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The White Jeff W
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Pretty much identical to the X9 cranks I got from Merlin a few months ago. I checked out the specs on the SRAM website and the only difference I see is that the S1400 is 9 grams heavier. Im guessing the difference is the chainrings. Removable spider for 1X set up. When I got the shipping notice I was surprised to see the seller is actually Transition Bikes

SRAM S1400 Crankset 175mm 38 24T 73mm GXP | eBay


S1400 - SRAM S1400 2X10 | SRAM

X9 - TRUVATIV X9 10-Speed Crankset | SRAM


Scheduled Delivery Date: Wednesday, 04/30/2014

Shipment 1
Tracking Number: 1ZE13A130378914xxx
Shipper: TRANSITION BIKES

Approximate Delivery Time: between 12:15 PM and 4:15 PM
UPS Service: UPS Ground
 

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The White Jeff W
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Got mine today. Looks good except it didn't come with bottom bracket spacers. I had some from another crank so no biggie.

Weight is spot on Sram's claimed 890g with BB. I removed the spider & chainrings and bolted on a North Shore Billet 26t ring. Weight dropped to 740g, which is XX/X0 territory. Not bad for $150 bucks (crank + ring).

They threw some Transition stickers in the box, too. :thumbsup:
 

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So, could you run a 1x11 setup with this crankset using the northshore billet 1x11 spider for an X9 crankset or a wolftooth direct mount chainring?
 

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Hmmm... Intriguing. Of course I just replaced both of my PF BB's recently and neither are compatible with GXP cranks.
 
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