DI2 or Sram CX1

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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kolarzyk
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by kolarzyk

Tried both and stayed with CX1. It simply works better in real world of cyclocross.

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BeeSeeBee
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by BeeSeeBee

I'm running a 1x Di2 setup (Narrow/Wide + chain guide up front), have you considered going that route?

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by jmaccyd

No must admit single speed Di2 has;t crossed my mind. I;ll add that to the mix, thanks

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by wheelsONfire

Would you be better off using a chain-guide if you run Sram Force CX?
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by rasmussloth

wheelsONfire wrote:Would you be better off using a chain-guide if you run Sram Force CX?


That would be 99 % security instead of 97 %.

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