Here you go - gear ratios for XX1, and comparable 2x10 ratios. Won't cover all, but you can calc from there.Yes. I like it. Very quiet. Shifts well.
After my ride yesterday, I think whatever I wind up with will need especially low gears. I could have used something lower than the lowest I had at times. I'll have to run the numbers to see how low you can go with XX1. Several climbs in excess of 22%.
Use a gear ratio/inches calc then - I use BikeCalc.com - Bicycle Gear Ratio Chart, but it rounds to the 10th place. Fairly close though. 3x9 is usually 22x34 as the lowest, or at least it used to be, so it's going to be roughly equivalent to 24x36 or 28x42.Have seen that. My current mtb is 3x9, anyway. Nice try.
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Or you could do the calculation yourself. Don't forget the only important figures are the highest and lowest gear ratio.Here you go - gear ratios for XX1, and comparable 2x10 ratios. Won't cover all, but you can calc from there.
Gear Ratios: Comparing 2×10 versus 1×11 Mountain Bike Drivetrains
Nonsense. People want to help you right now. Later when you need help and nobody is around, we dont wanna hear you begging then. /sarcasmI know how to do the calcs. I just need to sit down, do them, and make comparisons. I'm not going to be in the market for a new drivetrain for awhile, so doing them now is a very low priority.