Sram Force AXS

Condition Brand new
Brand SRAM
Posted 3 days ago
Category Groupset
Price RM 8,300.00
Intended Use Road
Gear Count 12 speed

What is the difference between SRAM Red eTap AXS and SRAM Force eTap AXS?
The new Force eTap AXS groupset shares the same motors as RED, as well as the faster signal transfer and the new more powerful chipset.

To make the group more affordable, some of RED eTap AXS’s other bells and whistles have been stripped back.

The biggest difference comes with the chainset. RED’s elaborate — and expensive — one-piece X-Dome design has been replaced by two separate rings and a more traditional spider-based connection between chainrings and cranks.

The power meter option (based on sister brand Quark’s D-Zero technology) is also spider-mounted rather than integrated into the direct-mount chainrings.

The options on the Force chainset have also been reduced. For a 2x system, you get 48-35 (with a similar, but wider range than an 11-speed 52/36) and 46-33 (with a similar, but wider range than an 11-speed 50/34). RED gets the 50-37 option — closest to a 53/39.

For a 1x system, there are 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and an aero 48t ring options. But, as with RED eTap AXS, you can mix and match Force with SRAM’s new AXS eTap range for mountain bikes. So, if you fancy a Franken-drivetrain, that’s a real possibility.

The crank arms are similar in shape, but whereas RED features SRAM’s latest Exogram technology for superlight, hollow carbon arms, Force uses a more modest (though still light) solid carbon construction.

News
Wireless shifting for the masses — SRAM Force eTap AXS is here
SRAM tackles Shimano’s Ultegra Di2 head-on with its new wireless 12-speed Force eTap AXS groupset

By Warren Rossiter

SRAM has today launched Force eTap AXS — a cheaper alternative to its premier 12-speed wireless RED eTap AXS groupset that was released a few months ago. The new groupset takes direct aim at the dominance of Shimano’s Ultegra Di2 groupset.


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SRAM Force eTap AXS | Cheaper 12 Speed Wireless Shifting Is Here
What is the difference between SRAM Red eTap AXS and SRAM Force eTap AXS?
The new Force eTap AXS groupset shares the same motors as RED, as well as the faster signal transfer and the new more powerful chipset.


The Force eTap AXS rear mech uses the same motors and chipset as RED, and performs just as well


The Force chainset in both 2x and 1x has a Quarq D-Zero-based power meter option
The Force chainset in both 2x and 1x has a Quarq D-Zero-based power meter option
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Force eTap AXS gear numbers
The new gear numbers look like this:

X-Range Traditional X-Range Traditional
48/35 52/36 46/33 50/34
10-28 11-28 10-33 11-32

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