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What power meter for SRAM XX/X0 Eagle AXS T-Type Crankset?

If you have a fancy new SRAM XX/X0 Eagle AXS Transmission (T-Type) Crankset on your bike, you have a few nice power meter options. Let’s check them out!

Left Crank Arm Power Meter

SRAM X0 Eagle AXS Transmission Left Arm Power Meter

The SRAM X0 Eagle AXS T-Type Left Arm Spindle Power Meter is an easy way to add power to any X0 Eagle T-Type crankset. This power meter replaces your left crank arm and measures left leg power. The power meter gets 400+ hours of battery life from a lithium AAA battery and is fully compatible with SRAM’s Flight Attendant.

SRAM X0 Eagle AXS Transmission Left Arm Spindle Power Meter

SRAM X0 Eagle AXS Transmission Left Arm Spindle Power Meter

SRAM XX Eagle AXS Transmission Left Arm Spindle Power Meter

If you have a XX SL or XX Eagle AXS T-Type Crankset, you can buy this XX version. It’s very similar to the one above, but features SRAM’s top-of-the-line XX Eagle carbon fiber cranks.

SRAM XX Eagle AXS Transmission Left Arm Spindle Power Meter

SRAM XX Eagle AXS Transmission Left Arm Spindle Power Meter

Pros: Affordable (X0 version), easy to install, don’t have to change crankset
Cons: Measures left leg power only

 

Spider Power Meter

SRAM XX Eagle AXS Transmission Power Meter Spider

The SRAM T-Type Power Meter Spider is our go to power meter for SRAM XX/X0 Eagle AXS T-Type Cranksets. It’s accurate, extremely durable and unlike the power meters above, it measures power from both legs. It’s also reasonably priced at $483 (excluding chainrings).

SRAM XX Eagle AXS Transmission Power Meter Spider

SRAM XX Eagle AXS Transmission Power Meter Spider

 

Power Meter Pedals

MTB power meter pedals are also a great option as they can easily be installed on any MTB crankset and can be moved between bikes if necessary. We carry every option available including the Favero PRO MX, LOOK X-Track, Garmin Rally XC, SRM X-Power and SRM X-Power Flat Pedals.

Pros: Easy to install, works on any bike, can move from bike to bike, don’t have to change crankset
Cons: Some versions are pricey

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