail but it worked beautifully. Super happy with this innovation.

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    Sweet! Thanks for the update!

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    I have the exact same xo set up you had and I want to add in the xx1 crank. Did you have to change your chain? What Q factor did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrange View Post
    I have the exact same xo set up you had and I want to add in the xx1 crank. Did you have to change your chain? What Q factor did you use?
    It was a coin toss but I went with the 168Q. I kept my KMCX10SL 10-speed chain, works perfectly since the 10-speed and 11-speed chains have the same distance between the inner plates. SRAM shaved the outside width, which is the only diff in sizing. I did remove two links to fit the new chainring size (had 39-26 XX crankset previous).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    Just an update on the 9 spd setup for everyone. It does drop on very rocky fast sections of trail, but these are about as severe as you will find. I would not recommend this setup unless you ride smoother areas.
    Theres a lot of variables to take into consideration here like did he properly cut down his chain? what length derailleur is he running? which chain guide? What rear cassette as well as what gear is he in when the chain drops?
    I noticed after i switched from 11-34 to 12-36 that I had a lot more chain slap because on the downhill/flat sections I was forced to use a lower cog hence more extra chain flopping around but if you run a long cage this will only amplify the problem :-P

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    My experience with a XO type 2 medium and also short XO derailleur, XO crank with 28T bling ring, XT 11/34 cassette and KMC chain has not been so great. Works surprising well but when you least expect it you will drop your chain. Sometimes you can ride for hours with no drops, sometimes you will drop your chain 2 or 3 times in a ride. I am going to try the XX1 crankset next to see if that will cure this problem. Based on my experience I find it hard to believe anyone using a non type 2 derailleur is not dropping their chain unless they are riding very smooth trails.

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