SRAM X-SYNC™ Direct Mount Chainrings
Make SRAM 1x™ even better with the simplicity of the new SRAM X-SYNC™ Direct Mount chainring. Engineered in Germany, the new Direct Mount rings bring lighter weight and greater simplicity to XX1, X01, X1-1400, and GX-1400 cranksets. SRAM’s Direct Mount rings give riders the perfect opportunity for a serious upgrade.
- Fully CNC AL rings
- X-SYNC™ technology
- Lighter weight than spider version (~25-50g depending on size)
- Sizes: 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40
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Some variations of this product featured on this page are not available for purchase and are installed on bicycles as original equipment only. See your dealer for details.
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Specifications for SRAM X-SYNC™ Direct Mount Chainrings
|Weight||61g (26t), 66g (28t), 68g (30t), 71g (32t), 76g (34t), 91g (36t), 101g (38t), 119g (40t). Weights are based off GXP® BB|
|Material||Fully CNC Aluminum|
|Ratios||Available in 26-, 28-, 30-, 32-, 34-, 36-, 38-, or 40-tooth|
|Recommended Group||XX1, X01, X1, and GX compatible|
SRAM X-SYNC™ 1x chain rings provide the highest level of performance and durability. The SRAM X-SYNC™ tall square teeth edges engage the chain earlier than traditional triangle shaped teeth. The sharp and narrow tooth profile, as well as rounded chamfer edges, help manage a deflected chain. To provide the best possible performance in muddy conditions, the X-SYNC™ chain rings have been designed with mud-clearing recesses for the inner chain links and rollers. Engineered in Germany, X-SYNC™ rings are an integral part of the SRAM 1x™ drivetrain.
Documents Available for SRAM X-SYNC™ Direct Mount Chainrings
The German Enduro Magazine published a long-term test about the SRAM 1x11 drivetrain. With each of these group sets having ticked off several thousand kilometers on their test fleet, they thought it was time to see how they were faring. The 1x11 drivetrains have been out on all terrains for serious testing - from the Bavarian mountains to the flowing trails around Stuttgart, and not forgetting the filthy wet lines of Scotland