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eliflap-scalpel
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by eliflap-scalpel

a friend from a city close to Florence did this trick

http://eliflap.it/2015/04/18/12-velocita-da-prato/

he rode in 4 months many kms, on his trainings and races too with no issues.
http://eliflap.it/

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by CulBaire

I am interested to know how he got the extra cog to fit on the freehub, have you any more details?

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by eliflap-scalpel

the 44T cog is made from ARI BIKE and it is made as spare for a stock 42T Sram XX cog.

in this case, it's only placed at the end of the XD body.

it comes with 2 spacers, not used in this case

the XX1 cassette is placed in the XD body, screwed a bit less as usual.

on a 135mm hub this tuning won't fit. it requires a 142mm hub.

you need to remove H and L limit screws from RD.

you need to remove stop on the X01 shifter.
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by kenz76

I love this custom stuff! well done.
the evolution must continue... :)

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by freeriderxy

Nice job. :)

But question is, if is realy necessery for 12 speed cassette?!

It's much heavy,and on this big sprocket the chain will have a very short life.
BE a bike raider ,NOT a net surfer!

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