SRAM's latest innovation, the XX SL Eagle AXS Transmission groupset, sets the new standard for cross-country cycling performance. Designed to meet the needs of the most demanding riders in a lightweight configuration, the XX SL Transmission is the evolution of the XX Eagle AXS, a World Champion, and World Cup-winning system.
The XX SL Eagle Transmission derailleur is even more robust, thanks to SRAM's hangerless interface, and includes familiar technologies like the overload clutch and AXS pairing process. The XX SL Transmission cassette delivers the best-ever inboard and outboard shifting performance under load, thanks to its X-SYNC design that improves with harder pedaling. It is also the lightest Eagle cassette available.
The XX SL Transmission cranks are still the lightest ISO-certified crankset on the market, optimized for stiffness to deliver championship-level performance. The new XX SL Eagle Transmission (T-Type) direct mount chainring is specifically engineered to work seamlessly with the Eagle Transmission.
The XX SL Eagle Transmission Flattop chain features a unique flat top, maximizing shifting performance and durability while modernizing the look of your bike. The AXS Pod Ultimate controller provides a personalized experience for all AXS controls, with a "click and fire" two-button design that transforms rider inputs into a more intuitive and responsive experience.
With the XX SL Eagle AXS Transmission groupset, SRAM has created a system that delivers unmatched performance, reliability, and personalization for the most demanding riders.
Please visit the SRAM UDH Bike Finder to ensure that your bike is compatible with this SRAM Eagle Transmission groupset.
XX SL Groupset Includes:
|Hub:||Boost (148mm), SuperBoost (157mm)|
SRAM Eagle Transmission features a SRAM MTB WIDE crank with a 55mm chain line while using the Boost 148mm Over-Locknut Dimension hub standard. Eagle Transmission cassettes move outboard by 2.5mm to optimize for this wider, 55mm chain line. For bikes with SuperBoost 157mm hubs, a 55mm chain line crank can be used. For bikes with a 142mm hub spacing, a 52mm link crank must be used.
|Max Cassette Teeth:||52t|
|Cog Sizes 10-52t:||N/A|
|Freehub Interface:||SRAM XD|
DUB Wide bottom bracket not included
SRAM Eagle Transmission AXS Compatibility:
The SRAM XX SL Eagle Transmission AXS Groupset is compatible with the following:
|Frameset:||Any frame that fulfills the “UDH Specification” featuring a hanger-less interface can be upgraded. The SRAM UDH Bike Finder lists all UDH bikes that are compatible with Eagle Transmission.|
|Battery:||SRAM AXS Battery|
|Bottom Bracket:||SRAM DUB "Wide": BSA73, PF89.5, PF92, PF30 MTB73, BB30
MTB73, BSA MTB68SP
|Chain:||XX SL, XX, or X0 Eagle Transmission chains|
|Chainring:||XX SL, XX, or X0 Eagle Transmission chainring|
|Cassette:||XX SL, XX, or X0 Eagle Transmission cassette|
|Controller:||AXS POD Controller, AXS Pod Ultimate Controller|
|Crankset:||XX SL, XX, or X0 Eagle Transmission cranksets|
|Freehub:||SRAM XD compatible freehubs|
|PowerLock:||Eagle Transmission PowerLocks only|
|Rear Derailleur:||XX SL, XX, or X0 Eagle Transmission rear derailleur|
SRAM Eagle Transmission is not compatible with previous-generation Eagle components. However, Eagle Transmission T-Type chainrings are backward compatible with Eagle chains, so they can be used on the current Eagle drivetrains. Non-T-Type Eagle chainrings will not work with Eagle Transmission chains.
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