Fly like an Eagle.
Fly into the future of mountain bike performance with the GX Eagle Crankset GXP from SRAM. Designed for all-out performance on 1x mountain bikes, this crankset boasts the optimal stiffness-to-weight ratio, improved chain retention, smooth and effortless pedaling, and even shaves 60 grams off the previous version. Bringing an updated tooth design, the X-Sync 2 technology is engineered for complete chain control. Every pedal stroke is met with instantaneous power transfer, thanks to the aggressive teeth design and the 7000-series aluminum construction.
Accepting direct-mount chainrings, this GX Eagle Crankset comes with a 32T X-Sync 2 chainring pre-installed, providing a 500% gear range when paired with the GX Eagle cassette. Available in a variety of bottom bracket configurations to provide compatibility with a wide range of bicycles, this crankset features a [30mm spindle for compatibility with BB30 bottom brackets / 24/22mm spindle diameter for compatibility with GXP bottom brackets]. Of course, the GX Eagle Crankset is compatible with all Eagle drivetrain systems, and following in the pursuit of versatile compatibility, features versions with a 49mm chainline for traditional spacing, or 52mm chainline for Boost-spaced bikes.
- 7000 series aluminum crank arm construction.
- Updated X-Sync 2 Tooth Profile Technology provides better chain retention and smooth, efficient pedaling.
- 32-tooth direct mount chainring.
- 49mm Chainline for bike with traditional (non-Boost) spacing.
- 52mm Chainline for bikes with Boost spacing.
- 24/22mm spindle diameter for compatibility with GXP bottom brackets.
- Claimed weight: 610g-662g.
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Liked the 165mm option
by Deplorable Psycle
I have the same crankset on my enduro bike but kept hitting my cranks and Im 5 tall so opted to go with 165mm length. Overall good quality for price. I always had shimano cranks so had to research about installing them.
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