SRAM S900 Cranksets

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Product Description

The new SRAM S900 offers an option between the SRAM Rival OCT and the SRAM Force Crankset. The S900 utilizes a new unidirectional carbon crank arm with a forged alloy spider. The SRAM S900 includes our proven Power-Glide chainrings and GXP BB system. It comes in full-size and compact ratios and in multiple crank arm lengths.

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Sram S900 / S950 + Q Rings

I have decided to get a SRAM S900 / S950 crankset for my Cervelo S5, since the adapter for GXP is still not available. But I have a few questions on this: What is the difference between S900 and S950? I have not been able to find any real information on this anywhere Is it possible to fit oval ... Read More »

Sram S900 Cranks

I'm looking at building up a Quarq with these cranks, but was just curious about a few things. The Sram website was not too informative about the differences between the GXP and BB30 options with this crank. Other than the 30mm spindle vs 24mm spindle, are there any visual or weight differences b ... Read More »

Sram s900/950

I'm interested in this non-series crank from SRAM. Does anybody have experience with them? I've been trying to find an exploded diagram of the crank but haven't been successful. Saw a couple on ebay but it looked like there were some parts missing, just wanted to verify.Read More »

2011 R3, SRAM S900 crankset, 50x34 to 53x39

Hi guys, I am picking up my 2011 R3 Rival in a couple days and I am disappointed that comes with a compact crankset. I am not too concerned on the quality of the SRAM S900, it looks decent, maybe a bit heavy but I don't care to spend a fortune on a Rotor 3D+. So, how can I change from 50x34 t ... Read More »

SRAM Crankset S900 / Force?

Does anybody know what the difference between these two cranksets is? They are both carbon, yet they look visibly different. SRAM advertises the S900 as being between Rival and Force yet Taylor Phinney chose the S900 for his Trek when he could have used Force or even Red if he wanted.Read More »

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