SRAM X1 Component Group

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $1066.00

Product Description

From SRAM X1 comes the integrated drivetrain engineered in Germany for every rider and every trail. The simple, smart and synchronized design delivers confidence in the face of any terrain—from cross-country racing to all-mountain adventure. With our super-wide 10-42 gear range and multiple chain ring options, it’s the universal drivetrain for experienced or new-to-the-trail riders. Featuring our X-SYNC™ chain rings, optimized MINI CLUSTER™ cassette and dependable X-HORIZON™ rear derailleur, X1 puts the power of the SRAM 1X philosophy into every ride.

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Shredmonkey

Date Reviewed: August 27, 2014

Strengths:    Smooth shifting, quiet, no dropped chains

Weaknesses:    Expensive, currently few choices for rings with a 94mm BCD 4 bolt.
X-sync rings are pricey.

Bottom Line:   
Short term review: This group set came on a new bike so I didn't purchase it but it was a big selling point.
My first 1x11 experience has been phenomenal so far. The bike shifts smooth and the chain is dead silent except for a little rub on my chain guide when I'm on the 42T cog. No dropped chains at this point either. Only a handful of rides so far but I'm very impressed. My cranks came with a 34T ring which was a little to much for me on the really steep climbs so I'll soon be swapping it for a 32T.

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Favorite Trail:   Colorado trail

Duration Product Used:   3 weeks

Similar Products Used:   Shimano SLX

Bike Setup:   2015 specialized Enduro Elite

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X1 11 Speed Cassette

The item is on back order at chain reaction cycles but I just ordered for 223 shipped with coupon code comp. Cheapest I could find and couldn't have come at a better time since I just bent and broke a tooth on the 42. Sent from my VS985 4G using TapatalkRead More »

New SRAM X1 vs XX1/XO1?

A buddy got a new SC Tallboy labled as an XO1 build and I noticed the rr der is an X1. How do these derailleurs differ to the two "higher end" models? Wondering if it's worth the savings not going with them. What about cassettes, does the X1 come in a smaller range cassette, say a 10/36t? Thinkin ... Read More »

Giant Trance x1 29er 2013, rear shock issue and or question! help!

Hello everyone! I bought a 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] hand Trance X1 29er from 2013 (size S), which has the Float CTD Performance Boost Valve shock, and I also have a Cannondale which has the Float CTD Performance which [U][B]DOESNT have the Boost Valve[/B][/U], the one in the cannondale clearly differentiate ... Read More »

XX1/XO1/X1 Trigger shifter assembly help

I'm having trouble re-assembling my trigger shifter for my X1 (supposedly the same assembly as XX1 & X01). Anyone have pics or tips? Nothing good off SRAM manuals or parts lists. A spring got slightly bent so it may need a fully replacement but I'm trying to avoid that.Read More »

Advice pls, upgrade stock Raidon X1

Afternoon all... After a bit of advice on an upgrade for the stock Suntour Raidon X1's on my Voodoo Hoodoo. I am down on the South Coast and spend all my time on the South Downs Way, so XC is very much my pursuit. Having not ever ridden anything but my Hoodoo I have nothing to compare against b ... Read More »

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