Hello, anyone has tryed this kit, for the after 2017 shifter?
Or could be cheap and just group buy a single unit, then send it to someone with a 3d printer to copy and share at cost price?
I was under the impression that 11t-17t was the widest range for some reason. A 3-speed shifter plus 10 to 18t would be great.
Presumably you need the whole kit to reach the 10t to 18t range?
I have a 11/14/19 and no problem going to the bigger cog.
Just "eats" a little the triangle.
The problem is that ir does stops in the 14 cog. Goes from 11 to 19, that's why I need the 2 shifter converti on in to 3.
Will post updates.
That's interesting. Did you just put 9 or 10 speed cogs and chain on?
Are the BP kits just stock 9/10 speed parts plus the shifter mod? I don't get why they are so expensive.
Well i have bought one integrated 19/14/11 cog. I have a 10 speed chain.
Yes it is a little expensive. The integrated cog was 50 eur.
Is the drive train a lot quieter too?
The stock 2L drivetrain is very noisy I find.
That's because the pins of the chain abrade the plastic dork disk when running in the lower gear. Cut away the disc (leaving just the centre, as that is required as a spacer) and it'll run much quieter. Silent, in fact.
I dont notice any noise change.
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