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Stylo GXP a good crank?

Old 07-13-19, 02:18 PM
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Stylo GXP a good crank?

Hi guys,

I have a Niner SIR9 2009 single speed that I'm converting over to a BMX cruiser and it currently has a Stylo GXP crank. I have an SRAM Omnium crank on on another bike and was thinking of swapping them. Is it worth it in your opinion?
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Old 07-13-19, 06:38 PM
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It's really a wash. If you can do the work yourself, switch 'em out and see what you think. You may lose 20 minutes of your life in the process.
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Omniums are track cranks so no real small chainrings. The smallest I have seen is vintage campy at 41t and the new stuff of quality is usually 44t sometimes I have seen a 42t. If you don't plan on going smaller it is fine but otherwise I would keep the stylo. Either way I am not a fan of SRAM cranks.
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