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Absolute Black OVAL SRAM 94BCD Chainring Narrow Wide OV94BK
Absolute Black OVAL SRAM 94BCD Chainring Narrow Wide
Sram 94BCD Oval traction chainrings are designed for Sram X01, X1 and GX cranks. They feature exactly same oval shape as our other Absolute Black oval chainrings.
Size (Mass +/-1g):
30T (43g), 32T (48g), 34T (55g)
Sram X01, X1, GX and other cranks that use 94bcd spacing
cnc machined 7075 Txxx Aluminum. Long-lasting construction!
type II anodizing
4 x 94mm. Holes are threaded for M8 regular crank "double" bolts.
Optimized to each size separately. Range: 10-14% and Timing of 110-116° after TDC (top dead center)
All 3 sizes have built-in M8 threaded standoffs to provide the ideal 1X chainline. They improve stock Sram chainline by 1mm. You will require longer than stock bolts.
What size should I choose?
* 30T Oval chainring has an ovality of 28/32T and is best for someone who uses currently 28 or 30T round ring.
* 32T oval ring will suit best someone who uses 31 or 32T chainring currently. While pedaling, you will feel quite similar effort to the one riding round 31T ring ( the smallest diameter of the oval is 30T), but you will gain the speed similar to riding 33/34T chainring.
* 34T Oval chainring has an ovality of 32/36T and is best for someone who uses currently 33 or 34T round ring.
It is ideal for 1x 9/10/11 and Singlespeeds. Oval (elliptical) chainring does not compromise the work of clutch mechanism in rear derailleur(video at the bottom). It also does not require chain tensioner when using in singlespeed application. Riding out of saddle on the uphill will become more pleasant.
How to mount 94bcd Absoluteblack oval chainring:
There is a small mark (triangle shaped) on the inner circumference of the chainring.
This mark Must sit behind the crank arm.