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    For those with reverb and drivetrain axs, SRAM has a quick pairing video:
    https://youtu.be/8GWvHNs8TdY
    Start the long presses till blinking lights at derailleur, then shift controller, then reverb, then reverb controller, and a single press back at the derailleur to end the pairing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPenquinn View Post
    ... It needs to give more feedback to the rider...My guess is version two of this will include some form of HAPTICS to give more feedback. The cable system has a lot more feedback....
    That's one thing I never liked about electronic shifting riding Di2 and eTap. You click a little button and then it shifts. With mechanical, you're physically connected to and moving derailleurs. I'd didn't like the remote control aspect. Yeah, with actuators, electronics and software in the shifters and feedback from the derailleurs the haptics could be duplicated (kinda like fly-by-wire jets) but that's adding a heck of a lot of complexity. I realize this more than what you're asking for, which I believe is simply a tactile indication that the shift has occurred.
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    You click a little button and then it shifts
    Thats a problem?

    Seems to be similar to what is happening with enthusiast/sportscar gears. A few 'purists' harp on about the 'connection' a manual stick shift gearbox gives but, eventually, the vast majority buy paddle shift...

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    got out for my 1st ride on XO1 AXS today. I didn't use the matchmaker system, it made the controller hit my thumb so used the clamp and put it inside the brake lever. it shifts great and I only shifted the wrong way once. I reversed the paddles from the original configuration, this way feels more natural to me. Coming from 1X11, 30X10-42 and going to a 32X10-50 I am liking the extra climbing gear. I will give more after saturday's race and how it works while I'm racing and can't think straight. But as of now I'm liking it a lot and should be getting out on it all week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soban View Post
    Yes you can. This is what it looks like:

    Attachment 1250770

    I did this - the battery level. Worked like a charm. Thanks!
    Also see that it counts number of shifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Rager View Post
    That's one thing I never liked about electronic shifting riding Di2 and eTap. You click a little button and then it shifts. With mechanical, you're physically connected to and moving derailleurs. I'd didn't like the remote control aspect. Yeah, with actuators, electronics and software in the shifters and feedback from the derailleurs the haptics could be duplicated (kinda like fly-by-wire jets) but that's adding a heck of a lot of complexity. I realize this more than what you're asking for, which I believe is simply a tactile indication that the shift has occurred.
    That's one of my favourite features of di2 as I like the fact it moves enough to let you know you've pressed it but without needing the mechanical movement a normal shifter does which feels clumsy afterwards.
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    Three rides on mine and I’m in love with it. The shifting is so perfect and quick, I just love the experience. On one run I’m charging down a hill into a tight left, then uphill. Quickly shifting down is so satisfying and quick.

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    have anybody seen the reverb axs measurement drawings for frame fit check? should be close to old reverb but I don’t want to make any bad assumptions... haven’t found anything on rockshox website

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfa81 View Post
    have anybody seen the reverb axs measurement drawings for frame fit check? should be close to old reverb but I don’t want to make any bad assumptions... haven’t found anything on rockshox website
    An AXS reverb is the same length as a regular one for a given drop.

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    I have a Wahoo Bolt. I was able to get it to display the gear selection. I can either shown it graphically like the Garmin or a number. I have the graphic and found it very useful on the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogeydog View Post
    I have a Wahoo Bolt. I was able to get it to display the gear selection. I can either shown it graphically like the Garmin or a number. I have the graphic and found it very useful on the trail.

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    Picture please? Something like below?

    I'm wondering : can you specify in gear configuration that you are using 1x12, the front chainring size and the size of each rear cog?

    Using Electronic Shifting with the ELEMNT or BOLT :
    https://wahoofitness.yonyx.com/y/con...9-bc764e11d2f4

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    Quote Originally Posted by madskatingcow View Post
    Picture please?
    I can take one tonight.

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    UK Separates pricing released,

    Mech £670
    Shifter £200
    Upgrade kit (above, plus charger and battery) £975

    XX1 and X01 same price.

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    Haven't figured out battery level.

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    Great, thanks -

    Can you specify in gear configuration that you are using 1x12, the front chainring size and the size of each rear cog?

    Using Electronic Shifting with the ELEMNT or BOLT :
    https://wahoofitness.yonyx.com/y/con...9-bc764e11d2f4

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    Battery level is not existant. It's a complaint I've had for a while with the DI2.
    Wahoo REMOVED the DI2 battery level field a few years ago.

    If you click your left side button
    -scroll to whatever it shows on the component
    - "more"
    it should show battery life.
    On DI2, if your battery reaches 15% or lower, your screen will display an alert that your battery is low. Not sure how that will work for AXS, and it's multiple batteries.

    Looks like the graphial gear display works the same as with the Di2 though!0
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    Quote Originally Posted by madskatingcow View Post
    Great, thanks -

    Can you specify in gear configuration that you are using 1x12, the front chainring size and the size of each rear cog?

    Using Electronic Shifting with the ELEMNT or BOLT :
    https://wahoofitness.yonyx.com/y/con...9-bc764e11d2f4
    Yes

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    Thanks to this thread I didn’t even know my Garmin 520 could connect to my group. Now I can see what gear I’m in and what the battery level is. Awesome sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Howard View Post
    UK Separates pricing released,

    Mech £670
    Shifter £200
    Upgrade kit (above, plus charger and battery) £975

    XX1 and X01 same price.
    Have you got a link? I can't find this no matter how I search.
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    I've seen emails from the distributor. Speak to your LBS.

    I've preordered some stuff...

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    Universal cycles listed these items already, but not in stock. If you check their new arrivals.

    $200 USD for the shifter
    $700 or $710 for the rear derailleur.
    $1000 for the “upgrade kit” with battery charger shifter and derailleur.

    https://www.universalcycles.com/new_products.php

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    Sram Eagle AXS is finally here.

    Had my first ride with AXS today. I really like the ergonomics, think SRAM nailed it. I ran the “controllers” much lower than traditional shifters/remotes but that’s kinda due to the shape of the paddles. I never had a miss shift or shifted the wrong direction. I wouldn’t say it shifts better than my mech Eagle (maybe a tiny bit) but it’s way easier to shift. Just a blip of the thumb and the shift happened. Honestly, one of the huge benefits in my eyes is just getting rid of more cables. I like a quiet, simple bike. I guess it’s not that simple if I gotta recharge batteries but you get what I mean.




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    Quote Originally Posted by scyrway View Post
    Universal cycles listed these items already, but not in stock. If you check their new arrivals.

    $200 USD for the shifter
    $700 or $710 for the rear derailleur.
    $1000 for the “upgrade kit” with battery charger shifter and derailleur.

    https://www.universalcycles.com/new_products.php
    tks for the info! wondering when they are gonna have a charger available as well as extra batteries

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfa81 View Post
    tks for the info! wondering when they are gonna have a charger available as well as extra batteries
    It’s the same charger and battery as SRAM Red.

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