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    Anybody have a crank arm power meter on their Scott Genius/Similar? I'm looking at adding a power meter to my '18 Genius 700 tuned and looking at Stages and 4iiii but both indicate that you need around 10mm of clearance between the crank arm and chainstay. I've got an ultegra stages meter on my road bike and the power meter part only adds about 5.5-6mm (which would fit) but I don't have 10mm of clearance on the Genius.
    For reference I've got XTR 9120 cranks

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    Still hunting for anybody who's installed a PM on their genius!

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    If that doesn't work you could use a Race Face/Easton power meter spindle. Obviously it would be a different crankset but it is an option. Sorry I don't have info on the stages clearance other than to say that you need enough to account for flex of the crank arm as well as small rocks to pass through without damaging the chainstay.

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