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    Ibis Hakka Mx power meter? Which fit?

    Due to the chain stay which power meters will work on the MX. Running a cadence sensor is a tight fit.

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    a spider power meter like quarq or power2max would fit if you have chainstay clearance problems

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    Running a Power2Max NG Eco in mine, no problems.

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    What cranks are you running?

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    Praxis Zayante. Same bolt pattern as SRAM 3-bolt.

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    Thanks. Trying to find something that will replace my Shimano 2x crankset and keeping the same bottom bracket. Bike is new so I would like to avoid buying a new one

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    Power2Max offers rotor cranks with the same spindle/bb compatible with Shimano for like 600 USD

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    Total noob here but can you run a 2x drivetrain with that power2max crank set? I'm going to be building my Hakka from the ground up and I'm planning to run shimano 2x11 drive train. 48/31T front chain rings and 11-34t cassette

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    I think the smallest ring you can run without interfering with the power meter is a 34. So standard compact doubles would work fine. I also think that a 34 is the minimum chainring size allowed on the Hakka due to the dropped stay, but I'm not sure it that's applicable to 1x only. Email Ibis to verify that.

    Edit: Quick google "The max single chainring for the Hakka MX is a 48t. The minimum is a 34t. The Hakka is also compatible with the following double chainring combinations: 53/39, 50/34, 46/36, 52/36."

    So even without a power meter, you'd run into problems trying to run a 31T. I thik you'll find that true on a lot of gravel bikes with the dropped stay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilRob View Post
    Thanks. Trying to find something that will replace my Shimano 2x crankset and keeping the same bottom bracket. Bike is new so I would like to avoid buying a new one
    Stages offers Ultegra and Dura Ace right side power meters that fit the Hakka (I have one and some of the Ibis team riders are also on this setup. You can do 1 x with a Wolf Tooth ring as well.

    Factory Install is $299 in the US but currently on hold due to COVID.

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