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What power meter will work with my Easton EC90 SL or Easton EA90 crankset?

There are several power meters that will work on an Easton EC90 SL or Easton EA90 crankset:

 

Left Crank Arm Power Meter

Stages Carbon for SRAM BB30 Power Meter

Stages Cycling makes a left side crank arm for Easton road CINCH cranksets. This power meter will replace your current left side crank arm and will measure left leg power. Please note you must also purchase a Stages C Spindle along with the power meter.

Stages Carbon for SRAM BB30 Power Meter

Stages Carbon for SRAM BB30 Power Meter

Please note, these power meters attach a sensor to the inside of the left crank arm. On some bikes, there is not enough room between the left crank arm and the chainstay for the sensor to clear the frame. Therefore, you should make sure you have at least 10 mm of clearance for Stages power meters. Also, please make sure that you don’t have a bottom bracket mounted rear brake (used on some aero and TT bikes). Please refer to the image below.

The clearance between the frame and left side power meter crank arm

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

 

Spider Power Meters

power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter

The power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter is our go to power meter for Easton road cranksets. It’s a superb power meter in that it’s accurate, extremely durable, measures the power from both legs, is reasonably priced and allows you to keep your current Easton crankset.

The power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter is compatible with the Easton EA90 aluminum or Easton EC90 SL carbon crankset.

power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter. 110 BCD

power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter

Pros: Moderately priced, VERY reliable, don’t have to change crankset, measures both legs
Cons: None

 

Power Meter Pedals

Power meter pedals can be installed on any crankset. We have several models to choose from.

Pros: Easy to install, works on any bike, can move from bike to bike, don’t have to change crankset
Cons: None

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