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Quarq SRAM's Red AXS Road Power Meter Crankset DUB is a huge step forward in power meter design, giving riders the gearing they truly want and need. Shifting performance has been optimized by moving the range from the front of the drivetrain to the back, and creating a consistent 13-tooth gap across all variants of chainring duos. The crankset is designed specifically for electronic shifting, with Quarq's premier DZero power measurement technology fully integrated.
Features & Specs:
- Fully integrated power meter.
- Integrated chainring design.
- ANT+ and BLE.
- Power balance measures left and right legs separately.
- Power reading accuracy within +/-1.5%.
- Unique chainring shape.
- Carbon crank arms and aluminum chainrings.
- 45mm chain line.
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Reliable, repeatable way to measure fitness.
Redondo Beach, CA
After spending a month of research I finally jumped on the power meter bandwagon. As a data junkie I wanted a power meter that is reliable and could generate numbers (along with my Garmin head unit and HRM). Calibrating takes a couple seconds. The payoff comes when I return home and can do a quick peruse of the ride summary. I know it is a long term disposable spider design but as long as I stay on top of the chain wear it will give me years of service with just batteries to replace. If you are looking to build a project bike and have bought into the SRAM universe this is a no-brainer.
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