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SRAM X-Sync 2 Eagle 12-Speed Direct Mount Chainring


Item # SRM00AH

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  • Black, 30T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Black, 32T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Black, 34T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Black, 36T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Black, 38T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Gold, 30T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Gold, 32T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Gold, 34T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Gold, 36T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
  • Gold, 38T/6mm Offset ($99.00)
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Get in sync.

It’s no surprise that with the launch of its ground-breaking one-by 12-speed Eagle drivetrain, SRAM also introduces a reworking of its X-Sync chainrings. Building on the original X-Sync's renowned chain retention ability, the X-Sync 12-Speed Direct Mount Chainring changes things up with claims of even better chain control. As with the original design, each tooth is CNC-machined to support the chain's inner- and outer-link widths by providing a variable thickness from tooth-to-tooth, so the chain and chainring essentially lock together as you pedal and push away mud with ease.

The departure in design lies in the tooth shape. Where the original X-Sync teeth took on a boxy shape, X-Sync 2 is narrower to accommodate the 12-speed Eagle chain and features teeth that more closely resemble those of a shark. Boasting aggressive profiling, these teeth hold the chain securely in place like a megaton aquatic predator latching onto a precisely thrown oxygen tank, then let it to glide seamlessly back to the cassette for smooth, friction-free turns.

The beauty of this new profile isn't just in its chain retention ability. It mimics the wear profile seen in the original X-Sync teeth for increased durability, and it features specific edge shaping to prevent chain suck over time. The direct-mount interface also makes swapping out rings a breeze, giving quick flexibility to adapt to different shapes of terrain.

  • A one-by chainring for SRAM's new Eagle 12-speed groups
  • 6mm offset for ideal chainline with standard hubs
  • Updated tooth profile provides confident chain retention
  • Direct-mount interface makes changing rings a breeze

Tech Specs

Number of Rings:
30 t, 32 t, 34 t, 36 t, 38 t
Compatible Components:
SRAM Eagle 12-speed drivetrains, SRAM 11-speed drivetrains
Recommended Use:
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years
Actual Weight:
Black, 30T/6mm Offset: 64g; Gold, 32T/6mm Offset: 68g

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Run a large ring if you can

    Running a 34 on my tallboy and it barley clears. I enjoy pushing larger gears and would have probably gone with a 36 if I could fit it. Great ring so far, no complaints.

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    Grippy Teeth

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I actually really like the new design of the X-Sync chainring. Generally feels like the new tooth design clings onto the chain really well and helps prevent chain drop.

    Grips your chain like a Talon

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The updated X-Sync chainring is designed to grip your chain like Eagle talons on flesh.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The new X-Sync ring has been improved over the original and it shows. I used this on an XX1 11speed and it performs perfectly.

    will this chainring fits on my old XX1 BB30 crankset?
    THANK YOU!!!✌️️

    Hey Javier, yes this will have the same Sram direct mount pattern and as long as you had a direct mount, it will be compatible with your XX1 BB30 crankset. Let me know if you have any other questions and I'd be happy to help - feel free to reach me at 801.204.4547 or Cheers, Connor

    Will this ring mount to an XX1 11-speed crankset? Seems like it should but I wanted to confirm. Thanks.

    Hey Peter,

    Correct, you can mount this chainring on a XX1 GXP crankset! Feel free to reach out directly if you have any other questions about it and I'd be happy to help!