EDIT: The answer is no. You'll have to replace the hub altogether, but the good news is that the hubs should be similar enough that you can reuse your spokes.
I have a feeling that the answer will end up being "Lace 'em up with better hubs!" but I promised my wallet I'd ask anyway:
I have a wheel with a Novatec F372SB, and I'm looking to upgrade to 11s in the near future. From what I can tell (Novatec sucks at giving you details), all new Novatec hubs with the Shimano freehub are 11s compatible, older ones obviously aren't. Does anybody know how I can get my hands on a new 11s compatible Novatec freehub?
Based on their site, I've been able to figure this much out:
F172SB is the Shimano version of the hub.
F272SB is the Campy version of the hub.
So what is F372SB? Is that their 3-in-1 universal freehub? As long as the rest of the hub is the same as the F172SB, replacing the freehub should work just fine, yes?
Edit: Made some progress and found this: http://novatecusa.net/wp-content/upload ... -02-08.pdf
" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; Looks like all I need is a new Tpye-A freehub. Now it's a matter of finding one...