SRM PM9 Shimano MTB Power MeterOctober 17, 2023
$1,299.00 – $1,374.00
Pro-level power meter for your Shimano MTB direct mount crankset!
SRM PM9 Shimano MTB Power Meter
If you are looking for the ultimate power meter for your Shimano MTB crankset, look no further! The SRM PM9 Shimano MTB Power Meter brings SRM’s world–renowned power measurement to your Shimano direct mount crankset. Completely sealed from the elements, the SRM power meter can be used in the nastiest, muddiest conditions without fail. The power meter is accurate to 1.0%, features a rechargeable battery and is available in a 104 BCD spider design for rings ranging from 32-38T.
Key Product Details
This SRM Shimano power meter is compatible with Shimano MTB direct mount cranksets using a 1x chainring. This includes the M9100, MT900-1, M8100, M7100, M6100, MT610 and MT510. Regarding chainrings, it requires a 104 BCD 4-bolt MTB chainring (which is different than the direct mount chainrings found on many Shimano MTB cranksets). If you do not already have a 104 BCD 4-bolt chainring, you can purchase one with the power meter on this page. See Compatibility tab for more information.
This SRM power meter measures power at the spider and is therefore able to measure power from both legs.
Dual-leg power measurement, accurate to +/- 1.0%, 100 hours of battery life, rechargeable battery, left/right power balance, ANT+ and Bluetooth compatibility. See Specs tab for more information.
Advice From Our Staff:
We really like this SRM Shimano MTB power meter. It measures power from both legs, is accurate and reliable. Having said that, it competes with our power2max Shimano MTB power meters which are similar power meters, but are a bit more affordable. If you are an SRM fan, you’ll like this unit. Otherwise, you might give the power2max a try (also a great unit) and you will save some money.
While not listed as an option above, you can bundle the SRM PM9 Origin Power Meter with a SRM PC8 Bike Computer. When you do, you get $249 off the standard price of the PC8. Please contact us if you would like this option.
Crankset: The SRM Power Meter for Shimano is compatible with Shimano MTB direct mount cranksets such as the M9100 series, MT900-1, M8100 series, M7100 series, M6100 series, MT611-1, MT610 and MT510.
Chainrings: This power meter requires a 104 BCD 4-bolt MTB chainring (which is different than the direct mount chainrings found on many Shimano MTB cranksets). If you do not already have a 4-bolt chainring, you can order one with the power meter on this page.
If you purchase a new chainring with your power meter, we will bolt it on to your power meter before shipping, which will make installation that much easier when you get it.
SRM PM9 Shimano MTB Specs
|Name||SRM Shimano MTB Power Meter|
|Location of Power Measurement||Spider|
|Left or Both Legs Measured||Both|
|Independent Left/Right Measurement||Yes - Power Balance|
|Installation||More involved (60 min. estimated)|
|Speeds||11- or 12-speed|
|Chainline Spacing||Boost and Standard|
|Communication Protocol||ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART|
|Claimed Accuracy||+/- 1.0%|
|Active Temperature Compensation||Yes|
|Battery Life||100 hours|
|Method of Cadence Measurement||Accelerometer|
|BCD||104 mm 4-bolt|
|Q Factor||145.5 mm|
In the Box
- SRM PM9 Power Meter
- Chainring if purchased
- SRM USB Charger Cable
- SRM PC8 Cycling Computer (if purchased)
- Handlebar mount (if SRM PC8 is purchased)
Tools Needed for Installation
You will need the following tools for installation of this product. You can purchase many of these commonly used tools in our store.
For Shimano XTR 9100
- 8 mm Allen key
- Shimano Direct Mount Lock Ring Tool
For Shimano XT 8100/Shimano SLX 7100
- 5 mm Allen key
- Shimano Direct Mount Lock Ring Tool
- Shimano Crank Arm Cap Tool
Common Questions and Answers
Question: Can my SRM PM9 power meter store ride data?
- Yes! The SRM PM9 Power Meter is capable of having rides, torque data, heart rate and core body temperature stored on the circuit board and downloaded to a .fit file. For more information please see our FAQ: Can my SRM PM9 power meter store ride data?