Fine tuning YAW derailleur?

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jaup
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by jaup

Hi,

I have recently installed a SRAM YAW derailleur, which works really well. However the whole setup seems to be a process that requires starting from scratch and I realised that if I need to fine tune the derailleur I would have no idea.

Is there a way to fine tine this derailleur? As with a normal front derailleur you can just adjust the high and low limit screws

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Penthousepete
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by Penthousepete

Hi
I 've also got one, but I entrusted it to a mechanic to set up as I was having an SRAM Red Exogram crank fitted at the same time. It was the first time he'd fitted one, but it seems ok. Not much help for you in that I guess, but on the SRAM website I'm sure there is a video of how to do it.
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jaup
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by jaup

It's setup fine at the moment and wasn't really that hard. I was thinking further down the road or if it needed fine tuning whilst out one day.

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