Sram eTap cranksets

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
mattinnc
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by mattinnc

I ended up getting a Red 10sp crankset, non-Exogram. Here are the weights, with and without the chainrings.

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I'll keep looking to see if I can find an Exogram at the right price, save the weight! ;)

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jbattermann
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by jbattermann

nickf wrote:I know our supplier has them in stock through the shop I'm at. Mine are 172.5 110bcd the SRAM part number is
00.6118.446.002 their description says its exogram but it is in fact not.


Did you need any spacers/washers on the drive side when installing them? Just wondering as I got the exact same model today.. and having problems with them in regards to chainring bolt(s) rubbing against the frame (see viewtopic.php?f=3&t=146462)

Samklee15
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by Samklee15

Does anyone happen to know the weight difference between the Sram Red Dzero power meter cranks and a standard sram red exogram crankset?

jlok
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by jlok

This is Red DZero GXP Compact 175mm

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uraz
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by uraz

Original Sram RED and RED22 (exogram, hidden bolt, integrated carbon spider, BB30/PF30 only) weights 356g (arms, preload adjuster, 30 mm spindle, 110 BCD spider).

Sram RED22 (also sold as force 22, quarq and s900) with removable spider wheights 461g (arms, 30 mm spindle, preload ajuster, spacers for BB30/PF30) + 56 g for 110 BCD spider and bolts - total 517 g. It's exogram (hollow arms) and has a fake hidden bolt (it is hidden behind an arm but is not screwed directly into arm as in original RED crankset). Also spindle is longer so you can use it with BB/PF30 and/or BB30A, BBRight, BB386Evo.

Samklee15
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Joined: Wed Jun 01, 2016 11:18 pm

by Samklee15

Awesome, thanks for the info guys.

Y26
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Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2013 8:44 am

by Y26

Thanks for the info as I am reading up on the Sram cranksets.

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